Each week, we choose five cruise reviews written by our members, one of which is showcased as the Member Review of the Week. In the spotlight this week is Cruise Critic member cricketts‘ recent cruise to the Western Caribbean aboard Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas. Overall Impression: Navigator of the Seas felt like the [...]
The itinerary – which included first-time visits to Gibraltar, Sardinia, Sicily and Naples – first drew history buff and Cruise Critic member teecee60 to his transatlantic cruise aboard Celebrity Silhouette. A Celebrity regular, he was also looking forward to his first sailing as an Elite member.
“For my wife and myself, Crystal Cruises is similar to a fine wine that keeps getting better and better with each passing year,” Cruise Critic member Keith1010 proclaimed, following his 120-plus-day journey aboard Crystal Serenity. From chilly January to balmy May, Keith1010 and his wife called the 68,000-ton, 1,070-passenger ship home.
Seven nights of serenity, smiles and reminiscing made up z51red and his wife’s first cruise aboard Disney Fantasy. Many people tend to pin Disney as appealing primarly to kids, but for these 60-somethings, the ship had just the right balance of fun for everyone.
The designs seemed so outlandish, and “anytime dining” sounded confusing and difficult. Those were reasons Cruise Critic member pauldixon and his wife hadn’t sailed with Norwegian Cruise Line, until they received an incentive they couldn’t pass up. But with meticulous planning, the couple turned their “free” cruise aboard Norwegian Pearl into an escapade they could enjoy.
Nine years ago, Cruise Critic member Shayna20 stepped onto Caribbean Princess for the first time. When she returned to the ship this past Easter season, she found it just as enjoyable as she remembered. Traveling with two other couples, Shayna20 and her husband, both Platinum members with Princess, flew in early to ensure a swift embarkation, although [...]
Beautiful, modern and pristine is how Cruise Critic member mld685 described Celebrity Reflection when she boarded the ship with her Aqua Class welcome mimosa in hand. Prepped with information from other member reviews, she came onboard with an eager attitude and open mind. Surprisingly enough, areas that other people had considered “iffy” turned out to [...]
“If you’ve thought it would be fun to stand barefoot on the deck of a sailing ship, with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face and the sails popping overhead… you’re right.” That’s how member ttisdale responded to his recent cruise aboard Island Windjammers‘ Sagitta. He and his wife had yearned [...]« go back — keep looking »