Red Sea magic cruise: Thomson Celebration Cruise Review by marie cade
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Red Sea magic cruise
Destination: Middle East
The ports that you dock at are not the best they are just used for industry so can be noisy but you do get used to it and it did not spoil it for us. The weather we had was lovely and warm but you have to be very careful when you are at sea as it can be windy and we did get burnt on the first day because we did not use enough suncream.
There is a large selection of shore excursions that you can do some of which are more value for money than others.
They are very laid back with the dress style on a evening but if you want to dress up you wont look out of place.
All in all we had a fantastic trip and we cant wait to do another of the Thomson cruises. Less
Cabin review: 616
we were in cabin 616 which was at the front of the ship so it was very quiet. the cabin was spacious with plenty of wardrobe space. the bed was very comfy to sleep on but on occasions you could hear people in the room next to you if they had the TV on etc.
Port and Shore Excursions
this was an industrial port but very quiet and clean but nothing special to look at as you would expect