Ventura Cruise Review by holiday addict: Transatlantic Ventura
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We left from Southampton had 3 days at sea then arrived in Madeira.This was followed by another 5 days at sea to then arrive in the BVI Tortola .Each day then in another island, Antigua, St Lucia, Grenada and finally ending in Barbados.We had at cabin B 755 overlooking the stern which was fabulous watching the wake of the ship and star gazing at night.
The ship was very busy , 3000+ clients, so sometimes there were not enough seats to watch the show in the Arena theatre so some people had to finish 2nd sitting dinner early in order to get a seat. The sunbeds were incerdibly close together in som eplaces but there were probably enough, not all in the shade though. The Captains cocktail party was a farce as it was held in the Atrium so ther were 1500 peole attending .I did not speak to anyone as it was so squished , you could hardly hold your drink, so I didn't think that was very well planned.
The trips we went on in Tortola and Antigua and Grenada were all very goo More and value for money and in St Lucia, we found a tour on this website who were excellent. Weather was hot ,showers at times but soon disappeared.Fodd was very good and waiters were excellent and we had a great time. Less
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Cabin review: Ventura Outside Twin with Balcony and Shower B Deck B755
B 755 stern balcony cabin.Very spacious plenty of hanging space.Bathroom good and shower worked well. Cabin boy Sadashiv was great and he made towel animals for us on 2 occasions!Balcony very large-big enough to have sunbed extended.