Cruise review of P&O Adonia

greendoor0 Adonia 4 Disappointed
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Adonia a great little ship that feels all the bumps compared to her sisters,crew at all levels are excellent,we had a problem with the toilet flush it was being repaired before I put the phone down great. Now the not so great we found the food in the lunch buffet very repetitive you could almost guess what was going to be in each tray, sitting was a free for all and totally inadequate at busy times,we had to report that the yogurts in the chilled cabinets where 2 weeks out of date that's a first for us, The crows nest is a nice forward bar and quiet seating relaxing area someone in there wisdom put the deck quoits and skittles directly above on a metal deck the sound below is like sitting in a building site. Choice of ports all excellent except Casablanca, P&O should stop going there it is too dangerous the pavements are busted and broken and if spitting in the street was added to the Olympics they would take gold, we watched people arriving in town on the shuttle bus and not even getting off choosing to go straight back to the ship. Entertainment guest speakers and artists very good, but the ships resident theatre company would not get past the first round of Britain's got talent please turn the sound down.
  • Sail Date: December 2011
  • Destination: Canary Islands
  • Embarkation: Other
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Published 01/07/13
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