Mansions and Museums: Boudicca Cruise Review by LandC
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Mansions and Museums
The ship underwent a refit last year, and we found it to be light, airy and spacious. The food in the restaurants is good, and the service throughout the ship is of a high standard.. We liked the new coffee bar, but didn't try the outdoor Grill restaurant. N. B.there is a supplement for eating in this restaurant, which started at £15 per person, then was reduced to £10 per person after a couple of days!
Entertainment was of a high standard, with a comedian and an international flautist, Stephen Clark, as well as the ship's company. More The port lectures given by Hazel Griffiths were very useful, and its possible to visit all the ports without having to take the ship's tours if you wish. There were also some interesting lectures given by Mick Dawson about his successful trip across the North Pacific in a rowing boat.
This was our first cruise on the Boudicca, and we thoroughly enjoyed it! Less
Cabin review: 4076
Porthole cabin with plenty of storage. Small bathroom with bath and shower over. The beds were made up as a double, so space was quite tight around the bed area. Will ask for "L" shaped formation next time.