Thomson Majesty Cruise Review by bjao: Magical..
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HI Two week back to back cruise from Corfu. Aegean and Adriatic seas. Wow, wonderful places to visit. The sail ins and away were so magical. Croatia, Montenegro and of course Venice were so beautiful. The classical singing on the sail away from Venice was brilliant. That was only the first week. Week two we visited, Crete, Bodrum and Kusadasi in Turkey and Athens and Kalamata in Greece. All, very good ports of call, we had never been to Turkey before, and were so impressed, already looking for a week or two holiday there, and are also hoping to revisit Croatia.
The Majesty is a splendid ship, not a top class luxury liner but very comfortable, very friendly, with excellent staff in all departments. We booked an outside plus cabin on deck 3/4, we were allocated deck 3 and I can only say it was plenty big enough, lots of storage space, great., for shore trips as the gangway was usually on deck 2 ,and we couldn't fault the cabin staff, they were amazing.
As many other More people have said the entertainment was superb, honestly the shows were easily. of a regional theatre standard, and some of West End quality. All the other entertainment was of a good standard very varied and very enjoyable.
The food was very good, both in the self service restaurant and in the Seven Seas, and Four Seasons waiter restaurants. Excellent choice in all of them.
I must mention the waiters and wine waiters in the Seven Seas, not only did they take care of us, served us very well but also entertained us whilst we were dining. They certainly came over as a very happy crew
All in all a very good holiday, Thank you your Majesty.
.Special mention to Eli, Michael, and Raymond our wine waiter.
Will return soon. xx Less
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