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Marco Polo Cruise Review by r&b: Nightmare on the seas


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Cabin 1.0
Dining 1.0
Embarkation 3.0
Enrichment Activities 1.0
Entertainment 1.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation 1.0
Public Rooms 2.0
Rates 1.0
Service 2.0
Shore Excursions 1.0
Value for Money 1.0

Nightmare on the seas

Sail Date: June 2011
Destination: Other
Embarkation: London (Tilbury)

Go on this ship if you enjoy school dinner type meals, chemical tasting drinks small cramped cabins with no soundproofing whatsoever, no space inside on cool or wet days. Poor entertainment, singers apart from one who could nor sing and dancers that seemed to do similar dances each night but in a different costume.

This ship is very old and felt very unstable in high seas very bad for any passengers who are elderly or disabled. The waiters in the main dining room however did give really good service in spite of the tables being so close together in the dining room.

In spite of all this we did enjoy our holiday thanks to meeting some nice people, having a good table of eight each evening and the weather being sunny and warm most of the time.We did take a couple of trips one of which was allocated two buses, one bus they overfilled resulting in a dozen people getting onto the first bus and having to get off again in-spite of 3 staff and tour members counting and checking More tickets. Would we go on this ship again!!!! No Never. Less

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