11 Barcelona Spa Cruise Reviews

We have been planning this trip for 2 years, and had to postpone it from May to Sept when my mother had complicated cancer surgery in April. Norwegian was great when we had to change our plans. I don't know how we rated the offer, but ... Read More
We have been planning this trip for 2 years, and had to postpone it from May to Sept when my mother had complicated cancer surgery in April. Norwegian was great when we had to change our plans. I don't know how we rated the offer, but we were given a chance to upgrade from our balcony to a penthouse suite with butler, etc. I had to pull off the side of the road to finish the call from the cruise line. We booked our own flights on Delta to have more time to make the time change, and get the max in frequent flyer miles. I cannot say enough about the care and attention everyone gave us, from the check in in Barcelona, until our departure in Venice. We stayed at the Montblanc Hotel thru NCL including the transfer program.The VIP service was so amazing. We were in the Taurus suite. We splurged on a deal for reservations in the specialty restaurants as soon as we got on board, which scored us a nice bottle of wine too. During the 12 days we tried out every specialty restaurant, the sushi bar, the Aisan fusion place (not the Hibachi- the noise gives my husband a migraine). We did 3 nights in the main dining room. You don't have to be a foodie to enjoy the dining experience of a Chef's Table. The food was spectacular, and the company fun. We did not go to much of the entertainment on board- not really our thing. The DVD selection was good. The onboard movies were pretty good. Excursions: After reading reviews of the excursions, balancing the cost, and reviews on the Rick Steves websites and Cruise Critics, we decided to try private guides in Rome and Istanbul. The DriversinRome people were fabulous and we saw as much as we could see, with just the 2 of us. They even set up a private guide for us at the Vatican. Our guide in Istanbul was excellent but we got sucked into the carpet and pottery hard sells. We thoroughly enjoyed the Spice Market and chose to spend our money there. I walked around Mykonos on my own- easy to do leisurely. The Marseilles/Aix-en-Provance tour was good and worth the money. The lack of public restrooms was brutal (and none on the bus). In Florence we chose the Florence on your own option. I had no appreciation of how long the drive was so I overbooked us at the the museums for the actual time that we had. We therefore never used the 35 euro/pp tickets to one of them. We did make it to the Academia to see David. We will have to go back sometime on our own. We were glad we did the afternoon Pompeii guided tour in Milan- we would not have gotten as much out of it on our own without a guide. We opted to to the VIP small group NCL tour for Athens. We were happy with our guide and driver. The food at the restaurant was included and amazing. We had plenty of time to wander around the Acropolis Museum and shopping (not much shopping however). Ephesus has to be done on a guided tour. We did it via NCL and were happy with our guide. For Venice, we took an overview tour to get our bearings on day one. The "drive" into port was fabulous from both the deck and our balcony. While getting off the ship was easy, getting to our rental apartment was not fun. I definitely overpacked (but I wore everything and we had serious souveneirs) and did not fully appreciate the vaporetto and bridges issue. We used Cross Pollinate to make our apartment reservations and they were great about the changes we had to make for Sept from May. The apartment was just what we wanted in a perfect location. We are sold on the VIP experience and will save up to do it again for the Panama Canal in 2015. Read Less
Sail Date September 2013
This was our first time cruising with Carnival but it certainly will not be our last.Like others we had done our research on the cruiseline itself and also on the ship itself,and like others we had read both positive and negative reviews ... Read More
This was our first time cruising with Carnival but it certainly will not be our last.Like others we had done our research on the cruiseline itself and also on the ship itself,and like others we had read both positive and negative reviews so like always we got ready for our cruise with an open mind and now I can positively write an utterly positive review due to myself and my husband having had a fantastic time aboard her. We started our holiday with an overnight stay in Barcelona at the lovely hotel Arc La Rambla situated on Las Ramblas and in a perfect position to get to the cruise pier the next morning.We booked a taxi at 10.30am and arrived at the port 5 minutes later check in was a breeze with no crowds at that time and we were sat in the upstairs waiting area 15mins later.Embarkation began at 11.30am and we were on the boat for 12.00pm. We went upstairs to the Lido Deck and we were enjoying a tasty taco by 12.15pm.We then relaxed in Serenity until we could go to our cabin around 2pm. Our cabin was a Spa Balcony on deck 11 perfectly situated for the serenity area,the cabin itself was lovely and spacious with a more than adequate balcony.Included was entry to the Spa and a free class each,at this point I must mention there are two steam rooms,a thermal suite but NO thalassopy pool in the Spa area.If you do not have a Spa cabin, entrance is $25.00 per day.Bathrobes were also included in the package but the slippers that were advertised as part of the package were none existant and only when we inquired were we told by the steward that these hadnt been sorted out yet,but he did fetch us a pair with Marriot hotels displayed across the front(Strange).The dining options on the Sunshine are superb,with a high quality throughout,we particulary liked the variety of food options available on the Lido deck these were:- Blue Iguana Cantina:-open for breakfast and Lunch Guys Burger Bar:- We cant speak highly enough of this place,the rumours are true,the burgers particulary the Ringer are the best we have ever tasted and the fries oh my goodness these are absoulutely delicious very very moreish!!! Then you go through to the Lido Buffet area,were there are several stations although they are not all open at the same time,there is a good variety of food on offer in here again delicous and the food that is meant to be warm is exactly that warm.Also in this are is the 24hr Pizza de Capitano,the Pizza slices here are so tasty. Wandering through the buffet area,you come to JI JI the Asian Kitchen,at lunchtime they present a mongolian wok make your own stir fry via the chefs and they cook it for you fresh its free and once again delicious.At night it becomes an amazing restaurant book here early in your cruise because we can almost guarantee you will want to come a second time for a fee of $12.00 this is a bargain eatery. On the opposite side is Cucina de Capitano a lovely Italian Restaurant at night with a $12.00 fee,at lunchtime a free pasta bar all made fresh by the chefs.Take the order form from the waiter when entering,find a table,you then tick,which pasta,sauce and filling you want then take it back to the chefs to cook and your meal is brought to your table when ready,restaurant quality pasta for free. In the middle of these two restaurants is the Havana Bar,where there is entertainment at night,but also combined with the afore mentioned restaurants is also a great place to eat your breakfast and lunches with a lovely quiet atmosphere.In a morning the pasta bar and mongolian wok make made to order fresh omelettes .It was lovely having breakfast in this area as you can sit by the huge aft windows and gaze at the lovely views. On deck 4 midships is the steakhouse Fahrenheit 555 a lovely elegant dining experiance with a fee of $35.00 it was worth every penny or dollar,I enjoyed the surf and turf ,it was amazing so tender. We were on Your time dining with our main restaurant being the Sunrise the food was lovely in here.But the one and only sit down breakfast we had in here was very dissappointing the service on this occasion was very slow and the food that was meant to be warm was freezing,we did observe that not many people came down to eat breakfast in the MDR. Punchliner Brunch:- This was held on the one and only seaday in the Sunrise Restaurant,the food was lovely and a comedian came out on the hour for ten minutes it is held from 9.00am-1.30pm,its free and no reservations are required. The taste bar we didnt try but basically it offers small bites from the different eateries around the ship,changing each night we saw a few people pick up plates and head down to the restaurant with them,to eat as appetisers. The shakespot and Java cafe offer for a small fee shakes and coffees.We felt in this area there could have been more comfy seating as it was a huge empty soulless place lacking atmosphere. There was always lots going on around the ship and the entertainment was top notch although a couple of the comedians we found a little dissapointing,the Ocean Plaza area came alive at night with a fantastic duo who sang anything from 80s music to American Rock,The singer Zach Majors in the Red Frog Pub also gave a good performance.Lovely cocktails you can find in the Alchemy bar ,oh and do try the Martini tasting in here,its an experiance !!! Check your balance at the sail and sign machines located in the Atrium and you might have a surprise, a credit of $63.78 dollars each had been credited to our account this was for a nine day sailing everyone got this reimbursed,I think it was for overpaid port taxes. Although this was a port intensive cruise we had gone on the Sunshine with a view to enjoying a nice relaxing ship while everyone was off sightseeing we wanted to relax on board and we did just that,we did see visitors being allowed onboard ship,mainly crew members families but there was no problem with this and on one occasion there was a few health and safety drills for crew taking place onboard and although this was noisy for a couple of hours it was reassuring to observe all the safety procedures that the crew were taking part in. We disembarked in a few ports;-The shuttle bus to get to Marseille cost 14.00 euros return each and shuttle to Livorno centre cost 5.00 euro.In Naples we docked very close to the hydrfoils,these are very regular and go to Capri,Sorrento and Ischia etc. When sailing into Venice try and get a sunlounger on the Starboard side as about 11am you start to approach Venice and this sail in is absoulutely stunning you sail through the little Islands and eventually past St Marks.If you are sailing out of Venice you need to get a seat Portside. Embarkation was easy and stressless,it can be early but I think Carnival take note of your departure details in your paperwork you fill out online beforehand and they refer to this before giving you your disembarkation details. All in all we had a fantastic cruise on the Sunshine and can highly recommend her to all. Read Less
Sail Date August 2013
We were a group of 7 friends and family. My recommendation is to spend time in Spain 1 week before cruise. Drop off luggage at cruise terminal around 12pm. Have to check-in on ship by 4pm. If arriving early morning same day as cruise ... Read More
We were a group of 7 friends and family. My recommendation is to spend time in Spain 1 week before cruise. Drop off luggage at cruise terminal around 12pm. Have to check-in on ship by 4pm. If arriving early morning same day as cruise departure do the hop on hop off city tour (4 hours for 2 routes if you don't get off to walk around). Take cab to Columbus Monument at foot of Las Ramblas to catch the tour bus. Pay for tour bus on the bus 21€ for 1 day, 2 routes or book online before trip. There are 2 hop on hop off bus companies, Bus touristica (blue bus) and Bacelona City Tour (red bus). We did bus Touristica in Barcelona and Madrid City tour (red bus) in Madrid. Both were good. If you have time have lunch on Las Ramblas. Buy souvenirs and art work on Las Ramblas. Or stay an extra day after the cruise and do the above tour. Ok back to the cruise: I was worried about free style cruising but prices were the same for services and eateries my husband and I frequent at home. Spa-Sign up for the spa raffle on the first day. Everyone in our group got a spa coupon. Get the spa packages- it's worth it at the end of the day, especially excursion days. Go to free seminars but don't buy the products. I had hair, cut, and style with a coupon-- had a little makeover done. Stylist are hesitant to do anything dramatic to your hair. Facial was so relaxing I fell asleep. Discos- The best music for dancing-popular dance music. Great djs no need to make requests, they play everything. Bring a white outfit for white party-- it was a blast. Enjoyed that the clubs were non-smoking. Even the senior citizens were dancing. I saw one elderly lady on the dance floor with her cane having a grand time line dancing. Food- Mediocre but still good. We cook a lot of gourmet meals at home so it's hard for us to like other people's cooking. If you don't typically eat out or cook at home, you'll enjoy the food. If you don't want to pay extra for food the buffet line is satisfying and the pub food at O'Shehans is good. Buy the coffee at the coffee shop, the brewed coffee served elsewhere on the ship is vey weak and horrible- prices comparative to Starbucks. We did specialty dining at the steak place. I don't know of a fine dining place you can get a 3 course steak dinner meal for $20.00. It was a deal. One person in our group had a mild food allergy to dairy and the restaurant staff were accommodating. I wouldn't recommend cruise dining if you have a serious food allergies, like gluten allergy. I just can't see how they can keep gluten products/cooking utensils separate from gluten free areas. Excursions- Pre-purchase on your own if want more personalized service. The excursion prices from ship were reasonable if you don't want to purchase on your own. Recommend excursions for Italy, especially a shopping excursion in Florence. For Italy tours we used yourtourinitaly Company owned by Aldo-excellent service. No need for excursions in France. Access to Cannes port is by tender boat and will need to make reservation for early tender boat departure a couple days before Cannes/Nice stop or the day before on TV menu in state room. If leaving on late tender boat (after 10-11am) then no need for reservation. For Cannes, relax laying out on small sandy beach at port entrance and walk around or take the Little Train Tours of Cannes. Or start out early and walk 15 minutes to train station to take train to Nice Ville (10 euros) and tram rail (2-3 Euros, 5 minute walk from train station) to city center to get to market areas. Don't eat in plaza at Nice across from beach; eat on side streets. Wear bathing suit to layout on rocky beach (no sand). Waves crashing against rocks is very soothing in Nice. Need 2 hours to return to ship from Nice on train. Beaches in France are topless (yay). In Marseille take ship shuttle ($12 USD round trip) to Veux Port town early (8am). Then take the Little Train Tours to Notre Dame (7 Euros) then have lunch around plaza with carousel or go shopping at designer stores. In Marseille port you only have until 3pm to see the attractions. Souvenir shop at end of strip to get back to port shuttle or around plaza with carousel. Take non-drowsy motion sickness medicine if prone to car sickness because there's lots of winey roads and sudden stops. People in Italy are crazy drivers. Staff: is very busy and efficient; smiles are only given to pleasant, non-needy, and non conplaining customers. Our room steward was excellent. He was very personable and easy to find when we needed assistance or had questions. I never tip room stewards and I did this time. Entertainment: Las Vegas style shows Cirque and Blue Man group were of good quality. Legends show was mediocre. Flamenco Show was entertaining but not like what you would see in a traditional Flamenco Show on land. I would cruise Norwegian again. It was a younger, less trashy crowd than other major lines I've cruised on (Carnival and Princess). They didn't follow us with cameras or push us to play silly games to have fun. It was just fun and relaxing. Would have liked more days at sea to enjoy the ship activities. Read Less
Sail Date October 2012
Summary -- Very enjoyable trip; nice new ship...The Carnival Breeze! Good balance of activities and shows, slightly crowded, a few design flaws, good food options, excellent staff. The decor is bright and cheery ... ready for the ... Read More
Summary -- Very enjoyable trip; nice new ship...The Carnival Breeze! Good balance of activities and shows, slightly crowded, a few design flaws, good food options, excellent staff. The decor is bright and cheery ... ready for the Caribbean. We did the 12 day round trip out of Barcelona on July 21, 12. Every cabin was full. It was a very intense port schedule. We wanted to get everything out of each port day because it was our first (or first time in 20 years) to Europe. One of the design flaws was having rooms under the galley without enough sound proofing. So if you want to sleep, avoid aft cove balconies, especially where the steam pipes go in. Background Information: My husband and I traveled with our three teenage daughters and my mother. It was our 4th cruise, 2nd on carnival. Our girls 3rd cruise and my Mom's 7th. We live in the Washington DC metro area. While we are not dire hard foodies, we love to go out to eat at local white-table cloth restaurants. We go to the nearby museums and shows. Hotel Info - We stayed in a quaint hotel recommended by Rick Steves in Barcelona called Hotel Continental. The hotel had an old world feel with warm colors, beautiful chandelier, outdoor patio, and a beautiful balcony overlooking Las Rambles. It was a bit worn, in a well-loved way. The 24 hour, complimentary light food and drink (including beer!) was very convenient to accommodate different eating schedules. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. They even called my home before the trip to answer a question I sent. The rooms were small yet had all needed amenities, perfect for getting ready for a ship. I did have to ask for new towels a few times, it seems like they did not dry properly. The location and the staff made it fantastic. We will return. Travel To Port of Embarkation - Very easy to get there by Taxi. The Port is modern and we got on with a reasonable wait and without a problem. Activities - We have cruised on the Carnival Dream. We appreciated the added Ropes course and Sports court. We participated in the Food tasting, Wine tasting, Volleyball, Ping-Pong, putt-put, Ropes Course, slides, Spa, Exercise room, Exercise Classes, Texan Hold'um and Bridge. Pool chairs very hard to find on ocean days, until they thankfully started a timing policy. The Adult volleyball was very popular and fun on sea days, but only one hour for 20-30 people to play. They need to double volleyball time to two hours, and also need a few more Ping-Pong tables. Service - The service in the dining room helped make the trip outstanding. Fortunately with "my time" dining we are able to find a dinner team we loved and stick with them, which we did. Thanks Olympiu and Danijel, for the fantastic service and advice! A huge thanks to Irisa who helped us manage some food allergies/sensitivities. Port & Shore Excursions - This itinerary was not for the weak. It was our girl's first trip to Europe, my mom's 1st trip to Italy and our first trip to Europe in 20 years. We packed all we could in each day, out usually for 9+ hours a day. Considering our four our days in Barcelona, by Naples we were exhausted. We booked tours separately through Share a Shore Excursion in Italy (Thank you Big Luca) and Walks Inside Florence (Marzia Valbonesi was fantastic!!) Stateroom - great amenities, comfortable bed, very good shower, Cove balconies are more private and very close to water... rather cool. Avoid any room under the galley, in particular room #2404 unless you are a very solid sleeper or bring earplugs. The galley was busy (noisy) through the night, and #2404 is where the steam pipes come in. The steam pipes are like an old fashioned radiator, clanging and banging, which is terrible in the night! Carnival would have moved us but the ship was full. They did give us ships credits. Dining - solid options and many choices. A few stand out options were the chefs table, Tandori Indian, Guy's burgers (possibly the best burgers and BBQ sauce ever). The Chef's table is far the best food and beverage experience on the ship...it's a behind the scene tour of the kitchen, cooking techniques, a 5 or 6 course meal, and all the wine you could drink. At $75 each it was well worth it and very interesting. The main restaurants were very good, nice dinners, daily special were creative and enjoyable. Like on any ship there are hits and misses. Our waiters pointed us in the right direction on food selections. Lido, just OK, crowded during peak times (9-10am in Monaco, over 20 minute wait for breakfast). Sit down breakfast restaurants were nice, but closed too early (at 8:30) on port days. The poolside restaurants also had short hours. Children's Clubs - Our teens mostly liked the clubs,. They used them to meet friends and then dropped in for activities. It's too bad that the Sports court is over the Italian specialty restaurant. It would have been nice to be able to evening games there. Carnival should to arrange a few meet and greet events for the 18-21 year olds. It's tough to be at that in-between age on the ship. Entertainment - Full of life - everywhere you walk there is music, usually live. The singer at the pool was fantastic (Jimmy Buffet style!). The stage shows were dynamic full of energy. The Comedians at the Punch line club were hilarious!!!! (We Americans did not relate to the British ones as much.) The Game show was not as good as expected. Rakesh, the magician, was terrific. He came around to tables in the dining room and performed for each chef's table. We were always in awe! He was far better than the magician that performed on stage. He performed once or twice at the Punch liner. Disembarkation --They start the announcements at 5:45 am, so don't think about sleeping, even if you have a late flight. We got off near the end about 9:30 because we had a 1pm flight. Arrange transportation! While the taxi line does move, there are 1000+ people wanting taxis. We stood in the taxi line for almost an hour before we luckily found a van that had just dropped off from the airport. Private van/shuttle for 6 was $80 Euros. Read Less
Sail Date July 2012
This cruise was to celebrate our 30th anniversary, we booked Aquaclass and enjoyed it but did not take advantage of it enough to do it again. Our cabin aws very nice and our stateroom attendant was excellent. We like Celebrity overall but ... Read More
This cruise was to celebrate our 30th anniversary, we booked Aquaclass and enjoyed it but did not take advantage of it enough to do it again. Our cabin aws very nice and our stateroom attendant was excellent. We like Celebrity overall but the constant "sell" gets a little old. Most of the shore excursions were great, I was very disappointed in the Venice tours. We took a tour to St. Marks square and afterwards to a"glass museum" it was nothing but a sales pitch, next morning we did a tour to Murano, it was exactly the same a sales pitch for the factory! We were disappointed, we had looked forward to seeing more of Murano since we really enjoyed the Hot Glass Show on board, it was really great and informative. Blu the Aquaclass restaurant was excellent and the service was very good. In Rome we booked a private tour with Stefano Rome Tours and it was great, I would recommend them. We spent 3 days per cruise in Barcelona and really enjoyed it, overall our cruise experience was good and I would recommend this cruise. Read Less
Sail Date June 2012
The Carnival Breeze! what can be said - absolutely amazing ship and an absolutely amazing cruise. This was the cruise of a lifetime for us and we were not disappointed. We had booked this cruise about a year in advance allowing us plenty ... Read More
The Carnival Breeze! what can be said - absolutely amazing ship and an absolutely amazing cruise. This was the cruise of a lifetime for us and we were not disappointed. We had booked this cruise about a year in advance allowing us plenty of time to research our shore excursions, we cruise for the itinerary and to gamble. We left from Barcelona, Spain on June 15th. Boarding the ship was without incident and, being platinum and having booked a Grand Suite lent itself to us boarding immediately upon arrival. We opted not to arrive at the cruise port until noon, also giving us the opportunity of not dealing with the crowds. The new color of scheme of the Breeze is relaxing and beautiful. The Suite was what we expected, larger balcony, dressing room, large bathroom and plenty of closet space. The "living" area offered a nice seating area and the 42" flat screen TV could be turned for viewing from bed or from the sofa. From our balcony we could look down to the water or to the extension of deck 5 offering great "people watching" opportunities, our particular location offered us a view of one of the hot tub and the barbecue. I am attempting to offer an overview and will get into details as this review progresses. There was a online group formed early on, this offered much information for those who have not cruised before and also offered the opportunity for many to book shore excursions independently in groups. We opted to book our excursions through Carnival with the exception of one - Rome! (more on this later). The group had a welcome aboard party just before sail-a-way, we visited for a few minutes, said our hello's and went on our way. We also had a cabin crawl scheduled, this offered many who are new to cruising or who have no idea what other cabin categories are like the opportunity to see what they are like. We hosted the group in our suite at the end of the crawl for drinks and "munchies". Two of the cabins I had wanted to see were on our crawl - the cove balconies - and the spa cabins. The cove balconies are interesting and are on our list for a future cruise. The spa cabins surprised me, I'm glad to have the opportunity to see them as well. The group also booked a cocktail party on the last sea day and had much fun. We met some wonderful folks within the group and some not so wonderful, like everything "it is what it is". Can't wait for our November cruise and seeing friends again. Your Time Dining worked perfect for us, allowing the opportunity to not have to worry about being in the dining room at an appointed time - with an itinerary as rigorous as this one, my advice would be my time dining. We opted to dine in the steak house twice (both perfect dinners), and we went to the Italian option three times. This was incredible and new for us as in all of our cruises with Carnival this was the first ship we were on that had the Italian venue. Even now I wish I could perfect the recipe for Nona's meatballs and have the word out to my PVP to see if there is a cookbook available or at least the recipe. I'm keeping my fingers crossed on this one! Food in the dining room was great, and our seating was prompt and our location requests handled to our specifications. I don't do breakfast, hubby does and he was pleased. My preference is coffee and toast via room service and that was without incident, in fact, it was very surprising as to how quickly my order was delivered. Lunches on the ship were fun - we did love Guy's burgers and we did find the lido lunch buffet enjoyable. One area I particularly enjoyed was the wok area and the opportunity to "choose my own" ingredients and sauce and have it cooked for me while I waited. While the sauces are delicious, they will make a special sauce for you if you ask as I prefer soy and ginger. The cooks were more than happy to accommodate. Sandwiches were great and many choices available. The pizza was as expected - light, crispy and a wonderful late night snack. It was nice to see a new show - as we have been on the same ships several time we often find we run into productions we have seen before - Motor City and Diva's did not disappoint us. The theatre has a few spots that would make it hard to see the stage, but if you get to the theatre early you should be able to escape them. Carnival should take a lesson from RCCL here and offer exclusive seating for suite patrons. This is one side of Carnival lacking from RCCL as we greatly missed our concierge services. (The new "perks" program has rolled out -- more on that later). The comedy shows were ok, we aren't big on them so we would visit for a few and leave, they were what we expected. We opted out of the welcome and goodbye shows as they never change and we have seen our share. Our cabin steward was "WONDERFUL" she and her assistants could NOT do enough for us. They were attentive and accommodating -- if we were walking to our cabin and they saw us, they would run ahead and open our suite for us - they welcomed us home from our days of sightseeing - it was like coming home to old friends. Another group to acknowledge is guest services - again they offered the extra effort to take care of our needs and questions. Another "hats-off" goes to the Internet team - they had our IPad connected within minutes of our visit. The internet service on the ship is great and fast! The addition of the new daily list of ships activities on line is great! and FREE. We also used the Spa frequently and found the staff and the spa services to exceed our expectations. We booked a couples massage and this was one of our highlights aboard the ship. The spa offered us wonderfully quiet on our sea days - we opt for this rather than the lido pool deck. The pool area was ok - it's not something we do. Movies under the stars were good. The selection was good and should have provided something for everyone. The 5D theatre was like being at Disney, rollercoaster effects, water squirting, air squirting - we are sure it is something that will fare well on the Breeze - great family activity. We did spend much time in the Casino and were floored to discover we were sailing with old friends - we knew our pit bosses from previous cruises - it was like "old home week". Eleanora - it was so wonderful to see you again! We won, we lost, we came up, we went down - all it all - we can't complain as we view gambling as entertainment - we were not disappointed, had tons of fun and met some great new friends. Now about excursions - - Carnival excursions were great - we were very particular in what we chose to do - most of our excursions provided transportation and then exploration "on your own". This worked well for us. Also, hat's off to Carnival, as our arrival to Venice was not without its problems as there was a transportation strike in effect the day we were there. Carnival scrambled and was able to secure enough launches to transport folks from the ship to St. Mark's Square area. All other excursions went as scheduled. Thanks Carnival! You did a great job in a tough situation! After walking around Venice for awhile we had Italian ice cream at St. Mark's Square and then found a gondola ride. Another highlight of the trip as we bargained for a 45 minute ride for 80 Euros and we opted to tip. Our driver took us on a wonderful route through the canals. He told us about the history of the gondola's and pointed out each building of interest as we passed them. He stopped for photo opportunities. Our 45 minutes ended up as an hour and a half. He posed for pictures with us as well. We did have dinner off ship on several occasions - this was wonderful -- We shall never forget our dinner in Venice and our waiter, we chose a beautiful little place with a restaurant seating area inside and a beautiful sidewalk seating area outside. Being in Venice we opted to sit outside and enjoy dinner. Our waiter was so attentive to our needs -- he was wonderful and took it upon himself to entertain us. It amazes me that Europeans don't tip - having worked as a waitress through college, I just can't not tip - in Venice our dinner check was about 76 Euros. We gave the waiter 100 Euros - he promptly returned with change - we said no - for you - he tried again to give us the change - again we said no - for you - he quickly ran back into the kitchen and got the cook - returned for us to tell the cook it was for him. Next he ran back to the bar and grabbed a bottle of lemoncello and shot glasses - returned to our table and poured drinks for us. Such a sweet gesture and truly a highlight of our cruise. As mentioned early on in this review - we booked our own excursion in Rome - this was by far one of the best decisions we made. Hubby had surgery on his foot and is not quite 100%. I was worried about him holding up for a full day and evening in Rome. I searched the internet and found a gentlemen who was advertising Gold Cart Tours of Rome - I started talking with Paolo about 9 months before the cruise via email and telephone. Paolo was a true gentleman and it became apparent quickly that he was going to make our visit to Rome truly exceptional. Paolo also offered transfers from the ship to Rome --we did this as well. Our driver met us at the ship - and whisked us away in his Mercedes into Rome. He pointed out things of interest and took the time to get to know us. Once in Rome he dropped us off in Borgese Park where Paolo had arranged for us to tour the park on Segways! We laughed and learned to ride them in about 10 minutes - Paolo was our guide and took us through the park and to the overlook where we could view all of Rome. After our visit in the park - Paolo took us into Rome via golf cart! This is an incredible way to see Rome - Paolo basically drove us up and down the side streets of Rome from destination to destination. We were dropped off at every one of the sites and would go back and join Paolo once we were ready. We saw the side streets of Rome and other things off the typical tourist trails. Paolo was a wealth of information and narrated through the entire day. He knows his history and had remarkable stories to tell. We were driving along the Apian Way about lunch time. Paolo had prearranged lunch for us at a wonderful restaurant that was once one of the tombs within the wall of Rome - Paolo introduced us to the cook, and we feel we actually had the opportunity to meet "Moma" while in Italy - in fact, she cooked lunch for us. Now, lunch was interesting, Paolo pointed out, lunch is their big meal of the day, the food was endless - soup course, salad course, pasta course, meat course (make that 4 meats) as the plates just kept coming. We had to ask them to stop - we couldn't eat anything else! The afternoon was back to the sites of Rome -- those on the tourist routes, and those not on the tourist routes! We learned so much from Paolo and extend our sincere appreciation for him making Rome a highlight of our vacation. Paulo also told us that while gelato is good - Italian ice cream is the end-all-be-all he was right! There are those who will cruise and find fault, I have run into that in the last few days, it never ceases to amaze me. Although there will always be something not to one's liking there are ways to constructively voice complaints. In the last few days I have been witness to a couple who wouldn't extend a compliment if it jumped up and hit them in the nose. If one stands back and takes a look their arrogance and lack of good manners quickly comes to surface. Personally we never dwell on the negatives, we go on our cruises expecting to have a wonderful time and experience - we have never been disappointed -- We are looking forward to many more cruises and if you are thinking about the Breeze, book it, enjoy her - she's beautiful. Read Less
Sail Date June 2012
I will begin by saying I have not cruised 50-100 times like many of the cruisers on cruise critic. But I like and know luxury and quality. Agree with some of the good things said about Marina, but also agree with weaknesses that when you ... Read More
I will begin by saying I have not cruised 50-100 times like many of the cruisers on cruise critic. But I like and know luxury and quality. Agree with some of the good things said about Marina, but also agree with weaknesses that when you leave always seem to stand out. I traveled with 2 other couples in a transfer back to Rome after the cruise and we all felt the same exact way, so I do not think I was being demanding or my expectations being too high for Oceania.. We literally walked on the ship alone. First time this ever happened. Was happy to not have the lines (we boarded after the rush, of course), but agree that no one was there to greet when you did board and provide some quick information (or champagne, perhaps). As others stated, cabins nice, small. Liked the granite bathroom and beds. Otherwise, amenities standard by our expectations. Do agree, the bed was most enjoyable after each full day of touring. Once boarded, we went to get a bite to eat after reading the elevator and picking a floor. No dining available. In between meals. We found this consistent on our ENTIRE cruise. We would tour most of the days since this was a port intensive cruise and by the time we would return (around 9 pm-9:30) were told every night to order room service. Not my style for luxury. We had a suite on Equinox and could have a lovely serving any time of day. This was consistent with our schedule every time we wanted a bite to eat. Room service is an option once in a while, but the rooms are small and confining and you get tired of eating in it because Marina was "in between". This even happened on short tour days. Right at 2:00 pm. Were unable to change or add to specialty reservations. They like the word NO on Oceania. Heard it ALL week, too. Like other reviewers here. Also agree that the staff seems to be more enthusiastic about the entrees. Lobster was tough every time I ordered it (3 times, then gave up). Did not like the effort of communicating to get food served to you at the buffet in the Terrace and agree that rude cruisers would just step in and demand while others waiting to be served. Change the policy. Service was poor many times and then excellent at others. Sporadic, not consistent. Excursions---plan your own. you will be disappointed and frustrated. Considering cost and what we heard from so many people on the ship. Felt sad for them. Always witnessed upset cruisers at the destinations desk. Very sad to see on such a cruise line! Entertainment-Better on the TV in your stateroom. Understanding that they are not know for their entertainment. I get it. Cabin Butler-Excellent. Room always prepared upon entering and spotless cleaning. This expectation fully met. Lidvidia was very accomodating, even though we are the easiest of travelers. Do not require much attention. One last observation-We had charges on our bill from a culinary class that was overbooked and we could not get in. We instead planned a private tour for this day and when we went to the desk to question, we were told to go to destination desk. Ok, no problem. Well, they made it seem like it was our fault and that they would start an inquest to see if the charges could be credited. Are you kidding me? The clerk made us feel like we were at fault. Even after clarifying and re-clarifying that it was their mistake. This is how we felt every time we asked for something. It was not like this ever on Celebrity, or Royal Carribean. Will try Crystal next time and, of course, continue the Aqua Spa Suite Class on Celebrity. They have it right. Fortunately, we like people and do not turn our nose up to having more friendly people on board with us as long as the service level does not suffer. Spa- No indoor pool or inside "relaxation/meditation" area on the pool deck. We like to use the spa amenities whenever we travel. Couples massage is one of our favorites. Steam, sauna, aromatherapy, together. No co-ed on this ship. We were intimidated by the extremely high prices charged for services at the spa. Understanding that is "Canyon Ridge". But, $400.00 something dollars for a couples massage (50 minute??), manicures, upwards of 80-90.00?? this we cannot understand. Nor, would I subject ourselves to the overpayment. We, instead, waited for the Waldorf-Astoria Cavaleiri Hotel in Rome and indulged in our "spa fix" at a much more reasonable charge for all services. Perhaps, this subsidizes the cost of sending 16 brochures/marketing pieces each month to your home address. not sure. All in all, nice cruise. Not the best ever, not the worst ever. Unimpressed. We did stay at the Rome Cavelieri for a few days after the cruise and was able to experience at the Imperial Club level what impeccable service levels should be. And what a view off the balcony!!! Worth every penny! We do not mind spending the money when expectations are met and exceeded. First time reviewer. Read Less
Sail Date March 2012
Cruising was a lot more comfortable than taking trains, planes, and other methods of rushing across Europe, trying to get to different places. The Solstice was a beautiful ship and I was glad to go AquaClass, because it gave me access to ... Read More
Cruising was a lot more comfortable than taking trains, planes, and other methods of rushing across Europe, trying to get to different places. The Solstice was a beautiful ship and I was glad to go AquaClass, because it gave me access to Blu, a restaurant I'll solely miss, now I can no longer go there. The dining area was modern, but a lovely kind of modern, with walls carved in the shape of a rose and windows looking out at the sea. I could eat healthy, beautifully prepared food there. The other specialty restaurants didn't capture my heart the same way, although I did have a very lovely meal at Murano's. Everyone on the ship was courteous and attentive to my needs. Arthur, the attendant to our cabin, found out I preferred cheese to canapes and I got cheese every afternoon in my room. The shore excursions were excellent, especially Florence on Your Own, Rome on Your Own, the Kusadasi/Ephesus excursion, and the Malta walking tour. On the ship, I really enjoyed the lecture/presentations of both Miriam and Gordan. They gave us a lot of information relevant to the ports we were visiting in an interesting fashion that was easy to absorb. The shows were also excellent. There was a wonderful circus performance with acrobatics and contortionists, as well as an extremely talented magician. A lot more was going on that I didn't go to, but I was mostly interested in events that had to do with the ports we were visiting. Our cruise director, Lisa Richards, was very attentive to my questions and needs, pointing me in the right direction when I wanted to know more about the places we'd be passing by on our voyage. If I had one complaint, it was that things got crowded at times. It was hard finding a place to sit in the buffet and we missed one of the shows, because there were no seats. The buffet was, however, excellent, and I'll miss the pizza maker who made such wonderful pizza every day. Read Less
Sail Date November 2011
We booked this cruise because it was visiting some of the sites we have not previously been too, such as Dubrovnik and Mt Etna. We booked a SPA package and Suite. The Suite did not disappoint. More than ample room. Very spacious and ... Read More
We booked this cruise because it was visiting some of the sites we have not previously been too, such as Dubrovnik and Mt Etna. We booked a SPA package and Suite. The Suite did not disappoint. More than ample room. Very spacious and clean with a spa bath of our own and separate area for our clothes. We were more than impressed with the cleaning staff who worked around us and we never came back to a messy room after breakfast. We loved the way they put the towels in the shape of different animals on the bed each night. While we had chosen anytime dining as we are early to bed early to rise people we found that although we asked for a table for two on every occasion we were seated at large tables for breakfast constantly and although we kept asking to be moved the dinning staff were not impressed. I had a cold so did not wish to share my germs with others around me. The Food was superb only one night could I not eat the main meal. The breakfast menu never once changed. The main buffet was quite good but I hate ques. The drinks however were overpriced. Minimum $8 for a house wine. One glass mind you not a drop more. I believe that they should be slightly cheaper when in the dinning room at night. The Spa and Gym were fantastic areas if a bit small. State of the art equipment and the Steam rooms felt like luxury best ever on a cruise. Entertainment was fantastic. Great music, Great comedians and entertainers all round. The Water Slides were exciting, what was missing was the children. This cruise we were on was more for the young couples and elder couples. Kids were missing. The decor of the ship was a little lacking IMO not so garish as other cruise lines I've been on but still a little too boring. The Internet access was very good. The pools a bit small. Tours with the cruise line are way overpriced. We wanted to go on a Sorrento Amalfi Positano tour and it would of cost us approx $180 per person for the day. We walked off the ship and with another couple from the cruise hopped in a limo with our own taxi driver who knew all the sites for $200 all up. We had a wonderful day at our own lesuire and saw all the sites we wanted to. I cannot understand why the tours have to be so expensive on the ships. Overall I would use this cruise liner again but maybe for only 7 -10 nights. Read Less
Sail Date October 2011
The best thing about this cruise was getting off the ship! The ports of call were AMAZING! I cannot wait to go back to Europe!After day 3 of the cruise my nhusband was looking for something in our room and said " it's like they ... Read More
The best thing about this cruise was getting off the ship! The ports of call were AMAZING! I cannot wait to go back to Europe!After day 3 of the cruise my nhusband was looking for something in our room and said " it's like they do everything on this ship" and we said together "half-assed".The food was average at best. The buffet was small and the same every day. The 2 no extra charge dining rooms had the same small menu aand the food was OK. It felt like they put ALL the effort into the restaurants with a "cover charge". Even then, the cheese they used on ALL foods with melted cheese, when scraped off the food cooled to a gelatonous glob. It was so gross. There was same spice used in all the sauced foods that made everything taste the same italian, mexican, japanese, french...all had the same taste.We often joked about NCL's tag line of "free style cruising" since there was a charge for everything. On top of the $12 per day per person "service charge" there was a mandatory 18% gratuity added to everything plus a place on the bill to tip more of you liked. We bought pop packges on the first day. Because we didn't get charged for soda it was often hard to get served.There is very little common space on the ship. Only 2 small pools for 2000 people, a small library, and small quiet room. Every other common area there to get out of your state room was someplace you were expected to spend money. The activities were half assed, and the entertainment was very hit and miss. The beds were SUPER uncomfortable, so hanging out in the room wasn't an option. Read Less
Sail Date April 2011
Day 1 - Embarkation is really quick and easy in Barcelona. I have done it twice and it has taken less than twenty minutes to get on the ship both times. Lunch at the Windjammer before mid-day! Had a good tour of the ship before muster, ... Read More
Day 1 - Embarkation is really quick and easy in Barcelona. I have done it twice and it has taken less than twenty minutes to get on the ship both times. Lunch at the Windjammer before mid-day! Had a good tour of the ship before muster, which did not include those dirty life-jackets that no-one wants to drag over their head. We watched a quick change show called Flash & Fever, which wasn't very good. My Time Dining was smooth and efficient and it was an all round relaxing first day. Day 2 - A strange noise in our cabin kept us awake most of the night, and although we told the front desk, they said call us when it happens again, which wasn't particularly helpful. However, full English breakfast at the Windjammer (including nearly cooked sausages!), was followed by the Crown & Anchor talk where we won a lint roller in the raffle. Yes, a lint roller! Gordon the cruise director comes from a small village a mile or so away from us in England so we had a bit of a chat. We did the afternoon quiz with a nice couple from Minnesota - it was too cold to relax on the top deck. It was formal night so we dressed up to watch five minutes of a "Broadway" show. The dinner was however great, although the lobster appears to have shrunk to shrimp size and has been re-named shrimp. Day 3 - The strange suction noise was back, which prompted DW to have another little chat with the front desk. This time they said that as soon as we heard it, whatever time, to call and they would send someone to sort it out. I staggered out of the gym like I had done 15 rounds with Iron Mike before breakfast wondering whether 15 minutes of looking at exercise machines should really be that tiring. We went to see "Gotta Dance", 'a nice family film' in the movie theatre, but most of the day was spent reading in the Solarium wondering what real sunshine felt like. Bruce Parker, the Motown singer, was great and so was dinner. No sooner had we got into bed and the noise was back. This time a plumber came immediately and sleep was restored. Day 4 - Actually went on one of the scary gym machines today. Fortunately paramedics were on hand to helicopter me to the Windjammer for breakfast. Went to a pyramids lecture in the theatre that, with the lights on, looks a bit like our village hall - except not quite as smart. It really needs refurbishing RCI. Erky from Turkey did his "Who Wants To Be A Royal Caribbeanaire" quiz, and I have to say he was hilarious. I couldn't believe RCI have been lucky enough to have this guy for seven years and he isn't even assistant cruise director. Easily the most talented cruise staff member we have ever come across. Watched another movie; something with Eddie Murphy in, before an afternoon beer and a quiz. The entertainment for this evening was Tommy Bond, a superb pianist. Now I don't want to sound like a bit of a heathen, but I felt under-whelmed - there are plenty of talented musicians in the band, to have one as a headline act was a little like watching a recital. Just my personal opinion, but I don't think it was good enough for a cruise ship - he was, but not as a show. Day 5 - Alexandria, Egypt day. We had arranged a tour to Cairo with Ramses via the Roll Call board on Cruise Critic. Three couples joined us for a trip that cost literally half what the cruise line were charging. Sammo, our guide, was great, and despite a false dawn, where the captain explained we may have to go to Port Said and delay the stop for a day, off we set at around the speed of light on a motorway journey of around three hours. Before we knew it the fog had been replaced by smog and the pyramids were in sight. They are of course magnificent, but I couldn't help but pay closer attention to school-kids running up and down them, trashy tourist camel rides, hawkers, and poor little kids trying to sell us postcards for, "One dollar mister." As the world's most precious monument to history I couldn't help but think it should be given to someone who would look after it better like UNESCO. The Sphinx was perhaps more impressive, although a lot smaller than I expected. Obligatory tourist photos of a strategically placed hand patting said Sphinx or holding up the Great Pyramid were taken before a trip down the Nile on a Faluka to the Hard Rock Cafe, where we had lunch, before a quick trip to the papyrus factory and the night race back to the ship. Interesting Fact: Cairo has no traffic lights and no traffic jams. Day 6 - The rowing machine was broken in the gym, which ruined all my plans for a six hour marathon work-out, so I was restricted to fifteen minutes of standing around the water cooler before racing to the loungers to stare at the sun for the morning. It was handbags at dawn in some cases, as chairs mysteriously had towels strategically wrapped around them even before the towel station opened. Went to the main restaurant for lunch, which made a pleasant change - the salad on offer was superb. Watched the Russell Crowe movie "State of Play" in the cinema. It was another formal night and although I didn't see it on the menu I did walk past a mirror and noticed that they did indeed lobster on the ship. We joined up with another couple to win the Mind Quiz in the Colony Lounge. The canvas wallets will be treasured forever. Day 7 - Suez Canal day. Undoubtedly the best day of the cruise - which included sunbathing, leaning over the balcony rail for several hours and waving to Egyptian soldiers on manoeuvres, all to the back-drop of an excited Captain Zinny, who was completing his collection of the world's seven great canals, and told us everything we wanted to know ($500,000 for our ship to go through). The day it took to go through the canal in line with a convoy of ships through a night and a day was the best cruise experience I have had. Christopher Caress, the hypnotist was the evening's entertainment - having never seen this sort of act before I enjoyed it. It may even have been genuine. Gordon did the Love and Marriage show a little later, which was just as much fun as usual. Day 8 - Aqaba, Jordan day. A regret was that we did not go to Petra. Everyone that did go said it was a fantastic experience. We made do with a trip into the coastal resort, which was a bit rubbish, and a day of sunbathing and reading on the boat. Fortunately, I had the gym to myself - it is a shame no-one saw me bench double my body weight. Day 9 - Safaga, Egypt day. When looking out at the port, there were lines of Saudi traders with carts full of what appeared to be junk. It was interesting watching them, and a little sad too. Thirty-something coaches departed for Luxor and several more were lined up to take us to Safaga, an Egyptian beach resort. Except they didn't. We arrived at a Holiday Inn some miles down the road and taxi drivers began in earnest. Everyone got back on the coach and returned to the ship. I spoke to the front desk who arranged for a disgruntled Gordon to tell everyone over the ship's tannoy that the coach trip were not exactly as described to them! Another day in the sun, reading, beckoned. There wasn't too much arranged on the ship and the Big Band experience in the theatre held no interest for us. However, this was our wedding anniversary so we decided on a trip to Chops Grill. Having only experienced premium dining on Carnival before I can sadly report that it was not even a close contest. The food was good, so was the service, but the ambience, experience, food quality and presentation, simply could not match that offered by RCI's rival. Oh, and the cheapest wine was $35, an absolute rip-off. Day 10 - Today began by working up a sweat going to the gym again, we prepared for another day of sunbathing. This time in 40 knot winds, which was a little unfortunate. Tonight was another formal night, which featured a Celine Dion impersonator. Now I wouldn't accept a five pound note to watch the Canadian warbler if she was performing in my garden shed, so I won't be a fair judge, but those that like that sort of stuff said Tracy from Coventry was great. I had given up on the lobster by this stage, but the lamb was very nice. The Battle of the Sexes game show was fun, and I was quite chuffed with myself for winning the sports trivia quiz on my own against six strong teams, ha! Day 11 - Apologies if this report gets a little samey here, but it was another windy day in the sun with little to do aboard. The evening was much better though. Martin Brock, a 24 year old Danish magician offered a youthful alternative to the usual fayre offered by his colleagues and peers. And tonight was the night I got to see RCI's famous Quest game. To this day, I still don't know whether I found the sight of people running around with false teeth dripping with octogenarian saliva in their hands, and 70 year old men in bras and lipstick, the funniest thing I will ever see, or the most disturbing! Day 12 - The six pack was coming along nicely, so a Windjammer fry up was well earned. Today's highlights featured Dollar Origami with Erky, who had us in fits while showing us how to make a T-shirt out of a dollar. Blew the '70's music trivia quiz by a point, and another glorious wallet went begging. Doh! The evening show was the East Coast Boys, a tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Even if you didn't like them, this was top drawer stuff. The best show of the trip. It was also the '70's Disco Party, which was fun. We visited the Starquest Disco afterwards, but I think it was a bit late for the premium age guests, and we skipped passed the tumbleweed before retiring. Interesting Fact: Somali pirates have no chance whatsoever against a cruise ship, but the captain will keep you well informed and make you feel part of the action, as it were. Day 13 - The regulars applauded as I entered the gym today. Ten minutes on the cycling machine and the staff were asking for autographs. And off to the Windjammer we go. My friend at the omelette station had been enjoying miscommunication contests for much of the cruise, but today I got what I ordered; a shame really, I was enjoying the unpredictability of it all. Today was the 'prove we've been on holiday to everyone at home day' as we attempted roasting our bodies in the glorious sunshine. Lunch at the main restaurant was followed by some more Dollar Origami with Erky - I think we were his groupies by this stage! Won the Staff trivia quiz afterwards, and I can assure you the caps will be treasured forever. Not so successful at the Beatles Trivia, and wasn't really into the Tango headline show, although everyone said it was great. It was really windy on the top deck so we just had to go to the pool party. And it was indeed amusing in an existential fashion - we just wanted to see how hard people would try to enjoy themselves. Day 14 - By now I was institutionalised. Up on top deck walking around at 5am waiting for the gym to open before two breakfasts: One on my own, and an official one with DW. Another sunny day, but without so much wind. I went to the Dubai lecture and walked out after learning the lecture had only skim-read the Penguin Introduction to Arab Folk once. A guy we had done a few of the quizzes with won $2,000 at Bingo that day, and we were most pleased for him. The Farwell Show featured aerial acrobatics that put all bar one of the previous shows to shame. Gordon belted out a couple of tunes and it was a very good show. A really nice thing was seeing everyone finding the friends they had made on the trip and exchanging phone numbers etc. It was a really nice last night all round. Day 15 - Up early and allegedly in the first bunch off the ship. It was chaos. The immigration officer was not on board to stamp passports, and although the staff did their best, they really were not prepared. A lot of old people were getting very fed up. We eventually found our way off the ship - it was not signed, so we visited several decks, and made our way into the hangar style luggage scrum. Our bags were supposed to be among the first out, but came out about an hour later. When we eventually waved our goodbyes to the ship we raced off to a whistle stop tour of Dubai before our long and tiring journey home. Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas: A tired and in some places tatty ship that is contrarily well maintained and good looking - If that neat contradiction makes sense. The pool area was too small for the number of passengers. The theatre is in desperate need of refurbishment. The Windjammer, conversely, looks as good as new and the main areas were all fine. The Seaview Cafe was shiny, as was the foyer. Having said all that a Thompson ship was parked behind us at Safaga and it could have fit into one of Brilliance's lifeboats, and the QE2 was docked behind us at Dubai and that looked like a dinghy. The Experience: This was most certainly a cruise for the oldies, but oldies are more fun that youngsters so we had a great time with people twice our age. My 3* rating for this cruise is not meant to sound harsh, I genuinely don't know how everyone has a five out of five experience on every different ship, with different weather conditions and different ports every time. This was a thoroughly enjoyable trip on a perhaps once great ship, with superb staff and incredible ports of call for history buffs, if you like that sort of thing. Classic Cruise Tip: If you are going on a transition cruise and want a balcony to enjoy the sun, before you go make sure you want to be Port or Starboard. We were lucky to have the sunshine all day every day. Erky's quiz question: How many Teets does a dog have? Answer: 42 Teeth. Yes, teets, that's what I said. Read Less
Sail Date January 2010

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