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Buenos Aires to the Transatlantic Cruise Reviews

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Stunning ship but overall experience language driven

Review for MSC Poesia to Transatlantic

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Kaeloxelus
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

This sailing was a repositioning from South America to the Mediterranean. Embarkation in BA was well organised taking only one and half hours from arrival at the cruise terminal to reach our cabin. One case was already there and the other arrived a couple of hours later. Neither was damaged. Correct protocols were followed for the emergency drill and the exercise was more professional than ...
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Sail Date: April 2018

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom


Not as nice Poesia cruise

Review for MSC Poesia to Transatlantic

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Sarica
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

The reason for this cruise was because the first cruise we did on the MSC Sinfonia from Venice to Durban was excellent. We thought it will be similar on a longer cruise like the Poesia and booked it already on the Sinfonia. We have not visited the countries as per the proposed iternary, hence the reason to select this ship and route. We were very disappointed that the amount of English speaking ...
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Sail Date: April 2018


Can't Grumble for the Cost

Review for MSC Orchestra to Transatlantic

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cruiserchad
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Now don't get me wrong, we really enjoyed this cruise and for the money we paid it was a bargain. However not having cruised with MSC before there were a few unexpected omissions compared to other lines we've used. Embarkation was swift as we were one of the last to board due to a prior trip to the Iguazu Falls, then it was straight into the lifeboat drill, where you not only had to take your ...
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Sail Date: March 2017

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom


From Buenos Aires to Venice with the MSC Magnifica

Review for MSC Magnifica to Transatlantic

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travelberlin
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Five stars for this cruise! Was it perfect? No.... But, I am comparing it with a crossing from Santos to Hamburg with the same ship 2 years ago and the MSC Magnifica has definitely improved. Besides that, once you get used to the imperfections of MSC cruises, or what you think are imperfections comparing to other cruise lines, you do not focus anymore on those issues. At least I do not ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


Great time

Review for Costa Pacifica to Transatlantic

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wolvesangela
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Had wonderful cruise from Buenos Aires to Savona, Italy.we are very seasoned cruisers and after reading some reviews a little worried no need to be, lovely clean ship inside and out! Food ranged from good to excellent,starters could have been main course .in 3 weeks the evening menu was never repeated, the service was probably some of the best and friendliest we have had in 16 cruises and the ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


Very good voyage with MSC Poesia

Review for MSC Poesia to Transatlantic

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travelberlin
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

I have been at the MSC Poesia before so I knew what to expect in terms of condition of the ship. The Poesia is a very elegant and beautiful ship. I had booked the fantasia category and I had a very nice balcony cabin on the 9th floor. Cabin attendant from Brasil was efficient and friendly and kept my cabin always in pristine condition. From my point of view the following areas were excellent and ...
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Sail Date: April 2014


BUENOS AIRES TO SOUTHAMPTON

Review for MSC Opera to Transatlantic

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forestgrump
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Embarkation was total chaos - it took an age to be called from the reception hall to check-in, then the check-in seemed very long winded. The cruise began with a four hour delay in sailing from Buenos Aires due to problems with the ship's engine(s) which meant we "missed our slot" on the River Plate. The following day brought another delay as unfortunately a passenger was taken ill and had to ...
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Sail Date: April 2012


Costa Victoria Homeward Bound - Buenos Aires to Savona

Review for Costa Victoria to Transatlantic

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Goldryder
10+ Cruises

The first two things that really strike you about Victoria is the amount of space in her public areas inside & out, and (more importantly to some) the almost complete lack of revenue driven areas on board. These two aspects are hand in hand in many ways, for example, Orpheus Grand Bar on deck 6 has a huge amount of unused floorspace, this is the same on deck 7 in the casino where large swathes of ...
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Sail Date: March 2011


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