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Spain Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews

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Aurora has class

Review for Aurora to Spain

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AndyMichelle
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

First time back on Aurora since the refit. Although we like the modern, larger ships, Aurora seems to draw us in. We had a fantastic time. We were allocated early dining on a table for eight. The first night we were alone so bagged the best seats near the window. The following night, 4 others joined us and we couldn't have wished for better table companions. We had some great laughs and ...
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Sail Date: June 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom with Bath/Shower


First real cruise and we chose a transatlantic!

Review for Norwegian Epic to Spain

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SilviB
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

I was celebrating a big birthday in April and our wedding anniversary in May so we decided to do something different - we usually do golfing vacations or visit family back in the U.K. So, we chose a 15 day cruise from Port Canaveral finishing in Barcelona. I did extensive research and also found the Roll Call on Cruise Critic invaluable as other passengers had great information to share. There ...
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Sail Date: April 2019

Cabin Type: Mid-Ship Balcony


Top notch

Review for Sapphire Princess to Spain

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beezageoff
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

The food and entertainment were excellent. The shows (including (Gareth Gates) were west end standards and the ships band were the best. A good choice of food was always available as was the ice cream, unlike P & O! We've been on most of the cruise lines before, including a previous Princess, but this has to be one of the best ships. The cabin steward, bar staff, restaurant staff, were so ...
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Sail Date: May 2018

Cabin Type: Balcony


Continental Coasts

Review for Marella Celebration to Spain

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madamgeneva11
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

This was my first cruise and had been recommended by friends to travel with TUI as it's more relaxed. The ship operates a cashless system. You are given a card which is linked to your bank account. Be warned, as soon as you get on the ship you are being harassed in to photographs, massages, the payable restaurants etc. This was very annoying and not appreciated the moment you get on the ship. ...
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Sail Date: April 2018


Very surprised from the off

Review for Marella Celebration to Spain

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NICKYMCN
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

We chose this cruise as it was a very good price and we needed to see some blue sky. I had read mixed reviews about the ship and was aware it was quite old and smaller than I had been on before, but it was truly lovely, the staff were wonderful, entertainment was great and and so was the food...no complaints at all. Sailed from Malaga and were able to have a good explore before we left as ...
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Sail Date: March 2018


Overall...not bad.

Review for Rotterdam to Spain

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Floridah
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise because we knew HAL would be an older crowd with not a lot of kids and we always wanted to see Spain. The embarkation and disembarkation went surprising well for us. The pro's and con's for the cruise... Pro's Cabin steward was excellent. Restaurant staff was great. Patrina the singer from the UK was great. Andrew the singer from Britain's Got Talent was ...
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Sail Date: March 2017


Mostly good to very good - despite Onslows

Review for Ventura to Spain

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Geronimo99
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Overall this was a pleasure with, if I want to be picky, a few grouches. Ship can get a bit overcrowded and shovey if you turn up at peak times for meals in buffet restaurants. Also, to be sniffy, some passengers would seem close chums of portly Onslow and family in that Mrs Bucket comedy series. Or the Royle family on their hols. Brits abroad who let us down. Swilling ...
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Sail Date: November 2016

Cabin Type: Outside Twin with Balcony and Shower


2star butlins on sea with health warning

Review for Rhapsody of the Seas to Spain

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Rbsn
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

Bad food. Poor quality mass production not quality . Ship well worn and needs major overhaul Chandelier fell on us in Viking lounge first night when leaving Rome Glass all over us. .And the Windows bonded in by Stevie wonder with silicone gun and timber dowels to stop it grinding against metal frame .as they falling out and badly fitted . Tiles missing around tiny pool area. ...
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Sail Date: October 2016

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom


Autumn Spain and France cruise

Review for Navigator of the Seas to Spain

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Mugret
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

Had a very good offer on an inside cabin so booked..we are actually going on the transatlantic repositioning cruise next month as well. Room was a reasonable size with good storage space, lots of room for all our clothes. The bathroom was a reasonable size. The main dining room was excellent, we had chosen 1st sitting, and our waiters were really good. The standard of meals in the Windjammer ...
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Sail Date: October 2016


Never Again

Review for Oriana to Spain

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Customer
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

This was my first time with P&O and on the Oriana. At first everything was fine and the crew were very lovely. We had problems with the air conditioning sticking on either too hot or too cold but we could forgive that as it was going in for a refit in November. Mid week a the Norovirus broke out and everything changed. The hygiene standards actually worsened and did not improve. They had no idea ...
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Sail Date: September 2016


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