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Surprise Ending

It was crowded, a fair number of people did not wear their masks and the seas were very rough.We had to wear masks in public areas.Read More
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10+ Cruises

Age 60s

The New galant lady In Antártica

I am honored to have been part of this voyage , being privileged enough to make it to Ushuaia and board the ship as an independent traveler this means that you arrive by yourself to the ship which in Covid times it’s not a simple task after flying from Santiago to Ushuaia and arriving on the same day with embarkation it was not simple task since my travel agent or the vendor do not inform the procedure to boarding on a cruise ship work today you must go to an assigned hotel where you will be screened for Covid via antigen or ocr test priority boarding the ship Once in all all procedures done we were allowed to embark through a shuttle from the hotel Once I’m bored life-changing mediately presented by a A private butler assigned to your floor cabin who will instruct I’ll procedures during your Voyage, my cabin was located on the eighth floor known as the penthouse suites deck , Although there’s two cabins on this floor there in that, penthouse And one of these was ours right next to the captains cabin , our cabin being a balcony room had ample space comfortable bed , Very well appointed but I was surprised there was no tub in the bathroom as to other shifts of the size, going to Antarctica means cold weather Very nice too and surprisingly to have the bathroom floors heated , unfortunately on our Voyage on the second day arriving to Teniente March Chileans base Captain closest deck number seven because of one Covid case therefore we missed two days waiting for the evacuation process of this passenger, in today’s cruise travel things have become more delicate we were handed in on arrival a wrist watch which is to monitor who do we socialize with therefore if any passenger came in contact with a positive Covid passenger this could be alert it through the system ,, what I felt it was an invasion of privacy but very effective therefore two passengers had to quarantine because socialized with the Covid passenger, It was and excitement in gourmet dining having the possibility to have a discipline Japanese chef in umiyama restaurant was incredible touch to the dining options , The shipping you I expected to have bit more drastic innovation, I must say I was disappointed in the top ninth floor viewing salon or piano observation lounge there were one clum in each side one with plasma and the other corner the piano , I thought this was poor design, the piano salud have been in the center as the bar and have unobstructed view , this is very well appointed in the SeabourQuest ,, service was exceptional the ratio on ynrrip wqa with.Only 140 guest : maximum is 200 the ship , finally the pool in the rear , rarely used but the JaccuZzy in the bow was superb for 8 peopleRead More
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10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Exceeded expectations!

Had a great mushroom soup but my salmon was over cooked and the greek salad was average at best.All other dining was great as well.Read More
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10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Onboard Super! Port of Miami Awful.

On return, once through Customs and Immigration, outside the bus that was supposed to take us to Miami Airport as a no-show.Hot and humid outside with no place to sit down for over 30 minutes until a bus appeared.Read More
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6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

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