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14 Night Mediterranean Cruise from Rome

14 Night Mediterranean Cruise from Rome (Civitavecchia)

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Rome (Civitavecchia)
  • Day 2
    Rome (Civitavecchia)
  • Day 3
    Naples
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Agios Nikolaos
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Jerusalem (Ashdod)
  • Day 8
    Haifa (Tel Aviv)
  • Day 9
    Haifa (Tel Aviv)
  • Day 10
    Limassol
  • Day 11
    Cruising
  • Day 12
    Rhodes
  • Day 13
    Mykonos
  • Day 14
    Athens (Piraeus)
  • Day 15
    Athens (Piraeus)

Viking Sea

Viking Sea - Viking Ocean Cruises

Pros

Destination-focused ship with superb dining and service

Cons

Lack of entertainment features like casino might turn off some

Bottom Line

Inclusive cruise provides immersive experience without high-end luxury pricing


Cruise Reviews

My husband and I wanted to see the Amazon and believed that this Viking cruise would provide us with that opportunity. We booked late last fall and as we only had a choice of four cabins, we ended up selecting a DV5 category cabin on Deck ... Read More
My husband and I wanted to see the Amazon and believed that this Viking cruise would provide us with that opportunity. We booked late last fall and as we only had a choice of four cabins, we ended up selecting a DV5 category cabin on Deck 4. Upon embarkation, we would quickly discovered that this was the smallest balcony cabin we’ve ever been assigned, not only in terms of square footage, but also in terms of storage space. However the public areas on the ship were well done and we spent quite a bit of time hanging out in the Explorer's Lounge on Deck 7, often going up for a late breakfast or early lunch on sailing days at Mamsen’s and then settling into comfortable seating to read or visit with other passengers while we kept an eye on activities along the Amazon. On excursion days we would go up to the World Cafe' for breakfast before heading out where we took many meals on the Aquavit Terrace on the ship's aft. We really didn't eat many meals in The Restaurant as service was slow enough that it only served as our go to spot for a late lunch or early dinner on sailing days. Our cabin grade only allowed us two dinners at the speciality restaurants, but we were fortunate enough to be able to grab a reservation on both Christmas and New Year's Eve. Afternoon tea at Wintergarden also became routine on sailing days, usually before taking in a talk at The Theater. The speakers were generally good and these presentations were usually well attended. The young crew also put on several stage shows during our three weeks at sea, the best one being their Christmas offering. Some of the included shore excursions proved to be disappointing, especially the last one on St. Thomas where we were driven in an open bus to the top of the island where we then disembarked to view the area. While the view itself was quite scenic, the FORTY MINUTES we then spent in the gift shop complex was more than a bit frustrating! Read Less
Sail Date December 2019
Disembarked in San Juan yesterday and I’m on my way back to Reno as I’m writing this. I was invited to join some friends on this cruise and had no real expectations or spot on my “Bucket List.” The ship was fantastic and was ... Read More
Disembarked in San Juan yesterday and I’m on my way back to Reno as I’m writing this. I was invited to join some friends on this cruise and had no real expectations or spot on my “Bucket List.” The ship was fantastic and was tastefully decorated for the holidays. Food was mostly exceptional with a few off days in the Specialty Restaurants. The World Cafe (buffet) was unlike any other ship that I’ve been on. Excellent selection of very fresh and creative foods. Each night a different theme. While on the Amazon you were struck with the wonder of how these people survive. Tourism is certainly important as is agriculture. Viking delivered the best that was available in each port and at sometimes it was a bit uncomfortable. During the port talks each upcoming stop was explained in detail...pros & cons. It is important to heed the warnings and not wandering off with only one or two. People there are desperate for income. This will be a trip to remember and I so glad I went. Give it a try. Read Less
Sail Date December 2019
We were asked by friends to join them. We had never been to the West Indies or on Viking. Everything from planning to leaving at the end was well done. Getting flights could’ve been better. They were booked so early they kept ... Read More
We were asked by friends to join them. We had never been to the West Indies or on Viking. Everything from planning to leaving at the end was well done. Getting flights could’ve been better. They were booked so early they kept changing not allowing connections to be made. Dealing with more airlines might’ve made flying easier and quicker too. Our room and the ship were beautiful and immaculate. Our steward welcomed us and explained everything to us. The food and waitstaff excellent. Everyone employed by the Viking sea went out of their way to be friendly and happy. We felt like we were part of a family. Entertainment fun and diverse enough. We enjoyed the learning experiences and talks. Would’ve been nice to have a little more time at some of the ports. Our guide ports were all quite good. We were rushed on some excursions. Thank you Viking. We’re going again in October. Read Less
Sail Date December 2019
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