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Yokohama to Seattle: HAL Repositioning Cruise

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Westerdam

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Synergy5
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

An cruise we always wanted to take especially since we disembarked in Seattle. Pluses: + The food and related service was excellent-- on par with our experience on a recent Viking River Cruise with understandably much more variety. + Our cabin was comfortable if a bit dated. + The ship's master/captain did everything possible to maintain our safety and comfort in rough seas. He is ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


A ROUGH RIDE, BEWARE!

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Westerdam

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OceanLoverUSA
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

20 year old ship, tasteless art, broken coffee machines, no water bottle filling allowed, rip off excursions, terrible rainy freezing weather in alaska, they closed the pools for maintenance most of the time, and then to top it all off, the bridge never got the memmo we were supposed to sail the inside passage and they went the wrong way. to say the mood on board was angry is an ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


Trans Pacific Cruise

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Westerdam

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Big Billy
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Cabin (8 th floor rear) noisy position. Underneath public deck. Noise from sunbeds being moved was very annoying Cabin staff brilliant and could not have been more helpful Officers standoffish Food average and repetitive. No draft beer. A small can of beer 330 cl cost $7.75 plus tax which was a total rip off. Ran out of English tea bags Entertainment poor especially with 6 ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


An onslaught of ineptitude

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Norwegian Jewel

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GlobeTrotter82
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

At first glance, you’ll see the list of complaints about all that Norwegian could have done better, and think that there is just another “Karen” out there. But, after a while, the small things start piling up, and what first appeared to be a couple of kinks in the system, soon become an absolute avalanche of incompetencies. But first, the good things: The rooms were spacious and clean and the ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with children


Great cruise on the Jewel

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Norwegian Jewel

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lorif
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

This was a first-time for us with a lot of sea days in the middle of ocean, and I wasn't sure what to expect but it was great! The crew aboard the Jewel had many choices of activities during our sea days, most free of charge. We did hit some higher waves for a couple of days, but the Jewel and her crew handled it perfectly (avoid the elevators and it was all good :) ) We embarked in Tokyo, ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


The Solstice Could Use Some Love

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Celebrity Solstice

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newmexone
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We are long time Celebrity cruisers beginning back in 2010. We do prefer the older ships to the Edge class ships as we like having separate spaces to enjoy rather than the very noisy atrium arrangement on the newer ships. That being said, the Solstice is definitely in need of refurbishment. I remember when Celebrity went through the process of what they called Solsticizing some of their older ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Excursions need improvement

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Seven Seas Explorer

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BMW702
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We signed up for this cruise as a 30-day trip covering all of Japan and then crossing the Pacific to Alaska and ending in Vancouver, so we were surprised to find that a majority of those who boarded with us on April 1 disembarked on April 13 and were replaced by several hundred new people. Not a big problem, and we probably would have done the same as we did because we wanted to see as much of ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Oceania Regatta - Time For A break

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Regatta

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The Canadian Cruiser
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

We are avid travellers and have been on numerous cruises including many with Oceania. Here's an overview of our most recent cruise with Oceania on the ship Regatta. The food is very good when it comes to your table hot. There were a few times in the dining room when the food was luke warm and we were served food on plates and bowls that were chipped or damaged. The buffet food is hit or ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Love the smaller ship experience

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Regatta

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MFC LV
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We boarded in Papetti and cruised the lovely Pacific Ocean. We had done the reverse of this cruise from LA to Papetti 5 years ago but the10 hour flight back on Air Tahiti Nui in coach overnight almost ruined a wonderful trip. This time we did the reverse taking a daytime flight to Papetti and cruising back. Much better idea! We were welcomed on the ship like it was old friends. The staff is well ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


Oceania is not what is used to be.

Review for a Transpacific Cruise on Regatta

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Mabell1
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

We booked the pre cruise hotel in Tahiti with Oceania Le Tahiti. It was overpriced relative to the website listing and it was certainly second rate. The room was dingy and it took several tries to get the AC to work. The staff was not only not helpful but at times could best be described as surly. Oceania asked for full passenger info and photos to get a boarding pass and upon checking in ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


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