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American Queen Voyages Montreal Cruise Reviews

Special guest singer! He was fun!
Empty lunch buffet at the grill half way through lunch.  salads but no sandwiches.  Patrons waited 30 minutes for it to be replenished
Soooooo relaxing . . . watching the barges ply the mighty Mississippi.
Natchez "Under the Hill"--a long-ago red-light district.
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Beyond my expectations - Victory Cruise Lines

Review for Ocean Navigator to Canada & New England

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MrCruz4810
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

Had the opportunity to experience the Victory II inaugural voyage. It was a great experience filled with amazing food, exceptional service and new friends. This ship is small, with great character, the best environment to receive a personal service. The staff knew my name and my diet coke for breakfast request by the third day. The all-inclusive excursions were very nice. I felt immersed in the ...
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Sail Date: July 2018


Loved the new Victory ll !

Review for Ocean Navigator to Canada & New England

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Glenda Rosado
First Time Cruiser • Age 40s

I was lucky enough to be part of the Victory II inaugural voyage from Montreal to Detroit and I loved the experience. I love food and I couldn't be happier with the delicious cuisine and service. Their two restaurants, the Victory Dining Room and the Lighthouse Grille are beautiful and they offer options to please everybody. The staff is amazing and I’m already missing them (Amelita and Lourdes)! ...
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Sail Date: July 2018


Best cruise we have experienced out of 11 cruises

Review for Ocean Navigator to Canada & New England

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Jeananncanoe
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

Delightful - best cruise we’ve had out of 11 cruises! Chose it for the destinations and the excursions. Wanted to go through the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Welland Canal, as well as the cities involved. Ship was nice small size (200 passengers), crew was superb, food was great, and everybody was friendly. We enjoyed cruising without the hustle and bustle of large ships. We particularly ...
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Sail Date: July 2018

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