Havana to the Mediterranean Cruise Reviews

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Not Fantastic

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monellar
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

We decided on this cruise as a sudden addition to our bucket list - Havana (Cuba), St Marteen, Antigua, Madera - all in one sweep. Getting through Havana airport was an exceptional experience and one not to be glamorised in any way. We arrived at the ship quite late went through the obligatory photograph, not much in the way of a welcome, collected our cards then straight to our cabin and ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom


First MSC cruise but not the last

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on MSC Opera

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Babs5too
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise as it sailed from Havana and we disembarked in our home province of Alicante so we got to see Havana and the Caribbean with no jet lag! The cabin (inside fantastica) was spacious and airy due to the clever use of mirrors. Plenty of wardrobe space and room to move around. The entertainment team were great. Not to everyone’s taste I get that but the ship was big enough to ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom


False expectations

Review for a Cuba Cruise on MSC Armonia

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ferreyes
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

The excursions, terrible and very expensive. We have not been able to enjoy a "Caribbean beach". The ones we were taken to were so artificial and crowded. We returned from the excursions, organized by the same cruise, and the restaurants were closed, deplorable. You had to queue up for over half an hour to finally get a piece of pizza, or a hamburguer. Meal times not adapted to the different ...
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Sail Date: July 2018

Cabin Type: Suite


Try another company!

Review for a Cuba Cruise on MSC Armonia

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Kazcole
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

We have cruised with many companies and this has been the worst. Nothing to do with the places we visited - Cuba, Mexico, Belize, Honduras, Cayman Is and Jamaica, they are all amazing. The booking itself was stressful and I needed to send emails to various departments to get anything resolved - who puts a family of four two decks apart on different ends of the ship??And on the ship many staff are ...
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Sail Date: July 2018


Virgin Cruiser? Satisfaction guaranteed...

Review for a Cuba Cruise on MSC Armonia

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Pirata
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My first cruise in June '18 - booked late - within 3 wks of departure, through Iglu. Travelled with my sister whose husband was unfortunately unable to go with her due to illness - hence late booking, Sister is seasoned 'cruiser', having been on at least half a dozen - one of which had been with MSC in the Med. Having read various reviews both before & after, I have to say I was more than happy ...
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Sail Date: June 2018

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom


Great itinerary and cozy ship

Review for a Cuba Cruise on MSC Armonia

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ScandiCruiser81
2-5 Cruises • Age 20s

We chose this cruise because of the unique itinerary, which included 2 nights spent in Havanna, Cuba. We loved the route (Havanna-Montego Bay-Cayman Islands-Cozumel) and found MSC Armonia to be a cozy ship. Sure, the ship shows signs of wear and tear but we actually enjoyed sailing on MSC's smallest (and oldest ship). The public areas and restaurants never got crowded and it did not take many ...
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Sail Date: June 2018

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom


Positive experience on board Armonia

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Aussie Sharon
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

I was looking for something special for my birthday trip but had specific dates. I searched and found the Havana Cha Cha Fly Crusie from Melbourne, with three nights in Mexico City including the Pyramids and City tour all flights, the cruise and one night on land in Havana. It was perfect, places we had not visited, the right dates and price. After booking, I was concerned after reading ...
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Sail Date: May 2018

Cabin Type: Suite


Awesome!

Review for a Cuba Cruise on MSC Armonia

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Jonaish
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

I choose to book our cruise with MSC for the following reasons... Cuba, Itinerary, price, duration. We took a 2 week cruise on the Armonia visiting Havana, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Roatan Island and Grand Cayman. Our package included inside state room all inclusive. We flew from Gatwick to Havana with Air Europa with a change at Madrid. Transfer from Madrid was super quick and without hassle. ...
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Sail Date: April 2018


Terrible Food & Boring!

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fitness_emma
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

Stay away from this ship. Terrible food and boring as hell. It is the 4th cruise I have been on and was so bad. The waiter and bar staff were not friendly at all. Although I don’t blame them, one of them told me that they work months on end with no days off! Is that even legal? Shore excursions were average. No information about what to do if you didn’t do a shore excursion. The ship was late to ...
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Sail Date: April 2018

Cabin Type: Inside Stateroom


Gor the price i paid it was very good, But!

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spruce1964
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

i was a single traveler so cabin was ok,but would be a bit crampt for 2 but if u were to have a twin bed set up it would work better for u. i paid 600 pounds for 18 nights cuba to genoa excluding flights sthe service and food was ok but a bit like school dinners but again £600 no complaints. i would recomend the drinks package 288 good value ingludes cacktails all alcahol cofe exsetra.+ ice cream ...
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Sail Date: March 2018


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