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Montego Bay Singles Cruises Cruise Reviews
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NOT A Commercial Cruise....I like that....
"We don't like the huge ships. Coming from a small town, 3000 people is more than our cities population. My husband loves to sail. Star Flyer holds 170 passengers. We love the Carribean. Food was excellent...."Read More
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Tinatheloop

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

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Disappointed then pleastnly surprised

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - Eastern

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Orinb

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

This was a last minute booking for us so we didn't get to do a lot of research. We've cruised many times with larger cruise lines mostly American and family oriented. I am going to go over the first impressions first which weren't great but please read till the end. When we got to the ship we were really disappointed as it looked very dated. The cabins were small and my 14 year old daughter ...
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Sail Date: January 2017

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

Traveled with children

13 Helpful Votes


Welcome to Jamrock: reggae cruise scores with music, not with food

Review for Independence of the Seas to Caribbean - All

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NinS

First Time Cruiser

Age 40s

This was my first-ever cruise. It was the annual full-charter Welcome to Jamrock reggae cruise featuring several of the Marleys as well as an all-star cast of reggae stars past, present and future. I had a great time but found it to be a mixed experience. The performances were spectacular. Every artist did a lengthy set backed by their own band (which is often not the case at land-based reggae ...
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Sail Date: November 2016

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom

5 Helpful Votes


NOT A Commercial Cruise....I like that....

Review for Star Flyer to Caribbean - All

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Tinatheloop

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

We don't like the huge ships. Coming from a small town, 3000 people is more than our cities population. My husband loves to sail. Star Flyer holds 170 passengers. We love the Carribean. Food was excellent. We found some of the passengers a little stuffy. One British guy was upset I was dancing barefoot on deck after dinner. We did meet a nice little group of friends we enjoyed the entire ...
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Sail Date: March 2016

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

13 Helpful Votes


Theft on the 3rd RateThomson Dream

Review for Marella Celebration to Caribbean - Southern

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Janmarg

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We had a lovely week in Montego Bay in the Riu palace, would defiantly give that a 5 star rating. We were advised by Thomson rep to stay at hotel first as we would be disappointed with hotel after the cruise, this I might add was completely the opposite. We arrived at the Thomson Dream, first appearances, OK a bit tired, cabin was quite nice, no complaints there. The food during the day, ...
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Sail Date: March 2016

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

6 Helpful Votes


Crew Superb!

Review for Braemar to Caribbean - All

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Skyepye1

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

have just returned from panama and mayan temple cruise loved it.(6th cruise with FO) weather was fantastic. first time doing a warmer climate.crew as you come to expect with fred olsen were superb. Waiters in bar always knowing your favorite tipple. The cabin although narrow was kept lovely and clean by the stewardess . The food was good and the two dedicated waiters in the grampian ...
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Sail Date: January 2016

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

8 Helpful Votes


Fab cruise once again

Review for Marella Celebration to Panama Canal & Central America

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Nessielfc

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

After reading previous reviews on here I was a bit apprehensive about returning to the dream for what would be our fifth cruise with thomsons.However i neednt have been,Once again we had a fab time and will definately be cruising with Thomsons again next year.No issues with the flights, outbound was on time return landed 1 hour early,bit of a delay on boarding the ship but with 2 Manchester ...
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Sail Date: February 2015

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

Traveled with children


First and last time on Minerva

Review for Minerva to Panama Canal & Central America

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mjtravellers

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We wanted an interesting cruise on a small ship over Christmas and New Year and the " Mysteries of the Maya" cruise, visiting Central/South America and the Caribbean, sounded ideal. It was our fourth cruise, having been once on Azamara Quest and twice on SAGA's Quest For Adventure. We read Cruise Critic before we went and felt that and the Swan brochure gave us an ideal alternative to our previous ...
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Sail Date: December 2013

Departure Port: New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook)

6 Helpful Votes


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