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Lisbon to the Canary Islands Cruise Reviews

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Disappointing

Review for Seabourn Encore to Canary Islands

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jos12
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

The crew was vey friendly.Fantastic CD and ass.CD. They had a lot of humor during team trivia. The food was very disappointing. We had a friendly waiter at dinner who was always willing to get one specific wine from the daily available ones. Once I choose excargots; they were frozen, so I asked a new portion. That was a little better but still too cold. I liked nice cabin. Room enough and in ...
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Sail Date: March 2022


Pretty good cruise but not up to the normal standard yet

Review for Seabourn Encore to Canary Islands

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John117
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

In spite of all the conflicting information (you need a test before departure, you will be charged $100 if you turn up without one, you don’t need a test etc) from Seabourn pre cruise on their web site, direct emails and info via our TA we made it to Lisbon and to the ship. The Lisbon airport transfer to the ship was quite efficient in spite of panic setting in when our second bag didn’t ...
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Sail Date: March 2022

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite


Size matters. But...

Review for Wind Surf to Canary Islands

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M&PGermany
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

It is probably the main sales argument that Wind Surf only carries around three hundred passengers. And the ship certainly has great potential. Unfortunately, that potential is not used fully. This cruise’s itinerary, the ship being only 2/3 full, took us from Lisboa to the Canary Islands with 2 stops in Morocco on the way. The small island of La Gomera was probably the highlight of the cruise ...
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Sail Date: November 2015

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom


Comparison of the Star Pride with Club Med 2

Review for Star Pride to Canary Islands

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Jamoulle
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Boarding comfortable, cabin more luxuous than the 2 other ships. Bath tub in marble. From deck 5 on the Wind pride easy access to the front of the ship very convenient for sea birds and sea mammals photography. On club med 2 access is farer from the sea level . The star pride dining room is basically in the basement deck 3 access to outside dining is limited in size and by meteorological ...
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Sail Date: October 2015

Cabin Type: Ocean View Suite


Another Enjoyable Cruise

Review for Wind Star to Canary Islands

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MTJtraveller
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

A wonderful trip on Windstar. Embarkation is so easy and the updated rooms were beautiful. Though smaller than some rooms on larger lines we never felt cramped. Lots of time spent on deck. We left Lisbon to sail the coast of Spain to the Canary Islands. Weather in early November was on the cooler side but never cold. Early November in the Canaries is perfect weather actually. One port ...
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Sail Date: November 2014

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom


Lives up to its name and is a great value.

Review for Crystal Symphony to Canary Islands

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jls_84
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

My partner and I have served back to back tours in Afghanistan, so we wanted to make my R & R leave extra special, given that we haven't seen each other a lot these last two years. I also didn't have a lot of time to plan things, so we thought a cruise was the logical choice. We chose Crystal Cruises because I like a more formal atmosphere. In that aspect, Crystal delivered. The women always ...
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Sail Date: March 2012


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