Melbourne to the South Pacific Cruise Reviews

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FIRST AND LAST CRUISE - FIJI & NEW CALEDONIA 2024

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Grand Princess

Adriana Bramante
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

This was the worst travel experience of my life. It was our first time on a cruise and certainly the last with Grand Princess. This cruise is suitable for 60 year olds and above only. The cruise itself is extremely outdated! I wouldn’t even say it could pass as a family cruise. 1 of the 3 stops they made over the 2 weeks was an industrial area. We even did a tour and didn’t even see much at all. ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


Cruise the way you want (with no kids)

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Mumof2Adelaide
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

We chose this cruise to have some husband and wife time. Rest, relax, reconnect, and just have a good time. From the moment we arrived to the Port in Melbourne there was just a vibe, and we knew we were going to have an amazing time! We probably didn't rest as much as we could have but that was just because there were so many things to do and so much fun to be had all over the ship. From ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


VV Good and Bad

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Time for another Cruise
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

Love cruising so had to see what the hype was about with VV. * Food at the restaurant - went to 5; 3 were exceptional; 1 was good; 1 was very average. Favourite - Pink Agave - both food and service staff were fantastic. Special mention to Molla and restaurant manager Jenny. Very attentive and eager to make the experience top class. Least favourite - Gumbae - we were at large table; not ...
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Sail Date: February 2024


A refreshing change to cruising

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

ACTsolo
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Once you get used to the layout, it is an easy ship to move around. Despite the ship being nearly full, there were no crowds gathered, except for scarlet night, etc. The food was overall very good, but restaurant bookings were difficult to get if you couldn’t get used to the app quickly. There is not enough seats for everyone to eat at each of the restaurants. Prices for drinks, entertainment ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


Average

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Scottys
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

We left our room late on the first full day of sailing which left us in a bit of a scramble to find somewhere to eat. After walking around the ship we couldn’t find anywhere that wasn’t going to take forever to get something. I asked the staff for assistance in finding something I could eat right away due to a medical condition I was starting to not feel very well and was basically told that’s all ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


Not what we were expecting

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

NandN
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

The time frame suited us and we wanted to try Virgin Voyages. Also wanted to escape the North Queensland heat for a little while. We tried for at least 2 weeks prior to boarding to book Restaurants but the VV App seemed clunky and didn't work well. If we could get availability the App would re-start before we could make a booking. Once on-board there was little to no availability left at the 6 ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


Nobody told us to book restaurants and activities prior to boarding the ship

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Jujujude
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

I saw a flash sale and decided to try it out. The restaurants were nearly all booked out when we went to book on the first day. We managed to book the Test Kitchen for an early dinner, Razzle Dazzle for breakfast two mornings and one dinner and another one on the last night at 9pm for dinner (too late but could not get a booking any other time). The gym was booked out also and my ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Traveled with disabled person


One of the best cruises ever

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

abi2
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We’ve done about 20 cruises over the last 20 years with many different cruise lines. We were keen to try Virgin as the ads looked fantastic and it was new to Australian waters. It didn’t disappoint. The ship was gorgeous, the staff unbelievably friendly and helpful, and the food was to die for. We’re in an older demographic and were concerned beforehand that maybe we’d feel a little ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Traveled with disabled person


The perfect cruise

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Rebecca Straub
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

All the staff are impeccable. Couldn't fault this ship at all! The restaurants all were amazing and the food was to die for. JENNY from Pink Aguave was the most inviting, happy gorgeous human I have met in such a long time and I loved seeing her every morning for breakfast also. She rocks! The casino was so much fun and Seb (not sure if his spelling) made our 4 night cruise simply ...
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Sail Date: January 2024

Traveled with disabled person


Amazing time had!

Review for a South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady

Cruiser 99
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

The virgin voyages product/concept is what appealed initially and it delivered! Friendly and attentive staff at every turn in a clean and aesthetically pleasing ship, what more could you ask for! This was our second cruise with VV, would love to see some changes made to restaurant menus, 95% the same as a year ago. Shows were amazing tho the “older set” on the ship clearly hadn’t done ...
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Sail Date: January 2024


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