124 Cruise & Maritime Voyages Magellan Cruise Reviews

Just returned from a great cruise to St Petersburg on CMV's Magellan and thought I'd write a note to allay the fears of others who may have been concerned about some of the early reviews. To cut to the chase, CMV offer very good ... Read More
Just returned from a great cruise to St Petersburg on CMV's Magellan and thought I'd write a note to allay the fears of others who may have been concerned about some of the early reviews. To cut to the chase, CMV offer very good value but you don't get all the frills that I suspect you'd expect from more expensive cruise lines with newer megaships and all mod cons. You're going to be upset if you want a champagne lifestyle for beer prices, but if you want to travel comfortably on a pleasant ship with an excellent crew then read on. As we live in SE London, the coach transfer from Victoria made sense, and was reasonable value at £25 return. Embarkation was straightforward and cases soon arrived at our outside cabin on deck 6 - clean, quiet, surprisingly spacious with plenty of storage space, very comfortable beds and a great powerful shower. Take extra hangers though, if you're packing clothes for more than a week or so. The ship itself is a nice size - large enough to be able to find some space to oneself if you want to escape, but small enough to feel like a ship rather than floating apartment complex. There's plenty of deck space but the sheltered spots are taken quickly; the pools are small (think dip rather than lengths). Sinatra's Bar was a nice place for a cocktail or evening drink, listening to the pianist and Hampton's Bar was a treat in the late evening when the superb pianist and violinist played some lovely classical pieces (and more modern songs that had been rearranged in a classical way). Shows in the main lounge were of a decent standard, with excellent choreography, dancing and lighting occasionally let down by average singing from some performers. The house band are superb. More variety in the style and format of shows would be nice and sight lines in the main theatre are tricky - too many pillars and screens make it difficult to find chairs with an unblocked view. The two restaurants are comfortable and self-service buffet area fine if you would prefer a more relaxed setting...as long as you avoid the busiest periods when finding a place to sit could be quite challenging. A tip - breakfast in bed is free and you avoid the crowds, so if you're happy with fruit, cereal, yoghurt, juice, toast and tea/coffee this is a very nice option. As for the food generally, it was always at least adequate and often rather better than that; not haute cuisine but decent. House wines were good (£15 a bottle for Spanish reds and whites) but if you move up the wine list to spend in the low to mid £20s you don't get a big jump in quality. Cocktails and spirits are cheap - around £3.50 each. We took advantage of the £85 voucher offer for five bottles of wine and ten litres of water, which worked perfectly for us; the £17 per day drinks package may work for people who expect to drink a lot more. Sadly tea and coffee were a let-down. You can pay extra for decent coffees but the standard fare was average at best, and tea tasted mostly of chlorinated water. PS CMV, no cruise line offering a "traditional British" experience should allow Lipton tea anywhere near their ships - inexcusable tasteless brew! The crew work incredibly hard and were unfailingly friendly and helpful. We couldn't praise them highly enough and there were numerous examples of them going the extra mile to help people have a great time on board. There were plenty of activities available, geared often for an older age group; if CMV would like to attract more younger customers this is an area they might want to develop - quizzes, craft classes and ballroom dancing appeal to a particular demographic.... And some more lectures/talks about the ports would be nice too - beyond a sales pitch for the ship's excursions. Talking of those, we mostly did our own thing but the ship excursion from Warnemunde to Schwerin Castle in Germany was excellent, and we appreciated the free shuttle buses laid on in a number of the other ports. A very full two day package we organised with SPB Tours in St Petersburg was absolutely superb and I'd wholeheartedly recommend it for people who want to be a bit more adventurous than the ship's coach tours. In summary, we booked this cruise for the itinerary rather than the ship and were a little worried about the latter. We needn't have worried - we had a great time and perhaps the best way I could conclude this review is to say that if Magellan was doing another itinerary I was interested in, I'd have no hesitation in booking again if the price was right. It's good value at the discounted and two for one prices you can often get from CMV - perhaps less so at the full sticker price, but I'm not sure many people paid that. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
This was my second time on Magellan and I had a wonderful holiday. It was relaxing and the itinerary and weather were fantastic. Very good value for money. A special mention to all the staff on Magellan who are friendly and very hard ... Read More
This was my second time on Magellan and I had a wonderful holiday. It was relaxing and the itinerary and weather were fantastic. Very good value for money. A special mention to all the staff on Magellan who are friendly and very hard working, they certainly go the extra mile. The food I found was very good indeed. Some people complained about the size of the portions but with five courses for dinner, how much food do you want? I am a large person with a big appetite and was more than satisfied with the variety and amount of delicious treats. The soup was especially mention worthy. First time I had lemon soup. Very refreshing. The only reason my review does not give five stars are the lack of seating and size of some of the public spaces. The library is too small and the show lounge seems to have too many pillars and Perspex screens for a decent view of the stage. As the weather was very good a lot of people were on deck but I'm not sure if I could go on a cold weather cruise on Magellan. The casino which was barely ever used could be changed to more seating I think. My cabin was great. Shower best on any ship. Great supply of hot water with really good force. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
We booked this Scandinavian Cruise in Dec 2014 before Magellan was launched with Cruise & Maritime. I had read some truly shocking reviews and was very apprehensive. We need not have worried as had nothing to personally to complain ... Read More
We booked this Scandinavian Cruise in Dec 2014 before Magellan was launched with Cruise & Maritime. I had read some truly shocking reviews and was very apprehensive. We need not have worried as had nothing to personally to complain about on the ship. We have been with P & O many times previously so expected our car and luggage to be taken same as Southampton. So was a bit of a surprise when it doesn't work like that at Tilbury. You have to go to a car park and get a complimentary bus back with your luggage. This was not a problem but be aware if you have been with other cruise lines before that it is different. Cabin 4117. Low mid ship. Very nice room, spotlessly clean. It does have an engine noise constantly, but we both like that so was not a problem for us. Dress code was more or less upheld by most, I actually enjoy getting on my glad rags, but the crew did not seem too fussy if people preferred not to dressed up. Food was yummy! As much as I love P & O I think the food in the Waldorf Restaurant was actually better. I have a gluten free diet and the Waiters could not do enough to accommodate me. Talking of the Waitiers, on Table 181 (2nd sitting) they were the loveliest two waiters, so happy, curteous, friendly and very helpful. Was very impressed with both of them. One evening the buffet was full of the most wonderful food. It was a true spectacular thing to see, flowers and animal made from vegetables and fruit. Delicious cakes and drinks etc Carvings of all sorts it was truly brilliant. Got some great ideas. Those Chefs had worked so hard. The ship is nicely proportioned. Plenty of inside seating areas. Tasteful decorated bars. Big show lounge with usual cabaret type shows. Which were entertaining. Pianist and classic music in other bars. Scots Disco which stayed open the latest. Loads of sunbeds for sunny days and loads of deck space. Did not do any daytime activities as not really interested in the choice, mostly aimed at older guests. To be fair average age was 65+ years. We are 54 and 49. Only a suggestion: it would have been nice to have a Cinema on board with some modern films on sea days for younger ones. I had read previously about lack of public toilets, which I find a bit odd as they were dotted around everywhere on the ship. I have to say not brilliantly signposted but they are there. Cruise went to: Amsterdam - was walkable from ship. Went on a water boat for a trip which was a very relaxing way to get a good look about. Hamburgh - complimentary 15 minute coach journey. It was not my favourite place to visit as it was a Sunday and lots of shops were closed and did rain a bit. Copenhagen - was walkable from the ship. A very nice place to visit. Again took a boat tripand ship did not leave till 10pm so was very relaxed and no rushing back to ship.. Helsingborg Sweden - complimentary coach. We took the Ferry to Helsingor (which is actually Denmark) and hired some bicycles from a camp site which we really enjoyed as allowed us to get beyond usual tourist places and saw some lovely beach areas and scenery. Only problem was got back to the last coach to the ship by the skin of our teeth - last coach 6pm so perhaps would not recommend going across if time restraints. Aalborg - was docked right on the town. Lovely place to visit. All in all we had a great 8 days. Note: Our friends were on same cruise on deck 7, inside cabin, they said that the walls were very thin between cabins. Although everyone was asleep at night so they were not disturbed at night time, but were woken up each morning by loud voices in next cabin. So personally would recommend a lower deck. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
We wanted a relaxing break with no fuss and good service and that's what we got. The Magellan may not have the panache and facilities of many more modern and larger ships but if you want a more intimate traditional cruise that is good ... Read More
We wanted a relaxing break with no fuss and good service and that's what we got. The Magellan may not have the panache and facilities of many more modern and larger ships but if you want a more intimate traditional cruise that is good value then this was hard to beat. The food was fine and they accommodated Gluten free dietary needs very well which was a big plus. The buffet restaurant was probably average by other standards but the Kensington and Waldorf restaurants were excellent. We had an inside cabin which was roomy, clean and modern. The staff were excellent and could not have been more helpful. This is a new ship for CMV and there is some fine tuning to be done for sure but they have a good all round liner here. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
We just returned from an 8 day cruise on Magellan cruising to Amsterdam, Scandinavia and Denmark sailing from Tilbury. Embarkation was amazing quick, very impressed. Cabins were great, a lot bigger than we expected, as usual the ... Read More
We just returned from an 8 day cruise on Magellan cruising to Amsterdam, Scandinavia and Denmark sailing from Tilbury. Embarkation was amazing quick, very impressed. Cabins were great, a lot bigger than we expected, as usual the steward does an exclnt job of looking after u. Bar and restaurant are all exclnt, can't fault anything about food or drinks. We did buy a drinks package for £140 each.... After adding up our bar receipts it was deff worth it lol. The cocktails to die for lol Entertainment were amazing, they work soooo hard. The nite shows were brilliant, big shout out to Lee who kept us entertained lol. Just a shame there wasn't more going on in the day. Pools were cold do didn't use them, mind 1 pool was out of order all week. Jacuzzi 's were lovely and hot. Ports of call were great, we did go to Hamburg on Sunday and it was cold and everywhere closed!!!!! All in all had a great trip, fellow travellers aswell as staff were all great Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
Recently did around British Isles cruise sailing from Tilbury Port of London with CMV on the Magellan. We booked first,then got around to reading reviews.I know,- wrong way round! Anyway after reading the reviews we were left more ... Read More
Recently did around British Isles cruise sailing from Tilbury Port of London with CMV on the Magellan. We booked first,then got around to reading reviews.I know,- wrong way round! Anyway after reading the reviews we were left more than a little apprehensive to say the least,(particularly concerning The Marco Polo reviews although this was not the ship we were sailing on). WELL WE NEED NOT TO HAVE WORRIED. First check in and boarding.From parking in CMV car park ( a little expensive at £143),cases into van,us onto bus for short transfer to ship,a swift and smooth form filling and photo,we boarded,went to our cabin and there were our cases already waiting outside our door. From turning the car key parking up to inserting the cabin key in the door- ABOUT 30 Minutes.THAT IS IMPRESSIVE and hassle free. SHIP.- Absolutely NO COMPLAINTS.Clean and comfy. Staff and Crew.-Friendy helpful and efficient. FOOD.-Excellent,vairied and plentiful whether using posh restaurants or informal bistro. Entertainment.-Plenty and of reasonable standard. Itinerary.-Excellent with good shore trips. Another good point is that the drink prices are NOT heavily loaded.About the same as you would pay in your local.However opt for the "drink package" at £17 per person per day and this could be expensive unless you drink like a fish! However the onboard shops are a little limited in there range and selection of goods. All in all a very enjoyable cruise and we considered good value for money. One other highlight.The secret garden at the back of the ship.One deck down from the promenade deck and protected by the above overhang.Astra turf,comfortable garden furniture style seating and tables and electric wall heaters left on all the time.A quiet,romantic warm area with views back over the stern,- a perfect place to enjoy a quiet intimate drink after dinner,and on our cruise seemingly undiscovered by most of the passengers. NOTE.- this cruise was a "no children"and the average age must have been in senior citizen range,BUT does not imply it was old or fuddy duddy in any way although Sinatra's dance club was a little under attended. Can Recommend. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Embarkation at Tilbury was efficient and well organised. We had ocean view room on deck 5. Spacious and clean. Plenty of hanging space and hangers. Shower room was a good size with powerful shower. Our cabin guy, Constancio, was ... Read More
Embarkation at Tilbury was efficient and well organised. We had ocean view room on deck 5. Spacious and clean. Plenty of hanging space and hangers. Shower room was a good size with powerful shower. Our cabin guy, Constancio, was excellent. Very thorough and professional, polite and spoke good English. The understanding of English from some of the front-line staff was poor. Also some basic information on arrival could have been better ie: food was being served on arrival, lifeboat number was on life-jacket as well as on cruise card. This would have saved us from being in the wrong area, but also because staff didn't understand our question, in English! Also staff just stood waving paddles with numbers on instead of explaining they were to indicate which lifeboat group you were in. Daytime activities could have been better although we were happy to relax and read. Evening entertainment a bit 'sad' but the guest entertainer, Steve Terry, was excellent. Also Richard, the cruise director was excellent. Would advise people not to book an excursion in Eidfjord which includes nature centre, waste of money. Excellent day in Bergen, made all the better by beautiful weather. Flam railway trip also very good. We dined in the Waldorf and found the food excellent. We were also blessed with good companions on our table. We chose to breakfast in the Kensington and lunched in the bistro. My only criticism would be guests not using the sanitising gel on entering the food places and also not using the tongs provided to retrieve their food. Come on, we're all grown ups and are well aware of noro-virus so buck up and consider your fellow passengers if not yourself. The midnight buffet and food carvings was amazing but again a few people spoiled it by being greedy and not leaving certain foods for others. Did you really need 6 large prawns on your plate??? Disembarkation was also well organised and efficient. Would definitely cruise with CMV again. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
We chose this cruise due to the very low priced last minute offer, for £295 each for an inside cabin,we felt it was a bargain. We hadn't cruised with Cruise and Maritime before and read the reviews with some trepidation. We ... Read More
We chose this cruise due to the very low priced last minute offer, for £295 each for an inside cabin,we felt it was a bargain. We hadn't cruised with Cruise and Maritime before and read the reviews with some trepidation. We were placed in an inside cabin forward on Deck 4 (the lowest passenger deck). Yes there was some engine noise, but not worse than we have experienced on other ships. Our steward Svitlana, kept the cabin spotless and always enquired about our day. The shower was probably the best we have experienced on board any cruise ship. The passenger areas were spotlessly clean, the only problem was finding seating in the buffet restaurant for breakfast and lunch, but seats were always available in the formal restaurants. We always ate our evening meal in the Waldorf Restaurant. There was always a good choice of food in all the restaurants. The ports of call were good and the fjords spectacular. We were tendered ashore in Flam which only adds to the cruise. Evening entertainment was typical cruise ship fare, dancing,show,disco,the cruise director was really good and seems able to turn his hand to anything. All in all a really enjoyable cruise, our only gripes would be that there is not a facility to make tea or coffee past 22.00hrs and that if you were on a long cruise there aren't any self serve laundry facilities. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I paid under £600 for two people for this trip. Where else could a couple spend £100 per night full board, with entertainment and travel to the beautiful ffords? The Magellan is not the Ventura or similar so travellers must moderate ... Read More
I paid under £600 for two people for this trip. Where else could a couple spend £100 per night full board, with entertainment and travel to the beautiful ffords? The Magellan is not the Ventura or similar so travellers must moderate their expectations accordingly. Instead think about how little you have paid to be doing something many others would love to be able to do. The dining experiences were excellent with a midnight special in the Raffles bistro where exquisite food sculptures were on display being a highlight. The evening entertainment was on par with other ships I have enjoyed bar Disney who excel in this department. Steve Terry a comic and singer was very entertaining. The inside cabin we had was roomy enough for two although the ac was a little noisy. One area of improvement I have suggested is that there needs to be more activities on sea days. I'd particularly like wine or beer tasting, Q&A with the captain, towel folding classes and more exercise classes. Overall CMV cruises offer extraordinary value and I do wonder how it is financially viable for them to have such low cost cruises. But long may they continue. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
After reading some very scathing reviews we arrived in Tilbury with some trepidation! After dropping off our luggage we found the car park easily -where there were plenty of friendly staff to direct us to parking bays. One minor bad point ... Read More
After reading some very scathing reviews we arrived in Tilbury with some trepidation! After dropping off our luggage we found the car park easily -where there were plenty of friendly staff to direct us to parking bays. One minor bad point - the buses wait until they are packed full before setting off back to the cruise terminal - not a very comfortable experience. Embarkation was fine - although the building is a little run down - the friendly staff more than made up for the wait to board. We found all the staff we encountered throughout our holiday polite friendly and helpful and on one occasion extremely patient with an elderly gentleman who was hard of hearing. The food was generally very good - we always ate in the restaurants for dinner - always well presented with extremely polite, accommodating waiting staff. We usually had lunch in the Bistro on deck 10 - this was a bit of a free for all - and sometimes difficult to get a table ( mainly because of people sitting chatting rather than freeing up the tables for other diners). The food at lunchtime was well presented with plenty of choice (the ice cream is really good). Breakfast was probably the only meal we thought could be improved upon - I usually have porridge but only tried it once!!!! The cooked breakfast wasn't very good - cold and at times greasy - although there was plenty of choice with fruit cereals and croissants etc. It was the same in all three restaurants. The entertainment on board was typical - quizzes (not to be taken seriously) were hilariously funny, port talks were informative and thorough. We had a guest speaker on our cruise John Eddleston, who gave four talks about crime and punishment - and on one of them we, the audience, were the jury - a very interesting topic. There were craft demonstrations, dance classes and keep fit. Evening entertainment was very well presented - Cruise Director Richard Sykes (an enthusiastic and very talented host) was supported by a young and vibrant team of singers and dancers. There were also daily quiz shows - again not to be taken too seriously. In all plenty of choice - so something for everyone. The shore excursions were not cheap - but when pricing the activities individually it wasn't too expensive. Although the day we were in Bergen the weather was abysmal - and as we'd booked the funicular and the cable car we thought it would be a waste of time - however our very knowledgeable local guides made up for it. Disembarkation was excellent, very well organised. In summary for the price we paid it was an excellent holiday - the ship is not as up to date as others we've traveled on, however the excellent staff made up for this. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
My goodness after reading the negative reviews I was dreading our cruise but I really don't know what all the fuss is about some people seem to go on a cruise to moan! This was our third cruise the last two on Marco Polo but first ... Read More
My goodness after reading the negative reviews I was dreading our cruise but I really don't know what all the fuss is about some people seem to go on a cruise to moan! This was our third cruise the last two on Marco Polo but first time on Magellan. We live close to the port and when we arrived it was very busy but well organised and we were soon on board and shown to our cabin by a very friendly member of staff, and our cases were waiting for us. We found it easy to find your way around, it was very clean and all the staff were helpful, polite and friendly. Lots of bars to choose from inside and out - weather permitting. We had our evening meal in Kensington restaurant and the staff and good were great. We was on second sitting so didn't leave the restaurant until late and if like us you are not interested in the entertainment Sinatra's bar is a good place for a night cap. The Bistro does get busy and people hogging the tables at lunch is something maybe the staff need to address but the food was good and a great selection. We took thermal travel cups with us which you can make tea or coffee in at the tea station to take back to your cabin. We also bought the on board drinks package which was great value although the drinks are not over priced. We didn't experience any engine noise but maybe we were just lucky. We were on level 5 and our cabin was spacious, clean, with complimentary shampoo and soap, clean bedding and towels very day. We were very well informed about everything the daily programme which was delivered to your cabin daily was great. The Fjords are beautiful and although reached by tender was very well organised. We loved it, maybe this size ship is not for everyone but each to their own. We will definitely be travelling on the Magellan again am looking forward to it! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I booked this cruise just ten days before departure, and was stupid enough to read the reviews after booking. Must say I was dreading the experience as all the reviews were extremely negative. Anyway I think I must have been on the wrong ... Read More
I booked this cruise just ten days before departure, and was stupid enough to read the reviews after booking. Must say I was dreading the experience as all the reviews were extremely negative. Anyway I think I must have been on the wrong ship. Despite some difficulty getting the tickets due to my late booking I found the the cruise to be a wonderful experience. Our luggage was taken from us at Tilbury car park and returned outside our cabin on board ship. Our cabin an outside one on deck 6 was emmaculate. The crossing was smooth and the food was of excellent quality and plentiful. The crew were so polite and helpful at every juncture particularly Dina our cabin steward who was always bright and sunny and our waiters in the Waldorf restaurant Shelfii and Serhii. Alright the entertainment wasn't West End quality but it was made up for with enthusiasm. If you are going on a cruise for the first time don't lay the negative reviews put you off. Go with an open mind and I'm sure you will be positively surprised. After all you can't please all of the people all of the time. Will certainly book again with this company on board this ship. Should add this is the first time I've ever been compelled to write a review about anything. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I sailed on the Magellan from Tilbury on 4th June for a short cruise to Amsterdam and Antwerp. I am a nervous driver so impressed at the ease of driving to port from my home in Rugby (M1,M25, short bit of A13, short bit of dual ... Read More
I sailed on the Magellan from Tilbury on 4th June for a short cruise to Amsterdam and Antwerp. I am a nervous driver so impressed at the ease of driving to port from my home in Rugby (M1,M25, short bit of A13, short bit of dual carriageway and then ship is in front of you - easy peasy! Dropped suitcase off shipside and then told I needed to drive about a mile back inland to park car in Tilbury Container Port. Friendly staff at car park (very secure) and soon on shuttle bus back to ship. Sailing time was 1600 - so impressed to have a boarding time of 1215 - in time for an included lunch - best calamari I've ever had. I love London Cruise Terminal - red brick building with stained glass windows - you half expect a film crew to be there filming an episode of Poirot set in the 1930s! Left Tilbury in gorgeous sunshine after a very thorough and reassuring lifeboat drill. Pleasant enough first evening meal in restaurant on first sitting. Average first night show in main 'theatre'. As other reviews have stated, slightly restricted viewing from pillars and perspex if you sit upstairs! Had very noisy night in cabin for first night - no idea why! Was fine for next two nights! Nice choice of breakfast as we turned round in Amsterdam - dedicated egg station is always good! Efficient disembarkation and enjoyable stay in the city - ship docks centrally! Have been there twice before on cruises so have done canal trips and zoo in the past. This time I opted to visit the Maritime Museum - excellent and easy walk from cruise terminal. One tip - Nemo is nearby - is free to climb to the roof garden for great panoramic views! Another tip - Dutch customs & immigration give you the full scale X-Ray, belts off etc departure experience. Don't expect to nip back on ship for a quick (included) meal and then back onshore - because you'll have to go through the whole rigmarole all over again! Show on second night was "Music from the Movies". Was really enjoyable. Much happier with my cabin (6002) for subsequent nights - a twin reserved for single use at a good price - and no further noise! Ship couldn't have docked any more centrally in Antwerp - short stroll to the cathedral and other historic sights. Saddened to see some very negative comments posted online about this particular cruise. This cruise had some problems with toilets on certain decks. CMV gave affected passengers a generous on-board credit. In summary: 1) Great parking (once I found it!). Friendly staff and brand new Ensign bus ready to take me to the ship via fascinating tour of Tilbury Port. 2) Loved the opportunity to board early at 1215 for a 1600 departure - time for an included lunch - and the calamari was the best I've ever had! 3) Efficient and friendly boarding, Done by Entertainment Staff as per my previous Marco Polo experience. 4) Nice historic terminal - loved the stained glass windows 5) Generously sized twin cabin for solo use 6) The "Music from the Movies" show on second night was excellent. 7) Cabin kept immaculate by Olena, my cabin stewardess - never had my pyjamas folded so neatly! 8) Friendly table drinks service from Toma Andriana in Hampton's Bar. 7) Mega-efficient disembarkation - ship cleared by customs and immigration at 0708 and I was back in my car by 0730 - brilliant! And home in Rugby (108 miles away) two hours later after painless journey on empty A13/M25/M1! I had a great cruise and passed on my comments (some positive, some negative) to CMV Customer Services directly rather than having a public rant on the internet (like this site) first. Was nice to get a written reply to my concerns. Have no hesitation in booking again! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Had a lovely time on the Magellan sailing to Amsterdam and Antwerp, a very nice ship.. Very good prices in the bars, food was very nice especially the evening meals..Beds were really comfortable... I can't really see why people are so ... Read More
Had a lovely time on the Magellan sailing to Amsterdam and Antwerp, a very nice ship.. Very good prices in the bars, food was very nice especially the evening meals..Beds were really comfortable... I can't really see why people are so negative about this ship... this was myself and my daughters first cruise and we enjoyed it very much... We would definitely go on this ship again... Lovely!! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Yes, we too had a few trepidations about the cruise on the Magellan based on some of the negative reviews we'd read...but we really, really enjoyed our experience! First thing you have to accept is that this is a MIDsized ship and if ... Read More
Yes, we too had a few trepidations about the cruise on the Magellan based on some of the negative reviews we'd read...but we really, really enjoyed our experience! First thing you have to accept is that this is a MIDsized ship and if you are used to a lot of amenities, a lot of entertainment options and the big casinos of the larger cruise ships, you may be disappointed. If these things are important to you, you might want to book a cruise somewhere else. The Magellan is very clean, the crew is unfailingly polite and friendly, the food is very good and the cabins are comfortable. There are a lot of places inside to sit and meet up with friends, to read a book or just to look at the scenery. It was very cold on our cruise, so we did not sit outside very much, although there was a lot of deck space available. The cruise was adult only and that also added to the serenity and peacefulness of the experience. Our cabin was on 6 forward and it was quiet (we did talk to some people whose cabins seemed to have more noise than ours...). We booked the 9 night cruise, which included a trip to Amsterdam and Antwerp and then to Norway. We are very pleased with Magellan and would not hesitate to recommend them. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Three day Amsterdam/Antwerp cruise. I was a bit worried prior to sailing as I had read some unfavourable reviews. I have to note that this review is based on my own experience which was mostly positive. There are other reviews, both on ... Read More
Three day Amsterdam/Antwerp cruise. I was a bit worried prior to sailing as I had read some unfavourable reviews. I have to note that this review is based on my own experience which was mostly positive. There are other reviews, both on this website and others, from people on the same cruise who experienced very loud engine noise (seemingly the lower deck forward cabins) and some horrendous plumbing problems: non flushing toilets, intermittent water supply and in some cases, flooded cabins. Thankfully I did not experience any of these problems myself. If you are happy to have a relaxed attitude and appreciate that this is a ‘budget’ cruise then you will have an excellent time. If you are expecting a very high standard, you may be a little disappointed. Embarkation was swift and easy. (As was parking at the terminal if you have paid for it.) Cabins are spacious and comfortable. Hair dryer provided although not very powerful. If you have long or thick hair or want to do lots of styling, you may want to bring your own. Shower was good – powerful enough. No complimentary toiletries (although there is shower gel in a wall mounted dispenser) and no tea/coffee making facilities (the guidebook actually forbids ‘water heating’ in cabins (?!) but everyone I met was using their own travel kettle). Spare blankets and beach towels provided. Beds comfy but narrow. May not be quite so comfy for anyone a bit taller or wider than average. The tv in room has a reasonable range of basic UK channels plus a ‘cruise route’ channel. Engines can be quite noisy, especially when they suddenly go into thrust mode and I heard some people complaining about poor sleep quality but it didn’t bother me particularly. No it wasn’t quiet, but in my cabin it wasn't bad enough complain about. Maybe I was lucky with my cabin location. (Deck 7 Aft) All staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The bar, food and cabin stewards are permanently smiling and always happy to exchange pleasantries. Any problems (we had a couple of very minor issues) were dealt with pleasantly and efficiently. Food is excellent. Two formal restaurants (although you have to queue outside for them to open at the designated time – it would have been nicer to open perhaps 15 mins earlier and allow people in at their leisure) and a casual Bistro with a wide selection of buffet style foods. (Although finding a seat there at busy times was a problem.) We had one formal night and two smart/casual nights (I had previously read contradictory notes about whether there would be a formal night on such a short cruise and indeed some of the staff seemed unsure as to whether there was a formal night.) Also be aware that dinner can sometimes take a couple of hours so if you want to see the show the show lounge (scheduled for after dinner) you may have to leave dinner early. (Second sitting dinner is 8.30 with the show starting at 10.30 but on the first night we didn’t get to the show until after 11pm and although we made it on time the next night, the last night we had to rush dessert and skip coffee.) Bar prices were very reasonable (£4 for a cocktail, under £1.80 for a cappuccino) The cabin and the ship itself were very clean and tidy and everything appears very well maintained. However, this is a new ship (to this company, at least) with a new itinerary, and some things were a little disorganised. e.g. Dinner on the first evening seemed a little haphazard. Several people were not seated in their requested groups or table sizes and there seemed to be a lot of ‘jiggling people about’ and scribbled out names on seating plans. Also the Lifeboat drill took far too long. Members of the entertainment staff were our ‘team leaders’ and they openly admitted they had not performed this task before. As instructed, we walked single file from the muster station to ‘near’ our allocated lifeboat but then waited whilst staff realised we should have gone in a different order as we now didn’t have room to walk past another group already in situ by their lifeboat. We had to back up and use a different entrance. Not a big problem on the day and no-one was complaining but ultimately this is one of the ‘serious bits’ of cruising and this didn’t instil much confidence. (I’m sure this will be sorted out in due course when the staff have performed the drill a few times.) I was disappointed with the standard of the evening shows from the in house entertainment crew. All ents staff were extremely hard working (the singers often finishing the main show then immediately appearing in one of the lounge bars.) and deserve mention for that - all dancers/singers smiled throughout and looked happy and enthusiastic - however the general standard of performance was more on a par with that of a student show. Choreography was quite dated and dancers looked very young, inexperienced and lacked ‘oomph’. The singers were pleasant enough but needed more personality. Again – they were ok, just not great, so don’t expect a West End style standard show. The Cruise Director however, was very good. Good voice, good personality and stage presence. He definitely ‘lifted’ the shows. A tip for the show lounge/theatre – seats downstairs have a better view. Seats upstairs are nicer but have glass partitions and lots of metal work and pillars which obscure the view quite badly. I was also disappointed that the pool was closed. I had read in the small print beforehand that the pool is empty at night and also during port days (due to some ‘port regulation’ which I have never come across before on other ships) - which on a city break cruise of two days meant the pool was never filled. At least I knew in advance but nevertheless, a cruise without a pool is very disappointing. Although passengers were mostly of retirement age, there were plenty of people in their late 30s/40s so it didn’t feel too much like an ‘elderly’ clientele. Adults only, so no kids clubs etc. May be of interest to nervous passengers - - in conversation I asked one of the shore excursion team if she new why we had made an unusual turning manoeuvre in the middle of the night (you can watch the route on the tv in your cabin) and she explained that the captain had chosen to sail around a storm. She went on to say that she had worked on several ships with several captains and that this one was the best, being highly skilled and extremely safety conscious. He adjusted our departure time from one port to avoid the oncoming storm - another cruise ship berthed next to us planned to keep to the original time and apparently was stuck in port for several hours longer.) On the whole if you have a reasonably relaxed attitude and appreciate you are on a lower cost cruise then Magellan is great value for money, clean, comfortable, efficient and you will have a great time. If you are used to cruising with the bigger companies or expect everything to be almost perfect, then you may be disappointed Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I feel people are being far too harsh in their reviews of this great ship. I have been on a number of cruises, including Cunard's flagship, the Queen Mary 2 - So I feel I am in a good place to review ships, especially having ... Read More
I feel people are being far too harsh in their reviews of this great ship. I have been on a number of cruises, including Cunard's flagship, the Queen Mary 2 - So I feel I am in a good place to review ships, especially having experienced so many in the past, and the Magellan exceeded expectations. Boarding in Dundee was swift and efficient. Not at all rushed, but at no point did we have to wait. Staff members were friendly and polite. One first impressions the ship was smaller than our previous cruises, but seemed well maintained and in good condition - especially taking into account her age. Our room was the largest cabin we have every stayed in! Very specious. En suite also very roomy. There was 2 of us in our cabin and at no point did we feel cramped. Ample storage space. The restaurants on the ship were very nice. Again staff very friendly. I did find the selection of food sometimes difficult, and wish there were simpler meals (but maybe that's just me!) Saying that the food didn't disappoint and was always delish. The only other niggle here was the short service times. Part of the fun of going on a cruise I believe is having a wide selection of food on tap 24/7. I'm only 19, and the average age of guests was about 120 so I was somewhat out of place, and already knew that there was not going to be 100's of things for my age group. But I enjoy just strolling around the ship and reading a book. Since we were travelling to Norway it wasn't bikini weather (though this didn't stop some...) and the pools were empty for the duration of the cruise, but I could see that they would be lovely in a warmer climate. Price of drinks onboard were very good value. As a mean Scot myself I don't like forking out hundreds of pounds on a cocktail - and this was the first cruise I've been on where you didn't have to sell your car to enjoy. A wide selection of tasty drinks were available and always provided with a smile. Service could be slow at peak times. To round up. I thoroughly enjoyed my time onboard C&V's flagship. For the price I really can;t complain! Hope they come back to Dundee soon! Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
I boarded the Megallan in Dundee and our cruise finished in Newcastle. Boarding was very easy and quick, leaving was even quicker as we had a train to catch and the staff ensured we got off early so we could catch it. All of the staff on ... Read More
I boarded the Megallan in Dundee and our cruise finished in Newcastle. Boarding was very easy and quick, leaving was even quicker as we had a train to catch and the staff ensured we got off early so we could catch it. All of the staff on board the ship were excellent, all spoke English well and they had clearly been trained in customer service. Our Cabin was spotless with very comfy beds and lovely new cotton sheets, good quality duvets and pillows. We had a power shower and were issued with clean towels every day. We had first sitting in the Kensington Restaurant. Each evening we had a wonderful five course hot meal with coffee. The service was excellent and the food good quality. Breakfast was a bit of a free for all though, food was good and plentiful but we preferred to eat at Raffles for breakfast, as you could have as much tea and juice as you wished. We also had afternoon tea and lunch at Raffles because it was less formal. You can also eat outside on the deck if you wish. There is lots of food, with lots of choice. Furthermore, for £17 a day you can drink as much wine, cocktails, soft drinks, beers and spirits as you wish. The red house wine is very drinkable! We did our own thing on land. There is not a lot to do in Flam or Eidfiord except walk or go on the train in Flam.It is much cheaper to do your own thing. In Bergan you can get a Bergan Card for £20, which gives you free access to museums, art galleries and the Funicular Railway, this is very good value. Entertainment on board the ship was good and the speaker was excellent however, the theatre is badly designed with lots of "blind spots". There is a lack of seats on board, with a lot of wasted space in Scotts Nightclub which I never saw anyone in! Also, there is no shop on board to buy toiletries, papers, magazines etc. In addition to this, the library has lots of books but they are locked away for most of the day, which I couldn't quite understand. This was our first cruise so we have nothing to compare it too. We asked some other couples on board who had cruised before how it compared to other cruses. One couple said very well because it was a small ship and this is what they preferred, another couple said it wasn't as good. Either way we enjoyed it! Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
As the eternal optimist, there were so many negative reviews about Magellan, that even I was getting downhearted. As usual I should have trusted my own instincts. I cruised on Discovery last summer enjoying it thoroughly, so booked ... Read More
As the eternal optimist, there were so many negative reviews about Magellan, that even I was getting downhearted. As usual I should have trusted my own instincts. I cruised on Discovery last summer enjoying it thoroughly, so booked Magellan when it came online. Boarding at Dundee, I arrived at the appointed time and was on the boat in less than 10 minutes. My cabin was huge, nice big shower with piping hot water and comfy bed. The only niggle with my cabin was (and I think all ships are the same) the hair dryer was rubbish and the plug slightly too far from the mirror, so there were some contortions going on. Food - I was pleasantly surprised, much better than I expected for the very reasonable price, and seemed to get even better towards the end of the week, but I quickly learned to eat in the main dining rooms as the Raffles Buffet was a complete free for all and rarely could you get a seat in it. The ship has an unusual layout with the galley in the middle meaning that you sometimes had to go up a floor and down a floor to get to where you wish, but you are on holiday, how quickly to you need to get anywhere? Cabaret is not my thing, I have never enjoyed it. Friends dragged me to the ABBA night, but as ever I just find it really cheesy - the quizzes were quite fun, the speaker good and I went on some great excursions. Richard did some Victoria Wood Songs and that was fantastic - laughed till I cried. The weather was good and scenery fabulous. I think cruise and maritime are still feeling their way with this new to them ship, at times there seemed to be a lot of staff hanging about doing nothing, then at the busy times,in the bars before meals - one or two people would be going like the clappers, perhaps they will sort out some of the niggles as she is now in dry dock for 45 days - I am back on board in August sailing to the Baltic, will report again then. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
WE have never cruised before but were delighted with the whole package from CMV on their new ship Magellan. Embarkation was orderly and efficient, car to cabin took about 20 minutes total time, where our luggage was waiting - so much ... Read More
WE have never cruised before but were delighted with the whole package from CMV on their new ship Magellan. Embarkation was orderly and efficient, car to cabin took about 20 minutes total time, where our luggage was waiting - so much better than flying. The cabin was small but perfectly clean and comfortable and was serviced twice a day by the lovely Natalia - tidied and beds made each morning. Each evening the bed was turned down, blinds drawn and the side light left on to ensure a welcoming ambiance on our return to the cabin at night. Bathroom again small but serviceable, with a great shower , although extra lighting in here would be better. The Waldorf restaurant was superb- beautiful and well presented food with friendly and efficient staff and Silver Service. Excellent selection of food, including at the Raffles Bistro upstairs. Entertainment was better than we expected - Rhys was great compering the daily quiz among other things, the band were excellent, particularly Katerina on the violin plus the chap on the saxophone, also the pianist (accompanying the singer Melissa) was really good. Waiting staff were always busy but remembered whole lists of orders and who they were for. Excursions were expensive, but on a par with other cruise lines. Lectures on the local area, etc, were really informative . My spouse became unwell during the cruise and had to be admitted to the Ship's Infirmary - the experience from start to finish was professional and reassuring, giving us great confidence . The doctor Ivan and nurse Bran were thorough, explaining everything clearly and giving advice and reassurance as well as the essential medical care and recommendations for ongoing treatment. This included a consultation via the internet with a land based Cardiologist - very impressive. They dealt with the Travel Insurance company directly and we had no expensive calls to make. Wi-fi on board was free, although slow at times, but we were crossing the North Sea ! For the price, we were really impressed with this cruise and will definitely be sailing with CMV again. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
Having read some terrible reviews about this ship we were not expecting a great cruise.We wwere proved wrong. We thoroughly enjoyed it and have booked again for December on the same ship. It was a 7 night cruise from Newcastle to Dundee ... Read More
Having read some terrible reviews about this ship we were not expecting a great cruise.We wwere proved wrong. We thoroughly enjoyed it and have booked again for December on the same ship. It was a 7 night cruise from Newcastle to Dundee and then on to Norway. (Review menu will not allow me to choose Norway.) As background, my husband and I are 53 and a very young 60 and have cruised around 30 times with many cruiselines, including Celebrity, Cunard, RCI, Princess, Fred Olsen, Costa, MSC and others, so we have a benchmark for comparison. EMBARKATION We were given a check in time of 12.40 and advised not to arrive before that. Of course, we arrived 15 minutes early, got a coffee in the nice cafe in Newcastle Cruise Terminal and strolled up to check-in at our given time. No queue at all, a quick process and straight onto the ship. We were pleased to be personally greeted and escorted to our cabin. CABIN Unlike many premium cruiselines, our cabin was ready on boarding and luggage arrived fairly quickly. We had been upgraded from an Inner to an Oceanview and were very pleased with it, Yes, the ship is 30 years old, but the cabin was clean and comfortable, quite spacious with loads of storage, flat screen TV, safe and a decent sized bathroom. We did miss having a fridge, but it was not a major issue. We had single beds on arrival and asked for them to be made into a double. This had been done when we returned from dinner that evening. We had Elena as our Steward who was very friendly and had the cabin made up as soon as we left it every morning and evening. She made us some novel towel animals on 2 nights as well. PUBLIC ROOMS The ship has a very modern feel and is well laid out with most of the bars, restaurants and entertainment venues on decks 8,9 and 10. We bought the all inclusive drinks package for £17 per person per day which was great value and included wine by the glass, mixed drinks, beers and cocktails. It was nice not having a large bar bill at the end of the cruise! We loved Sinatra's Bar and the staff there especially "Tuna" were all great and friendly. Service could be a tad slow at busy times but if it was, we simply grabbed a seat at the bar and were quickly served. DINING I was not expecting the food on Magellan to be very good but again I was incorrect. Breakfast could either be taken in the busy but completely satisfactory Raffles Buffet or in the Main Dining Room. We choose the Dining Room most mornings and the food was of a good quality with plenty of choice. Most was self service although omelettes were cooked to order and were delicious and juice/tea/coffee was served by waiters. Raffles Bistro was open for lunch although we prefer the Dining Room where we enjoyed excellent fish and chips one day and a curry on another day. The buffet also has a curry station most days and pizza available from noon until 18.00. Afternoon tea was available in the Buffet everyday from 15.30 until 16.30 and consisted of cakes, biscuits and scones. Fresh fruit was always available. Dinner in the Dining Room was great. It was a full 5 course menu every night. A highlight was the Lamb Shank with mash which just fell off the bone. The Ginger Chicken was also a delight. Our waiter, Carlton, soon picked up that my husband and I liked our food with a kick, so he brought us Tabasco Sauce every night without fail. Boris, the drink waiter, knew we had the package and our wine was ready at every meal as well. On the second formal night they did a Baked Alaska parade which was great fun. They also presented us with Easter Cake on Easter Sunday. A minor niggle was the speed of the meal, which was rather fast, but not a major problem. We did not feel pushed out of the Dining Room at the end and quite often sat and chatted with our table mates. ENTERTAINMENT There was the usual daytime entertainment with quizzes, line dancing etc. There was also a very good guest speaker who gave several interesting afternoon lectures. Up to date films were shown in the Main Show Lounge as well. There was little on deck, but as we had snow and freezing temperatures, this was not a surprise! I would imagine that the decks and pools would be well used in summer months. There was also a good comedian onboard who did two different shows on two separate nights. The Broadway type shows were average enough but fine for 45 minutes after dinner! The bars were very lively into the small hours as was Scotts Nightclub. EXCURSIONS We only booked one as we prefer to do our own thing, but we enjoyed it. A good lunch was provided and plenty of spare time, so no issues. DISEMBARKATION Hassle free. We were staying overnight in a Newcastle hotel so did not want to get off too early. As we had the first tags, we requested later ones from Guest Services. This was no bother and we were literally last off the ship well after 10.00am. Luggage waiting and off we went. SUMMARY We have no complaints whatsoever about this cruise. It was not up to the luxury premium standards of Celebrity or Cunard, but then again, we paid about one quarter of the price we pay for those brands. Quite simply, it was exceptional value for money, a fun cruise, good mid sized well appointed clean ship with helpful crew. What more could one ask for? We did hear a lot of complaints on our cruise but most were trivial and a problem is not a real issue if it can be solved. Some folk just like to complain! My husband and I would not hesitate to board the Magellan again and are already looking forward to our Christmas Market mini cruise on her in December. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
Booked this Taster cruise for 1 night from Tilbury to Newcastle. Flew down from Newcastle and arranged car pick up from gatwick. Embarkation Very busy and a lot of sitting around, however once checked in it all went smoothly. Booked a ... Read More
Booked this Taster cruise for 1 night from Tilbury to Newcastle. Flew down from Newcastle and arranged car pick up from gatwick. Embarkation Very busy and a lot of sitting around, however once checked in it all went smoothly. Booked a superior outside on 7th deck. Cabin was very spacious, clean and comfortable. Once settled we went to restaurant for lunch, open buffet, hot and cold, food was ok, nothing special but reserved judgement until dinner. We had a stroll around ship, which was really quite nice, very clean public areas, nice bars and sitting areas, staff were friendly and helpful. Safety drill pretty organised and went ok, afterwards we then popped to Sinatras bar for a drink and relax. Drinks are very reasonable, £3.80 for a large beer, all cocktails around £4, large glass of wine £5. Very pleasant area with guy playing piano, nice relaxing atmosphere. Plenty of room to get ready in cabin, shower was fine. I would take your own coat hangers as there were only 3' not a problem on a 1 night cruise, but certainly not enough for a 7 night. Dinner was served in Warldorf restaurant, we were originally booked on early sitting but wasn't a problem to change. Dinner I must admit was very nice, nice menu, all served and presented well. The restaurant itself was bright, and clean, my only worry was the booth seats, nightmare to get in and out, especially if your sat with people you've only just met which we found out at breakfast the next morning. Anyway we went to show room afterwards which I really liked, great space, with comfortable seats and plenty of room, show was good, nice costumes etc, good dancers and singers, waiter service a little slow. But they were very busy. Afterwards went to Scott's nightclub, which really finished night off brilliantly, great mix of people all dancing and having fun, great music. Very good nights sleep, comfortable beds, very little noise, breakfast was chaotic as everyone turned up at same time, head waiter did his best to organise and we eventually got seated but as explained earlier very difficult in booths when self service, but food was fine, plenty choice, slow in bringing tea/coffee. Overall, we were pleasantly surprised, we didn't expect too much with previous reviews, then again we did not pay a lot of money. There were some people moaning around ship, but sometimes I would like to remind them, if they want P&O service then pay P&O prices, I have been on 9 cruises Including celebrity, Royal caribbean & P&O. So was this cruise value for money? Yes I think it probably was. I know it's difficult to judge off 1 night, but a fellow passenger who was on board and a seasoned cruiser, is booked back on for Feb 2016 and was also pleasantly surprised and glad she booked. I would definitely say ship is about a decent 3* rating.   Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
This cruise started at Tilbury and we were embarked just 15 mins after our time of 10.45. We were welcomed on board by a line of staff and escorted to our cabin by a very polite steward. First impressions were good with a spacious inside ... Read More
This cruise started at Tilbury and we were embarked just 15 mins after our time of 10.45. We were welcomed on board by a line of staff and escorted to our cabin by a very polite steward. First impressions were good with a spacious inside cabin. We had an enjoyable lunch served in either the buffet or dining room. Sailing was late due to problems with delivery butthere was plenty to do. There was a lot of open deck space and various lounges. The theatre was lovely, 2 tier and the show was an Abba tribute which was quite good, We also saw a comedian. We were also served afternoon tea and our 7 course meal was very good. The dining room was very spacious and the food good. We even had a Baked Alaska parade. In the morning breakfast was quite crowded and served in the dining room or buffet with lunch before we left the ship. The only down sides were the lack of public toilets, there were several but mainly large disabled ones for one person. The queues for ladies and gents were huge. Disembarkation was slow mainly caused by passengers blocking the reception area and there was also a medical emergency.All in all it was exceptional value and we would cruise on Magellan again. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
Down to Tilbury for an overnight on board "Magellan"going...... nowhere! Ship looks nice. Good shape and looks in good condition. check In; OK!. a problem with the cabins , 3 allocated of 2 x couples! but we sorted that out ... Read More
Down to Tilbury for an overnight on board "Magellan"going...... nowhere! Ship looks nice. Good shape and looks in good condition. check In; OK!. a problem with the cabins , 3 allocated of 2 x couples! but we sorted that out ourselves We had very little time to see around the vessel as we were booked in for early sitting dinner We then showered, changed and we had a quick look around Free drinks were offered, very nice and bars looked really good then straight into dinner.. Next problem, the table allocated to us, a party of four, was occupied by two people who despite being asked by the waiter to move, point blank refused ( how polite!) So we were then ushered a round the Waldorf dining room, wandering around looking for a table for four ( At this point there was a long queue waiting to get in and despite his best efforts the waiter struggled but eventually found us a table. ) The food in the restaurant overall, was good. Menu nice . Meat OK, Cesear salad excellent. Baked alaska. !!! no comment! wine included very nice thanks. 7/10 The show was fair-good. Dancers, lighting, theatre; all good. in fact very good. Singers a bit on the ‘weak’ side. needed stronger voices for the songs chosen but over 8/10 Cabin was warm overnight . With no obvious A/C adjustment !! but Bedding and towels were new and ok cabin and bathroom clean and larger than normal . 9/10 Overall ships appearance was good 9/10 Biggest problem appeared to be language . most staff could not understand English very well. They were polite and very pleasant but English comprehension was poor.. Apart from the cabin mix up . overall fair/good 8/10.   Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
Magellan Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.0 3.7
Dining 4.0 3.6
Entertainment 3.0 3.2
Public Rooms 4.0 3.6
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.2
Family 1.0 3.2
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.5
Enrichment 3.0 2.9
Service 4.0 3.9
Value For Money 5.0 3.6

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