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Sail Date: June 2017
MSC is one of the best cruise companies in the world. The staff very kindly. Balcony cabin with all the details you need. The entertainment and activities inside the cruise are very good, Northern cities are gorgeous! Our first cruise ... Read More
MSC is one of the best cruise companies in the world. The staff very kindly. Balcony cabin with all the details you need. The entertainment and activities inside the cruise are very good, Northern cities are gorgeous! Our first cruise with MSC has been spectacular, we did it with our friends in two balcony cabins and it has been impossible to get bored, the ship is a city in the sea, if you want to be relax you got it, if you want to dance for hours you got it. My favorite moment was every day in the evening at the jacuzzi or the pool. Something I did not like too much were the photo shoots before the dinning, I know it is the staff job, but the insist too much even if you decline. But I insist: I know is a part of their job, and I understand it If you have any doubt about which company cruise to choose, this is a guarantee of success. Proof of it: in November we will repeat! I already have the cruise! this time Mediterranean cruise in MSC SPLENDIDA. Read Less
14 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
Our seven day Norwegian Fjord cruise aboard the MSC Fantasia was “extremely disappointing”! We upgraded to Yacht Club class which has some advantages compared to the standard package but it is not what they advertise and ... Read More
Our seven day Norwegian Fjord cruise aboard the MSC Fantasia was “extremely disappointing”! We upgraded to Yacht Club class which has some advantages compared to the standard package but it is not what they advertise and claim it to be. We give the highest compliments, praise and thanks to our butlers, the staff in the private lounge and restaurant, [L’Etoile]. They were always happy, friendly and provide great service catering to our needs. They were the best part of the cruise. Private lounge is quiet and spacious; the staff and bar tenders are wonderful plus it is a great place to escape from the 3500 other people on board. However you cannot order any food; your only choice is a minimal selection of appetizers, nothing more. After paying extra to upgrade to all-inclusive you still pay extra for certain items/drinks/booze. Private top deck, bar and restaurant was poor. When at sea it is windy and cold thus you cannot stay up top, the bar and restaurant close; the pool is cold and not usable, the hot tubs are cold and way over chlorinated. The restaurant has a set menu, limited selection of foods which no one seems to eat, poorly prepared, stays in the bins and gets cold. You cannot order anything extra or special; you must go to the buffet which is not what we payed extra for. Private restaurant, [L’Etoile], is at the back of the boat while all other Yacht Club amenities are at the front of the boat, an inconvenience as you must navigate through the throngs of people on your way to the private restaurant. All of the staff in L’Etoile was friendly, helpful and provide exceptional service but the menu has a limited selection for lunch/dinner. Breakfast menu was good; overall the food we enjoyed was good but not fantastic. Boarding with butler service was good. We were greeted, checked in and escorted on board past the long line up to the private lounge. When you go ashore the butler escorts you down and past the crowds to the gangplank, this service is excellent and well worth some extra costs. Getting back on board after a day in port, you are on your own, long line ups, crowds, hurry up and wait. MSC should provide a separate private entrance for Yacht Club members. Long line ups and wait times for the elevators especially getting off or back onboard and at all meal times, it is faster to take the stairs. Room service was good, fast, a nice selection of foods and snacks on the menu and for Yacht Club there was no extra charge. Internet is a satellite system which provides poor and slow internet, not worth purchasing. Our phone/sim card provided us with fair connections in all ports and sometimes at sea. There are free Wi-Fi places in all ports although very busy seem to work well. There are no self-serve laundry services on board; the butler can have your laundry done for $30 euro’s, you need 24 hours to have it done and returned to you.  No items are provided free, such as a carry bag or lanyard for your boarding card; there is nothing for free. The main buffet is divided into stations which have minimal amounts of food and poor selection. Food is European based; pasta, pizza, fish, sliced meats, cheese, breads, fruits, salads and some specialties such as turkey or roast pig. Overall the buffet is mediocre to poor; the bins were mostly empty and are not replenished quickly. Service was almost non-existent as the servers are busy cleaning tables. Sometimes one side of the buffet is closed forcing large numbers of people onto the other side making it even more crowded and less enjoyable. Yacht Club restaurants are limited as mentioned above; you are forced to eat in the buffet, which is not pleasant. You must deal with crowds and noise, not an enjoyable dining experience. We paid for Yacht Club dining and service but in many cases you are forced to the buffet or public restaurants which also have limited menus, not worth the extra money we paid and not what we expected nor were led to believe. Overall we are very disappointed with the Yacht Club amenities. For Yacht Club class in the buffet, other bars or ice cream parlor the servers do not know or understand your purchase/drinks are all included. They try charging you and you must explain and/or argue to have it at no charge, sometimes the supervisor must get involved. If you do not watch this carefully you will be charged extra. There were two specialty restaurants on board, but again at an additional cost even though you are Yacht Club. Shore excursions in all ports were limited. MSC sells tour packages which you can purchase for half the cost once you get off the ship. We suggest getting off the ship early, get your excursion tickets and get on the train, bus or boat before the crowds arrive. Most port side vendors and shops are extremely overpriced. Copenhagen has a hop on-off bus which is reasonable; it is a long way into town. You can tour the city and see the sights; we did the bus and canal cruise which was a fair value but you are with large groups and crowds so you stand in line for everything. There are various options for the hop on bus so check before you agree to purchase or else you will end up buying a larger package than you may need. In Geiranger you dock in town and can walk to the large water fall. There is not much in this small village to see or do. The bus tour to both sides of the valley was reasonably priced with adequate time to get off and take pictures as well as fantastic views. Other than a boat tour there is nothing else to see or do. In Flam you dock downtown, can walk the whole village in ten minutes, there is not much to see and the vendor prices are ridiculous. There was a train/bus tour which is expensive if you purchase it from MSC, the bus part being nothing more than a drive back. We did the train tour up and down the valley; it was spectacular, we purchased our ticket at the train station. If you want to do the “Norway in a Nutshell” tour you needed to have pre-booked it online as the tourist information bureau does not sell it and were not helpful. In Stavanger the ship docks downtown, you can walk everywhere but there is nothing to see. The three hour fjord tour/cruise was nice and reasonably priced. Some shops and vendors but prices are high and unreasonable. Sailing from Kiel to Copenhagen is overnight, [12 hours]. Sailing north from Copenhagen to Geiranger, [38 hours] and returning south from Stavanger to Kiel, [36 hours] is a long time at sea on board the ship with not much to do, very boring. We experienced fair weather but if it was stormy I suspect this would not be pleasant. During this time activities on board are mainly designed to get more money from you with purchases of jewelry, colognes or perfumes, souvenirs, trinkets, in the casino or arcade games and of course photography people constantly taking your picture. Smoking is allowed in the casino and on the lido deck next to the ice cream salon, not a wonderful experience enjoying smoke with your ice cream. Not an environmentally friendly or responsible company/ship. As you go in and out of the fjords with their fragile eco systems the ship pollutes the atmosphere with exhaust fumes which hang in the air / fjords long after the ship has past, truly not environmentally correct. In port there is a constant exhaust from the ship which hangs in the air. Entertainment is fair, the stage shows are good. Individual entertainment at the various bars should be rotated through the various venues giving guests different entertainers rather than the same thing day after day. Public swim pools are very crowded, people have their toddlers in the pools / hot tubs in diapers and you know what’s in a diaper, most unpleasant for sure. There is an extra service charge of $10.00 euro’s per day per person which you do not notice in the fine print. As yacht club class this should not be charged, it is just another money grab. There is a UNICEF donation automatically charged to your account, which you can refuse to pay. Our experience with MSC, the Norwegian ports of call plus the extra costs upgrading to Yacht Club is disappointing; it was surprising how little we actually received. The cruise line has reduced services and amenities to a bare minimum but charge top dollar; you do not get much for what you pay. Thank goodness we upgraded to Yacht Club; at least we got something for our money although it was not much, it did make the cruise experience tolerable compared to being with the masses. We will never do another large cruise ship adventure and certainly not with MSC lines. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2017
Despite upgrading to Yacht Club it was simply not worth the money spent. The cabin and staff were fine, but it was being on board a large ship with so many people that one felt crowded no matter where in the public spaces you were. ... Read More
Despite upgrading to Yacht Club it was simply not worth the money spent. The cabin and staff were fine, but it was being on board a large ship with so many people that one felt crowded no matter where in the public spaces you were. Trying to find a seat in the buffet or to sit and listen to music in the evening was difficult. And the noise levels, one could barely have a conversation amidst the din. I think that if the Yacht Club had provided a better selection of meals in their restaurants and entertainment in their lounge we would never have left that area of the ship. And been happier for the experience. The ports of call were okay, but in Geiranger and Flam there was limited things to do on shore unless you were on a trip. We would not recommend this ship until it undergoes a major refit. Read Less
20 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We are regular cruisers but this was our first experience of an MSC ship. We chose the cruise for the Itinerary - the Baltic and the Fjords of Norway. The Fantasia is an impressive and magnificent ship The cabin was excellent and the ... Read More
We are regular cruisers but this was our first experience of an MSC ship. We chose the cruise for the Itinerary - the Baltic and the Fjords of Norway. The Fantasia is an impressive and magnificent ship The cabin was excellent and the bed was the most comfortable we have experienced on a cruise, There was plenty of storage space and the balcony was not cramped. The main Dining room has fixed seating for most of those on board. We had opted for a table of 6/8 at the early sitting because part of the fun is meeting new people. This didn't happen and we were given a table for 2. The quality of food was varied from very good to some very tough meat dishes. Service in the Dining Room was quick and efficient. However, the choice of food was very ordinary and we were surprised to be asked to pay 19 euros extra for a steak or 21 euros for a lobster, which are part of the normal menu on every other cruise line we have enjoyed. This resulted in large numbers of guests opting for the Buffet restaurant. This occupies a very large area, but is just not large enough. Finding a seat, any seat, was a constant problem at every meal time. The choice of food there was good without being exceptional. The entertainment was very good, but had a 7 day cycle. This meant that the second week was a repeat of the first, which was disappointing. There are numerous Bars on the ship and it was never a problem to find a seat. Obviously the more popular venues were very busy. Things that irritated were being bombarded by staff pushing the drinks packages during the first days of the cruise, the surcharge for a steak of lobster in the Dining Room, battling for a seat in the Buffet and little things like having to pay for water and 3.50 Euros for the ships newspaper. As usual, the waiters and other staff were delightful, with many coming from Bali - gentle cheerful people. As you tend to do, we compared our MSC cruise with those we have enjoyed on RCI, Norwegian, Holland America and others. We had originally planned to join the Fantasia on the Caribbean cruise that is being currently heavily promoted for this winter, but have decided to look elsewhere. MSC is not for us. Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
Good value for money for a 7day cruise to the Baltic with excellant itinerary. The Fantasia was a lovely ship , with lovely decor with the Italian touch. Due to the low temperatures on deck, most passengers we're inside and it appeared ... Read More
Good value for money for a 7day cruise to the Baltic with excellant itinerary. The Fantasia was a lovely ship , with lovely decor with the Italian touch. Due to the low temperatures on deck, most passengers we're inside and it appeared very crowded on sea days. The theatre was large to accommodate nearly 4000 passengers . The shows were very average with most acts being mimed . There were only two proper singers who took the main roles on every show each night.The scenes were never changed. Food was very nice and tasty and plenty. However, the hard sell of special food for gala nights , was very annoying. In fact the hard sell on drinks packages was never ending. No water was offered at the dining table. Water had to be purchased every night. The embarkation was a nightmare. Thousands of passengers gathered outside the embarkation door which was very small. When the small door was opened. all hell broke loose with a mass rush with pushing and shoving. The biggest MSC let down was from their customer services, pre cruise. Tried to find out if they knew of any methods of transport from Hamburg airport to Kiel. Was abruptly informed that MSC had no information and it was up to passengers to sort that out, even though all I required was their opinion. Then e-mailed with a complaint to be informed that MSC would transfer for £25 pp each way , £50 return. They would not give any alternatives. Then asked how to get to the port from Kiel station, whether their were shuttle busses. No was the answer. So took a chance and got to Hamburg and found alternative transport by coach or train for fraction of MSC charge. Then discovered the free shuttle bus from Kiel station to the port after walking the 2 kilometres pulling the cases.SHAME ON YOU MSC. At least the dis embarkation was very smoothe and now knowing about the free shuttle to the station, made it painless. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
Had a fantastic time - we were upgraded to a balcony in the back of the ship and we absolutely loved it. Beautiful ship - huge. The floors were a little confusing, but we had it down by the end of the cruise. Most all of the service ... Read More
Had a fantastic time - we were upgraded to a balcony in the back of the ship and we absolutely loved it. Beautiful ship - huge. The floors were a little confusing, but we had it down by the end of the cruise. Most all of the service people on the ship were fantastic. We loved our dining waiters & our steward. We had a perfectly located dining table that looked out onto the ocean-- great waiters, food, & wine every night with dinner. The entertainment was outstanding. We liked the shore excursions in Tallon and St. PETERSBURG - The Hermitage was àmazing & unbelievably beautiful. Would reccomomend going to see that. Excursions to Stockholm & Denmark were too quick. The bus drove right by beautiful areas which I would have loved to get out & explore, but he didn't even slow down for pictures. I would highly recommend this cruise line & cruise ship. I'm traveling again with MSC in October; can't wait. I do have to say embarking was so onorganized. They should of had us check in while we were in the first area-- then we would have been all ready to go except the security checkout. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
We booked this mini cruise as an alternative to a break in Barcelona over Easter. AT the time of booking we had to fly from Dublin (Aer Lingus) as flights from Northern Ireland were not available on the websites and as there were 6 adults ... Read More
We booked this mini cruise as an alternative to a break in Barcelona over Easter. AT the time of booking we had to fly from Dublin (Aer Lingus) as flights from Northern Ireland were not available on the websites and as there were 6 adults and 2 children it was best to secure our seats. We pre-booked parking at Clayton Hotel near Dublin Airport who have a shuttle bus which runs every 20 minutes. this was very efficient on departure and return.On arrival a Barcelona we made our way to the port by 2 Taxis 39euro each. The ship was not docking until 1300hrs so we left our luggage with the porters and went into Barcelona for some lunch. We returned after 1500 hoping to embark however we had to wait until 1600 before this commenced. Embarkation was speedy and before long we were at our cabins, luggage was already there. We had 3 inside cabins which were roomier than RCI rooms. The ship is a nice size and has the same wow as RCI, in my opinion MSC ships are much more ornate. We tended to eat in the buffet mainly because of the 2 under 3's in our group, the choice was plentiful and the food warm and being replenished frequently, you just had to gauge the timing as it could fill up rapidly. The shows were excellent and enthralled the children keeping them quiet, and open mouthed for 40 minutes or so, every bit as good as anything I have seen on any other cruise line. The music in the lounges as you passed through the ship was of a great variety to suit all tastes, we preferred la Insolito lounge which had a good dance floor and a great band. Staff onboard were very friendly and particularly good with the children. Staterooms were very comfy and as already stated slightly larger than RCI insides. Stops at Marseilles and Genoa were on this trip, we stayed aboard at Marseilles and got off in Genoa, Chlidren and parents went to the Aquarium by themselves, while we did the hop on / off bus and shopping. I found the signage through Genoa terminal poor for passengers going sightseeing and worse when returning to the ship. I would have no hesitation in returning to MSC for another cruise in the future. Read Less
16 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
This was our 1st cruise experience, so im writing this without a comparison to other cruises. I was a tad worried about the MSC Fantasia, based on some reviews - they were unfounded! We were on a Genovo - Barcelona - Marseilles - ... Read More
This was our 1st cruise experience, so im writing this without a comparison to other cruises. I was a tad worried about the MSC Fantasia, based on some reviews - they were unfounded! We were on a Genovo - Barcelona - Marseilles - Genova cruise, and arrived at the ship about 4pm on the day of sailing. We wizzed through the 1st part of embarkation without fuss and no queues. Perfect. Getting onboard and being issued with your Cruise card was slightly slower and a tad confusing at times with the number of passengers milling about (many with lifevests!) this confused us slightly, but it turned out this was the safety drill for which you must get your lifevest from your cabin and return to your designated area......all a bit manic and confusing for 1st timers! Our cabin was a at the back of the ship (10251) was perfect. I was surprised at the size and style of it. We had Prosecco booked and waiting in our cabin whilst our luggage was delivered a few hrs later. Over the course of the cruise we dined in the table service restaurant, buffet and tex mex and have no complaints on the quality or service offered. The buffet does get manic some times but the food is plentiful and was always hot and fresh. The service was always good. The credit system worked well although bar service was sometimes quite slow. The show we saw in the theatre (Micheal Jackson) was professional and worth our visit, and the casino helped empty our pockets although was good fun. The ship was very clean and staff were always wiping surfaces etc. The outside pool area was the same, clean and welcoming. We took ourselves off in Barcelona using the MSC shuttle and a taxi in Marseilles, easy to get on and off the ship. Our only gripe was our disembarkation in Genvoa, where we needed to have our cases outside the door by 1am the night before and a 0930 disembarkation (some have to be off earlier). Maybe thats the norm, im not sure but just seemed a little early, although I appreciate the logistics of getting so many guests off a ship in a few hrs! Overall, I'd certaily travel with MSC again and i'd choose the Fantasia. The mix of passenger ages, inc children, nationalities and the overall ship and staff made it a very enjoyable trip indeed. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2017
I made this cruise with MSC and never had such a bad experience. I reported my complaints at MSC and the even refused a compensation!!!!!! The transfer was a mess, the embarkation was very bad. I booked an Aurea Suite(!) no window to ... Read More
I made this cruise with MSC and never had such a bad experience. I reported my complaints at MSC and the even refused a compensation!!!!!! The transfer was a mess, the embarkation was very bad. I booked an Aurea Suite(!) no window to open nor a balcony. I asked for a swap but was told off by the receptionist. In the bars (from an Italian ship) there was no Martini available nor Aperol. Sometimes there was no Prosecco at stock. The restaurant was understaffed, waiter did not have enough time to take the order, tablecloth was dirty, glasses unpolished. The food was bad, the meat was not tender we were not able to consume the rack of lamb, the duck breast or the veal. It could not be chewed! The touring office told me off while taking my ticket, I did not know about the voucher that I was obliged to take the English coach. Very unkind staff....... Eating from the buffet was the alternative but there was no variation, each day the same and sometimes there was no food at all at the opening hours. The entertaiment was very poor, at all pool activities always the same tape with music. There were 8 entertainers for 20 participators. The rest from the guests was complaining because it was to loud. MSC did not understand my complaint but: never again!!!! Read Less
20 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2017
Hi. I thought I'd write a review of our recent voyage as it would appear at times that only negative reviews seem to to be posted. So here goes: My Wife and I chose this cruise to celebrate our anniversary. Neither of us had sailed ... Read More
Hi. I thought I'd write a review of our recent voyage as it would appear at times that only negative reviews seem to to be posted. So here goes: My Wife and I chose this cruise to celebrate our anniversary. Neither of us had sailed with MSC before, although for comparison we have sailed with Princess, P&O, NCL and Celebrity Nor had we visited the Middle-East. All reviews are subjective I know: One persons ying is someone elses yang. But I thought I'd offer a few observations about our trip which may perhaps answer some questions which I know I had before our trip. I hope it's useful :) First all the good stuff: MSC Fantasia is undeniably a beautiful ship. It is stylish and immaculately clean. Sometimes the style comes at the cost of function (watch your head on the funky light fixtures in the Manhattan bar for example!) but overall impressive. The atrium truly has the wow factor as it soars upwards and the theatre is better appointed than many commercial theatres on land. CREW: Contrary to many reviews I read before sailing we found all of the crew friendly, polite and professional, be they Officers, barstaff, servers, stewards. Really, with very few exceptions. After a couple of days many would greet you by name (no idea how they manage that!). Impressive. FOOD: A big bone of contention amongst many (no pun intended). We thought that the food, in most cases, was good. Both in terms of quality and in temperature. There were a couple of times in the buffet where we selected an item which was not 'piping hot' (whatever that is) but generally no issues with temperature. Do wander around the buffet as there are differing 'stations': mediterranean, vegetarian or ethnic for example. Selection of pizzas wonderful, as was the salad and fruit bars. The buffet does get busy at times (mainly in the central area) but we always found somewhere to sit relatively easily. At times it is noisy: let's just say some passengers are louder than others ;) Drinks are available either from the beverage stations or order drinks from any of the roaming servers who will bring to your table (charge) Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all available in the Red Velvet Restaurant if that is your preference under waiter service. Our evening meal was early seating: On this cruise that meant 18.00. If I am honest that's a bit early for us, but then again the 2nd sitting at 21.00 would probably be too late. I think an 'Anytime' dining option would be our preference. Our two servers were always polite and friendly. As each of us on our 7 seater was on a drinks package (more on that next) we were poured bottled water upon sitting and our wine glasses were kept topped throughout (if required of course!). The food choices were good if not exceptional. Portions were good (you do need to order from about 4 of the menu sections. Soup and a main will not do it) and no issues with temperature. I only received 1 meal which I was unhappy with: duck á l'orange. Tough as old boots and overcooked. It was whisked away and a very nice roast beef dish appeared (my choice) in about 2 minutes. Never offered tea/coffee after dinner but heard that should occur (at charge) and talking of charges: DRINKS PACKAGE: Realistically, if you will drink more than 2 coffees, 2 beers, 2 bottles of water and 2 glasses of wine a day then the Allegrisimmo is very good value and I would recommend pre-ordering before joining the ship. Unless you must have xxxx brand and nothing else then I don't see the value in the premium package. The wines in allegrisimmo were not outstanding, but quaffable (and you can always have prosecco instead should you so wish). The package includes many cocktails, beer (heineken only for some strange reason), unlimited water and also some very nice Lavazza coffees at any bar on board, oh and some terrific gellato! 3 pools available to Joe Public and all were pleasant. Two that I used were salt water. Cabin was a balcony on deck 10 Sogno. Roomy, clean, stylish. Balcony sufficient but not massive (2 chairs 1 footstool). Shower powerful. Soap and shampoo provided (environmentally friendly) interactive tv, minibar (chargeable), safe. No tea/coffee (TIP: if on fantastica package, order room service on breakfast card even if just two teas, etc. it's free). One other thing about the balcony cabins: there is a large overhang from deck 14, so if you are up high and not on one of the 2 'bumps' you may be in shade. and the not so good: PHOTOS:There are photographers everywhere. The are pleasant and friendly and quite good at what they do. But a little intrusive: I don't really want my photo taken whilst eating my dinner. That said the quality of the shots was often good and we would probably have purchased a selection if they had been priced more sensibly (sml/lrg EUR20/30 each). SUNBEDS: There are many, many sunbeds, but on a sunny day the towel brigade does arise early. the pool attendants do try to adhere to the no bed-hogs policy but it's an almost impossible task for them. I always found a bed. But it may not be where you wanted it. DAYTIME ACTIVITIES: Ties in a bit with the above really. We had a lot of sea days (5 in a row at one time) and there seemed minimal daytime activity to absorb the passengers. Most were based around the pool area and involved the usual pool-party stuff: learning some strange cruise dance, playing bingo, throwing sponges at the animation team??? Not my bag really so disappointed with the daytime activity. Bring a good book. HAND SANITIZERS: they are around but nobody enforces. Worse still we found a couple out of action for at least 2 days in buffet area. I'm not a cleanliness freak but it's a Noro outbreak waiting to happen. STALLS: you know, where they set up somewhere selling tat that nobody wants but everyone buys. They had an area for this each evening. Worse still it was the same stuff each night! At least rotate your tat offerings! TOILET SIGNS: made me laugh, but thought I'd mention. The signs for the gents and ladies are the little stick-people signs. Problem is to a less-than-focused eye they look about the same! You have been warned lol I won't go into ports generally as there's plenty on them available elsewhere, plus I've wittered on too much anyway and even I'm bored by now! But a couple of things to finish: Khor al Fhakkan is a fuel stop for the ship and a supermarket. That's it. Don't bother. (terrible fuel stench in cabin whilst in KAF) Terrible fumes on approach to Oman which woke us (cabin 10189) at 06.45. Complained but it did not recur. Heraklion is lovely: queuing with 1,000+ other passengers to re-board for 1 hour 20 minutes without any port or MSC personnel to assist or supervise was ugly, dangerous and totally unacceptable. That's it! If you made it this far well done. Did we enjoy the cruise? Yes we did Was it perfect? No it wasn't Was it as bad as we had read on CC before sailing? Nowhere near as bad Is it our new 1st choice? No, still Celebrity Would we sail MSC again? Quite possibly. I find it difficult to get negative enough to count out, plus it was good value. Cheers Kernel x Read Less
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