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I booked this cruise last year and then worried after reading the reviews below so went fearing the worst. However my concerns were un necessary. The ship is great. It is beautifully clean and the crew worked tirelessly to keep everything ... Read More
I booked this cruise last year and then worried after reading the reviews below so went fearing the worst. However my concerns were un necessary. The ship is great. It is beautifully clean and the crew worked tirelessly to keep everything spick and span. The cabin was comfortable, the beds (twin) were quite narrow, although the single cabins had huge beds!! No the cabins were not huge but having seen those with balconies i would say these were a great size. The bathrooms were great, huge walk in shower. We were on the lido deck cabin 820. The food was very good. Lots of choice and very good spaghetti bolognaise. I cannot praise the staff enough, the cabin lady Loretta was great. The Terrace Cafe staff were superb,friendly and helpful but not sycophantic in an attempt to get a good tip (these are inc in the price) they take your tray of food to your table!! The pool area was great and beautifully kept. The bar staff were also great. I cannot say anything negative about them. The excursions were brilliantly planned and managed, please note when they say it is an half day trip this includes traveling time and they include leisure time, invariably not enough!!! The main criticism is the local tour guides, some were fantastic, Nicola in Dubrovnik was one of those. Others i would say knew their stuff but didnt have the skills and ability to impart this knowledge on a basic level, it became so much information that my brain just switched off (and i was not alone here) we did not attend any lectures, i suppose because although i wanted to learn about our destinations i am a typical tourist not a history buff. The entertainment was ok, jazz or trio, but neither were my cup of tea. The spa was good, i had a massage following a fall and it definitely helped negate damage and aches and pains. The average age of passenger was older than expected, however the fellow passengers were a great group and we thoroughly enjoyed their company. Please dont let the negative reviews stop you booking a cruise. Yes the funnel does emit soot but if the person below was covered i can only assume they were static for hours on end!! The bigger cabins are more comfortable but you get what you pay for, food isnt michelin star but is plentiful, tasty and very good. Any faults i may note are minor criticisms and i would book another cruise with this company without any hesitation, and the amount of passengers that do that is testimony to how good the overall experience was. You wont be disappointed unless you have unreasonable expectations!! Go for it. Read Less
Sail Date October 2015
I was prepared to love this ship as the concept completely appeals to me: not a mega ship, emphasis on education and destinations. But my tiny, sterile, airless cabin ("Premium Outside" with a "partially obstructed" ... Read More
I was prepared to love this ship as the concept completely appeals to me: not a mega ship, emphasis on education and destinations. But my tiny, sterile, airless cabin ("Premium Outside" with a "partially obstructed" window) overwhelmed the good things about the voyage. Those included an excellent lecturer on Byron in Athens, generally friendly people and hard-working staff. As we sailed a wonderful itinerary from Athens to Venice, stopping at terrific spots along the way (e.g., Corfu, Dubrovnic and Split) one could not help but enjoy the beautiful scenery and visits to historic sights. Fortunately for me, I was on a trip (about 60 of the ship's approximately 300 passengers were on a guided trip) which meant we generally had much better guides and special attention, which helped a lot. Nevertheless, the long nights and much of the days were on the ship where it was very hard to find a comfortable place to sit or a decent cup of coffee. I'm an early riser so I was particularly unhappy that there was no place to get coffee before 6AM and regular breakfast didn't open until 7PM (at which the coffee was terrible). I love cruising and am generally an upbeat person, so I am sorry to write such a negative review of this ship, which has many fans. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
All depends what you want - I like a relaxing holiday, here we were up early every morning, off onto the red bus, herded around an ancient site, back on the bus...very organised, no down time, no scope for individual planning. Hard to get ... Read More
All depends what you want - I like a relaxing holiday, here we were up early every morning, off onto the red bus, herded around an ancient site, back on the bus...very organised, no down time, no scope for individual planning. Hard to get a sense of the places we visited as we had to move through at the pace of the guide. The passengers have generally been retired for many years and most are in their 70s or 80s. Lots with impaired mobility. The food is OK but no local food - seems wierd to have been around the Greek Islands but not to have had Greek food (only on the one free afternoon/evening we had in Mykonos). There are 2 restaurants, one buffet style canteen which is alright (long queues at times), and a posh restaurant down in the bowels of the ship - same food but very small serves and slow service. Gym is tiny, very little equipment, but most of the passenger's gym days are long ago. Pool is also very tiny and not very attractive. I think they must pay for the time they are docked, we generally seemed to leave as soon as the tour finished, so couldn't hang out in the local towns for the late afternoon and evening. Never worked out room service, dont think they had this. No tea and coffee after 9pm (except in the bar with a very long wait and quite expensive). Cabin (with a balcony) was quite good, balcony was nice. Some of the lectures were quite good, but most of the audience dozed off. Ships doctor was nice, was kept very busy. This would work if you are elderly, don't like having to think or plan anything, like getting up early, and love bus tours. Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
I have just returned from my first experience of cruising on the Aegean Odyssey from Venice to Istanbul and I must say it was most enjoyable in all respects. Voyages to Antiquity is particularly geared towards a clientele with an interest ... Read More
I have just returned from my first experience of cruising on the Aegean Odyssey from Venice to Istanbul and I must say it was most enjoyable in all respects. Voyages to Antiquity is particularly geared towards a clientele with an interest in ancient sites and history and is definitely not suitable for young children. The ship itself seems to be very well maintained, with the public areas being spacious and visually very pleasant. The Charleston Lounge was the venue for enjoyable pre and post dinner cocktails and gatherings. I preferred to eat in the Marco Polo Restaurant for the evening meal and found the food to be very good - not excellent or 5 star, but very well presented and tasty. Wine was included with dinner and was plentiful and quite drinkable. I had breakfast and lunch in the Terrace Cafe (buffet) and rarely found it hard to find a seat. All excursions are included in the price and the cruise can become very tiring with one (and sometimes two) excursions every day. On this particular voyage there were no sea days to recover, however, excursions were not compulsory and could be skipped to allow for some personal time and physical recovery. The excursions are given a walking grade level of 1-3 and the Shore Excursion staff on board highlight this in their informative port information segments. I found the Lecturers on board very interesting and one in particular, Dr David Price-Williams, made his specialised topics very easy to understand and added a welcome touch of humour to his lectures. Staff on board from the cabin stewards, waiters and bar-staff are excellent and are very soon greeting you by name, with a friendly smile and a welcome back on board! The Aegean Odyssey caters very well for solo travellers with a number of single cabins available. A word of warning regarding cabin selection - I initially chose Cabin 554 on the starboard side on the Belvedere Deck (a single cabin with a small balcony, Category EE) which sounded perfect for my needs, but I had to request another cabin due the amount of noise/vibration generated from the engine room/air conditioning fan room (?) on the opposite side of the passageway. Having checked out this cabin prior to booking and noting the library above and Doctor's surgery below I didn't think there would be any noise problems but there were and, to their credit, the reception staff handled the situation extremely well and offered me another cabin. Fortunately for me, another cabin was available (as the cruise was not fully booked), or I am not sure if my review would have been as good! All in all, the Aegean Odyssey lived up to all of my expectations and I am very pleased to have made the journey on what was my "retirement from work" cruise and my 30th cruise overall. Perhaps in the future I may be able to repeat the experience on the Aegean Odyssey. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
We are small boat travellers and picked the Aegean Odyssey in part for this reason. This is a clean ship with hospitable staff. The food is simple but good. The only criticism is the quality of the coffee in the morning. We would very much ... Read More
We are small boat travellers and picked the Aegean Odyssey in part for this reason. This is a clean ship with hospitable staff. The food is simple but good. The only criticism is the quality of the coffee in the morning. We would very much recommend that this be improved. A nice cup of Java in the morning sets you up for the day. Also since I wouldn't recommend drinking the water out of the tap there should be complimentary water in the cabins. The talks given on board were excellent. For the most part the on shore guides and buses were good. The journey between Venice and Nice and all points between was most pleasurable. This is a boat for adults who want a little education and aren't interested in chorus girls. The cabin although small was clean and comfortable. It was tended to each day by staff. Avoid a room above the engine room and stack-a little noisy. Getting on the boat and off to head home was easy. So if the coffee was good and the water plentiful this boat would move to excellent. We participated in all shore adventures which were quite educational. The staff was always happy and helpful. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
We started in Istanbul and ended there. The main focal point of the cruise was to see the ancient Greek ruins on the various islands and learn about their history. We were not disappointed. We had local guides on the various islands who ... Read More
We started in Istanbul and ended there. The main focal point of the cruise was to see the ancient Greek ruins on the various islands and learn about their history. We were not disappointed. We had local guides on the various islands who had excellent knowledge of the history and culture of each place. For our tours, we were supplied with "QuietVox" headsets which enabled us to hear the guides even if we were at a distance, and the guides also had an easier time talking since they didn't have to shout. That feature was a big plus to me. The daily tours were pretty evenly spaced so some days we had tours in the afternoon and on other days they were in the morning, but never terribly early, and some days were, of course, all day tours, so it was pretty relaxing. The tours were very well coordinated and there was not a lot of waiting around or lag time. It was all very efficiently done with the tour buses so we didn't get backed up, which is probably no easy feat with 350 passengers. If you're looking for a party cruise with gambling and nightclub atmosphere, this is probably not for you. The entertainment here consists of lectures on the places that you're about to see and a trio of musicians in the lounge. That was perfect for us. Also there were no children on board (also a plus for us). The ship is fairly small (350 pax) but feels spacious and very comfortable. We had one night of rough seas (gale force winds) but the rest of the time you couldn't even feel the ship moving. So the ship seems real stable. The food was excellent as was the service. We don't eat meat but we do eat fish and there was always a new and exciting seafood dish available during lunch and dinner. The chef is truly creative with the dishes so the food is not boring and wine is freely and graciously poured during dinner. The waiters and waitresses all have great attitudes and are always laughing and smiling. Everything went smoothly and we have no complaints. We thoroughly enjoyed the cruise and would love to go on another one with this company if the itinerary suits us. We had an outside room with a window on deck 7. We would recommend and would book a room with a balcony in the future. It's worth the extra bucks to be able to open the balcony doors to get fresh air. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
We had a group of eight, and all had an excellent trip. Prior to boarding there were tours of Amman sites, Dead Sea, and Petra. For the most part, well done. This is an educational outing, and lecturers were outstanding. Voyages to ... Read More
We had a group of eight, and all had an excellent trip. Prior to boarding there were tours of Amman sites, Dead Sea, and Petra. For the most part, well done. This is an educational outing, and lecturers were outstanding. Voyages to Antiquity is not a large liner, so travelers looking for many restaurants, entertainment, etc, would do well to book with another line. Some individuals complained about cabin issues, none in our group found anything amiss. Only significant issues were two Mr Bridge travelers from the UK boarded the ship ill, were advised to stay in their cabin, and did not. A number of passengers came down with what appeared to be Niro virus. We did not become ill, and enjoyed the food and other cruisers. Very eclectic group! Wifi is spotty, but I am an early riser and had few issues. We are looking at another trip with Voyages. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
We chose Voyages to Antiquity for several reasons: small ship, great itinerary, superb excursions and lecturers, playing bridge on board, and fantastic value. We were not disappointed. We started with 5 days in India: Delhi, Agra (and the ... Read More
We chose Voyages to Antiquity for several reasons: small ship, great itinerary, superb excursions and lecturers, playing bridge on board, and fantastic value. We were not disappointed. We started with 5 days in India: Delhi, Agra (and the first highlight, the Taj Mahal), Jaipur, and Mumbai. Next we cruised up the coast to Porbandar, a real gem away from the tourist mainstream, then across the Arabian Sea to Muscat and Salalah in Oman. The next part involved several days at sea, as political problems meant we couldn't go ashore in Egypt. However, we didn't mind, as the Mr Bridge organisation provided seminars and organised duplicate sessions, all expertly done. We cruised up the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba, to visit the second highlight of the holiday, Petra in Jordan. Then off through the Suez Canal into the med, with stops in Cyprus, Turkey, and the Greek Islands of Rhodes, Mykonos, Delos, and Santorini. The main emphasis of the cruise was to visit archaeological sites, and this was supported by excellent lecturers who really knew their stuff and how to put it across. On board entertainment was fair, but we were disappointed that there was little opportunity to do ballroom dancing - tiny dance floor and unsuitable music. Service was superb - the staff were enthusiastic and friendly. The food was good: we preferred the open buffet to the more formal restaurant. The value was outstanding: wine was complimentary with lunch and dinner, and almost all the shore excursions were included at no extra cost, including the entrance to the various sites, museums, etc. The excursions were well organised, with local guides, most of whom were excellent. Overall, hard to beat. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
This cruise combined a 5-day land tour of India's Golden Triangle -- Delhi, Agra (Taj Mahal) and Jaipur-- with sea voyages from Mumbai to Oman (Muscat and Salaleh) and Jordan (Aqaba, Petra, Amman). Fascinating itinerary, high-quality ... Read More
This cruise combined a 5-day land tour of India's Golden Triangle -- Delhi, Agra (Taj Mahal) and Jaipur-- with sea voyages from Mumbai to Oman (Muscat and Salaleh) and Jordan (Aqaba, Petra, Amman). Fascinating itinerary, high-quality land tours, comfortable small ship, lovely crew and staff, and interesting fellow passengers -- mostly Australian, British and Canadian. Many aboard were university professors, history aficionados, seasoned travelers seeking cultural immersion. Pros included the high-quality onboard lecturers: a BBC war correspondent, a BBC radio religion commentator, a top archaeologist. Land accommodations were first-class; food onboard was always enjoyable; dining venues were attractive and elegant -- al fresco dinners in the stern's Terrace Cafe were especially memorable. Public spaces -- the lounge, the library, the pool and decks, the small spa, the spacious lecture space -- were fine. Cabins were comfortable and attractive, if showing their age a bit (the ship is a converted car ferry of some vintage). Given the troubled areas we were passing through (Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the territorial waters of Somalia, Yemen and Saudi Arabia) the Captain reassured us of the security measures in place: armed military men, 24 hour watches, razor wire on the stern to prevent pirate invasions. The slight element of tension was worth it for the wonders we saw, especially in Jordan: the desert expanses of Wadi Rum, the breathtaking hidden city of Petra, the Roman ruins in and around Amman. Criticisms: the quality of the musical entertainment was far below the standards of the cultivated clientele. North American passengers reported problems with reservations, flights and timely receipt of tour materials. Overall, a memorable experience. Not perfect, but very good. A vacation that stimulated the brain and enlarged the vision. Read Less
Sail Date March 2015
After reading the glowing publicity from Voyages to Antiquity about “small ship cruising at its best” my wife and I were full of anticipation of an exciting cruise on the Aegean Odyssey during a four week ‘Grand Voyage’ from ... Read More
After reading the glowing publicity from Voyages to Antiquity about “small ship cruising at its best” my wife and I were full of anticipation of an exciting cruise on the Aegean Odyssey during a four week ‘Grand Voyage’ from Colombo to Bali. This was re-enforced by our combined experience of over 500 nights ‘small ship’ cruising on other lines. How disappointed we were, as it soon became apparent all was not as promised for the following reasons: Air conditioning in the cabin frequently malfunctioned Bathroom linen was stained and frayed Discoloured dark brown water issued from both hot and cold taps throughout the months cruise. Allegedly the cold water was drinkable? Reported problems met with excuses or denials, reception staff were reluctant to record these events. We never received any feedback or response to these complaints during our month on board. They just didn’t happen! Over flowing waste-bins were common in both the ladies and gents toilets. This was due to both lack of provision of these facilities and poor routine servicing. The poor provision of hand sanitizers at all access points to food and those that were provided did not always work. The attitude of Matthew the hotel director was that “passengers don’t use them anyway!” No consideration was given to deployment of staff equipped with hand dispensers of sanitizer at peak meal times, as is de rigueur on other vessels. An endemic bronchial infection on the ship rapidly spread among the passengers. Secondary transfer by hand contact is a recognised pathway of infection, therefore an increased use of hand sanitizers could have helped to break this cycle. The tea station on the Lido deck was often left with an overflowing waste bin and used crockery uncollected. Tea and coffee cups left in other deck areas remained uncollected for most of the day. We have a great deal of sympathy for the mainly Pilipino stewards and waiting staff, who continually strove on behalf of the passengers but only to be let down by ‘penny pinching’ short falls and lack of attention to detail. For example; linen napkins one night followed by thin single-ply paper tissues the next, together with poorly cleaned (lipstick traces) and cracked crockery on a daily basis. During the first half of our cruise we received an unsigned and undated ‘memo’ from the captain explaining that the coloured water was a temporary problem! As a sign of ‘good faith’ we were being given a single, one and half litre bottle of water so that we could clean our teeth. No further water was offered. This highly unsatisfactory situation of heavily stained water continued all throughout our month on board. Also there were several days when the toilet in our cabin when flushed produced thick muddy water. When reported we were told to keep flushing and it will clear? On most sea days there was a continuous smell of sewage throughout the ship which was strongest near the Lido deck; presumably as the ship’s foul water storage was being expelled into the sea. There was a total lack of communication between the ship’s senior staff and passengers; this was equally reflected in ‘chaotic provision’ of internet connection, or lack of it. The satellite TV system never worked, and was not fit for purpose. The hotel director and his reception staff were well practiced fending off those making enquiries or complaints with half-truths and denials. Trust was soon lost! None more so, than when we were woken at 3am on 27th January by a loud ‘bang’ as both the ship’s engines suddenly stopped and electrical power and air conditioning failed. With only emergency lighting in the corridors, the ship drifted with no propulsion for about an hour off the coast Boneo. Being well travelled, my wife and I emptied our safe donned warm clothing, arming ourselves with torches we went up on deck, where we watched night sky revolve as the ship drifted at the total mercy of the current and prevailing wind. The possibility of collision with an unseen vessel or rocks was a serious perceived risk. Together with several other passengers who were also woken we were told by reception that the engines were still running? Who do they think they are kidding! There was complete silence and with no forward motion the ship was rocking rapidly from side to side. After twenty minutes one of the generators resumed and the some of the main lighting returned. The main engines were started some forty minutes later. The following day, the creditability of this company was further tested by a short PA announcement from the captain, who stated it was a ‘rumour’ that engines had stopped! Giving the reason as a ‘planned maintenance’ of the cooling system?? The quality and range of the food offered fell short of that offered on similar vessels; at best it was ‘executive canteen’ standard. No amount of the pizzas and pastas offered nightly can compensate for quality cuisine. Thankfully there was a nightly fish course offered on the so-called two-item ‘a la carte menu’ and on very rare occasions it featured ‘locally caught fish’ We also have to mention the copious lumps of glowing soot that was expelled from the starboard engine funnel. At night we would watch these glowing embers settle on the deck furniture and those who dined on the rear area of ‘the terrace’, regularly burning holes in the canvas seats (fire risk?) and occasionally the diner’s clothing. Commendably much time is spent painting the outside of the vessel to maintain the appearance of this very tired ship. As independent travellers we and others were in a minority in relation to the ‘group bookings’ of elderly members of ‘college associations’ from the USA. These dominant groups were treated in preference, their complaints resulting rapid and repeated cabin changes together with continuing supplies of bottled water and gifts of wine. This apparent bias resulted in much ill feeling among those travelling independently. There were other passengers who happily regarded short falls described as rather ‘quaint’ and ‘quirky’ aspects of a very old ship, which was originally built as a car ferry in 1973. This is fair if you were paying 1973 ferry prices. However, the cost of this 4 week cruise was £3K more than a 7 week ‘small ship cruise’ we enjoyed in 2014, where the ship, facilities and food were vastly superior. As a lasting memento of this voyage and the ‘brown water’ we now have several items of clothing that are permanently stained. Rest assured this was our first and last time on this vessel, we regret taking the so-called “Grand Voyage” and on reflection wish we had disembarked at Singapore. 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Sail Date January 2015
We were so excited to try this small ship. But there were many things that were disappointing. The A/C was not adequate for the hot, humid climates. The water was brown the whole time we were on the ship, although I know there was a lot of ... Read More
We were so excited to try this small ship. But there were many things that were disappointing. The A/C was not adequate for the hot, humid climates. The water was brown the whole time we were on the ship, although I know there was a lot of time spent trying to fix the problem, but we were never sure was the problem was. Not a lot of explanation was given. The food was pretty good, not great. More local fresh fruit would have been a good addition. Wine with dinner was nice. We had one of two Owner's Suites. The suite itself was nice, but the balcony was so small it was almost unusable. Service for our cabin was great. Pool was a small salt water pool. However, there was no fresh water rinse off. So we only used a couple of times. Excursions were included. Pretty well done. Our speakers were excellent . We enjoyed the talks very much. The ship's staff were good, although the cruise director was obnoxious. She was loud and brash. Entertainment was not inspiring. Would be nice to have more upbeat music for listening and dancing. This ship has a broad list of itineraries, so there a a lot of choices. All in all ok experience, but will probably not go with them again. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
We travelled with this cruise line in 2010 in the Mediterranean. Overall we found the food uninspiring and the excursion staff to be very amateurish. However, that was tolerable. What was not tolerable was the stench of sewage in which ... Read More
We travelled with this cruise line in 2010 in the Mediterranean. Overall we found the food uninspiring and the excursion staff to be very amateurish. However, that was tolerable. What was not tolerable was the stench of sewage in which developed in the cabin. Fortunately there was another cabin available or we would have had to leave the ship. What ws surprising was that this seemed to be treated very casually by the ship's staff, with the explanation that this happened because of rough seas. We were interested in the ports of call of this cruise from Colombo to Singapore and decided to give the ship a second chance. The food seemed better and the lecturers were very good. Unfortunately several days into the cruise the hot water became the colour of tea and for a substantial part of the cruise we had to bathe in brown water. This was not confined to our cabin but seemed to be a general problem. We were never given an explanation or an assurance that there was no health problem or even an apology. Later in the cruise one of our facecloths, when opened up, proved to be covered in disgusting brown stains. This cloth had been carefully folded so that none of the stains were visible until the cloth was opened. It was fit only for garbage. I sent it ot the hotel manager with a letter of complaint and said that I wanted to meet hime to talk about this. There was no response. It appears to be the policy with this cruise line, when faced with problems,to simply pretend that they do not exist. Arriving on time seems to be a particular problem. For example, we were supposed to leave the ship for a tour of Malacca at 2:25. Because of a late arrival we were approximately 1 hour late in lheading for the tender. As a result we were able to spend only 2 hours visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including 10 minutes in a museum, since we had to be back at the tender by 5:30. At Phuket, Thailand those going on excursions left about 3 hours late. While waiting for our late departure on excursions we were often thanked for our patience. Since we had no alternative this expression ranks close to "Your call is important to us" in it ability to irritate. The hotels used at the beginning and end of the cruise were excellent. Our lower priced cabin was adequate   Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Colombo to Singapore This was my first cruise, ever, and having read previous reviews I was somewhat apprehensive. The conclusion I came to is that reviews are often written by pedants - as on Trip Advisor with which I am more familiar. ... Read More
Colombo to Singapore This was my first cruise, ever, and having read previous reviews I was somewhat apprehensive. The conclusion I came to is that reviews are often written by pedants - as on Trip Advisor with which I am more familiar. Yes there were a few hiccoughs along the way but the basics were just great. We selected this cruise because we wanted to try a different style of travel to the usual 'flashpacker' and the destinations were of interest. The company advertising said that the cruise was aimed at those who are interested in the places they visit. At the time of booking there was a good deal by way of reduced price and we were able to select a cabin to suit our needs. We ended up on Belvedere Deck in a balcony cabin. Loved it. Large (twin beds, bed side tables, large cupboard with fridge, small 2 seater lounge, coffee table and chair) with masses of storage and a fair sized bathroom. The food was excellent featuring variety and quality and was never disappointed with a meal. I personally enjoyed the fact that seating was not allocated, that way we came to know a variety of people or could just sit alone. I cannot praise the restaurant staff enough. Service was always outstanding, efficient and friendly with the odd joke thrown in by the occasional staffer. we ate at the more formal restaurant a few times but preferred upstairs. Air conditioned inside was great by day and outside in the tropical air was fabulous by night. We also occasionally took advantage of the room service which was efficient and easy. Embarkation and disembarkation was easy with so few people, in reality with a smaller number of passengers, we were all off in around an hour. Loved the return to the ship with welcoming words, iced tea and cold cloths. Fabulous. The lectures were the particular aspect I was looking forward to, though again I had wondered about the quality of the speakers prior to the cruise. Again, not disappointed, a former ambassador and his wife together with a range of academics from well known institutions such as ANU. Level of delivery varied - as in any university but by and large I knew a lot more going into the various ports than I had before which made my time ashore much more interesting and worthwhile. The television in the cabin was not used all that much - basically because nothing was available. There were a few nights when being able to sit back in the cabin, after a long day ashore, it would have been great just to watch a movie. There were however, relevant movies shown in the auditorium which many people enjoyed. Entertainment overall was fine and we particularly enjoyed Artur's piano playing over a drink at night. Which reminds me - the bar staff knew my name and order by the second night - just fabulous! The port visits were fine, and here I will say that I have decided that cruising port visits are too short for me personally. It's not really my style of travel. And we did miss one port (Galle) and had shortened visits at several others. As a first time cruiser, I figured that this was always possible due to port and weather conditions so was prepared for the possibility. Disappointing but travel of any kind throws up its challenges and you need to be realistic about factors not within your control - weather and tides being one of them. The shore visits we had were generally well organised and guides overall were excellent. Several suffered graciously under the protests of some fellow travellers about reduced shopping time. Priorities obviously vary, mine was to see as much of the places I visited as possible - not to take home souvenirs to show I'd been there. Possibly the most difficult day was in Phuket with reduced time due to late arrival we spent 4 hours on a bus coming and going with about 90 minutes lunching and cruising islands on a long boat. My recommendation to the company is to consider a 'Plan B' if at all possible for such occurrences. In that case a few hours in the town may have been preferable, though obviously the company has booked guides, buses etc. I also need to consider for myself that personal trips ashore may be preferable. Given the shore visits were included in the price, I think it was excellent value. The visits were enough for me to get a 'feel' for places and we've already planned a trip back to India later in the year based on what we saw in Chennai and Port Blair. A trip to Burma will also be on the cards. We very much enjoyed the few hours cruising along the Yangon River as the ship, being smaller, was able to anchor right at the port with a short walk to the main street of Yangon. The hotels in Colombo and Singapore were excellent, certainly luxurious compared to my previous travels. Wi-Fi was intermittent at best and there were several days without, but I did enjoy the fact that I was out of contact though knowing that my family could contact me in an emergency through the ship. Overall I enjoyed the experience. I was surprised - as a first time cruiser - at the complaints of some fellow passengers - it is hardly the fault of management that people became ill. (The doctor by the way was excellent - professional and thorough.) To be honest the pettiness of some of my fellow travellers makes me think that I may not cruise again if this is standard behaviour. I would recommend Aegean Odyssey for people with a genuine interest in the culture and history of the places they visit and who appreciate superb, professional service. If I cruise again, I would certainly consider this ship.   Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
Ship is having problems. From Colombo, Sri Lanka - Singapore - Bali the following problems occurred: Brown water in shower and basins, a/c not working to capacity, upper respiratory disease went through the ship, ship's engines ... Read More
Ship is having problems. From Colombo, Sri Lanka - Singapore - Bali the following problems occurred: Brown water in shower and basins, a/c not working to capacity, upper respiratory disease went through the ship, ship's engines stopped at 2:45 a.m. January 27, 2015 and we drifted at sea without power until 3:26 a.m. Internet was not reliable and your balance disappeared. Positive notes: small ship with friendly Filipino staff who work tirelessly to make your cruise enjoyable, wonderful lecturers, small ports so you get to experience the true culture of the site. Great library on board. Lots of quiet areas to relax, tips included with price, wine/beer provided at dinner, tea time each day, no prescribed seating. Quiet, comfortable and educational. Single cabins or low single supplement. An environmental expert came onboard at Singapore to look into the water/air quality problems. No changes as of February 5, 2015 when I disembarked. The pre and post hotel stays were 5 star and a wonderful way to get over jetlag at the beginning of the cruise and to relax before the long flight home.. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
WE were attracted to the "Singapore and Islands of Indonesia" cruise because of the ports of call and the concept of having "expert" lecturers on board to enhance the experience. All in all the concept worked. The ... Read More
WE were attracted to the "Singapore and Islands of Indonesia" cruise because of the ports of call and the concept of having "expert" lecturers on board to enhance the experience. All in all the concept worked. The lecturers were good, the ports of call were interesting, the staff were brilliant and the food was great. HOWEVER... the ship let the whole experience down. This is the fourth cruise line we have travelled with, and without a doubt this ship was by far the worst. It is disrespectful to customers to expect them to tolerate soot drifting down from the ships funnels which covered the decks, the pool and our clothes with filthy black soot. Similarly, virtually every cabin had brown tap water throughout the cruise. Sure it was being investigated, but it looked foul. Our toilet backed up on more than one occasion. The staff did their best to make our stay memorable, and on the whole they succeeded, but I fear this ship is now way past it's sell-by date. It is after all a converted car ferry, and in many ways this showed. We would certainly travel with Voyages to Antiquity again, but only after they replace this ship. VTA have a great concept, great staff, great crew, but all are let down by the Aegean Odyssey. Read Less
Sail Date January 2015
This is the worst cruise of all our 50 plus cruises. The ship is old, has brown water flowing from the faucets, dirty dishes left out in social areas of the ship for days, air conditioning not working properly, etc. There are so many ... Read More
This is the worst cruise of all our 50 plus cruises. The ship is old, has brown water flowing from the faucets, dirty dishes left out in social areas of the ship for days, air conditioning not working properly, etc. There are so many things that are wrong with this ship, I hesitate to even call it a cruise ship. We found out after we went to the Purser's office that this has been a car freighter. The Purser's office was horrible. When we would ask about something, they would just say, "so sorry about that," and hang up. You could tell they had said this a million times before and were used to hearing about all the things that were wrong with this "ship". We had the second nicest cabin on this ship and it was just ok once you take out the lack of air conditioning and brown water that come from the faucets in our room. The pool on this ship is a joke and so are the public rooms. Don't let the pictures fool you. The pictures I took compared to their pictures make you understand what a scam looks like. Even the crew told us that if we thought we were hot, it was unbearable down below where they were living. They said they could barely breathe and looked forward to coming up to work so they could breathe better. This is so sad. I am surprised someone has not died on this ship or maybe they have and they covered it up. We unfortunately booked the safari days before this cruise and were placed in non-airconditioned lodges that were very basic and not up to the standards we had been promised. The hotel at the end of the trip in Colombo, Sri Lanka was nice and we were thankful to be some where safe and clean for the last few days of trip. We did not leave the hotel to do any of the excursions with the company because of our horrible experience with this company prior to arriving in Colombo. It is too bad that the company that owns this ship think that by charging the money they charge, new people to their line, like us, will pay it thinking they are going to have a great experience. I have waited almost a year to post this review thinking that I might feel different or better about the time and money we spend with this company for this vacation. We can never get our time back and it gave us a valuable lesson to stay away from this company and any others like this. We did dispute what we were charged by this company and received one third of our money back after we submitted pictures of what we endured while on this vessel. The company knows they are selling a bad bag of tricks and endangering people's lives on this vessel. DON'T go and waste your time and money like we did. I am posting this in hopes of saving those of you that read reviews as you do your homework before you book a cruise. I am been cruising since 1980 and have cruised every year at least on one cruise, many years on more than one and this is by far the worst cruise ship I have ever cruised on. I am glad we made it out alive and returned home without permanent damage. Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
Land and cruise package- Nairobi to Singapore. 19th December 2014 to 24th January 2015. Our holiday started with 4 nights in Kenya with three being in game lodges. The hotels and game lodges here and in Singapore, at end of cruise, were ... Read More
Land and cruise package- Nairobi to Singapore. 19th December 2014 to 24th January 2015. Our holiday started with 4 nights in Kenya with three being in game lodges. The hotels and game lodges here and in Singapore, at end of cruise, were of a high standard. The transfers to and from airports, hotels and ships were well organised. The safari started well but ended up a disorganised mess. The last full day was a drive from Amboseli to Tsavo. 5-6 hours became 11. Instead of driving to our lodge for a late lunch followed by a game drive we detoured an hour each way to another lodge. We then got lost. We arrived at dusk and that was the day. Salt Lick Lodge looked as if it would have been a great place to stay- built on stilts overlooking a waterhole. The animals had gone to bed when we got there. We left next day at 8am for a 3-4 hour drive to Mombasa airport where the company had chartered a plane to fly us to Zanzibar. The drive was nearly 6 hours. This was just one of those things. A massive traffic jam. However this meant the 4 flights of the chartered plane were delayed. The one ship representative we could see was just wondering around looking as lost as we did even though he was in communication with the ship! Fortunately we were the second group for a flight so arrived at the ship about 5.45. The 4th group arrived at 9pm and the restaurants had closed! These two days showed that the forward planning and organisation of the shore parts of the trip were just not up to any sort of acceptable standard. The ship advertises itself as a destination ship. This is why we travelled on her. Far too many times we were late arriving at our port of call. This meant the excursions were cut short and never did the captain extend the stay to accommodate the late arrivals. Overall the standard of the shore excursions were poor. Most of the guides were very inexperienced and their English was limited. Unfortunately the ship seems to operate a two class system. Balcony class and the rest. Now, this was the most expensive cruise we have ever been on and to be treated as not important and second rate was very poor. The "balcony "class always left the ship first on shore excursions. This wouldn't have mattered so much except that when you arrive late shore time is precious. It seemed to take the ship and age to disembark the small number of passengers on board ( 304 first leg and 279 second ). The balcony class got the best buses and the most experienced guides. We paid for one shore excursion that wasn't included and we were with mostly balcony class people. What a difference. A bus with air conditioning that worked and a very good guide. All this was so disappointing. If we had wanted to spend out time sitting in a deck chair looking at the sea we could have done it on a much more luxurious ship at a cheaper price. Our cabin was an outside one on deck 4. This was the smallest cabin we have ever been in. We adapted to the lack of wardrobe and drawer space ( we used under the beds).But the only flat surface we has to put anything on was the top of the chest of drawers between the beds. We became very tidy Kiwis! The TV was a very small one high on the wall above a bed. I don't think you could have watched it comfortably from any place but there was nothing to see anyway- a few very old films- they put on Christmas ones for the first leg and they stayed on until the end of that leg ( 7th Jan). The news was African for the whole trip or at least that was what they advertised. You could only see it for the first couple of days and none was in English. I think the ship was short staffed. Our cabin steward was not up to scratch. After 11 days I asked if we could have our linen changed. He said he had too much to do and couldn't do everything ( this latter was because I asked if he could vacuum the cabin as it hadn't been done for days).He changed the linen but people we were friendly with a few cabins down never got their's changed! On the second leg he changed it twice ( I think he had fewer) cabins. THE WATER I see from a review from someone who was on the second leg that they talked about the water. It wasn't just on that part of the cruise. It was a deep orange from the time we boarded in Zanzibar. ( This was the hot water). No logical explanation was ever given. In fact no official mention was ever made about it. They did no clothes washing for passengers for most of that leg. It was horrible water, stained everything and left your hair feeling like straw. From Colombo to Singapore it improved slightly in colour. Unless you travel balcony class you get poor toiletries ( and no body lotion), old discoloured towels and very dubious face cloths ( frayed and stained). Chocolate on pillows about one night out of three. Not the be all and end all but just another example of being treated as not worth bothering about. We enjoyed the meals and felt they were perfectly acceptable with plenty of changes of menu ( was that because everyone ate in the same restaurants?). The 24 hour tea and coffee on the Lido deck needs to be serviced more regularly. Being very hot weather the milk was often sour and there was often an awful smell of rotten milk.The urns of hot water and coffee were left too long and often there was only luke warm water/ coffee coming out. The lecturers were very good overall and some outstanding. The entertainment was quite good. We found Christmas day not what we had thought it would be. Nothing different from an ordinary day except for a very nice dinner with crackers ( The ship was nicely decorated). In our cabin we found 6 uninspiring small biscuits on a plate as a Christmas present! New Year's Eve they went to more of an effort and it was fun. Someone/people came on board in Colombo with a very bad coughing bug and it spread like wildfire round the ship. The ship was the slackest we have travelled on in regard to hygiene so no wonder it spread like it did. There were a lot of very sick people. The hand sanitisers were at the entrance to the restaurants and in a fairly out of the way position beside where your cards get swiped on return to the ship but there was no encouragement to use them and a lot of people didn't. Sometime afternoon tea was in the Charleston Lounge and there was never even a small bottle of sanitiser there. Overall we were very disappointed with this cruise. We travel to see different places and people and we were very let down with this ship and its organisation. Would we travel with her again? No we wouldn't Read Less
Sail Date December 2014
This was our first cruise - we had read a lot of reviews of Agean Odyssey before hand - most of them very positive. We were extremely pleased with the ship staff, food and yours. The hotels in Istanbul and Athens were definitely 5 star. ... Read More
This was our first cruise - we had read a lot of reviews of Agean Odyssey before hand - most of them very positive. We were extremely pleased with the ship staff, food and yours. The hotels in Istanbul and Athens were definitely 5 star. Overall the excursions were well organized and staffed by knowledgeable local tour guides. We took advantage of all included tours and all optional tours. They are very long busy days - but we knew that based on the information that we read before booking. We booked a smaller balcony cabin on the belvidere deck. Lovely room with spacious bathroom, cabinet for storing/hanging clothes. We ate the majority of our meals on the back outside patio and enjoyed the variety of foods. Never once did desserts duplicate lunch or dinner with 5 or 6 selections. There was always lots of choices at all meal times. I am shocked at some of the negative reviews- when we felt this was a very memorable trip. While we did have one rough day at sea it is to be expected in the Agean - the captain kept every one extremely informed through out the day while on board of sea conditions and there is a doctor on board to provide assistance for those who require it. We highly recommend Agean Odyssey - it is definitely geared towards those interested in ancient civilizations. Although we were definitely a lot younger than the average passenger age is 60 plus but we didn't feel this. The wait/bar staff are very friendly and remembered our names after the second day onboard. Busy interesting full days- great food, staff - would definitely boom again and highly recommend Agean Odyssey to anyone with a love of history! Read Less
Sail Date October 2014
Terrific staff. Food good - as one other reviewer noted, because the ship was only half-full, dining alternated between the two restaurants, rather than having a choice each night. However, some of the buffet food at lunchtime was terrific ... Read More
Terrific staff. Food good - as one other reviewer noted, because the ship was only half-full, dining alternated between the two restaurants, rather than having a choice each night. However, some of the buffet food at lunchtime was terrific - especially the Indian buffet! Cabins OK, but not amongst the largest in the industry. We were given a 2 level upgrade and ended up next to the funnel on level 7, which was very noisy. We complained and eventually got another one level upgrade to 705 which was OK apart from the woman next door listening to the TV until well after midnight - I had to ask her on several occasions to lower the volume. The cabins on deck 4 not too noisy, particularly halfway between the spa and the bow. Cabins on decks 5,7 & 8 very noisy round the funnel area, but otherwise fairly quiet. Inter-cabin noise deadening not good. Well chosen “entertainment” including lectures.   Read Less
Sail Date September 2014
This is the second time we have cruised with this company and I have nothing bad to say about either trips except on the subject of the poor wi-fi available on the ship. The current trip started in Venice, went to Croatia and ended up in ... Read More
This is the second time we have cruised with this company and I have nothing bad to say about either trips except on the subject of the poor wi-fi available on the ship. The current trip started in Venice, went to Croatia and ended up in Athens. The ship is small, only 350 people, but nothing is lacking here, except for the crowds and children, that you wouldn't find on a bigger ship. The staff is always extremely helpful and friendly. The meals and varied, well presented, and tasty. Wine is included with dinner as are soft drinks. The choice of a sit down dinner with up to six other people allows you to make the acquaitance of other interesting people who are also on the cruise with you. Between the buffet lunch, tea time and dinner it is hard to not weight more at the end of the cruise than at the start. Almost all the excursions are included in the cost of the cruise. Single suplements on this line are practically the lowest in the industry. The lectures telling you about the places you are going to visit are presented by people extremely knowledgable and versed about the areas. Would recommend this cruise company to any discerning older traveler (40 and above) who wants to see the historical signts in the area but who doesn't want to be one of a crowd. Read Less
Sail Date August 2014
A thoroughly enjoyable cruise with fascinating sites, good guides and fine hotels in Athens and Istanbul at beginning and end of cruise. There were a number of disappointing elements mostly related to the ship. The air conditioning in the ... Read More
A thoroughly enjoyable cruise with fascinating sites, good guides and fine hotels in Athens and Istanbul at beginning and end of cruise. There were a number of disappointing elements mostly related to the ship. The air conditioning in the cabins is pretty primitive and extremely noisy and the ambassador lounge which is used for the lectures is unfit for purpose. The view of the screen is very poor. We were promised that fresh local produce would be used but saw little evidence of this. We ate mostly in the Terrace cafe where lunch was quite good but evening meals were poor. The menu was unimaginative but the most disappointing feature was the poor quality of the ingredients. Fish (cod and perch, how Mediterranean!) was bland and tasteless and many of the main course meats, particularly the veal, were so tough as to be inedible. These cruises are not cheap and we expected much better. Desserts were gelatinous and unpleasant. Wine was included with dinner but rather than being 'carefully sourced' was poor cheap, mostly Greek wine. Better wine was available at a stiff premium. When French wine was provided it was vin de table (the sort of stuff you can buy for a couple of euros in a supermarket) and again not the standard we expected. Most of the excursions were well organised although the timings were not always appropriate. However on Santorini, there was a huge melee and a wait of over an hour for the cable cars back down to the beach. In temperatures of 40C it was not surprising that queue jumping with resultant scuffles took place. Most disappointingly the passengers (who were mostly elderly) were left to fend for themselves with none of the excursion staff present. Although many passengers complained no apology was made by the company and I feel this is unacceptable.   Read Less
Sail Date July 2014
The 5* Grand Hyatt was all it should be. Breakfast (we ate outside) was included and had tons of delicious offerings. Sometimes it was hard to get coffee refills & they only offered orange juice even though I could see other juices ... Read More
The 5* Grand Hyatt was all it should be. Breakfast (we ate outside) was included and had tons of delicious offerings. Sometimes it was hard to get coffee refills & they only offered orange juice even though I could see other juices which we had to specifically ask for. The outdoor dining by the pool was super - best thin crust, hand-made, brick oven pizza I have ever had! This voyage cannot really be compared to previous ones because, due to changes in the itinerary, the ship was only half full. While I was looking forward to the Russia & Ukraine ports I must say the Greek ports were spectacular! No regrets. The ship's staff, with only one exception, was excellent. Our room was certainly large enough (we had storage we didn't use). The bathroom and storage were a cut above our previous Oceania voyages. The Ambassador lounge had some of the most uncomfortable seating I have ever experienced. Don't know what they do on a full voyage as the screen is positioned so only a portion of the audience can see it. Dining, not the food, was a disappointment. Because of the small number of passengers we could only use the formal dining room 3 times for dinner. Many passengers decided that since we were not in a formal dining room they could dress like they were at the beach for formal ala carte dinners served in the other dining room. Wine flowed freely (at no additional charge). We really missed Oceania's large tables where we could enjoy many people at dinner. Best bacon I have ever had on a cruise - stir-frys & Indian buffet were great too. The excursions were excellent. Guides well informed, buses comfortable - everything very well organized (at no additional charge). Laundry, bar and internet fees were very reasonable. Oceania charged $.99/min., AG charges $.10/min. As on many cruises it took many minutes to log on (if at all). For some reason it seemed more difficult to get to know our fellow passengers than on previous cruises. Unlike other reviews, we had no difficulty with the airconditioning.   Read Less
Sail Date July 2014
I am a great fan of this ship,and unhestitatingly recommend it to anyone looking for actual enrichment and cultural /religious learning. I have been on several previous voyages,and all were wonderful down to the very last detail. The ... Read More
I am a great fan of this ship,and unhestitatingly recommend it to anyone looking for actual enrichment and cultural /religious learning. I have been on several previous voyages,and all were wonderful down to the very last detail. The food?fresh,varied,healthy,served with a smile in the restaurants or in the covered verandah. Cleanliness?the ship was spotless The itinerary?the ship ,being smaller,can access ports and harbours the large cruiseliners cannot. We were able to go to places not used to large crowds/tourists,and received a more genuine experience of the culture.Much thought has gone into the choice of ports,and there are inevitably some very interesting and less-visited spots on each itinerary. The staff?helpful,friendly,professional The recreational areas ?(gym,pool etc) More on the basic side,but most days are spent on land and one tends to walk and gain exercise that way. there are daily yoga classes.The gym has adequate and well-maintained eqipment. Library? Amazing collection of books,reference titles,decent novels,magazines all located in a comfortable room with a window wall....very pleasant, Ambience? the ship is refined but casual in feel.No stuffy formal nights,no screaming kids (in fact none at all),no gambling,nice live music every evening and night.They do have trivia sessions and movie nights. The cabins? Quite adequate. Read Less
Sail Date March 2014
What the Aegean Odyssey and the Voyages to Antiquity concept has to offer, will more than meet your expectations if you are looking for a unque way to travel to the far-flung areas where the world's historical treasures are located. ... Read More
What the Aegean Odyssey and the Voyages to Antiquity concept has to offer, will more than meet your expectations if you are looking for a unque way to travel to the far-flung areas where the world's historical treasures are located. This was my second cruise with VTA and I am already looking forward to planning a third. I even met people who had been on seven...so I have some catching up to do! This time I opted for the included 2 nt. pre- & post cruise hotel stays. In Rome, the assigned hotel in my cabin class was the Cicerone, ideally located only a 20 minute walk from the Vatican walls as well as from many other "must see" sights in this city which is a living museum. At my disembarkation port in Istanbul, I stayed at the Grand Hyatt close to Taksim Square. The location could not have been more fantastic. And the hotel facilities & our rooms...well, as one cruise-mate summed it up..."the bathroom is bigger than my cabin!"! As luck would have it, our last full day in Istanbul was Oct. 29th - a national holiday. We witnessed first-hand, the celebrations held, not only for the 90th anniversary of the Republic, but also for the opening of the new underwater subway link between the 2 continents. My package also included return airfare from North America, all transfers & porterage from &/or to the airport as well as my assigned hotels and the ports where we would be embarking on or disembarking from the ship. The itinerary &/or the process in each instance was seamless & well-organized. Most, if not all, of the shore excursions are included. The quality & scope of the excursions is consistently high, as is the expertise of most of the guides. Imagine being led through the Hagia Sophia by your guide who happens to be an Art Historian?! Choosing to cruise on a small ship that is serving a niche clientele, has many advantages. But if your experience has been mainly on ships that are really more of a "floating hotel" variety, then the VTA concept will probably never measure up to that comparison. Cabins are not "cookie-cutter" in size but are well-maintained & more than adequate to meet passenger needs. Staff are attentive in all areas of service-delivery. When you disembark, you feel like you're saying good-bye to family members! While the dinning & most common areas are certainly a good fit for the size of the passenger group, the Ambassador Lounge, where the lectures & large group events take place, could use some changes to enhance the experience. I was surprised to read the last review which spoke of the food as "bland". Most of my cruise-mates & I found the food to be varied, of very good quality with creative menus in all venues as well as with balanced flavour profiles. The "pasta du jour" station on the terrace deck was a stand-out feature with individual orders being cooked to taste & delivered to your table. We even had grown men, on more than one occasion, stopping by to tell us which dessert was not to be missed that day. The VTA experience offers savvy sailors with a serious interest in history an opportunity to savour their journey ... in more ways than one!   Read Less
Sail Date October 2013
In common with some others we found the food, though reasonable in quality, to be extremely bland and uninteresting. One exception was a lunchtime special dish of casseroled octopus Croatian style. The largely Filipino staff are ... Read More
In common with some others we found the food, though reasonable in quality, to be extremely bland and uninteresting. One exception was a lunchtime special dish of casseroled octopus Croatian style. The largely Filipino staff are enthusiastic. Plates disappear from in front of you with remarkable speed even when other people are still eating. Don't be on the late side for breakfast as they do not keep a small area fully laid up and quiet but rather allow you to sit anywhere and carry on clearing away and setting up for the next meal all around you. The wines are served by the bar staff. In the buffet restaurant there is often a long wait for wine as the "ordinary waiters" are not allowed to get involved. "The bar is a different cost/profit centre to the catering was the explanation - hardly of interest to a customer. All it means is that their internal organisation is not customer focussed. The ship is well run and clean. .It is badly in need of its' planned refurbishment. The large lounge where the lectures are help is poorly designed for that purpose. The ceiling too low to allow proper projection and the seating very poor. I would not travel on this ship again without a personal recommendation from someone who travels in it after refurbishment and whose judgement on the catering I fully trusted Read Less
Sail Date September 2013
Aegean Odyssey Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 3.6
Dining 4.0 3.9
Entertainment 2.0 3.2
Public Rooms 3.0 3.8
Fitness Recreation 2.0 3.0
Family 1.0 3.0
Shore Excursion 4.5 4.1
Enrichment 4.0 4.3
Service 5.0 4.3
Value For Money 4.0 3.8
Rates 4.0 4.3

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