Adonia Cruise Review by Alan Lawrance
- Sail Date: June 2012
- Destination: Western Mediterranean
The cabin (stateroom) was comfortable and clean, though the bathroom was quite the smallest I have ever encountered - too small. Efficient shower, but its curtain would stick to the shower user when damp. The toilet seat was angled to prevent a natural sitting position. I am a little portly but wondered how the larger folk could survive.
The positive: great service from a delightful crew. It's great to see them smile as they work so hard to please. As usual on a cruise the food was superb - just the occasional dish which did not match expectations.
Ports of call were great and the Captain made a very late change to visit Toulon when the wind prevented a tender service at Sanary Sur Mer - highly efficient response to the situation.
Am not too concerned about entertainment for most of it is enthusiastic and loud, but clearly it was much appreciated by many. I thoroughly enjoyed a series of talks on Shakespeare and others clearly enjoyed talks given by former T.V. Personalities.
Liked the size of the ship and the facilities, but doubt whether I will choose it again