Otto Sverdrup Review

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Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Otto Sverdrup
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6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: May 2013

We started and ended in Bergen, NO. sailing for 12 days. Perfect!

PEOPLE: varied group of many different nationalities and countries. They were well traveled and most were over 50 years of age.

THE SHIP: Our room was well located with large window and about mid-ship, level 3: room 336. We were on the same level as we disembarked and one level below the restaurant so we didn't need to use the elevator to go to the dining room. Our room was quiet and there wasn't a lot of traffic past our door. The room was larger than we expected and reasonable. There were black-out curtains so we could sleep in spite of the sunny days and nights. The BATHROOM was a typical ship bathroom and the shower was adequate. Deck 8 was the Panorama area and we spent a lot of time there. usually we could get a good chair. Two COMPUTERS were there as well. We could usually get one to use and they worked at a reasonable speed. There was a LAUNDRY ROOM on our level as well. there was no charge for the washer, dryer and soap! The machines did a nice job cleaning our clothing.

Cabin Review

Cabin N-2

LOCATION: N-2 336 was great for us. It was convenient for disembarkation and the restaurant. The elevator was close as well. It was quiet and had great view of the ports. CLOSET: It was too narrow. The hangers didn't fit so the clothes didn't hang right. With so many warm clothes, this was a problem. Other storage was good. ROOM: The bed was comfortable and the room size was good. Bathroom was adequate with good storage space in the medicine cabinate. SAFE: This was nice to have in our closet.TV: This worked well and we able to get the ship announcements most of the time.

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