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Nautica Review

5.0 / 5.0
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360 reviews
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Nautica - luxury at mainstream price

Review for Nautica to the British Isles & Western Europe
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Host Sharon
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2013
Cabin: Ocean View (obstructed view)

Thursday 15 August 2013

We had been given an official boarding time of 1pm but thought it wouldn't hurt to arrive early and we didn't mind waiting in the terminal if necessary.

When we arrived at the terminal, very few other people were arriving and we walked straight in to check-in. Nice touches included the blue carpet at the entrance with Nautica and Oceania Cruises on and a table with complimentary orange juice and iced water. After check-in - passports were kept - and the usual credit card swipe, we were given our cruise cards (World Cards in Oceania speak) and a letter to say boarding would begin at 1pm and cabins would be ready at 3pm. As we went through security and I headed for the embarkation lounge, we were called and invited to board the ship. The ship's card machine was set up on the Promenade deck and crew were stationed at various points to direct us straight to the Terrace Restaurant (buffet). As we crossed the main pool deck I was impressed by rows of sun loungers, steamer chairs and twin steamer chairs, all with thick cushions and white towelling covers.

Cabin Review

Ocean View (obstructed view)

Cabin E

Storage a bit limited, lighting excellent. Bathroom tiny as per usual and curtain stuck to body when wet! well equipped with amenities but could use hooks for wet coats in cabin.

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