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Lord of the Glens Review

-- / 5.0
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10 reviews

Not what we expected

Review for Lord of the Glens to Nowhere
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jul 2014

The ship herself is very comfortable,we had a middle deck cabin and found it very comfortable with plenty of storage space,But the pillows on the beds are of a very inferior quality and were very stained under the pillow cases.

The first thing that we noticed considering the fact that most of the passengers were from the elderly end of the age group was that when cruising away from the canal ,a ramp type gangway was in use and at times it was at an angle of 45 degrees or more and there was no crew member present to help boarding or disembarking.

The upper decks have tables and chairs aft and chairs on the forward viewing deck, in the mornings and after rain showers the chairs were only wiped down once in the whole week ,so that if passengers wanted to go on the outside decks they had to stand or dry them off themselves.

Cabin Review

Cabin middle price range

comfortable and basically clean but bed making skills need to be taught better.

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