Braemar Cruise Review by agathachristiefan
- Sail Date: October 2014
- Destination: Baltic Sea
- Cabin Type: Single Inside Cabin
Love how on smaller ships you get to know everyone and there is never too much of a wait to get on or off. Braemar is a perfect size to make friends, but big enough to avoid the odd passenger you don't hit it off with.
We had some really rough weather, which luckily, does not bother me in the slightest, but unfortunately put some first timers on the boat off sailing again.
This is my second cruise with Fred Olsens and I can never praise the staff highly enough - their friendliness is outstanding.
I have one comment to make about embarkation, which has happened on every cruise I have been on so far, When boarding everyone is asked to fill out a health questionaire to prevent Noro virus on board (why does everything have to have a label nowadays - what is wrong with good old sickness and diarrhoea) we then all use the pen provided thus passing germs to every single other person who will be on the ship?
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