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Star Pride Review

4.5 / 5.0
121 reviews

Top of the Charts!

Review for the Middle East Cruise on Star Pride
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2015

We leave Ben on the Sailing ships of Windstar, so we are familiar with their product. Yet, this was the first time on the Super Yacht. We loved the itinerary and the size of the ship. The staff was very friendly and and did their best at trying to make you feel comfortable and welcome. Excellent reflection of Captain Allen's guidance.

The food was fabulous and the portions were not too big. A large variety to please even tHe fussiest of foodies.

The excursions were well organised and the guides were very good.

Cabin Review

Cabin Owners Suite

This cabin is very comfortable. We were on board for 18 days, 9 of which were Sea Days. The full balcony was really nice to enjoy and the many windows all along the cabin. We had our curtains open for the views 24 hours a day. The balcony was very well protected for enjoyment from the Wind at the Bow. The two TVs were useful when you would like to watch different TV shows at the same time. A large flat screen in the Living room. But a small 12 inch old TV in the bedroom (not the flat screen as advertised)The extra 1/2 bath was a nice convenience. While on board, we took a looked at the Classic suites, 1 & 2. They were on the deck directly below Owners Suites. The forward Public Spa pool is at the Bow and would obscure these Classic Suite passengers to look out directly onto the front with many people in of your view. Sometimes passengers could block this forward view and CS guests have to close curtains when they require privacy, unlike the OS. It was much smaller compared to the OS, and the balcony on the side was dark and pretty small. One table and two chairs is all you could fit out on it.

Classics Cabins 5 &6, they were really different. They did have 1 1/2 Bath, and actually 3 TV's. Two in the Living room, practically next to each other. (Which made no sense)But, the view is 80% obstructed sadly. You have large windows, with some light coming through from the sky. But the Tenders are blocking the main views. The large bedroom, small shaded balcony is hindered by the support beams and equipment. But if space is what your seeking, then 5 & 6 would be the better choice over 1 & 2, due to the lack of privacy. The Owners Suites 3 & 4, are above and beyond the best cabins on board for Suite passengers.

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