Van Gogh Review

An American's take on Croisi Van Gogh

Review for Europe River Cruise on Van Gogh
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jul 2015

This was the second half of a back to back Croisi Experience. We had been on the Symphonie on the Rhine for several days and then were transferred to the Van Gogh to sail the Rhone.

Upon Arrival we were taken with how much better shape the Van Gogh was in relationship to the Symphonie. Most of all were we so impressed with the crew. They seemed to realize they didn't have the newest ship on the Rhone but were going to do EVERYTHING in their power to make sure it was a great experience.

The Cabins- Please note beds do not convert on this ship. The A/C unit ( venting) is in the table between the beds and thus is secured to the floor and unmovable. Baths are small but work and great water pressure in the shower. Note there are no washcloths or bars of soap, If you need that bring it.

Cabin Review

Cabin Superior

Cabin was small- Beds do not push together. Lots of storage

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