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Braemar Review

4.0 / 5.0
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186 reviews
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Braemar's crew were her finest ambassadors

Review for Braemar to the British Isles & Western Europe
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Andrew.Kennedy
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Aug 2015
Cabin: Twin Outside

Having worked for four years in P&Os iconic ss Canberra, including her farewell cruise in 1998 prior to her being decommissioned, I have always avoided the temptation of a cruise holiday; party because I had 'been there and done that' albeit from a different perspective, and also because I feared I would spend too much time complaining that 'it isn't like it used to be...' However a partner keen to cruise, a twenty year time gap and a curiosity to see how things had changed, combined to weaken my resolve.

What I thought they did well:

Firstly, the crew. I know it's a cliché, but the mainly Indian, Filipino and Thai crew could not have worked harder or done more to make our cruise enjoyable. They were friendly, engaging, always appeared happy and managed to remember our names and our favourite drinks. I really could not fault them.

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Twin Outside

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