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Royal Clipper Review

4.0 / 5.0
107 reviews

Doesn't really live up to its hype.

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Royal Clipper
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2015

Embarkation was fairly smooth. We managed to get an upgrade to a deluxe cabin, which was lucky as we were late bookers.

We found the welcome tedious as the girl repeated everything in four languages.

The cabin was fine with a shower and a balcony. The steward was good. We met some interesting people from various countries. Most of the excursions we went on were good, particularly the first one in Montenegro, which was a gastronomy trip to a lovely lady's house, where we had a choice of aperitifs, made by her husband. The wine was also produced by him. The lady was a well known cook locally and produced a feast for us to sample the local food.

Cabin Review

Cabin deluxe

The cabin was a good size, with a balcony and a shower. It had a television, but no tea or coffee making facilities. The steward was very good, with a different arrangement of towels each day. I particularly liked the frog!

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