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Astoria Review

3.0 / 5.0
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Cruise for Our 50th Wedding Anniversary

Review for Astoria to the Western Mediterranean
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Collgirl
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2015
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We chose this cruise because it was reasonable in price, and we wanted a smaller, more intimate ship. We were not disappointed. It was all great fun. OK, so Azores is not a glitzy ship - there are limited things to do, and it was a bit tired looking. But the crew were wonderful, helpful and looked after us very well. If you want a smallish ship then try this one. And the price was very reasonable. We had an upgrade cabin to a junior suite, and started the trip really well with a free bottle of champagne and canapes in our suite - off to a good start! Food was good - wine was limited, but the alcohol package, although expensive, gave us the choice of a huge bar menu. House wine was dull. Excursions were well organised and interesting, and most of the lecturers were really good. Embarkation was swift and efficient, but disembarkation was tiring and slow.

The swimming pool was tiny and really not used. But then the ship is not very big.

The floor shows were fun, and enormous energy was expended by the dancers and band.

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