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Magellan Cruise Review
3.5 / 5.0
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Really could not fault it.

Magellan Cruise Review by MCR4BORO

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: Mar 2016
  • Destination: the British Isles & Western Europe

I'm a seasoned cruiser and surprised even myself on the last day of the cruise when asked "which is the best cruise you have been on?" I replied "this one". The reason is simple. The itinerary. Not only did were we lucky enough to see one of the best showings of the Northern Lights, we received a free cabin upgrade, fabulous weather, had brilliant table guests at dinner, saw a whale swim alongside in the North Atlantic and we won the bingo!

Topped off with a superb price, decent (though not amazing) food, enjoyable entertainment, lovely attentive staff and a spacious and immaculately kept cabin. This cruise is about value for money. You don't need a huge, fancy, glitzy ship when you are not going to be on board the whole time.

The trips organised by Cruise & Maritime were superb. You always pay more when booking on board but I think it's worth every penny. Much less hassle and excellent guides. The Orkneys was our surprise of the trip, absolutely incredible history at Skara Brae. DO NOT MISS IT!!! Thanks to CMV and all their staff for a brilliant holiday.


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Cabin Review

Cabin Oceanview 4041

Lowest deck (4) but very littl roll in the cabin, nice big picture window, good size, immaculately clean.


Port & Shore Excursion Reviews

Amsterdam

A whistle stop tour of Amsterdam in the fun of a Tuk Tuk, the driver giving lots of info and pointing out places of interest. Great fun!

Kirkwall

I have never been more surprised by somewhere than the Orkney Isles. I knew little about them until I did some research and hadn't realised the extent of historic digs and stone circles etc that are easy to visit. The Ring of Brodgar, Standing Stones of Stenness and the utterly amazing 5,000 village of Skara Brae, in amazing condition and all of this older than the Pyramids at Giza. Quite spectacular, do not miss this!


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