Le Soleal Review

Quite Satisfactory Voyage

Review for Alaska Cruise on Le Soleal
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Jul 2016

The cruise was a charter for selected college graduates in the US, starting from Juneau, making it's way in a semi-expeditionary manner to Vancouver with approx 250 passengers. The voyage was a quality and satisfying experience, with warm and sincerely friendly service, great food on two decks, and on the house drinks including wine. The house wines were quite satisfactory. Visited small fishing towns where large liners could not go. Much of the travel was in narrow channels which are impassible for large liners. A definite plus in our book.

The ship itself was very svelte, nicely decorated inside, kept very clean, and was very quiet while moving, for the most part. Some operational noise cannot be avoided, such as lowering/raising the zodiacs and lifeboats. While we had a lower fwd room without balcony, that turned out to be a definite plus, as the lack of balcony gave us more room, which was entirely adequate for the two of us. The window size was fine, the rest of the ship quite accessible to all. Absolutely did not miss the lack of wi-fi and internet. Nice to get away from it all.

We left as very satisfied customers, and although not inexpensive, would travel again on this small ship, avoiding the super large ships at all cost.

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