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Viking Star Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Viking Star Cruise

Review for Viking Star to Transatlantic
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Brb0330
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2016
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We chose this cruise because of the route and stops on this cruise The cruise was from Bergen Norway stopping at the Shetland Islands, the Farro Islands, Iceland, Greenland, the Viking archeological site in Newfoundland, and then down the St.Lawrence River to Montreal. This was the first transatlantic crossing for the Viking Star which was first put into service in 2015 and had been in service in Europe. We have done Viking river cruises and since we liked the stops on the route we thought we would try a Viking ocean cruise.

The ship is new and quite nice. It is very well maintained and the crew is friendly and helpful. The food was excellent with a very nice variety.

Overall I would rate the cruise as average. First of all the cruise is not all inclusive which in today's market is really out of place. You will be charged $14 per person per day as gratuities for the staff. On our 15 day cruise that added an additional $420 to the cost of the cruise. Viking apparently doesn't want to tell you the true cost of the trip by including these costs in the ticket.

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The cabin was nice and the cabin staff was very friendly and compitent. The cabin was a little smaller than those on Crystal.

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