We have cruised may times previously and with many different lines. We choose our operator depending upon the itinerary and this was the reason for our first cruise with HAL, although we had heard good reports in the past.
This was a 14 night Caribbean voyage from Tampa and the majority of passengers were America. The average age was older than other ships we had sailed in and the overall atmosphere was quieter than usual. No silly games round the pool etc.
This was a mid-sized ship with just under 2,000 passengers but plenty of room around the decks.
The food was much better than other lines we have sailed with and the Gala Nights reflected that, fillet mignon and lobster tails!! The entertainment around the ship was also very good and varied with guest artistes featuring in the main theatre. BBKings showroom ws particularly excellent.
We cannot fault the service, cabins (signature suites), entertainment or the food and drink.
The best cruise for a long time.
Excellent facilities and plenty of room. Large balcony.
Quirky destination. Great atmosphere and laid back attitude.
Od town consists of narrow cobbled streets and lots of shopping. The castle and park with coastal walk is excellent.
From the beauty and tranquility of Magen's Bay to the hustle and bustle of downtown Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas os one of our favourite Caribbean ports of call.
Shirley Heights, Nelson's Dockyard and St Johns are the main attractions.
Antigua has loads of British connections and is a lovely island
Castries, the capital, is very much a working port and, if you only see the city, you will not love St Lucia. However, if you venture into the rest of the island, you will find a lush, green and beautiful country. From the rainforests to the drive-in volcano it is a wonderland of varying experiences.
We cruised out past the Pitons, spectactular!!
Colourful Dutch influence with numerous old houses.
Pontoon bridge is great to watch (with a cocktail n your hand!!)
Shopping heaven and lovely beaches.
Money, money, money!!!