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We stayed at Wharf hotel. the ship sent over 4 buses......three were very old without any mike. Most of the folks were 65 to 96 and needed help just to climb in these buses that did not lower to the curb. We wait a good hour to get on and have all our bags put on. The air conditioning was not working and it was in the 90's. After a tour we finally got near the ship but had to wait for other buses to be unloaded. Due to being close to heat exhausting we all got off and walked a few blocks to get water and get on the ship. They just told us to go to our room where the doors will be open. Minimal security. Young people working summer jobs in the dining room and house keeping. Our intiniery was changed without notice. Tours were changed without notice and mostly one or maybe two per day and some were extra, This is an expensive trip .$10,500 for doing the islands of New England. Some were good and some weren't . We were on our own to Uber or take public transportation On Martha's Vineyard. I felt so bad for the elderly without have transportation available just to go shopping. Food was pretty good but every night they ran out of dessert. One time seating for everyone. Entertainment was minimal. One crude comedian who most walked out on. For those staying on board during the day there were no activities except for a speaker occasionally. I did enjoy seeing the island even though they were so congested. I don't know what the draw is. Cabin room was bigger than most cruise ship. No pool of course. But did meet a ton of wonderful people and enjoyed our happy hours

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American Constitution Cruise Review by maisey123

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  • Sail Date: June 2018
  • Destination: USA
We stayed at Wharf hotel. the ship sent over 4 buses......three were very old without any mike. Most of the folks were 65 to 96 and needed help just to climb in these buses that did not lower to the curb. We wait a good hour to get on and have all our bags put on. The air conditioning was not working and it was in the 90's. After a tour we finally got near the ship but had to wait for other buses to be unloaded. Due to being close to heat exhausting we all got off and walked a few blocks to get water and get on the ship. They just told us to go to our room where the doors will be open. Minimal security. Young people working summer jobs in the dining room and house keeping. Our intiniery was changed without notice. Tours were changed without notice and mostly one or maybe two per day and some were extra, This is an expensive trip .$10,500 for doing the islands of New England. Some were good and some weren't . We were on our own to Uber or take public transportation On Martha's Vineyard. I felt so bad for the elderly without have transportation available just to go shopping.

Food was pretty good but every night they ran out of dessert. One time seating for everyone. Entertainment was minimal. One crude comedian who most walked out on. For those staying on board during the day there were no activities except for a speaker occasionally.

I did enjoy seeing the island even though they were so congested. I don't know what the draw is.

Cabin room was bigger than most cruise ship. No pool of course.

But did meet a ton of wonderful people and enjoyed our happy hours
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