Magellan Cruise Review by Linda Butterleigh
- Sail Date: September 2018
- Destination: Mediterranean
I keep to a gluten free diet and found making a dish gf meant taking things off the plate and not replacing. For afternoon tea there was one gf cake and it remained the same for five days. The food generally was of a lower standard than on other cruises. The evening meal is not five courses. If you order five only four arrive. Also disappointed the dress code was not observed. Come on men, make an effort. Breakfast is supposed to be free seating but I was told where to sit each morning and the staff grumbled if I chose to sit elsewhere. The crew were of very mixed nationalities and did not always support each other.
On the positive side the theatre is lovely and the entertainment was enjoyable. The ship is attractive. The excursions were good. Port stays were very short so not enough time to see as much as I would have liked. As a solo traveller I felt I was always fighting my corner and did not feel pampered. Yes it’s cheaper, not luxury! You get what you pay for I suppose, but very disappointing after cruising with Fred Olsen.
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