Royal Clipper Review

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Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Royal Clipper
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ElandMar
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2019

We are experienced cruisers in our late 60's and decided to try something different. We loved the itinerary of this particular cruise, going to ports that are not usually visited by big cruise ships, apart from Portofino.

Royal Clipper is a beautiful vessel and is kept spotlessly clean and well maintained. We knew ahead of time that the cabin would be smaller than what we are used to and that we would not be having a balcony but only two portholes. Storage was adequate but very limited and the bathroom small. The bed was pushed against the wall, which made getting up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night very awkward.

Sail way, when the sails are raised, music playing and champagne served, is quite magical. The final evening, with the under the stars disco and the sails lit up was breathtaking.

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Cabin 2

Clean and well maintained. Cramped and limited storage. Bed against the wall. Two portholes. Both key cards kept disabling even when kept away from electronic devices. Very quiet and almost no motion.

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