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Viking Sky Review

5.0 / 5.0
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997 reviews
22 Awards

Many relaxing sea days

Review for Viking Sky to Transatlantic
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Peteyp
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Dec 2019
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One of the reasons we chose this particular cruise was because of the stop in Bermuda. Well, on embarkation, we found out we couldn’t go to The Azores because of weather. We went south to Madeira instead. But, since we went south and then across the Atlantic from that point, we were too far south to go to Bermuda. We had hoped to see Bermuda to figure out where we wanted to go back and stay. Very disappointing. The wait staff knew much earlier than we did that we were not going.

The Restaurant was very lovely. I don’t remember being asked ‘to share’ a table on the Sun. We were asked every night on this cruise if we’d share. The World Cafe was the same quality as the Sun. We enjoyed the ability to have wine or beer with our meals. Manfredis didn’t seem as good as on the Sun. And, the only way we could get a table was to share!

We loved room service and had coffee in the room every morning. Predictable and good.

Cabin Review

Cabin was lovely. But, having been on the Viking Sun prior, we were disappointed there were no drawers in the closet and that we could not regulate the bathroom floor heat. Those two features were on the Sun and not the Sky.

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