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Spirit of Adventure Review

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A welcome escape from home and winter but a bit unadventurous

Review for Spirit of Adventure to Canary Islands
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2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Jan 2022

Our first cruise with Saga, during which we clocked up our 100th day of cruising experience.

The ship

S of A has been at sea for less than a year and is the most modern ship we have been on. Everything is spick and span and everything works as it should. Best wifi and TV we’ve ever had on a ship. It is comfortable and spacious. However a lot of the furniture has been chosen by designers who are more interested in appearance than in comfort. I notice another reviewer has commented on this; given the age group of passengers I suggest Saga look at getting some comfy chairs which provide proper back support, especially in the Living Room area.

Cabin Review

We had a standard cabin astern on deck 7. Ideal location for us with easy access to the stern steps down to the prom deck. The basics were all good, comfy beds, good storage, nice bathroom, 2 usb ports each side of bed. The sound insulation is so good that our neighbours thought the next door cabins were empty. We disliked the bucket chairs instead of the traditional sofa, hopefully Saga will change these. Cushions and rugs for the balcony were appreciated. For the benefit of future passengers I will list all the stuff Saga provides in the cabin, as I was not able to find this info anywhere on their website before sailing:

Dressing gowns, slippers, hairdryer, binoculars, swim towels, kettle, tea and coffee etc, safe, a very small fridge, filtered water every day, fruit. In the bathroom: soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, body moisturizer (we used gallons of it as with all the handwashing our hands were suffering) the usual towels, flannels.

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