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MSC Fantasia Review

-- / 5.0
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450 reviews

Food well well below standard, disembarkation process Trieste a refuge nightmare. Never again

Review for MSC Fantasia to the Western Mediterranean
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CapatinVee
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Sep 2022
Cabin: Premium Suite Aurea (sealed window)
Traveled with children

We found a good deal and brought the extended family.

The good: the ship is good enough, lots of cafes mostly closed when you need them. Staff overall good and helpful, some exceptions. Cabins are small and older looking. TV like a postage stamp with white noise.

The bad: The buffet is like a crocodile feeding ground. Food mainly carbs and mostly poor in taste. Although the manager was very wiling to help but the policies for food are aimed at mass population. In general, all restaurants with the only exception (the only paid one), the Butcher,'s cut was between appaling and awful.

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Premium Suite Aurea (sealed window)

Descent but small

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