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6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Sep 2022

This was a planned as a trip of a lifetime for my in-laws. AND IT TURNED OUT AMAZING. The cruise itself was absolutely perfect. Nice weather, great excursions, beautiful scenery, nice ship and excellent staff.

We stayed in two mini-suites (C403-3 adults & C331-2 adults). Loved having the extra space and the having shower/bathtub combo was nice since it increased the size of the shower. Our room steward Darryl was absolutely amazing he took care of our every need and went above and beyond to make sure our cruise was great.

We had a 6:00 seating in the Concerto Dining Room (always seated right away). Our waiter, Isagani (and his assistant) were the best. He called my in-laws el presidente and first lady (they enjoyed this very much). Made great recommendations on dishes and even brought me out mango every night (once he found out that I absolutely loved it). Most of the dishes were very good - a few excellent.

Cabin Review

Our mini-suites were amazing (C331 & C403). Lots of space, large closet and tub/shower combo. Room Steward Darryl was absolutely the best.

Port Reviews


Skagway was absolutely amazing. Train ride was beautiful with lots of information shared. Also went on a waterfall tour which took us into Canada. Everyone was friendly and the stores in town were full of lots of souvenirs (prices were very reasonable) and food.


Nice little town. Went on a tour of the rainforest (saw bears, eagle, & salmon) sent some time a Creek Street where we saw seals, eagle and more salmon). Shopping along the pier is very nice and souvenirs here are very reasonable. Had lunch at the Alaska Fish House which was the best cod fish and chips I have ever had - extremely fresh.

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