MSC Euribia Review

Beautiful ship but !!!!!

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on MSC Euribia
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Sail Date: Nov 2023
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

We boarded MSC Euribia on the 24 th November , initially it didn’t disappoint , it certainly had the wow factor . The Glitzy stairs , the mall with its animated colourful ceiling . The staff were friendly and welcoming .

Before long our cabin was ready , we were on deck 13 and had an upgrade to a deluxe balcony cabin at no extra cost . Again we weren’t disappointed the cabin was clean , quite spacious with modern fixture & fittings .

We were allocated The Colorado River as our main dining room for evening meals . The dining room itself was lovely and we weren’t to tightly packed in where we were sat either . We were given a table for two and the staff were again very friendly and attentive. The meal itself though did leave a bit to be desired . The starter of a Greek salad type arrangement wasn’t too bad at all . The main course though minted leg of lamb looked very pale , had barely any veg , it tasted just about passable , the desert was a rasberry and chocolate cake which actually was the best thing I ate in there .

Cabin Review

Deluxe Balcony

The cabin was lovely , clean well kept by the lovely steward , nice roomy shower . Very comfortable bed . BBC & ITV television available . The pillows perhaps weren’t the best even though they say they have a pillow menu .

Port Reviews

Hamburg

Not worth getting off the ship if arriving on a Sunday outside of December !

Le Havre

Ok but you’ll need a trip to somewhere Le harve isn’t the most exciting place to visit

Rotterdam

Lovely place itself with a brilliant food market . Amsterdam though was stunning I’d highly recommend a trip to there

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