Viking Orion Review

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Review for Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Viking Orion
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DelyDM
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023

We chose this cruise because we have wanted to see Australia and New Zealand and this cruise had a lot of stops in both countries. Another plus was having the opportunity to unpack once and having a home base to keep coming back to vs a land tour where you live out of your suitcase moving every day or two. Those were the top 2 important criteria.

Embarkation was very easy, especially since we had submitted the preliminary information prior to travel. We dropped off our luggage and then went on a tour of Bali on our own in the afternoon as the ship was not leaving port until 11pm.

We both enjoyed the Chefs Table because of the wine pairing with each course and the change of menu every 3 or 4 days.

Cabin Review

What can I say, it is a cruise ship! But there was 2 chairs & a coffee table to sit at besides the bed and we had the balcony with 2 chairs and a table, so its not like we only had the bed to sit on. The bed was set up as a king and was comfortable. They cleaned & straightened up twice a day. Very attentive.

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