Resilient Lady Review

5.0 / 5.0
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A refreshing change to cruising

Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024

Once you get used to the layout, it is an easy ship to move around. Despite the ship being nearly full, there were no crowds gathered, except for scarlet night, etc. The food was overall very good, but restaurant bookings were difficult to get if you couldn’t get used to the app quickly. There is not enough seats for everyone to eat at each of the restaurants.

Prices for drinks, entertainment and shopping were not cheap. If the ship was in $AUD then it would have been good value, but priced in USD and a low exchange rate, it was an expensive proposition.

There is a good range of quality excursions available, but once again being priced in USD made them a lot more expensive than just getting off and doing the same tour privately. (Even if you include a reasonable overhead for the ship to organise the markup is something to be aware of.

Cabin Review

Great bed. The life boat obstruction was not a huge problem. The hammock was a WINNER. (slept in it on the first night after 1 or 10 too many drinks.

Lots of storage. The shower takes a little bit of thought and experiment but is a great concept.

They do need som Australian TV networks and Aussie Sport!!!!!!!!

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