Resilient Lady Review


Review for the South Pacific Cruise on Resilient Lady
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First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Feb 2024
Traveled with children

A fantastic trip - entertainment and food is out of this world. Don't come on expecting a quiet trip, but it is what you make of it. The gym, classes and walking track are great. Make sure you book into gym classes and dining the minute you are able to. Our stop over in Burnie for the day was also a great add on and the locals are divine. Dining - Pink Agave dinner was the highlight followed by Extra Virgin at a close second. Scarlet Night was great, as well as the bingo and Persephone show. They have many bands and acoustic sets around the ship that will make you end up changing plans so be warned - you want to be adaptable as the only disgruntled cruise passengers I came across were those who weren't. Getting on at Sydney is quick and Virgin don't leave you wanting to be back on dry land.

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