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Eurodam Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Terrfic 17-day Transatlantic Cruise on the Eurodam

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ElEl
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Aug 2011
Cabin: Neptune Deluxe Veranda Suite

We returned on September 10, 2011 from a 17-day transatlantic cruise on the Eurodam that started in Dover, England on August 24 and ended in Manhattan with stops in Amsterdam, Zeebrugge (Belgium), Dublin, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, St. Johns (Newfoundland), and Halifax.

The itinerary was spectacular. What attracted us was the nice mix of ports and at-sea days and the mix of exciting large cities (London, Amsterdam, Dublin, and New York) with remote cultures of the North Atlantic and with the charm of St. Johns and Halifax. We were not disappointed. It was a wonderfully varied cruise with times when we could completely relax and times when we were touring interesting places or sailing past jaw-droppingly beautiful scenery.

The highlight of the trip was the day we spent scenic cruising on the Prins Christian Sund in Greenland. Through an incredible bit of luck, we had unusually good weather - cold, but very clear. The result was breathtaking. We spent the better part of the day cruising through a fjord with unbelievably tall, nearly vertical, sheer granite cliffs punctuated by glaciers and waterfalls. Because the weather was so uncommonly good, the captain extended the tour into a portion that no cruise ship had ever visited before.

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Neptune Deluxe Veranda Suite

Cabin SA

Stateroom 7047:

Midship location. Since it is almost directly across from Neptune Lounge, it is extremely convenient. We never heard any noise from either above or below. And since it was midship, it minimized some of the rocking motion on the North Atlantic. The room was spotlessly clean, and the cabin stewards were always attentive.

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