Half a stone heavier: Boudicca Cruise Review by elizabeth hannam

Boudicca 5
elizabeth hannam

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Half a stone heavier

Sail Date: September 2011
Destination: Baltic Sea
Embarkation: Newcastle (England)
Just arrived home this morning from a memorable trip on this wonderful ship. The ship was full with mainly over 50's. which suited us. The places we visited were beautiful four stops in Norway and three in Iceland.

Food was great, the chefs create 5 star food all the time, seafood buffet to die for, and way to many sweets to try. Our cabin was on deck three with easy access to lifts and stairs to dining rooms and lounges centrally located. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the entertainment was very good.

Drink prices were about the same as UK.

I now understand why lots of people choose only to travel with Fred Olson as the ships are of a size that makes every thing familiar and personal.

We will certainly return to this company, we have now decided this size ship suits us better than previous cruises on larger ships. Less

Published 09/29/11

Cabin review: E3074 Outside Cabin

cabin was on deck 3 on same passage as entrance to engine room and near to gangway exits in several ports. we never had any reason to complain. cabin was average size with twin beds two chairs dressing table and toilet and shower good size wardrobe and plenty drawer space. Hairdryer and all toiletries were also supplied.

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