Cruise & Maritime Northern Lights Feb 2012: Marco Polo Cruise Review by peter lynch
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Cruise & Maritime Northern Lights Feb 2012
Destination: Baltic Sea
unfotunatly two ports of call were cancelled because of bad weather at sea,which was no ones fault but the itinery was left the same as if it had been a shore day,there were no films or extra entertainment put in place.
the ships theatre company were exellent as were the musicians and singers around the ship, the guest artists were suberb,but there could have been a bit more More variety..eg a magician,
the cabin was large and comfortable the library was very well stocked the games room was of a high standard with a huge assortment of games
if i had to pick one member of the crew for special mention then it would be the cruise director richard who could not do enough,he was always there with a smile always with time to talk to the passengers a genuine and nice man.
the food on the ship was good, but not as good as other ships,and there did seem to be a lack of space in the bistro at meal times.
over all it was a very happy ship and with a few minor changes would be an exellent ship Less
Cabin review: K
very good larger than average plenty of room distant vibration of engines large shower space,beds could have been bigger but not a problem plenty of clothes space wardrobes and drawers no where to put cases,always made up properly by stewardess
Port and Shore Excursions
Good cruise for a range of age...
Northen Europe and the Baltic ...
Great Cruise, Service Could Be...