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Halfway around the world on 'Arcadia'

Review for Arcadia to Australia & New Zealand

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goodwinmacc
6-10 Cruises

We joined Arcadia in Los Angeles, at the start of the second sector of her World Cruise, and disembarked 7½ weeks later in Dubai. It was our first time on this ship, and the longest cruise we have yet experienced. We found Arcadia to be a very welcoming ship, and she very soon wrapped herself around us and became ‘home’. As with most cruises we have taken, we’ve come home with a bag full of ...
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Sail Date: February 2014


Arcadia World Cruise sector

Review for Arcadia to South Pacific

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rogeraspey@sky.com
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

We are quite experienced cruisers having travelled with Cunard, Celebrity, Thompson, Royal Caribbean and now P&O. This cruise was a big one for us being my retirement gift to may partner and I. It was planned in meticulous detail booking extra leg room seats on flights, excursions booked on line and the cruises booked very early. The outward flights booked with P&O were taken on their regional ...
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Sail Date: February 2014


Boring !!!

Review for Arcadia to South Pacific

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Pol73
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

Where do I start ! cruised with my Husband and Mum, we are both 40 years and Mum is in her late 60's. This ship is suited to British curry eaters who don't like music from the twentieth century and a night out at the Globe nightclub involves doing the foxtrot and waltz. This ship is designed for anyone over the age of 85 years and was too boring for even my Mum, The entertainment (there wasn't ...
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Sail Date: February 2014


Fabulously friendly passengers

Review for Arcadia to Australia & New Zealand

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trishntrev
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

This cruise was a great mix of English, Australians an a few Kiwis. It was the friendliest cruise I have ever been on. Not necessarily with the crew though. The shows in the theatre were brilliant and the best I have ever seen oh any cruise, I couldn't believe how lucky we were to have Pam Ayres one night.We also had the Tenor boys and a variety of other very professional shows. We actually went ...
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Sail Date: February 2012


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