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Perth (Fremantle) to Trans-Ocean Cruise Reviews

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A very dirty ship

Review for Astor to Trans-Ocean

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Nomorecruisesforme
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Take lots of antibiotics and cold and flu medicine with you. The cruise from Perth to Tilbury was full of sick people. They go to the card room, the bars, the dining areas and the lounge. They were taken on a tour of the kitchen. I stopped going to the fitness classes, the entertainment and group activities because of the risk of infection. We ate outside. The well people were.becoming ...
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Sail Date: April 2017


A nice ship with ample seating throughout/good size room&veryclean.

Review for Queen Mary 2 (QM2) to Trans-Ocean

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rockinjohn
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

We have cruised before many times, an expensive error was assuming QM2 & Cunard would prove an upmarket ship&cruise,although the entertainment average,the food in the Britannia Rest.nothing short of a disaster @ all times many cold meals replaced on request only to have the same again,some tables all meals sent back ,dress code for the Australian Port of calls dubious¬ policed, sad for passengers ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Cabin Type: Balcony


Superb

Review for Sun Princess to Trans-Ocean

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Woodsman 1
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

From embarkation at Fremantle WA to debarkation is Singapore this cruise was superb. The weather was magnificent and I think an average of about 32 degrees C the entire trip which meant we basically lived in shorts singlets and thongs (Flip Flops) during the day and casual summer attire of an evening which really suited most passengers on board. The entertainment on board was just that ...
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Sail Date: March 2016

Cabin Type: Balcony


First Cruise Australia to England

Review for Astor to Trans-Ocean

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Eiffel
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

We chose this cruise based on value for money. We were not seeking a "party" boat. I must admit I was expecting it to be boring, but had a wonderful time. The activities were well planned and the food was excellent the entire trip. Crew were very professional. Despite being on the boat for 38 days, we did not want to get off when we arrived in England. Has definitely turned me on to ...
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Sail Date: March 2016


Astor to UK

Review for Astor to Trans-Ocean

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cruising fans
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We chose this cruise for its ports of call, destination and cost. Embarkation could have been handled better. We seemed to spend a lot of time lining up and by the time we got on it was time for drill. Astor is an older and smaller ship and consequently does not have the facilities and amenities of the bigger ships. However, we found that less passengers meant we got to know each other and ...
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Sail Date: March 2016


14 Days Singapore to Fremantle

Review for Sun Princess to Trans-Ocean

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2slow
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

After a 6 day break in Singapore we boarded the Sun Princess for a 14 day cruise to Fremantle via Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia. Embarkation was quick and efficient with the Princess staff taking care of all details. The Sun Princess is an old ship by cruise standards so of course it is showing its age as any piece of machinery (which is exactly what it is) will do especially after ...
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Sail Date: February 2016

Cabin Type: Owner's Suite with Balcony


Never Again

Review for MSC Orchestra to Trans-Ocean

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Narelle Madden
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Came with great expectations - none were met. The food was shameful - no way there was a chef in the galley, a home cook could put more flavour and could cook more authentic ethnic food than what we received. The Indonesian bar and cabin crew were amazing! The European crew were rude, lazy and just didn't care about the passengers concerns. Their infection control was non existent leading to a ...
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Sail Date: April 2015


MSC Orchestra; stay away.

Review for MSC Orchestra to Trans-Ocean

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wohciren
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Returned home from 36 days on MSC Gallipoli absolute nightmare. 2500 hundred on the ship 80%-90% were ill within a week. We believe the ship carried down a virus from the Northern Hemisphere and passed it along to all on board. The Italian staff were not helpful, the doctor did very little and the ship ran out of paracemetol within days. The food was terrible both dining room and buffet, our ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


This could be much better.

Review for MSC Orchestra to Trans-Ocean

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waterman1
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

I did not have great expectations of MSC, I researched thoroughly via this website. The entertainment was outstanding, with the exception of "Frankie", Australians are too polite to walk out. The enrichment lectures were again, outstanding. The food was awful, I knew it would be - was not disappointed. I was at a table with three (including me) passengers who were gluten free, our menu ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


I would not recommend MSC Cruises to my worst enemy; extremely disappointed.

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Lyn M
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

The Italian staff on this ship were rude, arrogant and often told us lies. They need the sack! The Balinese staff, on the other hand were excellent - friendly, helpful, caring, considerate and could not do enough for you. The food was a disgrace. I got food poisoning 3 times - twice from milk that had gone off and once from apricots that had been dried and then re-hydrated. The chefs tried ...
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Sail Date: March 2015


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