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1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
Had the pleasure of travelling in the Arabian Gulf on MV Horizon, it was outstanding even though the ship is 30 years old it is still a good ship and the service is exceptional, food very good , service great and the advantage of free ... Read More
Had the pleasure of travelling in the Arabian Gulf on MV Horizon, it was outstanding even though the ship is 30 years old it is still a good ship and the service is exceptional, food very good , service great and the advantage of free drinks was a nice touch. The shows were great, everything is done in Spanish and English, majority of crew are Pilipino so no problem, compared to the opposition MSC who I have travelled with out of Durban several times, always a disaster and terrible food, there is no comparison, Pullmantur really goes the extra mile. I thought the food quality was only because of the ship going out of Durban but after hearing the horrendous stories from passengers from two MSC ships in the Arabian Gulf they all complained about the bad food on their MSC ships and this stunned me. Seeing a certain South African travel agency loves to run Pullmantur down and I have now had first class experience to it not being true. I now throw out a challenge to the CEO of MSC if the comments made by several of your passengers is not being true show me that this is not the case. You want a great cruise try Pullmantur you won’t be sorry we met several UK passengers who were on their 3 trip on Pullmantur so that’s good enough to hear the positives, Read Less
16 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
Decided on going into the sun for one week in February during the winter. We were looking for several land options but the cruise sounded actually better as you can see more destinations. We booked via a tour operator which also included ... Read More
Decided on going into the sun for one week in February during the winter. We were looking for several land options but the cruise sounded actually better as you can see more destinations. We booked via a tour operator which also included airfare and transfers, so in all the package with also the Pullmantur "all inclusive" made this offer a great bargain! Embarkation can be hectic, in spite of pre-registration, you still need to sign forms. Funny as even the health declaration is forwarded via email to you, so all the nitty-gritty details can be done at home. Yes, the ship is 30 years old design, it is still a nice ship to sail on. There is maintenance and carpets have been refreshed amongst other things, but it is not sparkling new ship. Our cabin therefore was renovated but still unchanged in set up from 30 years ago. It is adequate and ok. An other example the gym is very small and not many machines are offered. We found only very friendly staff: smiling, happy people offering all your all inclusive drinks and food happily! There is also Cafe Mocka, a meeting hotspot, offering excellent espressos, caffe latte, cortados or cuppuchinos (luckily for me NO instant muck!). Breakfast and lunch are buffet style and during busy times even the main dining room is open and set with a buffet. For dinner the MDR (2 seatings) offers you a selection of a la cart specials (set ones) and along some daily specials of 2 starters/main/desserts. As the ship is Spanish focused, most food is geared to Spanish taste: paella for lunch along roasts of leg of lamb, etc. Gazpacho is one of the standard soups, excellent tuna steaks as a daily special or little filet steak for dinner during the gala. For us it was a eat as we consider this food as delicious. There are very few small tables (for 2 or 4 persons, most tables excist of 6 or 8 persons), so you will be asked to share the table. We asked the Maitre 'D and he provided a table for 2. Entertainment is also focused on Spanish guests, so there is dance band with live music for salsa and cha-cha style dances, a flamingo music style guitar player but there was also the main band playing with several different singers. Many nights they also sing & perform along a dance group at the theatre. The evening show is at 9pm and in between the seatings for the dinner. Most shows are really good, because all is played 'live'; like ABBA or Beatle night. There was also a Spanish story with music & dancing (nice) and a ballet based on recorded classical music (not so nice). But in all, the ship is alive with passengers amusing themselves and having a real good time at all outlets! There is a casino with gambling machines as I know them from the fairgrounds, where with little money you can gamble. Excursions are sold in advance and on the ship, it was easy to purchase tickets on-boards but remember, you need to be a crowd of at least 10 pax in order to receive a guide who will speak English on that tour. We have done our tours by ourselves: - Santa Cruz Tenerife: take local bus 910 to beach Las Teresitas and hired lounge chairs - Danta Cruz La Palma: as the island deserves a proper visit, we rented a car upon arrival at the terminal and drove to the other coast (60 mts drive), you can drive more around, we just enjoyed the scenic views and stayed there. - Sea day and enjoyed the sunshine, cafe Mocha and there was the gala night - Agadir, Marocco: we pre-arranged ourselves via a local hotel (Riad Villa Blanche) a transfer and enjoyed lunch and spa treatments after a visit to the market. - Arrecife, Lanzarote: rented a car at the pier and drove to the vulcano (45 mts drive). - Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura: due to wind and less sunny weather we walked around the town and visited a big shopping mall (best mall of all islands). - Las Palmas, Gran Canaria: we had 12 hours before the evening flight and booked a hotel on the beach (Sercotel Cristina Las Palmas) We would certainly do this package again but we heard that MSHorizon is going to be placed from Dubai same time next year. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2017
It was advertised as a Xmas cruise..Spanish don't do Xmas As I found out. The food in the main dining room was strictly rationed.No international cuisine only Spanish.No coffee except on 2nd sitting which commenced at 2145 so ... Read More
It was advertised as a Xmas cruise..Spanish don't do Xmas As I found out. The food in the main dining room was strictly rationed.No international cuisine only Spanish.No coffee except on 2nd sitting which commenced at 2145 so who was that catering for almost exclusively Spanish. The cabin was basic but comfortable.interestingly has 2 bunk beds on the walls.. Just like a car ferry..which basically this was minus cars. The service was ok and the excursions were overall good value and interesting. The entertainment was for a Spanish audience and not of high quality. The bars were few and crowded until 2145 when second sitting started. I met a number of fellow cruisers who would not travel again on this ship. It bears no resemblance to a modern cruise ship. The food was basic and small portions with almost no vegetables or salads and no deviation from starter,main,desert. There was no coffee,no cheese plate and we were ushered out quickly at 9 to allow 2nd sitting at 2145. Read Less
22 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
We chose this cruise as it departed from Málaga Port. We had received our luggage tags from our agent with our documents a week prior to the cruise so they had already been filled in - with the visa and health forms - so it was just a ... Read More
We chose this cruise as it departed from Málaga Port. We had received our luggage tags from our agent with our documents a week prior to the cruise so they had already been filled in - with the visa and health forms - so it was just a matter of dropping the luggage off to the staff. This was very quick and easy. Embarkation process in the terminal could have been more efficient - there were numerous staffed desks but it took approx. 1 hour queuing to get through the lines to the desks ! It didn't help that the staff "managing" the queues appeared to be unaware of where the queues started and finished...this meant that people who were at the "back" of the queue were directed to a new desk opening while those already queuing ahead of them were "stuck" in the queue and just had to wait.! There was a desk for those who had "checked-in" on line...where you could also choose your embarkation time..but...you still had to go into the queue to get to that desk..so complete waste of time to check in on line..and you still had to repeat check-in process at the desk.!! As cabin numbers are allocated on the paperwork ahead of check in - it would have been a lot more efficient and less confusing for clients to check in to desks or areas by cabin number. The ship held numerous security drills for staff so it felt good to know they were prepared if the worst ever happened..although if you were sleeping it was a bit of a rude awakening to the sound of the sirens! The ship is not new...and there is a slight feeling of it being an older lady of the sea..but the staff appear to work hard and maintenance and cleanliness were not a problem. Just do not compare it to the big luxury cruise ships - it is what it is.. Pullmantur is a Spanish company and so the on-board entertainment is Spanish focused .. however most entertainment could easily be followed (or had reasonable translation into English). The SPA was small and compact but offered a good selection of treatments. There are different offers and discounts available during the cruise so look for those for value. There is a hairdresser available but as they wish to promote their treatments then a simple wash and blowdry is quite expensive and I'm sure more people would use the service if priced at onshore salon prices. (43€ for a shampoo, condition, 5 minute head massage (during the shampoo and condition) and a quick slick of eye cream and a brush with some bronzing powder was a bit much). There was a cooking demonstration on one of the days at sea which was extremely popular..this was really the only time that the presentation could have been better...lots of people meant that it would have been better held in the Theatre but..otherwise a great session..and the food samples were very popular.! The majority of the staff in the bars were very polite, cheerful and helpful. The staff in the main restaurant - at least at our table (number 27) were excellent.. There is a Gluten and Lactose Free Menu for those who require it..and a couple of times other diners wanted to order Gluten Free for variety. (especially the steaks). :) The main menu offered a reasonable selection but at times the quantity of the main course was a bit on the small size for the men with larger appetites. We were on the Zenith last year and the food was better (mainly as sides of vegetables and potatoes were a standard offering..none this year). The buffet and grill offered a selection of cold starters, hot mains and basic desserts each day..you could usually find something but after a week it does get a bit boring.. As usual there was a selection of shore excursions available. Information sheets in English were left in the cabins each afternoon. If no excursion was chosen you could still go ashore and just potter about the local town. NOTE: Do check in time to book coach transfer tickets as except for Livorno they all had to be prepaid and prebooked...not available on the day - some Ports are 30 minutes walk into the nearest commercial area. On this ship there is the possibility to download the Pullmantur App - whilst it is to find out information about Pullmantur Cruises it also provides information on daily activities, the layout of the ship and...something which is not promoted..offers a WhatsApp type service from guest to guest. This is idea to find people if they are not in their cabins as you can "check-in" your location. It works without internet so really handy. Disembarkation was extremely efficient - leave luggage outside cabin before 01.00hrs - receive copy of invoice for any spending on board during the evening - if you have left credit card details and invoice is correct..no need to do anything except wait for your colour code to be called and make your way to terminal..pick up luggage waiting for you and that's it! All in all an enjoyable cruise - if available again from Malaga - and different ports of call (this time it was - Málaga - at sea - Porto Torres (Sardinia) - Cittavechia (Rome) - Livorno (Pisa & Florence) - at sea - Alicante - Málaga) then I would consider it. Ratings are based comparing what I would expect at an all inclusive hotel. Read Less
14 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Given the great price of the cruise and the age of the ship, we were ready for anything. But this was a great cruise. The outside of the ship is well weathered, but the inside was great - easy to navigate and plenty of good places to hang ... Read More
Given the great price of the cruise and the age of the ship, we were ready for anything. But this was a great cruise. The outside of the ship is well weathered, but the inside was great - easy to navigate and plenty of good places to hang out. The ship is small, and less than one thousand passengers on our cruise, but it was homely and friendly, and even though the primary language is Spanish it was easy to feel part of the atmosphere. Its not going to compare to the larger US based ships, but we're seriously considering a return cruise to do the alternate itinerary. The highs were the itinerary and the friendliness of bar and entertainment staff. (The included beverages were quite extensive - you have to drink a lot to make the $70 total drinks package worth it. The extra charges on premium beers and wines amounted to $1 or $2 per drink,) We had cabin 1107 - a family balcony. Cabins are only cleaned once a day, but our cabin steward Eduardo was great. Bathrooms are small. Balcony was weathered, but useable. Buffet dining surpasses any ship I've been on (we've done most mainstream cruises). The buffet area is compact but complimented by two covered terraces on the back of the ship. The dining room service was good, the food was often the same as served in the buffet. There is no late night food anywhere on the ship. Morning coffee starts as 7 p.m. Food service closes at 10 a.m. 2nd dining however is at 9.30 p.m. Embarkation was superb, however getting in and out of Dominican Republic is something else. If you stay for more than 24 hours you have to buy a $10 tourist card, plus pay $20 import tax before boarding the ship. Prepaid shuttle from airport to ship is the best way to travel, then take a Santo Domingo excursion on the last day. Ship leaves at 9 p.m. and gets back at 9 a.m. Everyone was off by 11 a.m. Enrichment activities were limited. My partner did the yoga class on four days. No art auction, no hard selling. There was a cooking show in which both cruise director and captain participated in. There were daily craft workshops and spa seminars. The Entertainment team and Animation team were outstanding. Only one show a night in between 1st and 2nd dining, but three of them - the Halloween show, the Abba show and the Rock Never Dies were great. Lots of interaction between crew and passengers. Neither of us speak Spanish but rarely did we feel excluded. Staff remembered us through the week. The coffee lounge was a great hub. Most of the specialty coffees are included, as are cocktails and some wines and liquors. Disco seems underused and didn't start until 11.30 p.m. Theme nights every night - Gala (one formal), tropical, terror, white, black & white and rock. Great itinerary - Martinique, Barbados, Grenada & St. Vincent. We booked the Island tour in Barbados, and Spice & Rum tour in Grenada. Great fun. Wished we'd have done an excursion in St. Vincent. Beware - excursions are in Spanish, however English is the first language for the tour guides - a bizarre scenario. (Martinique is French). Best value for money. Wide age range though not many kids. Singles rates are really good, therefore many single travelers on board. Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
I think that I can echo the same things about Pullmantur cruises that have been said here and agree. The furniture in the state rooms is in very bad condition and the collar around the hot tubs was broken. There were no excursions with ... Read More
I think that I can echo the same things about Pullmantur cruises that have been said here and agree. The furniture in the state rooms is in very bad condition and the collar around the hot tubs was broken. There were no excursions with English guides available at any port. We took a Greek Island cruise and I would expect the food and entertainment to be Greece themed but instead was all Spanish. The tipping was just added to your bill and you get no chance to dispute it or adjust it, they just add it to your bill on the last day. There are none of the amenities cruise ships usually have. No luxury at all. You get what you pay for though, transportation to five Greek Islands, meals, entertainment (in Spanish) and that's basically it. If you're looking for a normal cruise ship experience, don't take a Pullmantur cruise. Embarkation was a real problem. The buses that normally run from the subway station in Piraeus to the cruise port didn't stop and you have no way other than walking (over a mile) with suitcases in tow to where the ship was. That's a little hard to do in 100 degree heat. There should have been Pullmantur shuttle buses to take you to the ship. It's a very basic, bare bones, no perks cruise I cannot recommend. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We chose this cruise because it left from Colon Panama where and we were visiting friends in Panama. The itinerary was original too. Colon, Cartagena, Colombia, and the ABC islands. As I am learning Spanish, this cruise was a great ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it left from Colon Panama where and we were visiting friends in Panama. The itinerary was original too. Colon, Cartagena, Colombia, and the ABC islands. As I am learning Spanish, this cruise was a great language immersion experience for me too. The fact that alcoholic drinks were included in the already low price was also a positive. However, the service was not as good as on other cruises, the restaurants staff in general do not show any enthusiasm, and seem a bit bored. On the first evening dinner, we had a couple of waiters that were simply difficult to deal with. We requested a change and had a great pair of friendly waiters for the rest of the cruise. In the buffet, cleanliness seems to be a problem and the table towels appear to be reused without any wash, with visible stains, and a smell that does not resemble that of a freshly cleaned towel. As opposed to the formal dining restaurant where all is up to standard or better. The cabin, an inside one, is surprisingly larger than many other cruise ships, with plenty of storage space. When reported, an issues are quickly resolved. So in summary, this a good cruise ship and line but only if you are not to picky about Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
I choose this cruise to know greek islands and an oportunity to calm holidays with my wife. But unfortunately the cruise was a disappointment with accumulation of people in the pool, without conditions, not filled with cold water. For ... Read More
I choose this cruise to know greek islands and an oportunity to calm holidays with my wife. But unfortunately the cruise was a disappointment with accumulation of people in the pool, without conditions, not filled with cold water. For breakfast and lunch at times of us possessed no place to sit down and disfrutarmos the pleasure of living together as a family. Despite a few/some excellent employees got the bad impression of everything else and strengthening the lack of direct response to a passenger/customer who won't be back and will do everything to prevent other customers from using these trips. I effected an exhibition concerning occurred in 2017.06.10 in Mykonos that Pullmantur not took care to inform passengers and had 4 hours in the queue while waiting for transport to the boat more than 50 people, children, elderly and sick people. Besides the information that gave the old port of Mykonos to the new port where the boat was moored was incorrect and caused expenses and loss of time without being reimbursed. Best regards Azinhais Rosa Mr Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
We paid for the upgrade to the "waves club" and were not siddapointed.. Our hostess Josianne was an amazing lady - so friendly and accomodating in every way. The staff in the Waes lounge were the same. We were treated like ... Read More
We paid for the upgrade to the "waves club" and were not siddapointed.. Our hostess Josianne was an amazing lady - so friendly and accomodating in every way. The staff in the Waes lounge were the same. We were treated like royalty all the way. The food was fantastic - not what we were expecting on an all inclusive cruise - a large variety of different things in the two main restaurants and dinner was al a carte everynight in the restuarant on the 7th deck. our cabin staff who cleaned the cabins everyday were helpful, friendly and very polite. We had cabin number 1024 and only had one problem. Every day at the same time we had a loud vibrating noise that was pretty loud coming from the floor below us. at first we thought it was the AC but it turned out to be something mechanical in the ceiling on the floor below us. We had to call the front desk to get them to sort it out. we had to call every day. that was the only complaint until the end of the cruise. They lost one of out bags in between taking it the night before disembarkation. When we docked at the port we were taken off the boat to go through customs to get our bags. we were there for almost 2 hours looking for our bags. The coach wa delayed to the airport and we almost missed our flight. we got the the airport at the time of boarding and it was busy. we had to be rushed through the line ups to be ablet oget on the flight. up until them we had an amazing cruise. everything was perfect. but the losing of our luggage was someting that completely spoiled our holiday. whenever we think back about this amazing holiday we will always have a bad memory of them losing out bags. All the souveneirs that we bought and the gifts for our families were in the lost bag.. very upsetting. but the cruise itself was fabulous. the excursions were very well co ordinated and all were exactly as described. Read Less
15 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2017
I took a cruise that was to take me to La Romana, St. Maarten, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbados and Grenada. First disappointment: without any explanations, the stop at La Romana was cancelled. the company decided to give USD 100 per ... Read More
I took a cruise that was to take me to La Romana, St. Maarten, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbados and Grenada. First disappointment: without any explanations, the stop at La Romana was cancelled. the company decided to give USD 100 per cabin. On one of the islands, the stay was cut for three hours, also no explanation. I purchased an internet package consisting of minutes, but the account was charged based on megas, meaning you very quickly used up the "minutes" you had purchased. a rip-off. Second rip-off: the beverage package. Half of the listed beverages are not available. The cruises organized by the ship are disastrous and expensive. When you complain, you are exposed to a Spanish lady at the tour office who treats you in a disrespectful and rude manner. The food served on the ship is nowhere near the gastronomic experience of other ships (i.e. Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Celebrity), it's very normal food to calm your hunger. This is a Caribbean cruise, but no seafood (shrimp, smoked salmon, etc.) is ever served. The menu is oriented for the large percentage of Spanish passengers that are on board. The "night with the captain" is another deception. You are to dress elegantly and are then sent to and seated at an auditorium, where you listen to the captain on the stage talk and introduce you to part of his staff. Then you can have your picture taken with him (picture for which you have to pay). And then the event is finished. We were charged USD 108 per person for a so-called "service tax", which we assumed was the tips you are supposed to give. But this is not so. We were told that we were free to give tips, so I have not idea what that money is for. I got no answer when I asked why we were given a 100-dollar-compensation per cabin, and not per person, if the service tax was charged per person. Nobody would give me an answer. Summarizing: a very disappointing experience with this company, which I will not recommend to any of my circle. For the price I paid, I could have gotten twice as much service on another cruise. This is no luxury cruise at all. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2016
This was our first cruise and after reading the reviews in advance were a little worried, however the fears were soon dispelled. Our cabin(9006) was very comfortable and kept spotlessly clean. The food on board was excellent both in the ... Read More
This was our first cruise and after reading the reviews in advance were a little worried, however the fears were soon dispelled. Our cabin(9006) was very comfortable and kept spotlessly clean. The food on board was excellent both in the main restaurant and buffet. The ship was very clean throughout and the lounges and bar areas were well maintained. The staff were amazing - so polite but friendly and very happy to serve their guests. Getting off the ship in port was done very quickly and the staff always wished us a good day and hoped we would enjoy it. Getting back on they always asked if we had had a good time Ashore. Only small things but they create the right impression. The nightly entertainment was very good, from the shows in the main theatre to the small groups playing in the casino lounge. A special note about the staff,in the main restaurant. After being sea sick on my first day I could not eat my meal and the waiter asked if he could introduce a gentleman who could listen to my dietary requirements and try and formulate a menu for me but I assured him it was just "mal de mer" and I would be fine tomorrow! They were all so nice And very efficient. All in all we had a wonderful time and were sad to leave the ship. We have booked another Pullmantur cruise for 2017 and can't wait. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2016
We were a party of 6 in three cabins with balcony, the cabins were good, the food was excellent and the entertainment was first class, although Mr Bubbles was probably more for the kids. Great crew all friendly. We read some bad reviews ... Read More
We were a party of 6 in three cabins with balcony, the cabins were good, the food was excellent and the entertainment was first class, although Mr Bubbles was probably more for the kids. Great crew all friendly. We read some bad reviews before we boarded, but hey there are always wingers so all was a pleasant surprise.. Full marks to the Zenith crew. The ship is a old but was in good condition, the cabins were clean roomy and bright . Our waiters were a lot of fun, very friendly and ever so helpful. The food was always a great choice , we had vegetarians in our party and there was always a a good choice for them also. There was entertainment in the disco but the best and very professional acts were in the main theater . We took advantage of all the excursionsm Rome, Florence Pisa and Monaco, all well organised and informative. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2016
We chose this cruise as it had tribute acts we had seen in our local club in Spain. We had what was advertised as a junior suite, apparently it wasn't. The bathroom stank! We were to,d to keep the plug in the bath to stop the ... Read More
We chose this cruise as it had tribute acts we had seen in our local club in Spain. We had what was advertised as a junior suite, apparently it wasn't. The bathroom stank! We were to,d to keep the plug in the bath to stop the smell. The bed was comfy, plenty of storage. Our cabin steward never cleaned it properly. All inclusive! I don't drink alcohol and due to being diabetic don't drink fruit juices. Bottled water NOT included in all inclusive!!! We did the excursions, so we had to pur have our own lunch whete on the trips, no packed lunch or water provided for trips. The disco where we had the tribute acts smelt of sewers in certain places. The good was good, no complaints there. I know it was a budget cruise, but our cabin was not worth twice almost twice the price of the cheapest and I did not expect the nauseating smells. At Malaga port trying to board was a nightmare. We did not have priority boarding as we were expecting. It was like a cattle market Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2016
So looks like my first ever cruise was to be the last for this ship in its present form.....it's now on its way to a refit before moving to the Caribbean. Desperately needs a refit cos its tired beyond redemption.......supposedly ... Read More
So looks like my first ever cruise was to be the last for this ship in its present form.....it's now on its way to a refit before moving to the Caribbean. Desperately needs a refit cos its tired beyond redemption.......supposedly had a Deluxe Cabin with Balcony but Deluxe is described as "Particularly elegant, luxurious, or elaborate for its kind; of superior quality or refinement:". .....not a chance, firstly the room was really small and cramped, the smell coming from all the drains in the shabby bathroom was just awful and my cabin was situated at the very back of deck 10 and right underneath the outside eating area of the grill restaurant....... it just beggars belief how passengers ( particularly Spanish nationals) are only happy once they've rearranged all the deck furniture by dragging table and chairs from pillar to post.......what a noise!! Of course once passengers have moved all the tables and chairs the crew have to move them all back - normally at just after 5.00 am!!! Now the balcony was accessed through a very heavy, badly fitting sliding door and was in itself ..tiny.. but it was nice to have the wind whistling through the gaps in doors to accompany you all the time there was a wind ...which was all the time the ship was actually cruising...... Now the good points......nothing to do with the fabric of the ship but the good was excellent in every one of the cafes, grills and restaurants.......brilliant menus, terrific service and outstanding quality of food....... the other good thing was the price.....you get what you pay for in most things in life and this is a truism for this ship.....2 or 3 star prices for 2 or 3 star accommodations.......it might be interesting to see what a refit does for the overall experience..fingers crossed. Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
We choose the cruise because we went to Cartagena to get married. So my husband and I decided that would be a good idea take the cruse there. I'm going to do a favor to people who like read reviews: Please don't take that cruise. ... Read More
We choose the cruise because we went to Cartagena to get married. So my husband and I decided that would be a good idea take the cruse there. I'm going to do a favor to people who like read reviews: Please don't take that cruise. The food was awful, in all restaurants, breaksfast buffets the same every day, just few things to eat, the eggs were the worst I've ever had. People who go there are unrespecful, I even have a problem with a guy in the casino who asked me and my husband money to bet, was unbelievable. Times to eat were very limited. Please don't go, it`s very bad cruise. The chair at the pool and in the bar 360, so old and even broken. Seriously, I don't understand why that company still working. The stops in each port were very short, mostly from 7 to 2; well the cruise get at 7 but then you have to wait to get off the boat, it`s a process and it takes too much time. I definetely won't take that cruise with that company anymore and I recommend people don't do it either. The experience was terrible. Cabin was pretty old, dining terrible, service was poor, entertaiment was poor, excurtions was poor, they don't have in English any excursion. Read Less
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