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29 Mediterranean Repositioning Cruise Reviews

We have sailed on all of NCL's Jewel class ships and love them all. They are large enough that there is plenty to do, yet small enough that it has a "neighborhood" feel. We are Platinum Plus as well as Ruby in the casino, ... Read More
We have sailed on all of NCL's Jewel class ships and love them all. They are large enough that there is plenty to do, yet small enough that it has a "neighborhood" feel. We are Platinum Plus as well as Ruby in the casino, so embarkation was a breeze for us. We always get a 2 bedroom suite (non-haven) since most of our cruises are longer (this was 29 days) and we need that extra room for our sanity and sleep ! The cabins are very comfortable and if I could take the bed home, I would, it's better than mine at home. The specialty restaurants (with the exception of LaCucina) were great and generally exceeded our expectations. The main dining rooms were just average both food and service wise. The casino staff was amazing and they actually made you feel good about losing your money....lol. They also have a few smoking areas that are comfortable for the smokers, yet far enough away from the non-smokers that everyone was happy. If you are a smoker, stick with the Jewel Class ships. The larger ships have very few, uncomfortable smoking areas that it takes away from the entire social atmosphere. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
My wife chose this cruise because of the itinerary. Nineteen ports in 25 days was the determining factor. The interior of the ship is a different design than most ships we have cruised. The music theme throughout puts a music alley on ... Read More
My wife chose this cruise because of the itinerary. Nineteen ports in 25 days was the determining factor. The interior of the ship is a different design than most ships we have cruised. The music theme throughout puts a music alley on the second level. Four entertainment rooms each with a different musical genre encompass this level. Then main stage too is different. It is theater in the round with screens as a backdrop which could digitally do anything. Here is the failure of this entire concept. One night only there was a performance called Humanity that utilized the technology of this stage. This show was five star. Most of the other nights a solo artists performed such as a flautist or singer. Even worse was the nights Folkloric shows were staged. Mediocre at best was the theme of the main stage. Activities included bingo, twice during the 25 days Majority Rules was played. Otherwise there was a list eg. ping players meet, bridge players meet, etc. the bottom line is this was a a really substandard performance by whomever was in charge. The service staff was outstanding. The ship was super clean. Dining room staff was great. The buffet servers, waiters etc were five star. Food, yes there was variety and it was well prepared. We only took one shore excursion with Holland. I book most tours before I leave home because Holland America tours are pricey and the groups are large. Rijeka, Croatia was a poor choice for a port. Originally the port was to be Ravenna, Italy but got changed to Rijeka. Google Rijeka.....nothing to see or do there. All of the other ports were quite good. I was unsure of going with Holland America because if it’s reputation of serving the 80+ cruiser. Thus cruise had every age group represented. Summertime is family vacation time. We would have given the rating of a ten if the entertainment was up to par with other cruise lines. Instead we gave it an eight. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
My wife and I had done a transatlantic cruise on the Breakaway last April, but our travel companions had to back out due to a late medical problem. So we decided to get together this year and do it again with everyone being healthy ... Read More
My wife and I had done a transatlantic cruise on the Breakaway last April, but our travel companions had to back out due to a late medical problem. So we decided to get together this year and do it again with everyone being healthy again. The cruise left from the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, which is a bit hard to find, and is not really an inviting place to sit and wait for boarding instructions. However, once on board, everything went well. We had lunch in the Main Dining Room (MDR) and proceeded to our cabin (a mid-ship mini suite on Deck 11). We met our cabin steward, and have him a small cash tip to ensure good service. We never saw him again, but I must say that he did his job very efficiently and our cabin was always clean and made up after breakfast and turned down each evening. The cabin was comfortable with lots of storage space and nice verandah. Food onboard was of very good quality. We ate in the Alizar dining room a few times and found it noisy and cramped. The menu there was always identical to the menu in the MDR. My biggest problem was with the shortage of variety from day to day. Appetizers did not often change and the main entree page, while being different almost every day, often did not appeal to me. Having said that, the food was well prepared and always arrived hot. Servers varied from VERY attentive and friendly, to almost indifferent and slow. One evening in the MDR, we were seated in a corner and almost forgotten. In order to make the 9 PM show, we had to get up and leave before dessert because the server was incompetent and brought the wrong items. But, for the most part, service was good. We did enjoy the wide variety of buffet items for all three meals. Breakfast was as one would expect, with all the usual offerings. The burgers and pizza at lunch were always well prepared. Lots of great dinner items, with a different cuisine highlighted each evening. Entertainment and shows were of varying quality. We did NOT like the Cruise Director, Claire Booth. She is British, and had a nasty habit of affecting a snooty accent when making public announcements which drove us nuts! We did not find her outgoing, as has been the case with other CDs we've encountered. She did a daily TV show on the ship's system with here assistant Fabi, which was painful to watch, almost as bad as watching Hoda and Cathie Lee on NBC. The productions shows were of high quality, but we've seen better on other ships. The compulsory illusionist act was somewhat boring. However, the comedian, Tony Daro, was laugh-out-loud funny. In addition, a vocalist-violinist, Greta Salome, from Iceland was unbelievably talented. Most amazing violing work I've ever seen. We found out later that she is a violinist in the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. They are lucky to have her. Won a few bucks playing slots in the Casino. Stayed as far away from daytime gambling opps such as "Deal or No Deal," as we learned last year that it is nearly impossible to win at that game. The casino had limited table games of the usual variety. There was plenty of stuff to do onboard during the sea days and the initial six days at sea during the crossing went by pretty quickly. Having the Unlimited Beverage Package made it a lot more enjoyable as we could have a drink at any time without worrying about the cost. Bartenders were always friendly. Always ordered my Aperol Spritz with a double shot of Aperol and never had a problem asking. Ports of Call were excellent. Our first call was at Ponta Delgada in the Azores. We were there last year, so we opted to walk around the town on our own. Enjoyed the Farmers Market and an outdoor meal at a sidewalk cafe. Second call was in Lisbon, Portugal. We had our own private guide and she was great. Showed us the city, as well as heading out to the town of Sintra. I can't recommend this town enough. It was wonderful! Had lunch i the seaside town of Cascais before returning to the ship. BTW, all of our shore excursions were booked on our own and we never had any problems returning to the ship with plenty of time to spare. Next port was Cadiz, Spain. We left the ship and immediately headed inland to Sevilla. Our guide took us through the Alcazar (incredible!) and then we spent some time at the Feria (an annual fair in Sevilla in May). Unbelievable costumes and displays! The drivere who brought us back to the ship was really nice and gave us a short tour of the city of Cadiz before we got back to the pier. After another day at sea, we arrived in Barcelona. We'd been there a number of times before, so we opted for a private tour of Montserrat. This is an impressive mountain with a monastery and cathedral on top. Very impressive. Excellent British-born driver/guide here and he knew his stuff, which made the day go very quickly. After Barcelona, we stopped in Cannes, France, and had an all-day tour of Cannes, Nice and Monaco. Our guide was so much fun. She took us to the village of Eze and the Galimard perfumery there. Then on to Monaco and Monte Carlo, where we actually won a few Euros in the beautiful Casino Monte Carlo. This was our favorite port call. Next, on to Livorno, where our driver met us in town (we took the ship shuttle bus--for 5 Euros per person--and noted that lots of passengers just ignored the ticket salesperson and hopped on the bus without paying and no one stopped them at all). We went to the small towns of Siena and San Gimignano. Lots of medieval stuff to see there and we had a very nice time. Finally, we arrived at the end of our cruise in Civitavecchia (the port for Rome). Disembarkation went smoothly and our driver/guide met us at the pier. We had booked a port-to-airport transfer with a three-hour included tour of Rome and the tour was wonderful. We had all been to Rome before, but our driver took us to places in Rome that we had never experienced before (along with the usual stops at the Colisseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, etc.). A great way to end our vacation. He took us to the airport and we said "Arrividerci, Roma" to end our 14-day journey. Read Less
Sail Date April 2019
Firstly this was our first cruise so we have nothing to completely judge against, however the things I will talk about was our experience. On arrival onto the ship we we’re badgered by staff wanting us to sign up to a drinks package ... Read More
Firstly this was our first cruise so we have nothing to completely judge against, however the things I will talk about was our experience. On arrival onto the ship we we’re badgered by staff wanting us to sign up to a drinks package which we had already sorted pre arrival. This also didn’t stop for a couple of days. ( by all means assist customers but make staff be seen but have customers approach staff ) We also were constantly bugged by the staff photographers constantly asking if we wanted our picture taken and even after a polite no they then pleaded ‘it will only take a few minutes ‘ whilst following us. My polite no’s were beginning to wear very thin towards the end. To add insult to injury the one time we gave in, we were then automatically charged £34.99 to our card before even seeing them. From the reception they told me it was down to me to say I didn’t want them to have the charge removed. So I was glad to keep an eye on my account on my tv in my cabin. Otherwise it would have been a shock on leaving. ( may be better for customers to say yes before charging). Each place we docked at we were badgered if we wanted taxi or sight seeing bus. All were stupid prices and you can do so much better sourcing your own public transport at great prices.... it got tiresome as they wouldn’t take no as an answer. I feel msc security/ dock security should monitor this and actively reduce this annoyance. Now the ship is an absolute beautiful design. Really took our breath away. The mid ship sky screen shows and displays were very good. The shows onboard were very very good and thoughly entertaining. And at 30 mins I feel it was too short but understand with time restrictions for the program it has to be that way. I had no issues with my premium drinks package and recommend this is purchased. The staff were all very friendly and pleasant and had no bad experiences in the dining room with food or waiting staff. The cabin ( we had a balcony) was a nice size and I would say it was a slightly smaller than the average Travelodge room but pretty much the same layout. Tv channels were slightly limited ( but who comes on holiday to watch tv ). The safe is quite tiny and we couldn’t put our iPads in it. But it was simple to use. The Bed was very comfortable with two pillows. Balcony size ok. Mini bar idea not so good. .... it is not covered on the drinks package. I think to enjoy the balcony it would be good to use from mini bar to save having to go to the bar for purchasing drinks to carry back. Most drinks in there can be from the bar anyway. ( just saves borrowing and restocking ourselves the next day early). The spa is amazing and well worth the visit. Spent most days in there for a couple of hours recovering from our days walking. However on the sea day it got very busy. Maybe it would be good if msc only allowed the package deal only people to access on sea days and offer no day pass. ( could earn more money for them and balance the numbers out for spa visitors). With the numerous relaxation areas jacuzzis and steam/ sauna rooms and ice room. Not forgetting the emotional showers there are plenty of places to relax and rest. Never gambled before and the casino was an awesome experience. Staff very friendly and when it was quiet we asked how to use tables and all was explained very well. There are serious gamblers there, and people like us who had fun with between 10-30 Euros per visit. We actually visited most nights and actually walked away with more Euro’s than we started with. The water slides were fun to use, and the pools were relaxing. And the external hot tubs on the deck were very nice also. Anyone in two minds about first time cruising, I think the ship will give you the experience that will help decide if it’s for you. And as for us......... we will stick with msc and look out for more locations this ship will visit and try out the other ships in the fleet. We have been converted to a life of cruising for sure. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
The Divina is a beautiful ship, for sure. Clean, elegant, spacious. Definitely NOT American. And that's not a bad thing. We have plenty of "American style" cruiselines and to have another option is a plus. We've ... Read More
The Divina is a beautiful ship, for sure. Clean, elegant, spacious. Definitely NOT American. And that's not a bad thing. We have plenty of "American style" cruiselines and to have another option is a plus. We've recently returned from a 20 day Transatlantic journey and over the course of the cruise I've formed many opinions of this ship and the cruiseline in general. I'll start from the beginning. Sit back and relax- this may be information overload, but a lot of questions will be answered. Embarkation. Your cruise ticket will have a recommended time for your embarkation. Ignore that and get there when you want to. 11:00 am is fine. They will not turn you away. We did, however, have to wait awhile because as we found out once onboard, two crew members jumped ship in Miami. Defected. Left. So of course, immigration was investigating. We didn't have to wait long, however. We were onboard by 1:00 pm. Once we crossed over the gangway to the ship we noticed a lot of the ship was cordoned off and we had to go up to the Buffet- along with everyone else. So of course, it was crowded. Embarkation day- that's to be expected. No worries. We got our food, found a table and enjoyed our first Divina meal. The buffet is very large and the food is plentiful, varied and good. You do have to look around because there are different options around every corner. Burgers, hot dogs, wraps, pizza, salad and fruit can be found in the center area between Manitou and Calumet buffets. Fruit juices, tea and coffee are available all the time. They tend to run out of creamer a lot, though. Daily specials and desserts will be on either side. Just wander around a bit to get your bearings. Window tables are, of course, the most popular. They do have too many handicap accessible tables- they are usually all empty. Sit at one if you must, but be prepared to move if necessary. After lunch we checked on our cabin, which our amazing cabin steward, Maskur, told us was "almost ready." We were able to drop off our backpacks and go explore a bit. It was when we dropped off our bags that we noticed that our balcony cabin was small and had nothing more than a bed, a desk and two nightstands. No sofa. Quite a shock and disappointment considering they did not show a picture or diagram of our cabin style anywhere on their website. Balcony cabins are shown to have a sofa. This was a major issue for us- especially for a 3 week cruise. We waited a day to address this with guest relations because the we know the first day or two is so hectic for them. When we did go to inquire about the sofa we were told sorry- nothing we can do, the ship was sold out. Not wanting to give up so easily, we went back the next day to talk to a different agent. He seemed more sympathetic and understood that we didn't feel that we got what we paid for and said he'd contact us once we left New York City to see if there was another cabin available and if not he'd see what he could do. He never contacted us so we returned to him. Sorry- there was nothing he could do. We asked for a supervisor and he went behind closed doors to speak to his supervisor. The supervisor told him he had spoken to me at the Cruise Critic Meet and Mingle and I had told him or cruise was great. Partly true- I had actually said everything was great but we were disappointed in our cabin, which, of course, was brushed off. We were bewildered and disappointed but decided to shake it off and not let it ruin our cruise. So just beware- there is a very large percentage of balcony cabins that have ONLY a bed, two nightstands and a desk. No sofa, as is pictured on their website. Deceptive advertising. Issue number two is do not purchase anything online prior to your cruise. If you do and want to cancel or change your order once onboard- you won't be able to. We purchased a photo package on their website prior to sailing. Once onboard we decided that we did not need 10 photos of ourselves so we asked to cancel. Sorry- you purchased online you have to cancel online. Okay. We paid for 10 minutes of internet service to cancel our package. Since we'd already set sail we could not access our online account! Back to the photo department. Sorry. Nothing they could do. Sigh. Okay... well- we purchased the package, we'll choose some photos in a few days. You have to purchase all 10 at the same time. We went to the photo department to choose some pictures and found 7 that were decent so we asked them to hold those 7 until we posed for more photos on Italian night. When we returned and chose a few more pictures to complete our order- they had lost the original 7!! We had given them our chosen photos and our cabin number. Anyway- long story short- we ended up getting the manager involved. End result- they reprinted some (some were never found on the computer) gave us about 14 pictures instead of 10 and we're supposed to get a full refund because of all the time we had to spend going through all the photos multiple times. Haven't seen the refund come through yet. We did receive an email that it is being processed. Muster drill- a waste of time. You could not hear or understand what they were saying. Had there been an emergency it would have been total chaos. Television- on a 3 week cruise the ONLY channel we could access in English was a British news channel. Can we say "Brexit overload?" One or two days they did offer a few free movies, but the test of the time your choices were to pay for movies, watch British news or turn it off. Okay- enough with the problems we had personally. On with the good. As I said the ship is beautiful. And clean! Our room steward- Maskur- was amazing. Our waiter and his assistant were both wonderful. The staff in the buffet worked very hard. They will interact with you and converse with you if given a chance. They are far from home and missing their families. Ask about their family! They will beam as they tell you about their home. Food- The food in the buffet is plentiful, varied and good. We chose to eat there on several evenings when we didn't want to dress up for dinner. It was always great. The Black Crab is a beautiful restaurant. The variety is somewhat limited in my opinion but there was always something I could find and the portions are big. I never had anything that wasn't hot and good. The best kept secret is the Sports Bar. Hamburgers, Reuben sandwiches, fish and chips, Ceasar Salad, wings- all complimentary and all good! Finding a table is sometimes a challenge though. There are only a few tables and people tend to gather there to play cards or just chat without ordering food. And you have to eat your food there- you can't order and take it anywhere else. The Piazza del Doge has complimentary cookies, cakes and sandwiches throughout the day and night. Gelato is $3.50 for a small cup or $5.50 for a large. They also make Sundaes and shakes for $6.50- $7.50. I can't speak to any drinks packages- we never buy those. Not worth it for us. There are always juices, tea and coffee available in the Buffet. The bed- comfortable enough for me. A bit on the firm side but I slept well. Activities- Dance lessons, origami lessons, craft sessions, trivia games, scavenger hunts, bingo, exercise classes, yoga, etc. are available throughout the day. The entertainment team is busy and energetic all day long. Shows - Mostly music. Singing, dancers, a ventriloquist one night. As with any ship- we enjoyed some shows and didn't care for others. That's up to individual tastes. Ports- we booked the cruise for the ports. This was a 20 day Transatlantic repositioning cruise with incredible destinations. NYC, Bermuda, Azores, Portugal, Malaga and Valencia, Spain, Marseilles and Genoa. Overnight in 4 of the ports, which was amazing! NYC- was way too cold for these Florida people! We stayed onboard on a nearly empty ship, which was nice. Bermuda ended up being canceled due to weather.... from what I heard this was the 3rd time in a row Bermuda has been cancelled- but that could be hearsay. We ended up in Tenerife in the Canary islands. A bit of a RIP off many felt, because we were supposed to have 2 full days in Bermuda, instead we got an extra sea day, and a not so great alternative port- and no refund on lost port taxes for Bermuda. It would have made more sense to give us extra time in one of our shorter ports- as we only had 6- 7 hours in several of our ports. I do understand, though, that there could be scheduling problems. Finally- MSC is a fine cruiseline and the Divina is a beautiful ship. The big area that MSC needs to improve on is communication. Talk to 3 different people about an issue and you will get 3 different answers. They are not consistent. Know this before you sail and you will be fine. Their website..... well- I'll just say it needs work and I'll leave it at that. Will I choose MSC for future cruises? Probably not. Crystal staircases and pretty decor can't make up for poor customer service and lack of communication. MSC is privately owned, answers to no one and simply does not appear to care about their guests. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Been on Discovery 2 before, nice ship, food ok, staff lovely always smiling, especially Philip he is a credit to Marcella. Ports of call very good, weather in Europe not so good, we were in a force 12 gale one day, but we survived it. ... Read More
Been on Discovery 2 before, nice ship, food ok, staff lovely always smiling, especially Philip he is a credit to Marcella. Ports of call very good, weather in Europe not so good, we were in a force 12 gale one day, but we survived it. Entertainment from Headliners excellent, didn't see comidiens so can't comment. 4 Tunes very good but did not like Jon Asher. Pleased Captain didn't say it's going to be a 'bobby dazzler' as often as he did on last cruise, he must have taken heed of feedback. I must say to all those inconsiderate people who went up to the Veranda deck to move sun beds on the 5 consecutive sea days ,one night it was 3am and others it varied between 4 am and 6am you should be ashamed of yourselves and if anyone thinks of booking a Junior Suite on deck 8 think again because you will be woken up in the early hours unless General Manager does something about blocking the stairs on deck 9 that lead to Veranda deck during night time thus stopping the selfish people from accessing Veranda deck until a reasonable time. Good cruise overall, but will not book a Junior Suite deck 8 again. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
I chose this cruise as well as the last seven day cruise of the Mediterranean of the season which gave me 28 days on board. The ship is very modern and was kept in immaculate condition whilst on board e.g. The balcony was hosed and ... Read More
I chose this cruise as well as the last seven day cruise of the Mediterranean of the season which gave me 28 days on board. The ship is very modern and was kept in immaculate condition whilst on board e.g. The balcony was hosed and scrubbed four times in 28 days. The interior design of passageways was a bit confusing with dark wall panelling and large mirror inserts which tries to give the feeling of space but when turning a corner into a dead end corridor to be confronted by a large mirror was a problem. I would not like to be finding my way out in an emergency. The Aurea balcony cabin was the usual size and layout and the bedding was very comfortable, I would not pay the extra cost for the Aurea over the Bella if I used MSC again. Cabin steward was very helpful, respectful and pleasant. I must admit that on the seven day cruise I was upgraded to Yacht Club and unfortunately cruising will never be the same again. A more finely appointed cabin, butler, dedicated concierge, quite lounge and food area, pool deck and bar, restaurant and preferred embarking and disembarkation was a bonus. The entertainment on the Mediterranean sector was excellent but once we departed for the Atlantic crossing the quality of the entertainment was not as good and I ended up not attending a show every night. Maybe I was spoilt by my first week in Yacht Club but when I returned to my original cabin on deck 12 and used the buffet which was huge, I was disappointed by the cluttered layout of the seating and the quality of the food in comparison to Carnival, RCI and Princess, MSC should take a look at Voyager and Radiance of the Seas to see what I mean. The main restaurant was very nice, the service good and the food was OK but all beef dishes were a bit on the tough side. Bar service was excellent and drinks were in the usual price bracket. Shore excursions were good, value varied from port to port with the usual problems of transporting forty odd people in a coach. Talking to passengers from Europe and the USA confirmed my thoughts on the lack value for money that Australian passengers received in comparison,discounted fares and free drink packages were the the norm for them. My last gripe and I was aware of this before I booked was the multi language messages on the PA which became irritating after a few days. This was my first experience with MSC and unless they can offer more for the Australian consumer I don't think I will sail with them again. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
Okay. I still think Viking Ocean cruises are the best. Our first Viking ship - the Sky - broke down & our cruise was truncated. BUT, overall, our recent Amsterdam to Barcelona cruise was above average: The ship is beautiful and, even ... Read More
Okay. I still think Viking Ocean cruises are the best. Our first Viking ship - the Sky - broke down & our cruise was truncated. BUT, overall, our recent Amsterdam to Barcelona cruise was above average: The ship is beautiful and, even though this was a full cruise, there’s still some places I haven’t made it to... Torshaven - I’m looking at you! I love that this is an adults-only cruise for the discriminating traveler. I also liked that the line has retained its dress code of casual elegance for dinner... surprising but good! Now for some negatives, to help Viking retain its reputation as The Best: Improve the excursions!! I found both the included and optional to be lacking. The size of groups, pacing, and especially the guides could have been better!! One thing that might help is to do like on our River Cruise. Have one enduring group for the “go-getters” and at least one for the “handicapped and ‘slow-getters’ like photographers.” On that same line, my husband and I did not feel we got the value of our $99 ea Andalusia excursion. A large part of it was tasting the regional food, yet putting a whole bus-load of guests around a long cafeteria table with no choice of foods except the lackluster offerings served by lackluster cafeteria-type employees was an insult!! And the food was not tasty, much less plentiful. Limited to one glass of sangria... Really? 2) Other things noted: the restaurant service ON THE SHIP seems to have slipped since 2015, as well. On our first cruise the staff not only knew us by name but remembered something of our preferences! More training needed in these days?? Oh! And another biggie ( re: lack of personalization): I started in, I think it was April, to try to make the staff aware of a special double-70th birthday reunion for my former college roommate & myself. I wrote several times, spoke to some people and even filled out forms for the exact words I wanted on the cake (to follow our celebratory dinner at Manfredi’s.) I, of course, agreed to pay a hefty charge for this service, yet it was never correct!!! To Viking’s credit I don’t believe we ever got charged for the cake (?), yet we got one we never ate brought to our cabin as a welcome gift... compliments of ourselves?! They also brought us a small non-personalized cake following the dinner - but only after a special request from my husband to our waiter. It was not how I wanted this special dinner for a friend of 50 years to be! I never even got a response, much less compliance, to what I had requested. And finally - about food service: the first room-service breakfast we ordered was not tasty at all and everything was cold. On our second try we specified clearly what we wanted (“hot”, “browned” etc) and it was only minimally better. This was a favorite part of our first (2015) Ocean cruise with Viking!! 3). A couple of suggestions that would make the staterooms even more comfortable: have not only top sheets, but also thin blankets available for those who can’t adjust to the comforters in duvets Provide small microwaves to just re-heat stuff (ie. coffee, croissants) Cut out the Cruise Directors’ unnecessary morning-chatter-announcements... or at least make them later. They annoy us late sleepers. They woke me up - yet I couldn’t really hear them! I suggest only NECESSARY announcements piped into the rooms (not what we can also read in the Dalies/weather etc.) Just beef up the Viking app a bit more with daily changes, etc. 4) And one last complaint: that Immigration check in our Portsmouth stop was inexcusable! We decided that that was the one excursion we would skip (in exchange for a luxurious morning in bed) because we didn’t want to get up early for the immigration check and had such a short time in port anyway. Imagine our dismay at being rooted out with no time to put on makeup or anything! And it is unreasonable if you are not going ashore at all. Why can’t you just check for the necessary sticker when people LEAVE THE SHIP - or, at least, warn people of this crazy requirement in the pre-cruise literature?! SO, it seems with all of the above, I must have hated this trip. NOT SO! It was actually great in sum total, and I will continue to recommend Viking Ocean cruises to everyone I know!! Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
To visit castl Gandolfo and Carcassonne and to experience Muse. Restaurants. I always thought I would prefer separate individual restaurants as you have on Muse. But, now that I experienced that I was totally wrong. The restaurants were ... Read More
To visit castl Gandolfo and Carcassonne and to experience Muse. Restaurants. I always thought I would prefer separate individual restaurants as you have on Muse. But, now that I experienced that I was totally wrong. The restaurants were great. The food was wonderful. But, we never got to know anyone. It was like dining in a restaurant onshore. The main reception bar area was huge. We always went to the bar on our other cruises (2 world SS cruises, plus others). On Muse we never went once. Too impersonal. The arts restaurant is a great idea. We went there a few times. We prefer dining in our suite on longer cruises. After one exhausting excursion we decided to have dinner in our suite. But, you can only have the 24 hr menu in the suite. I was shocked. We had an owners cabin aboard Oceania once and the butler brought us food from all the restaurants. I could have Italian and my husband oriental. If they can do it, SS can do it. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We have sailed twice previously on Oceana, once when she was quite new and once when she was looking ready for a re-fit. This time the re-fit had been completed and she was looking fresh with new carpets and furniture; but let down a bit ... Read More
We have sailed twice previously on Oceana, once when she was quite new and once when she was looking ready for a re-fit. This time the re-fit had been completed and she was looking fresh with new carpets and furniture; but let down a bit by not refitting the cabins or doing some general maintenance on things like balcony doors that needed a lot of power to open and were very hard for a woman to operate. But I have digressed a bit and will start with the transfer to Southampton. This cruise was a re-location cruise to Malta and we were transferred quite efficiently by coach from Manchester Airport to Southampton. Booking in and embarking the ship was one of the quickest we have experienced from Southampton, and as an added bonus the cases were waiting when we got to our cabin. The main thing we noticed was the pungent smell in the cabin, which we soon pinpointed to the shower curtain; why they dont just change them as a matter of course each cruise is beyond me. We were on fist dining in the MDR as it suits us due to medication issues, the food was always of good standard and served by a great team. The buffet was of similar quality and the midnight snacks and hot chocolate were also very good. The midnight buffet was a great place for a chat with the staff and wind down before bed. Entertainment in the theatre was some of the best standard I have seen for a while, and the entertainment in the bars were also good; just wish they didn't have to disrupt musicians with quizzes. Disembarking went well and we were transferred to Malta, not a long wait and back home. Read Less
Sail Date March 2018
Thought we would try Discovery 2 as it is an ex Royal Caribbean ship. They had great crew, seemed really happy, which is always a bonus. Plenty of time in the ports of call. The only thing we didn't like was the casino as this ... Read More
Thought we would try Discovery 2 as it is an ex Royal Caribbean ship. They had great crew, seemed really happy, which is always a bonus. Plenty of time in the ports of call. The only thing we didn't like was the casino as this is always a fun part of a cruise. In this case it was far too small with only one crowded roulette table and dull electronic slot machines. Other than that we had a great time. This cruise was on an all inclusive drinks package. We chose to upgrade to premium but not really necessary as lots of branded drinks included. Passengers dressed smartly for dinner. Great saxophonist and a good comedian. Excellent club on Floor 11. Decent evening meals. A much more chilled experience to have breakfast in the main dining rooms rather than search for a table in the buffet restaurant. Get a cab to town if you travel to Madeira its only 10 euros and saves a huge walk. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
We chose this particular cruise because of the various unique ports. Well, we obviously did not do our homework. Portland was Weymouth, Seville was hours away, as were Pisa and Florence and Rome from the ports. The excursion prices were ... Read More
We chose this particular cruise because of the various unique ports. Well, we obviously did not do our homework. Portland was Weymouth, Seville was hours away, as were Pisa and Florence and Rome from the ports. The excursion prices were outrageous. We met people that had paid just under $100 for shore excursions to the port towns that were walking back to the ship as the excursions were mostly drop offs with long periods of time in between pick ups. The ship is a selling machine. From the time you get on board you are constantly being barraged with announcements, mail, tents on tables and desks to buy excursions, photos, jewelry, specialty restaurant experiences, spa treatments etc. Even water was being sold as you exited the ship's gangways... for 10 to 20 times the price you would pay when you get into the town. We calculated that there was a Sommelier for every 4 tables at dinner time! They sold 8500 bottles of wine on our cruise alone! The ship is beautiful. The rooms and common areas are bright and modern. The bathrooms have modern fixtures and ample room. The room stewards could not have been more friendly or attentive. The table and buffet service was excellent. Most meals were very good. Most of the shows and lectures were good. The Digital Workshop was good, but you have to line up a half hour before the class to get a seat. The World Theater is modern, but only holds 800 people. They had 3 35 minute shows each night to accommodate 2500 guests. We had 9 ports in a row. Too many to thoroughly enjoy as we were exhausted from walking every day. We would not book a cruise with subsequent ports more than 4. Good cruise, but over 50% of the guest were sick with colds. I came home with pneumonia. Nice mix of ages and ethnicity of guests. We met a lot of wonderful people when dining each night. The dining room hosts were extremely accommodating and we never waited to be seated at a table area of our choice. That was a big plus. We really liked the Deli and Dive Inn as alternatives to the dining room and the Lido buffet. We were extremely pleased that all food was served in the Lido buffet rather than everyone helping themselves. Embarkation took 3 hours! We arrived at 11:20 and got to our cabin at 2:20pm! It took 2 hours just to weave through the lineup to get to the desk, then another period of time to wait in chairs to be called to board. This was exhausting. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
The principal reason to chose the cruise was because I liked the different ports and the company of the cruise. It was incredible visiting all the cities, except for Brindisi, I don´t understand that stop. The worst thing was the shows, ... Read More
The principal reason to chose the cruise was because I liked the different ports and the company of the cruise. It was incredible visiting all the cities, except for Brindisi, I don´t understand that stop. The worst thing was the shows, they had always the same style but with different type of music, they weren´t amazing. I only enjoyed the first one. The dinner was good but the cabin too short for 4 people, we couldn´t stay the 4 at the same time because we hadn´t space. The service was one of the best parts, they were always there whenever you needed them. The teenager´s club was entertaining and the kids had a lot of fun there because they met people from all around the world. They loved the disco and the different themes that the disco had. In general it was a positive experience and we enjoyed it a lot. We would definitely repeat it Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
i am happy with the result. in fact, I am going to repeat in one week but this time i will try in Central America. The staff was correct, not nice not unfriendly and the animation team was also good. I didnt like the dance teacher, she was ... Read More
i am happy with the result. in fact, I am going to repeat in one week but this time i will try in Central America. The staff was correct, not nice not unfriendly and the animation team was also good. I didnt like the dance teacher, she was believed, rude and unfriendly with some guests and she laught when someone couldn´t follow the dance class. We weren´t dancer, we just wanted to spend some funny days!! the room was perfect and clean at the first view but we found one tshirt and shoe under the bed and I promise it didn´t belong to us. We paid for all inclusive but we have to pay for juices, ice creams and creppes. I think that if you offer all inclusive service, it should have all the drink and food from the cruise. I am very displease with the excursions and all transfer. The price was really expensive and we paid 4 mor times from de boat in Mikonos just for buying inside de cruise. I think you could give more information about the ports, the transfers and in general, about what we have to do. In my opinion, you should think that nobody knows nothing about how to move in a cruise so all people need information and organization. I also can´t understand why we had to pay for one picture that we couldn´t choose and the staff decided to left in our room. In general I happy with MSC, the experience was differente that I though but it was correct. Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
We approached this cruise with some trepidation. We had done the Bay of Biscay a couple of times in rough weather on the big car ferries so no problem there. But we had not used Thomson flights or holidays for some ten years following a ... Read More
We approached this cruise with some trepidation. We had done the Bay of Biscay a couple of times in rough weather on the big car ferries so no problem there. But we had not used Thomson flights or holidays for some ten years following a dispute over flight seats. (On a holiday to Egypt we did not get the allocated seats we had paid for in advance) The flight turned out to be alright but the registration in the terminal at Malaga was a shambles. A two hour queue before we got on the ship. We had an outside plus cabin midships on deck seven which we thought was very good until we woke up on day two to find no heating in the cabin. That day in Cartergena was cold and wet. It was finally solved on day three after breakfast,it was at this point we started to relax and enjoy ourselves. We dined in the Orion Waiter Service Restaurant for breakfast and dinner,we found it very pleasant away from the queues and jostling in the buffet restaurants and helpful to be able to resist the urge to top up your plates. We preferred a table for four as we found we met with nice and interesting people. Any table with more seats ran the risk of meeting the cruise bores, (we've been on thirty or more cruises)- to be avoided at all cost. We did eat in the Lido and Sirens buffet restaurants during the day which were well stocked with a large variety of hot and cold food.We found the service very good everywhere and the food especially in the Mistral a la Carte Restaurant for a birthday celebration was excellent. A highlight of the cruise was a tour of the bridge which we found very interesting. The entertainment was mostly just OK, we preferred the piano bar after dinner, very relaxing with a good singer. The cruise lived up to our expectations which we thoroughly enjoyed. Nice weather in Valleta, Kotakolon, Kefallonia and Corfu certainly helped. Thomson Cruises have certainly got their act together and we will be cruising with them again soon Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
Food and facilities were generally excellent. Terraza was a bit hit and miss - excellent the first time and not so good the second time. Sushi Restaurant was great - first timer for sushi and I loved it.. Stars Supper Club has the ... Read More
Food and facilities were generally excellent. Terraza was a bit hit and miss - excellent the first time and not so good the second time. Sushi Restaurant was great - first timer for sushi and I loved it.. Stars Supper Club has the potential to be excellent (great music and ambiance) but food wasn't quite up to scratch. Stars has a tapas/small plate menu, so each morsel has to be perfect and they really weren't. The Grill has excellent steak and shrimp. The main Restaurant was great every night. Wine selections could not have been better - if we didn't like the daily selection we asked for others and got them at no extra charge. Service was excellent in some areas but not so good in others. Passengers want personal service from crew and now that they have to use iPads in the dining areas for food orders the personal service and interaction has been removed. I think the iPads affected the level of service. Use the iPads away from the customer - After you have taken the order. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
Wanted to try Viking ocean cruises because of their high rating. This was a re-positioning cruise, with an interesting and varied itinerary. We booked a pre-cruise trip to Madrid and a post-cruise trip to Oslo. The trips went well but ... Read More
Wanted to try Viking ocean cruises because of their high rating. This was a re-positioning cruise, with an interesting and varied itinerary. We booked a pre-cruise trip to Madrid and a post-cruise trip to Oslo. The trips went well but Viking needs to improve on communicating information to it's customers. I did not receive information on the pre-trip until 2 days before departure. They did not tell me that the airport transfers were covered even though I'd purchased my own air. Otherwise, the execution was great. Embarkation and disembarkation went fine. There's always a representative to assist you. The ship is beautiful and the cabins are spacious. The bathrooms are well-sized and efficient. There are so many dining options it takes a few days to figure it all out. The food was delicious and plentiful. Entertainment and activities were fine. Service was exceptional and the staff was great. We missed a port due to inability to dock safely and that was disappointing. It added another day at sea. The ports were interesting but sadly many of them required a long bus ride to get to the points of interest. With only one day in port, that's frustrating. We did not have time to stroll around on our own (10-20 minutes is not sufficient). We did pretty much no shopping as there was no time. If we had an hour to stroll around it was in the afternoon when everything was closed. Viking needs to improve the shore excursion process A LOT. They need to let people select excursions earlier and create a waiting list so they know which excursions are popular and then have enough time to arrange for additional busses, etc. We were not able to go to the Alhambra, had to book other excursions on our own and then had to get on wait lists onboard and not get excursions until the 11th hour. This is not good customer service and creates extra work for them onboard. The pre-cruise process was quite frustrating and we got different answers to the same question. We had to work so hard before the cruise in getting questions answered, booking our own excursions, etc. that it left a bad impression. Thankfully, the experience onboard was significantly better. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
My wife and I were excited to try the newest ship in the fleet. Overall a very solid experience, however there are a few changes that are unwelcome. Pluses: Excellent internet speed. We purchased the full cruise high speed package, and ... Read More
My wife and I were excited to try the newest ship in the fleet. Overall a very solid experience, however there are a few changes that are unwelcome. Pluses: Excellent internet speed. We purchased the full cruise high speed package, and never had an issue with speed or connectivity. We used it for both work emails and daily posts to Facebook with pictures and commentary on our fantastic experiences. We truly enjoyed the shore excursions, more than we had on previous Silversea cruises (we have become "Silversea only" cruisers since 2004, and this was our fifth). While our meals in La Terrazza and La Dame were consistently excellent, we found Atlantide to be just "good". We miss the open seating policy of the Restaurant. Every night required reservations, however the maitre'd in both La Terraza and Atlantide were always able to get us in where we wanted. We would skip Seishin and Indochine next time, and focus only on La Terraza, Hot Rocks, Atlantide and La Dame. The spa was not fully ready for us, as the lockers lacked hangers so our clothes ended up piled on the bottom. A good massage though. While we prefer the other ships and their open seating in The Restaurant, the overall execution of the new ship is excellent. Shows were well done, and seating very comfortable. We enjoyed the art work as well. As a bonus, we met a lovely couple from Shropshire, England with whom we plan to travel again. Silversea passengers are wonderful overall. Read Less
Sail Date April 2017
I wished to return home to the UK by sea and trains. The date and itinerary were perfect and half the price of the ferry. Having read some of the reviews I was a little apprehensive but was proved wrong. The cabin, staff and food were ... Read More
I wished to return home to the UK by sea and trains. The date and itinerary were perfect and half the price of the ferry. Having read some of the reviews I was a little apprehensive but was proved wrong. The cabin, staff and food were all excellent. I have used other cruise lines before as a means of getting from A to B rather than a cruise holiday, so my requirements are different from the usual passengers. However, I am very critical if necessary. The atmosphere was very friendly and casual compared with lines like Cunard and P&O for example, which I prefer. I ate in the main restaurant every evening and found the choice and quality excellent, including vegetarian. The wine in the inclusive drinks package was high quality and unlimited. Embarkation and disembarkation were fast and smooth. I will definitely use this ship again if possible and will look out for future itineraries. Read Less
Sail Date March 2017
The ship was absolutely lovely with very good and comprehensive features. The cabin was well fitted out but perhaps slightly smaller than we expected. The bathroom was great but the room did not have enough drawers. The veranda is ... Read More
The ship was absolutely lovely with very good and comprehensive features. The cabin was well fitted out but perhaps slightly smaller than we expected. The bathroom was great but the room did not have enough drawers. The veranda is small. We booked the cruise late and Viking seemed to struggle to get all the paperwork to us which gave minor problems. The daytime entertainment was poor with not enough to do - we had 8 days at sea; the lecturers were good and evening entertainment good with six excellent singers. The Cruise Director was likeable. Food was good though we went mainly to Manfredis the Italian restaurant which we liked a lot. The main restaurant often was slow. The wine with the meals was bottom of the range. The 'free' excursions were very good with one of the four perhaps below standard. Excellent guides. This will suit cruisers who want a bit of luxury and with plenty of cosseting. Excursions are a bit safe. Read Less
Sail Date February 2017
Embarkation was an extremely long drawn out operation, as when we arrived at the port, there was a huge queue while we waited to be signed in. On the Dream, we simply walked on board and were signed in within minutes. The size of the ... Read More
Embarkation was an extremely long drawn out operation, as when we arrived at the port, there was a huge queue while we waited to be signed in. On the Dream, we simply walked on board and were signed in within minutes. The size of the ship meant that there wasn't really sufficient seating for everyone on board inside. We were happy with the size of the cabin which was extremely similar to what we are used to on the Dream. Unfortunately we had separate beds this time as opposed to a double. Every evening except one, we dined in the Meridian Restaurant, but we felt that although the service of food was very efficient, the serving of wine wasn't. On many occasions we had to keep asking. Entertainment was very good and varied. Drinks service we felt was very hit and miss. The two shore excursions we did, Santorini and Petra, were excellent. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
Had a lovely cruise. But found that there was nothing at night. Freedom dining . Went at 7. O clock and was lucky if we finished at nearly 9.pm which meant that the show at 8.30 we missed and had to wait till 10.30 for next one. If we ... Read More
Had a lovely cruise. But found that there was nothing at night. Freedom dining . Went at 7. O clock and was lucky if we finished at nearly 9.pm which meant that the show at 8.30 we missed and had to wait till 10.30 for next one. If we did not go to show not much to do we are not drinkers so just walked about. Only 2 nights were la te. I am an older person but I won't go on another ship with most older people too many wheelchairs. I am sorry for saying that I know that but for the graceful of God I don't use one.i can't jive about but love to watch other people. Had a great rest bed by 9. 30 most nights. Cabin was lovely Steward looked after us. The ports visited were great and weather was kind to us. I suppose there were lots of positives as well as negatives can't please all Thanks to all will be back on another ship. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
Me and my husband have to travel a lot between Brasil and Spain, and we would do it every time by cruise, if there were cruises all year. As it is, we try to get them anytime we can. We would love if you could start a regular line, as ... Read More
Me and my husband have to travel a lot between Brasil and Spain, and we would do it every time by cruise, if there were cruises all year. As it is, we try to get them anytime we can. We would love if you could start a regular line, as it used to have many years ago.... We like MSC more than other lines, unfortunately we had a bad experience with Costa, they charged us a tax that wasn't said we would and we decided never to travel with them again. We loved the space in our cabin, it was one for disabled, since I have problems walking and need a wheelchair. We liked a lot the shows as well, but we just missed more karaoke, cause in other cruises we made there was always karaoke and it's something we really enjoy. Our waiter (Mika) was fantastic, as it was the cabin attendant (Jean Innocent). Overall it was a very nice experience. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
Oceania always provide good services, food and entertainment. The only disappointments were the cancellation of Istanbul and Cairo within the lists of Port of Call. Those cities were the reasons for the initial booking of this cruise. ... Read More
Oceania always provide good services, food and entertainment. The only disappointments were the cancellation of Istanbul and Cairo within the lists of Port of Call. Those cities were the reasons for the initial booking of this cruise. Some travelers mentioned receiving shipboard credit after complaining to Oceania (which would need confirmation). If that was true and correct, Oceania should have done across the board for all passengers. During the passage of the Suez Canal/Red Sea, the ship was attacked by flies. The crew had to do extra duties every night to fumigate the Terrace Cafe and other public areas. Oceania is very concerned of the safety of the passengers especially when sailing through the potentially high-risk areas. The captain advised all blinds or curtains would need to be pulled together after dark to avoid the attractions of the privates and the open decks were closed for public access. Closing the deck after dark caused some inconvenience because some passengers such as myself would normally have their exercise walks after the big dinners. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
I booked this inaugural sailing of the Carnival Vista in December 2015. Used Carnival to book the airfare which ended up being very cost effective. They also allowed me to fly in to Venice Italy two days in advance and also allowed for ... Read More
I booked this inaugural sailing of the Carnival Vista in December 2015. Used Carnival to book the airfare which ended up being very cost effective. They also allowed me to fly in to Venice Italy two days in advance and also allowed for two extra days in Barcelona at the end of the cruise. EMBARKATION: Terrible. Trieste Italy is not set up as a regular stating point for cruises so the embarkation took quite a while. It seemed like the walk was forever. Took almost 1.5 hours from arrival at the port to the time we stepped on board. SHIP: For this being Carnival's newest ship, she was a beautiful ship. Her layout was rather friendly. She is everything you would think she would be as a flagship to the company. The best thing about the Vista is Deck 5 and the Lanai that wraps all the way around the ship. After 5pm when they open up the Havana pool area to everyone it is a great way to get around the ship and have great views. The Atrium is also one of a kind. While there are no more glass elevators there is a new Bar setup with some beautiful views. Serenity Deck for adults is very nice and the added feature of the bar with a salad station was the biggest differences over other Serenity areas on other ships. DINING: Used Your Time Dining which utilized Horizon's Dining Room. If you had a table at the back windows you were treated to great views. They utilized the American Table set-up which was OK. I would like to see tablecloths utilized instead of making it feel just like sitting in the Lido buffet. The staff were still trying to figure out the table numbers as they had difficulty remembering which numbers were where. I have to admit though that the menu really had little flair to it. The Lido buffet was probably better than other cruises I had been on. Well set-up. Breakfast was excellent as long as you avoided what was supposedly scrambled eggs. The omelette station was excellent and it was right between the buffet lines. ENTERTAINMENT: There were all new shows featured in the Liquid Lounge as they rolled out a couple of great new well choreographed numbers. These will be rolled out to the entire fleet over the next couple of months. The comedians were all pretty good. It was what you expect of a comedy club. I heard that this is the final month for it being a George Lopez comedy club. Not sure it will actually make any difference. Because there was so much to do all the time while on board, the ship seemed empty at times even though there were well over 3000 passengers. SERVICE: Being that this was the Inaugural cruise of their new flagship, it would only be correct to say the service was topnotch. I only did the main dining room twice but the waitstaff was very helpful. CASINO: Quite a large casino in comparison to other ships. I did not spend a lot of time there since this cruise was port intensive and did not have a lot of time to spend there, or money with all the excursions. PORTS: We sailed from Trieste, Italy. Very nice city and had we known that Trieste was so nice, we would have not spent as much time in Venice which was rather unimpressive due to it being quite dirty with tons of graffiti. First stop was Dubrovnik, Croatia. Did the excursion through Carnival. Rode the Cable Car up above the city and got treated to incredible views. Following the Cable Car we did a walking tour of the walled city. This city has a storied history as it was all but destroyed after attacks from Serbia and Montenegro back in the 90's. It has now been completely restored. Did not get to walk the walls due to health reasons but I could tell it would be a rather impressive activity. Kotor, Montenegro was just a treat. It was added on late after they cancelled our stop in Turkey due to possible threats of terrorist acts. The one hour sail into Kotor through the narrow passages was just spectacular. Did not do any tours but did take the boat to shore and was able to walk around the town. Athens, Greece has really taken in beating in the recent economic troubles. The city was filled with graffiti on just about every wall. The only saving grace was the old ruins. I probably won't visit Greece again in the near future but am glad I got the opportunity to visit The Acropolis, The Olympic Stadium and Sounion. Crete, Greece was also on our list of ports but I had caught a cold and decided to take a break from any excursions. Malta was a nice little country with a lot of history. We visited a World Heritage site Hagar Qim that dated back to a time in the Fourth Millennium BC. It ended up being a very educational tour. Palermo, Sicily ended up being one of those ports that I missed again due to the cold I had caught on board. This was mainly because the next few ports were long excursions. Rome, Italy was beautiful. Took a tour of the downtown areas around the Colosseum and then were taken to the San Sebatiano catacombs. This tour had a lot of walking involved and most of it seemed to be uphill. The bus driver decided that he would take us on a little tour of the Vatican. It was just a drive by but this was not a scheduled event and we were all more than happy to get back to the ship a little late. Florence/Pisa, Italy was my favorite stop only because of the tower and the church there at the Tower. We did a Pisa by Trolley and while the tour itself was nice, it was ruined by the Trolley part. Old trolley, dirty plastic windows, crammed seating, and a driver who should be fired made it a disappointment. Marseille, France was everything I imagined. That was not really much. Not impressed and all this was seemed to be a filler stop to get us to Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain was our disembark point. We got there on race weekend which made it all that much crowded but then Barcelona won the Soccer World Championship and the city became a party place. On Sunday we toured using the Hop On/Hop Off bus service and we had been rerouted twice due to 100s of Thousands of people celebrating in the streets. Best way to see the sites of this city was using that hop on/hop off service. We also were able to get up to Montserrat to view the beautiful church there which houses the Black Virgin. I would love to do this again. Looking forward to 2018 when the new Vista sister ship is supposed to be delivered. You can count me in on that one. Read Less
Sail Date May 2016

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