• TRAVEL NOTICE: Learn more about COVID-19
  • Newsletter
  • Write a Review
  • Boards
  • Find a Cruise
  • Reviews
  • Cruise Tips
  • News
  • Deals

Saga Cruises Mediterranean Cruise Reviews

The Club, speciality restaurant.
Lido and main pool.
Britannia lounge.
Safe, binoculars and hair dryer all included.
Cruiser Rating
3.1
Average
9 reviews

Filters

1-10 of 9 Saga Cruises Mediterranean Cruise Reviews


Nice ship but norovirus meant many activities cancelled

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
The Synman
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We wanted to try a smaller ship, and in that regard things were good: it's much easier to get around. We'd never been with Saga before and we weren't expecting such a high average age: a senior member of the crew told me the average age in this cruise was 76. The public areas are nice but the ceilings seem a little low. Great outside verandas at the stern of each deck. The theatre seats are ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2020


We were disappointed

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
SueFrankuk
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We were disappointed that our embarkation was delayed, the transport was great and we got straight on the ship as they made such a mess of our start, lifeboat drill was put back to 10 pm, so we basically lost our first day on board We were then told we would not be doing an overnight in Madeira and the whole cruise cut short by a day as the ship needed yet another deep clean they not seem to ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2020


Never again

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
Julian Bown
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

First cruise with Saga after two excellent Saga touring holidays (US national parks and Borneo)previously. Chose this cruise because we had never been to the Canaries and that this ship has balconies for all, not available on older Saga ships. We thought it was more expensive than others but then we were getting taxi to and from Southampton and all inclusive once on board not to mention the ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2020


Norovirus for 4th cruise in row

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
tallant10
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

We had saved for 2 years for this cruise to celebrate our 35th wedding .Two days before Saga wrote to us to advise the ship had the virus on board so they were doing a deep clean and therefore the cruise was to be delayed by 6 hours.When we got on board they appeared to be taking things very seriously over cleanlious but this was acceptable.We then found that there were no books in the library.no ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2020

Traveled with disabled person


Great cruise, only minor niggles

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
Sailor Kev
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

Having cruised with Saga before (on Saga Pearl 2) we were keen to try Spirit of Discovery. We chose a Canaries cruise for some winter sun and weren’t disappointed. Warm and sunny from Madeira to all 4 stops in the Canaries. The cabins, all with a balcony, are of good size, minor issues regarding room for shoes and draw space but no real problem for two people for two weeks. All the restaurants ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2020


The good and not so good

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
Tibbytoes
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

I usually cruise with P&O or Cunard but thought I would give Saga a try on this beautiful new ship. Although Saga is advertised as for the over 50's, I would say it is more suitable for the over 75's (I'm 68). The ship is spacious with quality furnishings and fittings and plenty of seating. However, it does roll a bit, even in calmer waters and we were unlucky enough to suffer extremely rough ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2020


Impressive - BUT!!!

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
Dottie2
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Initially my husband and I were very impressed with the interior of this modern ship. Cabins are a good size with fruit, carton of milk, water etc in cabin. Room service excellent. Service round the ship also excellent. Dining was somewhat chaotic at times. We were given wrong meals on more than one occasion, two soups one night. Long queues at times for the buffet at breakfast and lunch. ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2020


Saga Spirit?

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Mediterranean

User Avatar
worthing kiwi
10+ Cruises • Age 80s

I looked forward to the Spirit of Discovery, after cruising on the Saga Sapphire, I was interested in a cabin with a proper balcony. The Discovery has by desgn a positive tick, being all balcony. Also having on all decks a large stern verandah. I chose the October 18 day cruise to the Med. My review summarises the good and not so good. The good, plenty of space, both in public areas and ...
Read More

Sail Date: November 2019


Gourmet Spain

Review for Spirit Of Discovery to Europe - Western Mediterranean

User Avatar
hermioneb
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

My husband and I are both in our seventies and we have never considered a cruise with Saga before. The last five cruises we have have taken have been with Azamara or Oceania, but we were attracted by the idea of sailing on the Spirit of Discovery as she seemed to incorporate all that we like about a cruise ship. We were absolutely delighted with the 14 day cruise around the Iberian peninsular. ...
Read More

Sail Date: August 2019


Find a cruise

Mediterranean Cruise Reviews for Saga Cruises Ships
Spirit Of Discovery Mediterranean Cruise Reviews
Spirit Of Discovery Mediterranean Cruise Reviews
Want to cruise smarter?
Get expert advice, insider tips and more.
By proceeding, you agree to Cruise Critic’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.