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Santos (Sao Paulo) to South America Cruise Reviews

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1-10 of 41 Santos (Sao Paulo) to South America Cruise Reviews

I have never been so disappointed and dissatisfied

Review for a South America Cruise on Costa Favolosa

2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

I can't even begin to start, the captain is a terrible driver we were on the 9th floor and we felt the ship moving so bad that the whole family got sick the food is extra and the buffet food is the same every day we couldn't even play bingo correctly without people yelling about the numbers and it was rigged to drop down from 5000 to 500 dollars no one ever wins the 5000$ I suggest if your gonna ...
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Sail Date: March 2023

Traveled with children

Terrible Experience

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Preziosa

6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

MSC Cruzeiros Brasil Last March 28th, me and my husband embarked in a so-called mini cruise of 3 nights out of Santos, Brasil. Our cabin was located in Deck 13. Due to Covid issues, we were granted a USD 100 onboard credit. Together with the cruise, we paid for a beverage package. We were expecting an outstanding cruise but out overall experience was very much disappointing. During ...
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Sail Date: March 2022

Cabin Type: Premium Suite Aurea (sealed window)

Awful experience

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

Starting from the embarkation the experience was terrible. Complete caos, disorganized, very lazy and uncomfortable... get ready for at least 3 hours of waiting. Arriving at the ship we found all the infrastructure very nice, the house keeping was looking good and the positive impression was carried to inside the cabin... clean, organized and just as we asked. But the good thing stop ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Fantastica Outside Stateroom

Traveled with children

Lots of marketing

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

6-10 Cruises • Age 20s

sorry for my English ! I’m from Brazil . the cabin was the best thing! it looked like a hotel room. the food at the buffet was better than at the social restaurant. everything is paid, there are no activities for 5000 people, the cleanliness of my room was horrible. I bought a wifi package on the last day they already canceled before the trip ended. It is my sixth cruiser (msc, costa, ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Horrível! Pesadelo de Cruzeiro

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Poesia

2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

Regrettable or treat that an MSC is giving its passengers. The ship was absolutely full. Believe that they have enlarged or cabins in a renovation, but not widening the common area. The buffet restaurants, a shopping area and a pool area did not accommodate the number of passengers. It is not possible to move through the theater to a restaurant without being used by people. We had to hold ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom

Not bad and not good either: it's mediocre.

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Sinfonia

2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

Imagine a ship with a weird design, everything is turned inward, the window views of some bars are blocked by equipment and always close the blinds of all windows at night. To see the sea you have to go to the pool deck and face the wind and mud. On the 6th floor deck there are side aisles, but there are no chairs to sit and read a book. Imagine that the service has no standard, indicating the ...
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Sail Date: December 2019

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom

Transatlantic Equator Crossing Cruise

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

10+ Cruises • Age 50s

Modern ship, many open areas from which you can admire the sea. I liked the track with a transparent bottom. The glass was clean and it was clearly visible what was happening below. Lots of fun for kids. There is a water park, rope town, zip-line. There is a pool with a retractable roof, which is very important for me if the trip passes through countries with different climatic conditions. ...
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Sail Date: March 2019


Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

10+ Cruises • Age 50s

We are just returning from our 18 day adventure as a family of five ,two adults three children age 7, 13 ,15 we have previously sailed with RCI , NCL ,PRINCESS AND CUNARD and after reading some of the reviews of MSC had very low expectations but they do a loyalty match to our diamond plus level with RCL so we gave it a go and this is honestly the best cruise line we have sailed with happiest ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

Cabin Type: Aurea Suite with Whirlpool Tub

Traveled with children

Cheap Cruise

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

Jose Augusto
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

Notice that the title is not unexpensive cruise, as this one costed some usd 3500 for a couple and a todler in a balcony. Well, if this is your first cruise, you probably will like it. But when you have a bunch of others as previous experiences, you might get disapointed as we did (and most of the passenger we spoke with who had previous cruise experiences) Let me start with the good ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

Cabin Type: Fantastica Balcony Stateroom

Traveled with children

Terrible service and food

Review for a South America Cruise on MSC Seaview

Alexandre Luz
2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

Food is terrible, this is the weakness point for sure. The food had no taste, no presentation, no talent. Service is a nightmare, it is clear for me that people had no training and its not prepare for the functions, there was no leadership, the managers were extremely arrogants and they spent their time talking each other instead of looking their team, I have never seen such attitude before in my ...
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Sail Date: December 2018

Cabin Type: Aurea Balcony Stateroom

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