10 Stockholm Luxury Cruise Reviews

My wife and I are cruise-a-holics. we have been on some 20 or more cruises and taken a variety of cruise ships. Now, we choose cruises based on the itinerary because we love to visit places we have never seen before. This cruise, however, ... Read More
My wife and I are cruise-a-holics. we have been on some 20 or more cruises and taken a variety of cruise ships. Now, we choose cruises based on the itinerary because we love to visit places we have never seen before. This cruise, however, my wife booked and informed that it will be unlike the others in that it is considered a foodie cruise and is more upscale than all the others cruises. So, I was looking forward to this like a hungry hippo. :) What I LOVED about the cruise? Being served- more hygienic; The ports of call-Germany where I had 2 AMAZING donors at the kebab shop in the middle of the town..YUM; The room, very nice with a tub and a shower; Our steward was a nice, Jamaican man, Edwin. Very nice man. Tea time (pretentious snacks, but I was hungry..I would not buy..yucky..nice environment and I enjoyed the teas); Specialty restaurants (though I had better steaks on a Carnival with a specialty restaurant, yes, a Carnival cruise! we took it many moons ago. It is the standard by which I measure all other specialty restaurant meals..but the meals were okay..nothing blew me away or came close to doing that); The weight room and exercise classes with Carlos ROCKED; The food was warm..unlike on a Norwegian cruise we took sometime ago; Easy to find a table; Not crowded; Wait staff in the dinning cafe really attentive. What I HATED about the cruise? The internet..TERRIBLE, it does not work properly. Slow as molasses, if not slower. You wont be able to keep in touch with your office via that medium. So, forget it! The band. Oh, my goodness! It was awful. I thought I was in an episode of Ground Hog Day. They played the same old, tired songs every night! I wish they had a d.j. Once, the crew in the dance club turned out the lights and stopped the music while my wife and I were in the middle of a dance on the dance floor! Very rude. It was 10:30 p.m.! Rudest and most disrespectful thing I have ever encountered on a cruise ship by Staff members in my 20 or more cruises! I guess they wanted to go party in their cabin. There were other guests present too! They never approached us or the others and apologize. I guess, they figured old folks ought to retire to bed at 10:30 pm. We are in our early 50s! After I complained the following morning, the Bar supervisor was very apologetic and said it should not have happened as the Staff were night-shifters who should have known better. he was very nice. I liked the guy. The ship goes dead as soon as the band quits. So, don't expect a nightlife on this cruise or late night snacks. Fuhgettabouit! :) I detested the fact that the folks on this cruise, the old men, kept peeing on the floor. Disgusting. They literally peed on the floor and it had to have been intentional. Never experienced that on any other cruise, though i would have expected that sort of behavior on some of the others I cruised on. When you get back tired and hungry after your tour, do NOT expect there to be food ANYWHERE, unless it is tea time and you can get some pretentious, finger snacks. Seriously, I HOARDED food in our room drawer! Yes, HOARDED food so we would have something to eat upon our return from our tours. Ugh...Made me crazy because this was supposed to be a "foodie" cruise. This cruise was not a "foodie" cruise at all. NO WAY. The shows? LAUGHABLE. They were SOOOOO BAAAAADDDDD. Honestly, the WORSE I have EVER seen on any cruise. My wife and I would go in there for a few mins to laugh as the acts were so TERRIBLE! The stores only had t-shirts for $77 or more. Yes, I understand that this cruise caters to a pretentious set (practically everything about this cruise screamed pretentious), but come on now. Ree dicku lous! This cruise was NOT worth the price. If you are young at heart with a few dollars in your pocket, this ship is not for you. If you are an old, fuddy-duddy,pretentious, ascot wearing sort with a penchant to buy overpriced goods, then this ship will be right up your alley. It sure wasn't up mine. :) Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We choose Oceania because it was supposed to be an above average cruise line. Last year we had taken a Celebrity cruise and were disappointed, so decided to spend more money for higher quality. We were traveling with my sister and her ... Read More
We choose Oceania because it was supposed to be an above average cruise line. Last year we had taken a Celebrity cruise and were disappointed, so decided to spend more money for higher quality. We were traveling with my sister and her husband. We were allowed to sign up for the "Speciality" restaurants 2 weeks before departure. The only times available were after 8:30, so the only restaurant we could try was the Italian Restaurant. It was excellent. We arrived at the ship in Stockholm and boarded at about 12:30 pm. However we could not access our room until 3:00. When we finally were able to go into our cabins, our key cards would not work and we could not open the doors. It took another 20 minutes to get that worked out. We had rooms with balconies, the bathrooms were nice and included a tub and separate shower. However the furniture was chipped, the carpet was stained and the sofa looked tired and a little dirty. Also, we found there was not enough drawer space and our larger suite case would not fit under the bed. The whole ship needs to be updated. The food in the main dining room was not good. One night they offered "short ribs" slow cooked. The mystery meat arrived sliced, no bone, and was not edible. They served lobster, and it was also tough and over-cooked. We went to one show, and did not bother to attend any others. The only positive I can say is the crew were very nice and helpful. And we loved the ports, we did the Baltic Cruise. I am not sure about the other Oceania ships, but we would not recommend the Marina at this time. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We chose the cruise for the itinerary and the rave reviews on the food aboard ship The buffet restaurant was always overcrowded and offered limited selection Food quality was also poor: Soggy pastries,over cooked sausages, strange ... Read More
We chose the cruise for the itinerary and the rave reviews on the food aboard ship The buffet restaurant was always overcrowded and offered limited selection Food quality was also poor: Soggy pastries,over cooked sausages, strange tasting scrambled eggs, soggy weird tasting French fries. At lunch time the buffet was the only option The main dining room food quality lacked imagination and was of average quality at best. Little emphasis on providing regional dishes or specialities. Each of the specialty restaurants was pretentious . While having some good dishes ( veal chop in Toscana, lamb in Jacques and red ginger) the French onion soup was watery , pasta tasteless ,crepe Suzette rubbery and bitter and pastries soggy . EXTREMELY. DISAPPOINTING!! The cabins were nice with a shower and separate bath, Shore excursions were well organized and had some great guides.However several were spoilt by unfit elderly travelers ignoring fitness recommendations for the tours by selecting strenuous walking trips . Only to complain and hold up the whole group as soon as any walking was required Entertainment was on the poor side. Boarding in Stockholm was time consuming but disembarking in Copenhagen efficient Staff varied considerably in performance. Some were very friendly helpful and attentive. Others down rite rude Last Crystal cruise was superior in every aspect. I cannot imagine how Marina has a high culinary rating!!!!! Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
We chose Silver Sea based on previous excellent experiences. Cabin was not acceptable, see below. The Manager of Guest Relations, Ms Ana Pedroso De Lima, could not see us for the first two (2) days of the cruise because she was ... Read More
We chose Silver Sea based on previous excellent experiences. Cabin was not acceptable, see below. The Manager of Guest Relations, Ms Ana Pedroso De Lima, could not see us for the first two (2) days of the cruise because she was "busy". The food was generally tasteless. The presentation was often pretty good, but the food just didn't taste good. A big disappointment from our previous experience. Did not check out entertainment; the enrichment lectures by Prof Adelman were great. Service was generally very good, other than the Guest Relations Office. Ports and Shore excursions were great and enjoyable. Based on our experience on this cruise, Silver Sea has lost us. We told everyone how great our experience had been on previous cruises, and in fact some of our friends have booked cruises based on our recommendation. No more. This cruise has destroyed the Silver Sea brand for us (and anybody we know). Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
This was our 9th cruise with Regent and much anticipated. We embarked in Stockholm and sailed the Baltic returning to Southampton. We looked forward to being on the new ship having watched the programme about it's construction. The ... Read More
This was our 9th cruise with Regent and much anticipated. We embarked in Stockholm and sailed the Baltic returning to Southampton. We looked forward to being on the new ship having watched the programme about it's construction. The decor is dark wood everywhere and lots of old fashioned bling. Regent missed a real opportunity to tap in to the younger age group who can afford luxury all inclusive holidays. There has been a real drop in standards. The beds were always super comfortable on the other ships. Not this time. The bedding was always silky and luxurious so much so I have in the past tried to buy some without success. Apparently you can now buy it from the ship but it so inferior I would not bother. The service is patchy with more of the " couldn't care less attitude" in evidence. Breakfast was a shambles with insufficient seating and staff too busy to pay attention. I had to wait 15 minutes for an espresso one morning which arrived in the form of luke warm filter coffee with froth on top. Other days it arrived at the service point and I had to collect it. We were not offered water and the food was bland cafeteria quality and staff looked harrassed and unhappy. It used to be that the miserable ones stood out now it is the other way around. Lunch was bland with little choice of hot dishes which again looked like they had been sat there all day and were only just warm. The pool deck was the same with lukewarm fries. No special buffets were staged even when at sea for the day. The restaurants have not changed their menus much in the seven years we have been cruising. Does the menu itself have to be bigger than A4size and in an incredibly heavy awkward cover!The fillet minion in Prime Seven, the specialist steak place, was dry and inedible. The new restaurant Chartreuse, replacing Signatures , was the only fine dining we experienced and we were limited to one booking.. in the coffee lounge I was either ignored or palmed off with the wrong coffee in the wrong cup. At tea they failed to anticipate the numbers and at one point a long queue stretched behind a single trolley with one sandwhich on it. When more did arrive they had yo be served on saucers as there were no plates. They ran out of scones and at that point we gave up. We gave up on the entertainment years ago and went to bed early. It is all Broadway themed from 60 years ago or the usual Beatles night. The Cruise Director and his partner were appalling and did nothing to include all guests just their" groupies" The tours were mixed. The ambience on the ship is nothing compared to Seabourne. We criuised twice with them and the dancers and officers all come down to the bars and get involved. Those on Regent do their hours and that's it. They are just not interested. The dvd's and in suite films are put of date. We spent a lot of time reading. We had three days in St Petersburg and wasted one and a half as were advised not to book morning and afternoon tours. This was incorrect and others did both. Very disappointing. We did try and get on one when we arrived back at lunchtime but a very very unhelpful and very brusque member of destinations would not budge. Her excuse" there's no one on the desk to print out your ticket" She was at the time sitting down doing nothing. When I pointed out that this was very unhelpful she said we had all been warned not to book last minute! That had not actually happened and surely on a luxury cruise staff should go above and beyond wherever possible. That's how it used to be..The other tours were ok but one in to Sweden from Denmark was a waste of time. Although included in the price you pay many of these tours are very basic. In St Petersburg for example we only drove past the Hermitage and could not stop to take a picture in the square. At the very picturesque church in the centre we had ten minutes to run and take a picture then spent twenty minutes in a tatty souvenir shop. Most guests stayed on the bus. That should tell them something but as usual nothing changes in that respect. We will not cruise with Regent again. Our early cruises were complete luxury and we recommended this company widely. We have spent a lot of money with them cruising all over the world. This is no longer luxury cruising. It has not only dropped standards but has failed to move with the times. Cruising has become so popular with younger professionals and this company fail to notice. We are now in our late fifties. We are prepared to pay for luxury but expect to experience it. We like to be entertained but are way past the days of Broadway and the Beatles. We love good food. Quality over quantity. Regent has failed us. Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
it supposed to be a luxury cruise with great service but it turns to be an old and dated ship, a mid level ship has way better public areas, the spa is a shame, old, bad quality and terrible facilities. the main Restaurant is the only ... Read More
it supposed to be a luxury cruise with great service but it turns to be an old and dated ship, a mid level ship has way better public areas, the spa is a shame, old, bad quality and terrible facilities. the main Restaurant is the only one that delivers a excellent service and quality of food, the rest the food was good but service is mediocre at best. the bars services were terrible as well very limited options on beverages and personal that seems they do not understand nor care what you ask for. in the grill the services was terrible either lunch, drinks or dinner, the manager was looking us play games without any concerns of what we order o need to dink or eat he was more concentrated on the games than in service!! we where a group of 8 people all well traveled and with high expectations from Silverseas and where not met. also the shows where a joke, no production, nice voices but all the same every night. Suite was a good size with nice bathroom ( dated but nice room) the ports and access to the cities where the best part. the humidor are well attended with a very professional staff ( Peter) there we received the service we where expecting in all the ship but it looks like peter was the best waiter in the ship. will definitively not come back to!! Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
We have taken over 35 cruises during our marriage. Certainly some have been better than others but we have never been disappointed in a cruise until this one. We have so many friends that will only travel on Regent and endlessly have told ... Read More
We have taken over 35 cruises during our marriage. Certainly some have been better than others but we have never been disappointed in a cruise until this one. We have so many friends that will only travel on Regent and endlessly have told us that until we have gone on a Regent cruise we really have not experienced what great cruising is all about. Admittedly, it was with that kind of build up that we booked and took our cruise, but the whole issue about Regent was that it was 5+ stars. To me that means just what it says. I can assure you that while some areas definitely met the 5+ star rating, overall it was 3 star at best. Upon arrival at the dock, they had a computer issue. Instead of orderly quick boarding, we stood with 600 other passengers for 3 hours before we could board. Now anyone can have a computer issue but wouldn't you think they would attempt to get seating, a little water, a glass of champayne (we had paid for it as the cruise is 'all inclusive"); we got nothing! The entertainment consisted of an amatuer comedian/magician who was on two nights. We walked out the first night, a clarinet player that played for 2 nights; one was plenty as he had zero personality; an acrobatic couple that played 2 nights, and finally a las vegas show for two nights that was well choreographed. The very worst entertainment we have ever had over the course of cruising (remember, this is supposed to be 5+stars) The staterooms are spacious and well laid out and the room service and butler were extremely good and met expectations but the carpet is aged, stained and faded as are the bed coverings. The food is above average but not near 5 star. They have a steak and also a french specialty restaurant but quite frankly the other main restaurant is just as good so they have no real distinction. Food overall was 3.5 to 5 star. They should really not try to merchandise as their shopping area and product while very expensive seem as an after thought They did have Canyon Ranch as their spa service and that was well done. But they did not have enough to do. I have never been on a cruise where there was not lots going on. If you are reading this, know that we have often been travelers with the concierge service level stateroom and service on the Holland American Lines and Crystal. These ships are larger which some people do not like. But if you are going to pay what you do on Regent you can book the upper levels on these other ships for the same or less and have enough privacy that you do not feel like cattle because they take care of you. Both these other lines pick up the misses that Regent had Lastly, we booked a 3 night post trip to Prague as did 5 other couples we met. Same story; waited 2 hours at the airport for transfer to the hotel. They could not provide us our flight info to Prague until the day before we ended the cruise. They obviously booked us with an agency in Prague and trips got messed up. Don't forget this was to be a 5+star experience. After reading this, I guess you want to say 'don't they ever stop complaining'. I understand your thinking but honestly my wife and I are not conplainers; we never write reviews, but this time..... Read Less
Sail Date September 2015
Our cruise was great, the ship was beautiful, the crew always ready to assist. The excursions for the most part were very good, however some of the local guides were very poor. The lectures and on board entertainment was top notch ... Read More
Our cruise was great, the ship was beautiful, the crew always ready to assist. The excursions for the most part were very good, however some of the local guides were very poor. The lectures and on board entertainment was top notch The pre cruise and post cruise excursions were a waste of money. I will never use this again. If I take another Viking cruise I would plan this totally on my own and not use Viking Viking air was also terrible. Our reservations were completely messed up we had confirmed reservation on overbooked flights. With no seats available. We had paid for Econmy Comfort but ended up seating in cramped seats in the last row of the plane. Customer service with Viking travel and Viking air can be rated at a C- once they have your money. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
My husband and I sailed on the Regent Sea Seas Voyager in June 2011 and it was a pretty disappointing experience. The cruise is advertised as "six star luxury" however if there were any six star experiences on the ship we ... Read More
My husband and I sailed on the Regent Sea Seas Voyager in June 2011 and it was a pretty disappointing experience. The cruise is advertised as "six star luxury" however if there were any six star experiences on the ship we didn't experience them.The cruise did not start well. I expected there would be "in cabin" check in, however instead everyone was herded into the ship's theatre and made to sit in particular rows. When I attempted to move somewhere more comfortable, I was told I could not move due to "crowd control". We ended up waiting an hour in these cramped conditions to check in, and at no time was there even a token apology for the delay. When another guest told one of the stewards that she had been on a lot of cruises and never had this sort of delay, the steward told her that "all the buses turned up at once". It goes without saying that it is up to Regent to put a better system in place.Rather than different tours meeting in different parts of the ship, everyone had to meet in the ship's theatre. This lead to long delays every morning in often cramped conditions and long queues that usually snaked out the door. One of the ports, Visby, was particularly bad. All the tours finished about the same time, which lead to a queue hundreds of people long on shore waiting for a tender to take them back to the ship. It was cold and windy with only a small amount of cover for the last half an hour or so of your wait. A lot of those on board were elderly, and I estimate some must have stood waiting for about one and half hours in these conditions. My husband and I were also quite disappointed by the food. It was okay, but nothing special. Most of it had that sort of bland, mass produced quality to it that you find in food from chain hotels. Portions were very small. For example, if you ordered pancakes for breakfast you would get 2 tiny pancakes about the size of your palm.The ship's decor is not luxurious or impressive, and the so called "suites" are just a skinny cramped cabin with a tiny balcony. No surprise that they looked a lot bigger and better in the brochure! One of the things my husband and I were particularly looking forward to was some quiet relaxing dinners on board. This is impossible on the Regent. All of the tables for 2 have a large table right next to them so you can barely hear yourself think. Even when we asked to be seated somewhere quiet, the waiter would put a large table right next to us a few minutes later. We found that even on the rare occasions when the restaurant was almost empty, the waiters would jam the patrons all together and close off most the restaurant. During busy times there never seemed to be enough waiters and service was sub-standard. Meals became something to endure, rather than enjoy.Even cabin cleaning was slow and pretty slovenly.Disembarkation should have been a simple exercise however even this involved a long delay. The cruise was a three star experience at a six star price.It's hard to find anything positive to say about the Regent Seven Seas Baltic cruise, and if I were you I would investigate a different cruise line for your holiday. Read Less
Sail Date June 2011
Having sailed previously with Seabourn and Crystal, my husband and I expected Silversea would equal, if not surpass, our previous experiences. I'm sad to report we came away from our 10-day Baltic cruise disappointed and hungry. Very ... Read More
Having sailed previously with Seabourn and Crystal, my husband and I expected Silversea would equal, if not surpass, our previous experiences. I'm sad to report we came away from our 10-day Baltic cruise disappointed and hungry. Very hungry. We decided to try Silversea after it was recommended to us by my parents who, in all other things, are reliably excellent judges of quality. In their defense, my parents (like many we met aboard the Silver Cloud) have never tried any of the other high-end cruise lines and, if your standard of comparison is the Carnival Funships, Silversea probably seems like the gold standard of luxury cruising. And some aspects of Silversea ARE pretty swishy. The service is excellent, as good as we've had on Crystal and Seabourn, and very friendly. There were none of the delightful, above-the-call-of-duty surprises we'd come to expect from Seabourn-no constant stream on yummy treats on the pool deck, no canapEs on the dock after a long day of sightseeing, nothing but the standard chocolates on the pillow at night, no trademark complimentary excursion-but the wait staff had memorized our names and preferred cocktails by Day 2, and our cabin stewardesses were most meticulous women I have ever met. The cabins were spacious and luxurious. (The walk-in closet was fitted-out with cherry built-ins and padded hangers, by far the nicest closet I've seen on a cruise ship.) The gym was truly impressive given the size of the ship, and it's location (top deck, forward) provided great views from the elliptical trainer. The box of Godiva chocolates we were given upon embarkation was very much appreciated. Best of all, was the pool deck, the nicest I've seen on any ship, truly superlative in both quality and layout. It became our very favorite place to while away sea days, even in the blustery north. The pool-side grill provided the tastiest food on the ship, the pool itself was generously heated (and the hot tubs actually HOT!) and deck stewards were quick to supply coffee drinks, wool blankets or anything else we requested. The real problem we had with Silversea is that we shouldn't have HAD any problems with Silversea—that's what luxury cruising is all about. And my husband and I are pretty good sports. We do our share of luxury travel, but we also do our share of "roughing-it," and aren't normally critical people. Enough was amiss with life aboard the Silver Cloud, though, that we started to Notice Things-and those things added up. We were able to see the humor in a lot of it (the free cocktails really helped with that) but there were definitely times we were Not Having Any Fun, and we were more that ready to get off when we at last disembarked in London. Our biggest complaint was with the food. The pool deck grill served fairly well-prepared basics and, throughout the ship, the pastries and baked goods were very nice, but the dining room was a disaster. I recall only two good meals in the dining room: a lunch with a very nice soup course and a halibut cooked in truffle oil, and a dinner that featured some kind of smoked reindeer carpaccio. Beyond that, the Dining Room cuisine was complicated but badly executed, and sometimes not even hot. (Sometimes not even WARM.) Moreover, service in the dining room was almost comically disorganized and really, really slow. At breakfast, I often waited 15 minutes for my beloved caffeinated beverage and another 30 minutes for eggs. Lunches took two hours, and dinners nearly three. I mean, I can "dine" with the best of 'em, but we spent huge stretches of time seated at a table with nothing in front of us-no bread, no drinks, and no hope of a satisfying meal. Overall, the food ranged from almost good to downright bad. We discovered the best dishes were the wellness options, which featured delicately prepared shellfish, fish, soups and some nice desserts. The problem with sticking to this menu was the very real specter of starvation. After a 64 calorie appetizer, a 186 calorie main, and a 119 calorie dessert (the calorie counts for wellness dishes were helpfully listed on the menus) we would bolt back to our cabin, salivating at the thought of our turn-down chocolates. La Terrazza, the ship's alternative dining venue, served good-but-not-great Italian food at dinner, pizza at lunch, and offered hearty but unimpressive breakfast and lunch buffets. Still, food quality in La Terrazza beat the Dining Room hands down and, for this reason, it was very popular and usually very crowded. The crowds were a real problem in the snug, galley-style buffet area because, believe me, in those quarters you do NOT want to be trapped between the 95-year-old lady and the chaffing dish when she decides she wants some hash browns. Some things just aren't worth dying for. Okay, enough about the food. It was bad. Moving on...the bathrooms were small, with only one sink and they were looking a little worse for wear, but the real issue was the toilets, which must have been manufactured by N.A.S.A. because every time one of them was flushed it sounded like a FREAKING ROCKET BEING LAUNCHED. If anyone along our line of plumbing flushed in the middle of the night, it literally woke us from a dead sleep. Most passengers seemed to abide by an unvoiced pact not to flush between midnight and 7AM, but it happened occasionally. Napping was never an option. Even more disturbing, the hallways twice smelled strongly of sewage while maintenance men with shop-vacs bustled about. I thought riots might start in the laundry room, which was unwisely outfitted with 5 Miele washers and 5 Miele condensing dryers. The controls on the Mieles were so complicated, most older passengers needed help just turning them on, and the condensing dryers literally took several hours to dry a single load. One of the two receptionists at the front desk was consistently snippy to the point of rudeness. We spent an entire day in Szczecin, Poland, home to the captain's wife and children. Unfortunately for those of us not married to Szczecinians, there was NOTHING to do in Szczecin beyond posing for photos with the giant fiberglass shark outside the town's nicest pub. Like most of our fellow passengers, we were back on the ship within an hour and spent the rest of the day reading on our deck chairs and watching the captain's kiddies frolic in the pool. As for the captain, he didn't bother to attend either of the cocktail parties he "hosted," which resulted in rumors he a) spoke no English or, alternatively, b) hated us all. The piano player was so bad that the cruise director, Judy, referred to him as "Poor Henry" in her announcements and twice encouraged us to go listen to him as he was "up there all alone." Judy was charming and British but was absolutely addicted to the sound of her voice over the ship's PA system and, according to those who attended her lecture on the final evening, shared entirely too much about her tragic relationship history. Afternoon tea was interrupted by "fashion shows" from the ship's boutique and H. Stern jewelry store, and you basically had to tackle someone to get a scone. Disembarkation in London Bridge was interesting but very disorganized. The Silver Cloud rafted up alongside the HMS Belfast and, after milling around in the reception area while we ostensibly waited for our luggage to be unloaded, passengers disembarked by walking across the Belfast and boarding a Port Authority launch, which dropped us off on the Westminster pier. I have no idea how some of the less-ambulatory passengers managed this, as there were lots of slippery ramps and steps on and off of ferries involved, and we STILL waited in the rain for 40 minutes for our luggage to appear. Silversea had assured us there wouldn't be any taxis available and encouraged everyone to buy pricey ship transfers or hire private cars. We were not the least bit surprised to see the long line of waiting taxis, though, and as we hopped in one of them and headed for the train station, we felt nothing but relief. And hunger. Read Less
Sail Date August 2009

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