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Sail Date: August 2019
We chose this cruise because of the itinerary and the specialty restaurants. We were disappointed with some of the stops as they were a waste of time, where we could have spent more time in other ports that we visited. We were also very ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the itinerary and the specialty restaurants. We were disappointed with some of the stops as they were a waste of time, where we could have spent more time in other ports that we visited. We were also very disappointed in the specialty restaurants. The Italian restaurant (Manfredi's) was sub-par (and we ate their twice to give them a second chance), and the other specialty restaurant, The Chef's table, had a different menu every three nights, however, it was a fixed menu and if you didn't like the selections on the menu (we didn't) you could not order anything else. We never went to the Chef's table because the menus were not appealing to us. The regular dining room had many choices and the food and service was good. Unfortunately, the thing that ruined the cruise for us, and will make us think twice about ever taking another Viking Ocean cruise, is that the last night (we were on the port side) at 1:30 a.m. there was a loud banging of 4 bangs followed by a screeching noise. We had to get up at 5:30 a.m. to have breakfast and leave the ship. This repeated every 30 seconds. I called customer relations at 2:00 a.m. to find out what it was. They called housekeeping, and told me that it was the luggage being unloaded and that it would "stop soon." By 2:30, the noise had not stopped and I called customer relations again, and could not get an answer as to when it would stop. It finally stopped at 3:30 a.m. I contacted Viking by email when I returned home and received a phone call from their customer relations department. He had no idea what the problem was--so why did he bother to contact me until he found out?!? I told him that I would like to know what the banging was, and he called me back two days later to tell me that it was a conveyor belt they used to unload luggage. I'm sorry--this was not an inexpensive cruise--there is NO EXCUSE for loud banging for 2 hours in the middle of the night on any ship. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We wanted to see the Northern Lights and rather than take the Hurtegruten route which is heavily promoted in the UK, thought we would take a more luxurious option with Viking. We are both season travellers with over 10 cruises in ... Read More
We wanted to see the Northern Lights and rather than take the Hurtegruten route which is heavily promoted in the UK, thought we would take a more luxurious option with Viking. We are both season travellers with over 10 cruises in various parts of the globe. Things did not start well with our arrival in Bergen and depositing our three bags at the terminal, for just two of them to arrive at our stateroom some 2 hours later and the third bag finally arrived 6 hours later!! Having chased guest services there was a very laisser afire attitude which seemed to set the tone for the rest of the trip. We have numerous issues with our cabin including excessive squeaking from the French doors when at sea ( whilst they admitted there was a problem we were offered ear plugs!) A shower that didn't seem to be regulated and periodically ran with scalding water, our toilet broke and it took three phone calls to get a plumber. We ordered room service and early morning tea on a few occasions and every time had to wait ages and there was always something wrong with the order. I felt that the staff were poorly trainef. I overhead waiters discussing their grievances on more than one occasion in the dining room which was incredibly unprofessional. The bar service was shocking and in both The Living Room and Explorer Lounge the waiters would swan around with trays clearing classes and NEVER asking if we would like a drink! We had two of our pre paid trips cancelled, one was cancelled well in advance of departure and we were told we could be credited on the card used to pay for the excursion. This now seems to be a total lie as this did not happen and we were given credit on our shipboard account. The settlement of such credits to UK passengers is by cheque within 60 days! What a joke and there is no reason why credit cards can it be refunded. We had considered a Viking River cruise but having experienced their level of service would not touch them with a barge pole! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
We wanted to see the Northern Lights. We knew that there were no guarantees, but thought that Viking would at least provide as much support as possible to view them. Perhaps the problem is that we were on the first-ever Viking cruise in ... Read More
We wanted to see the Northern Lights. We knew that there were no guarantees, but thought that Viking would at least provide as much support as possible to view them. Perhaps the problem is that we were on the first-ever Viking cruise in search of the Northern Lights. The cruise excursion staff HAD NEVER BEEN TO THE PORTS BEFORE. For that matter, neither had the ship's captain (I"m glad I didn't know that until the cruise was over, when he told us). That is, the excursion staff could answer no questions about most things except to say that they didn't know. Plus the built-in excursions were so poorly organized. Tour guides who couldn't speak English, itineraries that were haphazard. We drove past (did not even stop to stay in the bus to look) the main tourist attractions, if you were on the wrong side of the bus, you didn't even get a look at all. Some of the paid excursions were even worse, resulting in Viking having to refund all or part of the cost. There is absolutely no excuse at all for this level of incompetence, I don't care if this was the first time they did this trip. They should have investigated first. Think about it, a Norwegian cruise line that can't handle ports in Norway. Then the food. It was totally disappointing. Everything was so bland. Especially don't go if you're vegetarian, few and poor options. Then the fact that this was a very class-conscious society. On Viking, there are built-in excursions included in the base fare. You can sign up online in advance to get the time you prefer. If you pay more for a cabin, you get access first, so the times I wanted were already fully booked before I had access to the online reservation system. And I was very careful to sign in as soon as I was able to. The same was true for reservations in the specialty restaurants, I couldn't get a reservation at a reasonable time for at-sea days on the first day that I was able to sign up. Then the Northern Lights. We were told to leave our TVs on after going to sleep, and they would announce if northern lights were sighted so we could try to catch them. Well, we did that every night (and the light from the TV was most annoying), the problem was that they didn't announce sightings, even when passengers sighted and reported them. Apparently the crew didn't see them, but other passengers had some spectacular views. When we asked the staff why they didn't announce them, they just told us that it it was just a rumor and sightings hadn't been reported. We spoke directly with the passengers who did see them and did report them, so there were significant issues there. On the plus side, the ship itself was wonderful, the entertainment was wonderful. I especially loved the sauna/steamroom/snow grotto. All the staff was great, friendly and super helpful (except for the problems with excursions, as mentioned, where they couldn't help as they had no information at all). The lectures were outstanding. Despite the positives, I will never do another Viking Ocean cruise. I can get better value and better food on a mass-market cruise line like Princess. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
We chose the Viking Sea because we really liked the itinerary and had never sailed on Viking before. Our previous river cruising has been on Uniworld and Avalon. Trying the Viking ocean experience was a change for us. Embarkation ... Read More
We chose the Viking Sea because we really liked the itinerary and had never sailed on Viking before. Our previous river cruising has been on Uniworld and Avalon. Trying the Viking ocean experience was a change for us. Embarkation in Bergen was easy and we were so impressed once we got on the ship. It is just lovely. Our stateroom was a PV1-Penthouse Veranda suite on deck 5 and it was great. The bed was comfortable and there was plenty of storage. Our only issue was with our shower head. It kept sliding down the pole and would not stay in place. We told our cabin steward and he had a plumber take a look at it...didn't fix it though...it was a pain to take a shower. Our cabin stewards were fantastic...Niko and Ariel were some of the best we've ever had. The laundromat onboard was a great perk. It was free to use and they also provided laundry detergent. Viking touts the free beer and wine with meals. What they don't tell you, is if you order a drink during lunchtime hours in The Living Room where they have muffins, small plates and various snacks to choose from, they will ask you for your room number and you get charged. They don't specify that you need to be in the dining room, buffet or one of the specialty restaurants. Sorry, but I think that's petty. The food overall was good. We enjoyed Manfredi's very much. The waffle with berries in Mamsen's was great. The buffet was good but some of the food servers could use an attitude adjustment....it costs nothing to smile. We ordered room service breakfast several times and have no complaints. One day from 9 AM-1PM they put on an amazing brunch in the Wintergarden area. It was a sight to behold. You could tell a TON of work went into planning and executing it! Our biggest disappointment was the lack of interesting (for us) entertainment. The enrichment seminars were never ending. The lack of varied entertainment was glaring. The best show we saw starred the Cruise Director...singing. During this cruise I read 3 books and took naps (which I rarely do) out of boredom in the afternoons. The included shore excursions were just okay. We loved the tour in Lerwick, Scotland but thought the included excursion in Reykjavik was awful. The first place our German tour guide took us was to a ditch where women washed clothes 100 years ago......zzzz Based on our experience on the Viking Sea, we don't feel we got the value for the amount of money we spent on this cruise. For the amount spent, we can get a Neptune suite on HAL along with many more activities. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
I selected the trip because friends were going-I hadn't been to many of the ports for many years and I had heard great things about Viking.I have traveled on many cruises from Seaborn to Princess including Regent and Oceania which is ... Read More
I selected the trip because friends were going-I hadn't been to many of the ports for many years and I had heard great things about Viking.I have traveled on many cruises from Seaborn to Princess including Regent and Oceania which is why I placed Viking in the middle. Many aspects were good- it is a lovely vessel- spa is wonderful- while many aspects of the trip were poor. If you didn't take an excursion, there was NOTHING to do on the ship; the food was erratic- some meals were excellent and some awful (my chicken was too dry to swallow); the music was good; two of the three enrichment lecturers were excellent but the third was a shill for products she had brought on board for sale. The excursions were alright- don't expect much from the free included ones- they are mainly walking tours. The others are alright and of course they varied but in general the guides were good. Problem is that they push tours and there is nothing to do on board if you don't take a tour. No large tables for dining so you sat with your companion and didn't get to meet anyone else. Fine for couples but not good for singles and there was only one singles mixer which wasn't enough. Staff was gracious and of course differed in experience level; customer service desks were excellent but there was no purser. Just a litany of small issues caused me to rate them only average. With all I had heard, I wish I could do better, but I can't. I won't travel with them again because there are many better options on the water-ways. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2018
We chose this cruise because the itinerary covered a number of our bucket list places, and Viking's reputation for quality sweetened the deal. The airlines arrangements were exactly as promised (although our friends, along with a ... Read More
We chose this cruise because the itinerary covered a number of our bucket list places, and Viking's reputation for quality sweetened the deal. The airlines arrangements were exactly as promised (although our friends, along with a number of others, were not so fortunate); greeting at the airport was perfect, with escorts ensuring we made our way quickly to ground transportation, luggage taken seamlessly in hand, and comforts and orientation provided as we traveled to embarkation. (Departure was equally efficient.) As suggested during booking, Viking Cruises are geared to "our" demographic. In the event, we found the quality of cabin favorably compared with other cruise lines and the room staff simply superb. Size of the Viking ships receives accolades, and ours was clearly small in comparison with some other lines although it still felt large. Beginning with the Travel Consultant, the staff was very engaged and willing. However, we found the restaurant staff a bit uneven and the customer service staff often provided incorrect or contradictory information. Most egregiously, my interest in taking one or more of the Captain's Table cooking classes was frustrated by misinformation from the back office (who said it would not be available on this itinerary). The restaurants were uneven, with the specialty restaurants sufficiently poor that all of our group ceased to use them and cancelled all reservations: staff was attentive but food appalling. The buffet restaurants served really nice food, with high quality, wide variety, and constantly changing items to avoid boredom. The one exception was shellfish, where the cooks seemed incapable of cooking the shellfish long enough for the shells to open. The other anomaly was room service -- nice to have, yet serving food that was often inedible. Shore excursions were very interesting although shipboard organization was often chaotic. Inclusion of a basic orientation excursion with each port stop is a terrific bonus, and is one of the qualitative enhancements that separate Viking from the competition. Optional excursions were overpriced compared to booking similar or better trips oneself. Almost without exception, local guides and transportation were superb although we were unaccustomed -- frankly, unacceptably so -- to the extent we were isolated from host country nationals (except vendors). There were abundant entertainment or simply relaxation options, so we were always occupied. The exercise facilities, sauna/spa, and pool were incredibly well maintained and properly scaled for size/use. Candidly, while this was in many ways an exceptional cruise with several aspects that were far superior to the competition, we concluded we aren't really cruising people so while Viking provides a superior experience (albeit at a price) we are somewhat unlikely to rush back for another cruise ... at least until we become a bit more immobile. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
The ship was as lovely as ever. However, the included shore excursions were poor compared to the ones we took on the Homelands cruise. They were short with no embellishments. If the ship docks in Greenwich there should be an included tour ... Read More
The ship was as lovely as ever. However, the included shore excursions were poor compared to the ones we took on the Homelands cruise. They were short with no embellishments. If the ship docks in Greenwich there should be an included tour into London just as the Homeland cruises had one into Berlin. We paid for a tour of the Grieg HOuse but it was crowded and the guide was poor. I complained about this the next day but got no response. Also, too many of your Ocean cruises start in Bergen, a place that is not easy to fly into from the US. We were also disappointed in the lectures. A lot of them were at inconvenient times of the day. For the most part, the lecturers were boring, going over a lot of statistics and dates rather than telling interesting stories. As a result, sea days were boring. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
Cruise was fine. Service was great, food was great, and the entertainment was great. Ship was very clean and modern. Couldn't find any dirt on the entire ship and cabin. The excursions were just OK. Some were better than others. ... Read More
Cruise was fine. Service was great, food was great, and the entertainment was great. Ship was very clean and modern. Couldn't find any dirt on the entire ship and cabin. The excursions were just OK. Some were better than others. We had done a river boat cruise with Viking before this and noticed that you had more time in ports, since you didn't have to dock in industrial ports and bus thru the port areas. You don't get a lot of time in each port but you do see some of the main sites in each stop by bus. The worst part of the cruise was getting to the ship and back home. Beware of free air deal! We had to take three flights to get to the ship while other passengers only took two. Getting to the ship was tough but returning was terrible. Whoever booked the flights for Viking didn't allow us enough time between flights to make our last flight. When returning back into the United States you must clear customs, pick up your checked luggage, recheck your luggage for your domestic flight, clear security, and then find your gate in an international airport. This takes a considerable amount of time. We were one of the younger couples on the cruise and we just got to the gate as the plane was pulling out. The other people on our plane didn't make their flights either. Some of the passengers slept in the airport gates overnight. We were lucky to find a hotel at our own expense and get booked on another flight the next day. I was waiting for a response from Viking before posting this but have not heard from them. I think Viking is a good cruise line but waiting to hear from them before i would consider booking another cruise with them. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2017
Chose the cruise to celebrate our anniversary. We are Viking River aficionados and had spectacular River Cruises on the Rhine, Danube. Moselle, Duoro. Wanted to try a Viking ocean cruise expecting the fantastic time we always had with ... Read More
Chose the cruise to celebrate our anniversary. We are Viking River aficionados and had spectacular River Cruises on the Rhine, Danube. Moselle, Duoro. Wanted to try a Viking ocean cruise expecting the fantastic time we always had with Viking. The tours that were offered were shameful. Even the guides could not understand why the time was so short and why the best places were not included. I complained to the tour people but nothing changed. The offered tour in Barcelona did not include even the outside of the Sagrada Familia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Viking I knew would have taken us inside and around the tourist lines. Amazing for Viking. The food was OK except in the specialty restaurants not Viking level of excellence. In short for years I sent many friends and acquaintances to Viking River. Now I will make sure that I strongly do NOT recommend Viking Ocean cruises. It was not worth half what I paid for the trip. Thank God for the night lounge. The bartenders were fantastic as was the band!!!! They were really worth it. Humberto Cordero Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We chose this cruise for the itinerary, but 5 of 9 ports were skipped (2) or significantly delayed. Shore excursions were just ok, even the ones we purchased were just ok. Most of the staff and crew were excellent, friendly, and bent ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the itinerary, but 5 of 9 ports were skipped (2) or significantly delayed. Shore excursions were just ok, even the ones we purchased were just ok. Most of the staff and crew were excellent, friendly, and bent over backwards to please. Public areas were overcrowded at events or activities. Food was very good to excellent in main restaurant and especially Manfredis. World Cafe , pool grill, and Chefs Table just ok. Cabin was roomy enough but very limited drawer space in Deluxe Veranda. Bathroom was nice. A lot of people like the stark Scandinavian decor, but we found that the abundance of hard surfaces and minimal softening features made the restaurants and public areas very noisy. We chose the post cruise Montreal stay (Westin) and are very disappointed with the hotel. Waited 5 hours for room to be ready. Room looks into windows of adjacent building, have to keep drapes closed all the time. They refused to change the room. The flight Viking booked leaves at 8:30 am but the transfer leaves at 4 am. Airport is only 30 minutes away. Just adds to the misery of the Montreal experience. By contrast, the pre cruise in Oslo and Bergen were wonderful. We tried to book business class but Viking said they only have economy for this cruise. We found out later this was not true. We are too old for the discomforts of economy flights ( even though we managed to upgrade to premium economy through the airline) all the way from the west coast. It's definitely a deal breaker on any future cruise. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
The Viking Sky is indeed a beautiful ship, tastefully decorated with wonderful art. The common areas are inviting, especially the Explorers Lounge on the 7th deck, which offers fabulous ocean vistas. The ship is spotlessly maintained. We ... Read More
The Viking Sky is indeed a beautiful ship, tastefully decorated with wonderful art. The common areas are inviting, especially the Explorers Lounge on the 7th deck, which offers fabulous ocean vistas. The ship is spotlessly maintained. We have taken several other cruises and were excited about visiting new countries We should have had the best time ever! However, Viking dropped the ball on several fronts, First, the travel department is difficult to deal with. Be forewarned, if you use a travel agent, they will not speak to you. We finally got our itinerary resolved, and then Category 5 Hurricane Irma became a major player. We were booked on Delta to leave Miami at 12:20 pm on 9/8, and a the airport was scheduled to close that afternoon. Our connection time in Atlanta was only 1 hour. Days before, we tried to change our flight to leave earlier, but were denied, unless we wanted to pay Delta a change ticket fee of $3,000 per person. We offered to drive to Atlanta and pick up the itinerary there, but Viking did not go to bat for us. Apparently, they have no pull with Delta. Finally, we called them again on 9/6 and literally begged, and spoke with someone who was willing and able to help. We got grudging approval to begin our flight in Atlanta. The next day, we drove 20 hours to Atlanta in bumper to bumper traffic, normally an 8 1/2 hour drive, and slept at an airport hotel. We noted that our original flight out of Miami was delayed and we would have missed the connection in Atlanta. Then we flew to Norway to begin the cruise. We were exhausted. I had not really slept in 3 days and missed my tour in Bergen. Our room and bathroom were surprisingly small with no excess storage space, but again, tastefully decorated and with quality linens. The bathroom floors are heated, which was fantastic! There was a coffeemaker, but it was up too high for me to use. However, the cappuccino onboard was excellent, so we didn't mind scooting out to get it. The TV system, like most cruises, is not the best for live TV but offers a nice selection of movies. We were anxious to see news of the hurricanes. Most of the time it worked ok, but the live tv was not working the last several days of the cruise. Wifi: On previous trips, I had no problems downloading my photos from my phone to my iPad via iCloud, but the wifi was so slow that they could not download. I was surprised, given the newness of the ship. Several of my emails refused to send and I had to keep trying. Our cruise experienced a lot of rough seas, so they canceled port docking in the Shetland Islands and also one in Greenland. We already had many days at sea scheduled on this transatlantic cruise, but we can't blame Viking for bad weather. Days at sea featured lectures, some bland music, and movies, but not much in the way of interactive or physical activity if the weather did not cooperate, which it did not. It would have been nice to go to a class in the fitness center but they were not offered to my knowledge. The daily afternoon tea is in a particularly lovely venue. Lots of reading time and looking out the windows in the Explorers Lounge. We did see icebergs and a few whales, and a lot of people, myself included, got excited about a rock that initially looked like a whale. One couple went outside one afternoon and had to be rescued because the winds were so strong. The Faroe Islands and Reykjavik were fabulous and we enjoyed our tours there. It was great to be off the ship. Qaqortoq, Greenland was disappointing, as our private tour with Sagalands canceled without notice even though they had confirmed a just few days earlier. The town itself is not really worth a stop, especially if arriving early on a Sunday morning when the few establishments in town are closed. Quebec is a charming European style city for walking and touring. The food on board is very good. Dinner in the restaurant is slow, often taking 2 hours for a 3 course meal, but we had nowhere to go and not much else to do. Our primary waiter was friendly and personable. Thankfully, our friends are great conversationalists! The buffet restaurant was fresh and well presented, and was a good option when we did not want an overly long meal. Fellow passengers on the ship were generally highly educated, pleasant, and courteous. We almost missed our flight home. For a 10 am flight, our bus left at 8:15 for a 40 minute drive to the airport. We were unable to check in to our flights onboard because the internet was too slow and it timed out. We got to the check in desk, and were told that had we arrived 5 minutes later, we would have missed the cutoff for checking luggage for an international flight. Again, unnecessary stress should have totally avoidable, ending this long cruise on a questionable note. Do I recommend this cruise? Although this beautiful ship is 5 star rated and some people love endless days at sea, it was too sedate for me. The quality of the lectures was excellent, but I have had much more rollicking fun on other less expensive cruises where more varied and interactive onboard activities were offered. Even bingo, karaoke, disco, dueling pianos, a bad art auction, penny poker, flower arranging, Hawaiian theme night....none are great but something that makes you laugh! I also learned to NEVER book flights through a cruise line again. Maybe it was the weather..... Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We purchased our trip in Fall 2016. My wife had double knee replacements and we were told we could get first class or business class seats on the flight over to Europe; we would pay the upgrade cost (fine with us!). We waited in July and ... Read More
We purchased our trip in Fall 2016. My wife had double knee replacements and we were told we could get first class or business class seats on the flight over to Europe; we would pay the upgrade cost (fine with us!). We waited in July and had to call twice to get our flights. When we were finally able to get ahold of someone we were told that due to the “ CONTRACT” we were only permitted couch. We called the airlines to see if we could upgrade they referred us to Viking. When we called Viking we were told (from an unsigned anonymous email that: "This is a limit within our CONTRACT and likely a detail that your initial sales representative was not privy to, for this we apologize.” And for this we filed a complaint with the FTC for false marketing. We also wanted to go a day early so we could enjoy Bergen. Not possible (see the contract). So the two days we were told we would have in Bergen amounted to getting to the ship at 8 pm and we left at 6pm the next day (22 hours). 1) Shetland Islands - no go - too bad of weather to dock for “safety” reasons so we never got there. 2) Faroe Islands - We went on the cruise up a fjord. The advertisement for the trip said we had a chance to see Puffins. Except the guide told us the Puffins leave in August so no Puffins, nice scenery though. The ad did say a chance! 3) Rejkavik, Iceland - Fantastic Day with views of a huge waterfall and a national park and geysers. Although Yellowstone had better waterfalls and geysers 4) Nanortalik, Greenland - no go - too bad of weather to dock for “safety” reasons so we never got there. 5) Qaqortoq, Greenland - Five hour stay on a Sunday morning. One gift shop and a 45 minute wait to purchase an item. Most of the people were no where to be seen. Neat Church. 6) L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland - We were suppose to dock at 7 am but due to Canadian Customs, we were not able to get to shore until after 10 am. Of course that left us little time to visit the Viking village that had been found, in the pouring rain. 7) Saquenay, Canada - We went up from the St. Lawrence River through a fjord to get here. Beautiful scenery. At least we were told so. We could not see anything due to the fog. The ship had to go up the fjord slower due to whales in the area so we were 3 hours late. No we did not see any whales. The docking is not in the town but at a docking facility about 10 miles south of town (not mentioned in the tour guide - see the CONTRACT). We took a tour of four craft areas, goats for wool, glass blowing, and an artists who fit intricate paintings all over his house. The last was a lame aquarium and a stupid video the tried to be a poor example of a Disney ride. 8) Quebec City, Canada - Warm & sunny a nice walk around the old town. 9) Montreal, Canada - We were told we would get into port at 4 am. Of course AFTER we left Quebec City the Cruise Director Aaron announced the we would get into port at 6 am. We docked at 7 am and we were able to get off the ship at 7:30am. All “guests” were told they had to be off the ship by 8 am - read the CONTRACT. They collected our luggage at 10 pm the previous evening but all this meant was that we had to wait dockside for them to bring our luggage to us. This meant much lost time. We were told the night before that the trip to the airport would take 20 minutes. We we got on the bus we were told it would be 45 minutes. The bus driver went through town very very very slowly. Many people missed their flight due to this delay. The Viking people were of no help (see the CONTRACT) to those so affected. Some took taxis. Although the original plan was for us to dock at 4 am, the Viking flight staff put us on a Delta flight leaving at 3:20 and arriving home at 10:30 (7 hours) . We found a flight leaving at 9:30 and arriving home at 1:00 pm (3.5 hrs). There was another flight leaving at 5 pm and arriving home at 9 pm (4 hours). Of course we tried to change - Delta said to call Viking who said no dice - read the Contract. We were able to get out sooner due to a family member interceding - a big thank you to the Montreal Delta Airlines staff!!!! Other things to Note (in no particular order): A) I conclude that Viking does not consider your air travel to be part of the “Viking experience” so they spend little time on this area. We were so disappointed in our treatment that we will probably never us the company again. We had taken a similar Viking river cruise in Europe and had the same problems. We thought it was a one off problem. Apparently it is a corporate policy to short the customers on the air travel in and out of the cruise B) During high seas the toilets will back up and with the heated floors in the bathroom it gets pretty smelly - flush then often and keep you door open to the outside for better air. You can were a coat in your room since it is 40 degrees outside. C) No one seems to have used either of the pools or hot tubs D) The Viking time is very variable. When they say we dock at x time, add two hours at least E) The Crew that did all the work were wonderful F) I go the sense that the Ship Captain and his team were not letting us in on all the information we needed until it suited their purposes. G) Remember that THE CONTRACT rules everything, no exceptions, no allowances, no wavering. H) Average age of the customers is probably in the low 70s. There were a lot of handicapped people so allow for extra time getting on and off the boat. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2017
We chose this cruise because of its itinerary. We cruised from Bergen to Montreal. To start with, we had booked air through the Viking Air department, something we will never do again. We had assumed they would be more proactive on our ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of its itinerary. We cruised from Bergen to Montreal. To start with, we had booked air through the Viking Air department, something we will never do again. We had assumed they would be more proactive on our behalf than it turned out they were prepared to be. Just days before departure we were facing Hurricane Irma, and they made no effort to fly us out early. We spent a precious 48+ hours begging to be allowed to fly out of Atlanta and drop our Miami-Atlanta segment before they finally decided that yes, they would allow us to do that. If we hadn't persevered, we would have missed connections, and missed the cruise. As it was, because they delayed so long, it took 20 hours to drive to Atlanta as many of the mandatory evacuation orders (including ours!) had already been issued, and all of South Florida were on the roads north. The ship is gorgeous, and we found the food to be outstanding as well. But for me, a cruise is all about the EXPERIENCE and here they failed miserably. While there were a few outstanding staff, most were inept, and confusion abounded. Everyone was nice, but no one seemed to work as a team. In the dining rooms, we got wrong orders, we were asked repeatedly what the order WAS, and though we bought the premium wine package, we frequently had to wait a half hour at dinner before we got any wine. (if you stayed with the included wines it was much better--you got service immediately). One night my husband had to get up and speak to the maitre d' because it had been an hour between courses. We were constantly aggravated at dinner, which is NOT how you want to be! We liked our cabin, the heated floors in the bathroom, and the availability of free laundry. And I must say our cabin steward, Ronel, was the BEST we have had in over 30+ cruises! But the cabin really lacked storage space--2 drawers and a little space in the nightstands. We asked for, and got, about 30 extra hangers and ended up hanging just about everything. Wifi was slow, but we appreciated that it was available and complimentary, so no complaints really. The Spa was gorgeous. I didn't try spa treatments. Yoga was offered but as a long-standing yoga practitioner, I didn't think it was age appropriate. There was a serious miss-match between the demographics of the passengers and the yoga routine offered. They should be offering YIN or INYNGAR yoga, and instead, the teachers' background was Ashtanga. When she started out doing a jump-back chaturanga, I knew the class was doomed. The poor ladies in the class did their valiant best, but they could have really hurt themselves with the routine we were put through. Explorers Lounge was lovely, and here, the staff was lovely as well. Skilled, pleasant--really really excellent. Lectures were excellent and a feature we really appreciated was the ability to watch them later on recorded TV. We were frequently busy at the times the lectures were 'live' but we managed to watch/listen to every one of them thanks to the recorded TV. LOVED this! Very much enriched the voyage. The shore excursions: included ones were so-so, but the optional ones that we paid for were all outstanding. Our tour guide in Quebec, Marie, on the Quebec Discovery Day was absolutely outstanding. BUT!!! The WORST feature of the entire cruise was the daily disembarkation, which was TERRIBLE. Viking really needs to learn how to get 900 people off a cruise ship. We waited almost an hour to get on the tender at L'Anse Aux Meadows, and then sat on the tender for 45 minutes before we could get off. This was the worst, but even regular disembarkations were routinely a bottleneck.. And finally, our transfer to the airport at the end of the cruise. Again, the staff showed their inexperience, to be charitable. Our bus departure was scheduled for 8am. Our flight was at 10am. And it was a 45 minute drive to the airport. We only made our flight because my husband had status on the airline, so we were able to use an expedited check in--but even at that, the agent said we were the last to be able to get our luggage on board. These kinds of repetitive 'glitches' made me think that although we had paid a 5-star price for this cruise, we did NOT receive a 5-star cruise. We have cruised well over 30 times, at various price points, and many different cruise lines, and this is the first time we felt we did not get our money's worth. There were just too many issues overall. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Viking had been recommended by friends. Overall the ship is beautiful and service is excellent. Tours were disappointing. For the most part the tour guides did not offer comprehensive in-depth perspectives. Many just plain boring and ... Read More
Viking had been recommended by friends. Overall the ship is beautiful and service is excellent. Tours were disappointing. For the most part the tour guides did not offer comprehensive in-depth perspectives. Many just plain boring and blah. The worst were in Norway where the guides are not local. The best tour was Soviet Flashback in Estonia where the guide gave us a rendition of what life was like in the Soviet times. It was excellent. Estonia is a lovely city and easy to get around, but again, we had a pretty lackluster experience on the included city tour. Viking needs to work on checking out their tour operators and perhaps hire their own rather than use outside agencies. We were not alone in our criticism of the tours in general. Our Russian guide was good although she got sick and stayed with us on the bus and passed on her cold to me. Best to do your homework and research cruises before wasting your money. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
The ship, crew, cabin, and ports were truly wonderful. The experience was tarnished only by the Viking booked flights being non-existent when we arrived at the airport. We were two of 13 cruisers, that I know of, who had to pay for new ... Read More
The ship, crew, cabin, and ports were truly wonderful. The experience was tarnished only by the Viking booked flights being non-existent when we arrived at the airport. We were two of 13 cruisers, that I know of, who had to pay for new IcelandAir tickets to get on our return flights after already having paid Viking! There were no IcelandAir desks at the Arlanda airport. We had to speak with SAS reps who could not even sell new tickets. The only way to purchase new tickets was to call Icelandic Air or use their website with less than 1hour before boarding. The quasi Viking reps at the airport had no authority to rectify this. Multiple calls to Viking in CA at 6am on Saturday resulted in voice mail only. This happened this morning (8/12) so there has been no resolution (repayment of airfare) yet. This performance by Viking confirms that Tauck will be my travel partner of choice in the future. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
New Ship - Rave Reviews plus the itinerary was the reason we chose Viking for our cruise in July 2017. I went with my sister on the Viking Homelands Cruise for 15 days Bergen-Stockholm. The best aspects of our Viking Cruise 1 ... Read More
New Ship - Rave Reviews plus the itinerary was the reason we chose Viking for our cruise in July 2017. I went with my sister on the Viking Homelands Cruise for 15 days Bergen-Stockholm. The best aspects of our Viking Cruise 1 Absolutely spotless in every area 2 The best Free Spa use I have ever seen on a ship and the best Spa Experience 3 Heather our Cruise Director was the best I have ever experienced. She was Articulate-Funny and very Talented The worst aspects 1 There were no Hor d'oeuvres served in the bars prior to dinner. Nuts every night or the same totally dry 3 pastry and only pastry, cracker size nibbles in the Atrium Bar. 2 Mamsens and the Atrium served the same variety of open sandwiches the whole cruise no variety whatsoever. The Pool side Bistro had the same menu the entire 15 days. 3 Chefs Table - The night we booked they had an asian theme, you do not get to choose and there was only one course we enjoyed. Each theme lasts for 3 days. Again more variety and choice needed. 4 Classical music was the only form of entertainment in the Atrium. They had a very good guitarist in the Upstairs Bar but again the music was go to sleep type. Very little other entertainment only 2 sessions of Trivia the whole cruise. Shows were very mediocre and ran for 40 minutes starting at 9.15 each night. The night club was ok but closed at 12pm. No other entertainment on board apart from enrichment lectures. 5 I absolutely hated the three tier system they had for drinks. a) Wine or Beer with meals. b) Silver package which was great as far as mixed drinks go but the wine choice is extremely limited with 1 type of Reisling, 1 Chardonnay, 1 Pinot Grigio which they ran out of on the second Day, 1 Shiraz, 1 Cab Sav and 1 Merlot, again more choice needed. c) Pay as you go. This meant if you were sitting with a group of people it was difficult to order a round of drinks. This is the first time I have come across this on a cruise and it meant the lounge areas were basically empty at night. As a summary we found the destinations amazing, the staff excellent but it was really disappointing and in fact quite boring as far as cruising goes. You just could not compare Viking to a Regent Cruise for instance. I have cruised P&O, Princess, Holland America, Seabourn, Orion, Ponant Yachts, Paul Gauguin, Azamara and Regent. Viking was the most boring with the least variety in food and drink. I am so glad I haven't booked them for our River Cruise next year. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
We got a great deal for a deluxe veranda cabin. It was a perfect way to see countries like Norway, Russia, Poland, Estonia, Denmark, and Sweden that were on our bucket list but would have taken forever to tour as individual trips or by a ... Read More
We got a great deal for a deluxe veranda cabin. It was a perfect way to see countries like Norway, Russia, Poland, Estonia, Denmark, and Sweden that were on our bucket list but would have taken forever to tour as individual trips or by a land tour. We ate at the World Cafe most of the time because it was flexible with our schedule. The food was great with plenty of choices and the opportunity to ask for a specially prepared dish to our liking. The main disappointment was not being told in advance that we needed a visa to tour St. Petersburg or to book a local land tour in advance. We would have preferred to at least have the option to book a land tour of our choice. And with no visa we were facing a full day on the ship in one of the major destinations of the trip. Fortunately we were accommodated on a Viking land tour at the last minute, but we paid a premium price for it. My wife stopped to take a photo in G'dansk and got separated from our group. I had no idea where she was and spent the whole time there running around looking for her. She ended up joining another group but since the tour guides didn't have a way to communicate with each other I didn't even know she was safe until I finally found her at the end of the day. I don't know why the guide couldn't call Viking and have Viking ask the other guides if they had picked up a straggler from another group. It would have put my mind at ease so I could enjoy that beautiful city. The other hassle was having out flight out of Newark cancelled at the last minute. The only thing we could do was rent a car and drive to JFK to fly out and then pay for a driver home from Newark. We had planned to simply drive to Newark and home in our own car. It ended up costing us over $200 extra for the car rental to get to JFK and for the driver who drove us home from Newark. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
The problems were not with the ship or the crew but with the Viking company itself. They need to understand that when you have an emergency phone number for guests to call when they need help someone should answer the phone. Or how ... Read More
The problems were not with the ship or the crew but with the Viking company itself. They need to understand that when you have an emergency phone number for guests to call when they need help someone should answer the phone. Or how about the fact that they make plane reservations for guests and have people arriving at 6am, and have to wait until 2pm (8 hours) until they can access the rooms. The hotel couldn't accommodate the number of people waiting with places to sit. Another flaw in the system was the emergency evacuation drill. The instructions were to meet in entertainment room on deck 2. There were about 200 guests present. The staff stood on the stage and stated that life vests would be passed out in a real emergency. After talking with several guests we all agreed that in a real emergency the room would be in total chaos. We were not given any information of where we would be sent to board life boats. The most alarming thing was that passing out life vests to the guests would probably be a total disaster, And like other cruise lines that I've been on the lack of information would cause total panic. If the Viking upper management read and evaluate the comments provided by the guests then things would have to change. Otherwise I would hope that the company sticks to river cruises and gives up on the ocean ones. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We booked this cruise, Into the Midnight Sun, after having read an article in our local Melbourne paper from a travel journalist who cruised the Norwegian coast and raved about the experience. A combination of length of cruise, itinerary, ... Read More
We booked this cruise, Into the Midnight Sun, after having read an article in our local Melbourne paper from a travel journalist who cruised the Norwegian coast and raved about the experience. A combination of length of cruise, itinerary, finishing port in Greenwich, London and travel inclusions made us choose Viking Ocean. We were the first people to use Viking from our particular travel agency. I won’t reiterate all the glowing comments made by others about the ship, Viking Sea. They’re all accurate. We loved the clean-cut Scandinavian design and interestingly, I found that our cabin had more drawer space than we actually needed. It was always immaculately clean. The staff were uniformly cheerful, polite, friendly and efficient. They appeared to genuinely enjoy each other’s company and their work. The food was fine without being outstanding in any of the dining venues. After trying all the restaurants, eventually, we chose to use the buffet only. The scenery was beautiful and the weather kind. Our port stops were varied and interesting. The exception to this was Edinburgh where we were docked quite a long distance from the city in Rosyth. By the time our included tour reached the city centre, it left us with very little time to do much of anything. Despite our upgraded cabin class, by the time we were allowed to book optional excursions, many were already filled and this was very disappointing. We were further frustrated because we heard that on some of those optional excursions that we missed out on, there actually had been extra places available and the included tours we took, were full to capacity. I had been involved in the Cruise Critic forum prior to the start and noticed that it was a very small group which kind of petered out. We went to the meet and mingle and thought that while it was pleasant, we were glad that the staff was there, to supplement our small numbers. If Viking were to make its guests aware of this valuable site prior to the start of the cruise, I’m sure that many people would appreciate the chance to make connections through it. Our cruise fare included the Silver Drinks Package. While this might seem to be a good thing, we are not big drinkers and it’s frustrating to be obliged to pay for something that we didn’t really appreciate or get good value from. Likewise, the choices of wine in this package were just so/so. We are fit and in our mid 60’s and observed that this cruise seemed to cater not just for an older demographic, but an elderly crowd. There were many infirm, frail people who clearly had mobility issues and caused long, slowly moving lines to develop behind them as they clambered on and off the ship and the tour busses. While we acknowledged that seats at the front of the busses should be reserved for the disabled, we noticed that their occupants were never asked to wait until the busses emptied before their disembarking. This meant that many times we were impacted by these people who were either unaware or inconsiderate of the frustration they were causing to those of us stuck behind them. Even though it has impressive ships, crews, fares and itineraries, Viking Ocean doesn’t quite live up to its potential and for the reasons stated, we’ll likely return to Oceania for our next cruise. Having said all this, we still had a very good time and would wholeheartedly recommend travel to this part of the world. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We returned from a fifteen day cruise, "Into The Midnight Sun" from Bergen to London on the Viking Star. We had sailed on this ship soon after she entered service in 2015. It was a Christmas cruise on the Mediterranean. While ... Read More
We returned from a fifteen day cruise, "Into The Midnight Sun" from Bergen to London on the Viking Star. We had sailed on this ship soon after she entered service in 2015. It was a Christmas cruise on the Mediterranean. While the very talented singers, dancers and other acts were great, their material wasn't. The same (not first class) shows that we saw two years ago were replayed on this last cruise. They were stale then and even more so now. The spy show was stupid...not funny ..not even entertaining. The Ship's entertainers, including the couple who sang in the night club, the Assistant Cruise Director and Cruise Director produced a fabulous "Salute To Broadway" that had everyone on their feet. FINALLY!!! a production which showcased their talents, rather than wasting it Viking should be ashamed to ask customers to return, when they can't be bothered to even provide a worthy entertainment experience. Once was a disappointment. Twice and you're losing a customer. The ship, the cabins, the food, the excursions and especially the staff were all amazing. This is a corporate failure. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
Chose this cruise for the destinations. However, we booked our cruise through the Viking Air Division. At first we were booked on Scandinavian Air but we were switched to British Airways. Unfortunately this was the weekend of British ... Read More
Chose this cruise for the destinations. However, we booked our cruise through the Viking Air Division. At first we were booked on Scandinavian Air but we were switched to British Airways. Unfortunately this was the weekend of British Airways IT disaster. Viking got us to London all right, but we were told in Newark that our connecting flight from London to Bergen, Norway would wait for us. Six of us were traveling and thus we got stuck in London with no commercial flights for 2 days or more. We met two more people who were supposed to get on the same connecting flight so now 8 people are stranded. Called Viking from London and were told it was too early to talk to them ( it being nighttime in the States). We were thus forced to hire a charter jet to get us to Bergen, thanks to the advice from Viking. Otherwise the ship would have sailed without us. This was extremely expensive. Viking reps on the ship told us customer service would take care of us! Although we did get our money from BA for the connecting flight, we expected Viking to do something for us along the lines of a cruise credit. We did not expect to be fully reimbursed but instead Viking blew us off! We will never sail with them again! Cabin is small like on all cruise ships. Like the heated floor in the bathroom which was also small. Food in the main dining room was good, not fabulous. Specialty restaurants were very good. Optional port excursions were well done I thought. But expensive. Entertainment very good, mostly various singers. Cruise staff very accommodating and room spotlessly kept and serviced several times a day. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2017
The itinerary looked promising and some friends had raved about their experience on a similar Viking cruise in 2015. It's OK, but Viking has some problems: - Viking requires payment of the entire cost of the cruise at the time of ... Read More
The itinerary looked promising and some friends had raved about their experience on a similar Viking cruise in 2015. It's OK, but Viking has some problems: - Viking requires payment of the entire cost of the cruise at the time of booking, in our case $14,000 paid 19 months before scheduled departure. - Viking has no traveler support while passengers are trying to reach somewhat obscure departure points, such as Bergen, Norway. We found ourselves stranded in London on a Viking arranged flight. Viking offered no assistance to us in re-booking our flight when we missed the connection to Bergen. - While their Silver Spirits package looked promising, they ran out of the only India Pale Ale a few days into the cruise and did not restock it despite numerous opportunities to do so. Their "premium" wine choices were better than the non-premium wines, which were truly inferior, but they were nothing to write home about. How can a cruise line that caters to Americans run out of tasty craft beer? - When we sought assistance for the considerable expense we incurred in making alternative flight arrangements, they promised to try to make it right. In the end, this was not the case. We won't be cruising on Viking anytime soon, and we ever change our mind, we'll use a travel agent to make our flight arrangements. - Their included tours were average to poor, with one or two exceptions. The average cost of a premium tour was in excess of $150 per person, but we felt compelled to do so at several ports. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
I wanted to see the Hermitage in St. Petersburg mainly. In spite of this being a small ship as far as ocean going cruises is concerned, I still felt "herded" on a grand scale every day. That is my issue and not Viking's. It ... Read More
I wanted to see the Hermitage in St. Petersburg mainly. In spite of this being a small ship as far as ocean going cruises is concerned, I still felt "herded" on a grand scale every day. That is my issue and not Viking's. It goes with the territory. I was disappointed in the Jewish Heritage tour in Gdansk. Very thin from a content point of view. Most tour guides were excellent as were the tours but there was little opportunity to explore on your own. The concierge women were less than helpful when I asked about certain chairs (look it up in the art guide - they weren't in there) and when I lost my cell phone in Stavanger (I had to keep going back to see if they'd heard from the boat tour operator and they were not concerned). Flights: United - the tv screen holder was filled with mold and I spent the night sneezing with itchy, watery eyes. It wasn't until morning that I could see the extent of the mold. United "generously" gave me a $25 credit on my next flight. Coming back on Icelandic Air. There was confusion at the Bergen airport for check in and it took way too long. They needed more people checking in luggage. I had never been informed that my meal was covered so bought something and then the attendant asked who Rebecca was, clearly I was sitting in my seat in the correct row. I was told I had a meal provided. Irritated, I asked for a refund and took the meal provided. The attendant told me I could keep the other meal for later. I told her I didn't want two meals and insisted on a refund. The airport in Reykjavek was disorderly as well. It was not clear what gate we should be using and no announcement was ever made for our flight. The board said this was a flight to London so I had to go up to ask. We had to get up so early most days that we were too tired to take advantage of the entertainment. And unlike some people, we were not looking for Las Vegas style entertainment, just a nice diversion. Not crazy about the World Cafe - felt like a high school cafeteria although the food was good. Good alternatives at the Pool Grill and Mamsen's as well as the Chef's Table and the Italian restaurant and The Restaurant for dinners. The Copenhagen jazz cruise was a highlight as was the fjord cruise. The rooms and bathrooms are lovely and clean but the arrangement of the closet for two friends traveling as opposed to a couple who can push beds together and thus make more room to access closets is inconvenient. We had to take turns getting into the closets. This did not feel restful like the river cruise did. If your goal is cover a lot of countries, then this is for you. Most staff were the usual over the top customer friendly staff but a few like the concierges were a disappointment. And beware the Russian portion. You go through immigration every day leaving and returning to the ship. These women are not friendly and do not make you feel welcome I had traveled to Stockholm ahead of time and walked down to the dock. There is a local ferry named Viking and I assumed this was Viking Cruise lines. Fortunately, there was a locker where I could leave my luggage and return later only to have to haul the luggage over the real Viking cruise lines. I had been told before I left the US that I could leave my luggage at the cruise ship and have brunch on board - at the time I went to the dock, the Viking ship had not yet come in. All in all, very unsettling. In my evaluation, I noted my concerns and asked that someone from viking call me. That was on June 3. This is now June 28 and no call. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2017
The problem with this cruise is as follows: too many stops and not enough time to see the places of interest. The Baltics are an area that require more time and focus. This trip was once over lightly. I objected to the price of the ... Read More
The problem with this cruise is as follows: too many stops and not enough time to see the places of interest. The Baltics are an area that require more time and focus. This trip was once over lightly. I objected to the price of the extra trips. Many of them were outrageous. For example the price of a visit to the Hermitage Museum was absurd. I purchased two tickets online from the Museum for two days for $43.00. To have charged over 125.00 dollars for a short visit to the Museum was absurd. The trip to Berlin despite the charm of the tour guide on the train was almost worthless. Berlin is a city of great cultural importance with a history both tortured and complex. The few hours that we spent in Berlin were useless. Either the trip should be reconfigured or Berlin should not be included. Gdansk Poland needed more time. We were not able to see the memorial to Solidarity and that is one of the most important markers in the recent history of Poland. I am probably in a minority but I prefer the River Cruises where one is able to see a country in depth. I will have been on seven Viking trips, and the one that was remarkable was the one to Egypt. The two guides who were with us the entire trip were superb, and we spent the entire time in one country. Another issue that bothered me. I got sick on the cruise. I went to the see the Nurse. With the price of the cruise, it seems very mean-spirited to charge one for cough medicine which did not work. I was informed that if I had to see the Doctor, it would cost me $35.00. Viking can do better than that. I understand that many people prefer the larger ships but in my opinion the in depth opportunities of a trip such as the one to Egypt, or even the the trip to Russia were so much more interesting. I will acknowledge that the Library on the Viking Sky was excellent and I read several books during my days at sea. Finally I am not an average tourist and am probably more difficult to please. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2017
My husband and I booked a Baltic cruise with Viking in early 2016 for a May 2017 trip. Having been on an amazing Viking river cruise, we convinced three other couples to sign up too.....what a mistake! Our trip had a rough start due to ... Read More
My husband and I booked a Baltic cruise with Viking in early 2016 for a May 2017 trip. Having been on an amazing Viking river cruise, we convinced three other couples to sign up too.....what a mistake! Our trip had a rough start due to weather/airline problems in the US. When we finally arrived at Bergen, we were whisked away from the airport before being allowed to get our luggage.....so we were without our suitcases for two days. Because we had missed several events, we requested verification from the concierge of those missed activities for our insurance claim. To say they were less than helpful is an understatement. On a happier note, the housekeeping crew was amazing, the restaurant crews were very friendly and helpful. The food was average, entertainment was good, the cruise director was poor, and the "historical insights" lectures were very poor. I was embarrassed that I had encouraged the three other couples to come. Viking does an amazing job with river cruises, but they need help with the ocean cruise business. This will be the last one I take with them. Read Less
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