"I choose this trip to try out Vioking which always portrays itself as a luxury cruise line. It is not.
I also choose this cruise for the stops at the Azores and Bermuda which did not happen so the trip was 14..."Read More
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And I have taken several; why you wonder:
#1 - I caught an intestinal illness on board, couldn't eat hardly eat anything but chicken soup and a little fruit for the last seven days of the cruise; it was an eleven night cruise. Couldn't determine if it was something I ate or if it was some inconsiderate passenger on board spreading disease; doesn't matter I caught it on board. I do want to ...
I choose this trip to try out Vioking which always portrays itself as a luxury cruise line. It is not.
I also choose this cruise for the stops at the Azores and Bermuda which did not happen so the trip was 14 days of Atlantic ocean.
The speakers were disappointing, the television and internet did not work including the computer system in the restaurant which created long lines and ...
Room: Had Deluxe Veranda that, per Viking, was 270 sf. As soon as we opened the room door, it was a shock. I measured: 193sq not including the balcony.
Storage: Three drawers in cabinet, one drawer in each night table - and the closet. Hardly enough.
Communication: Abysmal. In the first three days (yes, three days) I had to go to Guest Services (GS) 15 times - I finally stopped counting. ...
We chose to do a repositioning cruise on the Viking Sea in March of 2018 from San Juan to Barcelona. We have sailed over a dozen times on other cruise lines, predominately Seabourn and have done four other trans-Atlantic cruises, but were intrigued by the pictures and reviews of these new ships.
First the good: The Viking Sea was a beautiful ship with spacious public areas. We loved the ...