Saga Group Reviews

 Saga Group  Reviews

Saga Cruises are known for their award-winning style of small-ship cruising with first-class service, fine dining and call at ports of calls larger ships can’t reach. Designed exclusively for guests aged 50 and over, Saga Cruises promise a relaxed, sociable, adults-only atmosphere.

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Scandinavian delights
By Enid Horton on 02 January 2019
Saga Group | Saga Pearl II Reviews

Excellent all around. You are made to feel part of a great family. Will certainly book again. I cannot praise Bolsover enough, they have never let me down. Merry Christmas.

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A holiday to remember for the right reasons
By Gladys Whetton on 30 July 2018
Saga Group | Saga Sapphire Reviews

Absolutely fantastic from start to finish! Greeted on board as soon as we arrived and hand luggage was taken from us as we were shown to our cabin. Fabulous buffet laid out for all to enjoy. Delicious food, drinks available (drinking chocolate etc.) 24 hours, friendly helpful staff. Who knew that Liverpool was so enjoyable and interesting? TT Races really worth going to and Dorset had so many chocolate box villages and interesting Jurassic coastline....

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By GLADYS WHETTON on 13 June 2018
Saga Group | Saga Sapphire Reviews

Cannot praise saga enough, we were picked up from home on time by a very good friendly driver, straight on board, delicious buffet and drinks available on arrival at the ship, excellent food and service friendly staff throughout the cruise, “all inclusive really was just that” even the soap powder was free in the laundry. The disembarkation was stress free and they even included drinks while waiting to leave the ship. Altogether a memorable enjoyable...

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The Rhine, Main and Moselle
By Heather Lockwood on 30 May 2018
Saga Group | Amadeus Provence Reviews

This ship was not up to Saga’s usual standings. The vegetarian options were limited: pasta for both lunch and dinner on one day; insufficient protein; no Quorn. Orange juice, marmalade and prunes had run out in 3/4 days, though the first and last reappeared in the second week. The majority of the milk jugs were chipped, the spoons for soup were table spoons and the only spoons for deserts were desert spoons when tea spoons...

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Murder mystery in the Caribbean
By Raymond Tompsett on 02 March 2018
Saga Group | Saga Sapphire Reviews

Everything about the cruise was perfect, from exceptional service to superb food. The daytime activities on board were many and varied, and the cruise staff were charming and helpful. However, the evening entertainment was awful. I am sick of hearing “Fran Sinatra soundalikes”, classical guitar, opera, piano (more like a lesson than entertainment) and other lacklustre performances. By far the best entertainment was the young singers and dancers of the Dynamic company. I know Saga...

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