Greek Island Cruise
Roy Beaver | October 30, 2013 | P&O Cruises | Ventura
Another relaxing cruise with P & O. In our opinion the British offer takes some beating.
Some of the furniture in the public areas and cabin is a little weathered, and the once elegant Red Bar and atrium looks a bit like a once nice cafeteria because elegant soft furnishings have been removed and elegant furniture not replaced with similar.
Excellent food quality and service provide in all the venues.Glasshouse and Beach House make a nice alternative to dining in the main restaurants for a change.
Entertainment was varied and good with Headliners Theatre Company providing a colourful and energetic series of performances.Perhaps a different show would be welcome for regular P & O guests.
Greek Islands is a nice destination, but would advise visiting outside the peak summer months as the small Islands can get crowded, and certainly in tender ports like Santorini, try to get off the ship as early as possible to avoid queues at the cable car.
Would recommend P &O for a well tried and tested service, although Embarkation is not as smooth as it once was.Try to turn up at the cruise terminal at your allocated boarding time if possible.
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