Caribbean – Feb 2018
Bob & Yvonne Stone | August 15, 2018 | Royal Caribbean International | Grandeur of the Seas
This was our third Royal Caribbean cruise and the standard across all three ships was similar.
We like this size of ship, around 2000 passengers, as it is not too large to get lost and you can meet up with newly made friends easily. Also you can become acquainted with crew and engage in conversation as the numbers are relatively low.
The food was available in a number of places including – The Windjammer an adequate help yourself format – The Great Gatsby Restaurant was good quality and selection, and the waiter staff very pleasant.
Entertainment was mostly fine – you should not expect West End stars on a cruise – and served to fill time when at sea or of an evening. The dance classes, quizzes and game shows can be fun but be selective as so much depends on fellow passengers!
Prices on board are keen, but then that is so for all cruises as you are a captive audience.
MV Arvia MED 14th May – 28th May 2023
This cruise was our 19th with both Bolsover Cruise Club and P&O, Arvia is a nice ship but with 5,400… Read more
Baltic cruise with friends
We normally sail P&O but our friends wanted to take on celebrity. We sailed from Southampton and embarkation was easy… Read more
A memorable experience
Just returned from a fabulous two weeks on Arvia sailing to the Med. The ship is beautiful in every respect… Read more
The best of the best
We have cruised for many years with Cunard, P&O, Celebrity, Princess, Regent and Viking. Our cruise on the Silversea Moon… Read more
Med Cruise Arvia
Not the best cruise i have been on to may things going against the older generation of people who have… Read more