Astoria

 - Ship Review Astoria

Astoria carries just 550 guests and provides guests with a very intimate cruise experience exclusively catered for adults. A traditional walk around promenade deck, a wide selection of very well appointed and comfortable public lounges and cabin accommodation spanning eight passenger decks serviced by two lifts can be found on board.

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Date: 14 November 2019
Line: Cruise & Maritime Voyages | Ship: Astoria

Title: Never Again Summary: This ship needs sinking. Broken glass, chipped crockery and very basic cleaning. The only outdoor seating area was with the smokers, no thank you. Food was basic and badly cooked. I am still waiting for a piece of broccoli that didn’t bend the fork when you tried to eat it. Staff unsmiling and unhelpful. I can’t even be bothered to list all the defects I am just glad to be home and NEVER travelling with...

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Date: 17 April 2019
Line: Cruise & Maritime Voyages | Ship: Astoria

Title: British isles Summary: It was with some trepidation we took a last minute deal on CMV. We have always (45 years) booked with P & O but the itinerary was something we’d always wanted to do. What a revelation, firstly very small ship, (oldest in the world) but after reasonably quick embarkation, we were on board. It was immaculate, very clean, small only 500 passengers. All very friendly, many of whom seemed to be re-booking future cruises! Staff...

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Date: 15 October 2018
Line: Cruise & Maritime Voyages | Ship: Astoria

Title: Relaxing break Astoria August 31st – 3rd September Summary: I embarked Astoria in Poole, not the best-located cruise port I have been to other Astoria cruises depart from Portsmouth which is a better location check-in was very quick and efficient there is a shuttle bus from terminal to ship once on board soon found my cabin 519 promenade deck very clean tidy though there are no dressing tables in these cabins and if you need to charge anything you have to use socket in...

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