Cruise Search


Search
Wilba - Answered a Question by Mr Loftus (29 Mar 13 07:11)

Pro's: 1000+ less people, no queuing for theatre, ice rink tickets, Windjammer...........Cons: No Flowrider, no Baby Splash Pool, ship is older than IOS............Wilba.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Tait - replied to Wilba (29 Mar 13 15:17)

So going bye your answer is the theatre,ice rink & windjammer the same size.Is the Royal Promenade not as long???......Jim.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Wilba - replied to Tait (29 Mar 13 15:50)

If you check out the deck plans of Voyager Class to Freedom class ships, logistically there is very little difference in size of the WJ, Royal Prom, ice rink etc., but they have to cater for vastly increased passenger numbers. I have been on 5 Voyager Class cruises, Navigator & Mariner and never queued once for ice show tickets, never needed to get to the theatre early, never had problems finding a table in the WJ..........Need I say more..........Wilba.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Tait - replied to Wilba (29 Mar 13 16:18)

Thanks for that we are on the Adventure this September looking forward to it even more now.....Cheers ..Jim.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Smith - replied to Wilba (29 Mar 13 18:33)

Thank you for that Malcolm, we are booked on our first RC cruise after 12yrs of using other cruise lines. It is useful to have that confidence before we set sail.#Keep up the good work!!

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Wilba - replied to Smith (29 Mar 13 21:23)

Malcolm?????????

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Nicola Milligan's blog

Calling all Small Ship Lovers.

By Nicola Milligan

Cast your mind back to 2015. and the sad news when P & O told us that the much loved 710 passenger adult only ship ADONIA was leaving their fleet.Lots of the small ship lovers were devastated as so many huge new ships were coming onto the market leaving a vast hole for the smaller more intimate ships.We were told she was joining Fathom Cruises a line that enables guests to do something good to help out poorer countries. So Volunteers through tourism can help locals learn English and build...

Read More

Dec 05 2016 09:25PM


Mans best friend

By Annika Pickering

Annika Pickering's blog

Hello again from frosty Yorkshire!Anyone who knows me , knows that I absolutely adore dogs. I have three dogs, Tilly, Oscar and Teddy and I love them all. Oscar hobbles around on three legs and Teddy is stone deaf, so Tilly looks after them both and she’s the little bossy madam!Another thing I love though, is going on holiday, and I know some people who either don’t go on holiday or only go away in the UK because they just can’t bear to leave their little pooches behind. Not...

Read More

Dec 05 2016 11:24AM

2018 looking good for Princess...

By Trevor Smith

Trevor Smith's blog

Last month Princess Cruises announced its summer European plans for the upcoming 2018 season. The cruise line will have 5 ships based in European waters for the 2018 season.The major change is that the Sapphire Princess will be comimg over from the Far East to Europe for the first time, I think this is to make way for the new Majestic Princess that will be in Asia from May next year.With 57 unique itineraries, visiting 35 countries in Europe this opens open a few more new options for Princess...

Read More

Dec 07 2016 10:51PM