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Thomson Majesty - The Cruise Frim Hell.

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  • Couch, BURNLEY - Commented on this review

    From your review I can't help thinking that you went on it just to whinge, was there any good points at all? There isn't a good word at all, as it seems very unbalanced, there must have been something acceptable?

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    • Wylie, Swindon Commented on a comment by Couch (14 May 12 20:28)

      Maybe there wasn't anything good. If a cruise has no redeeming features why look for some just in the interest of a 'balanced review'? This 'make the best out of a bad situation' attitude never fails to amuse me with the Brits on cruises. Americans or Germans don't stand for poor service in anything and they certainly wouldn't have vessels such as this sailing from their shores. It's precisely because so many people put up with rubbish that companies such as Thomson get away selling it. I appreciate reviews that don't pull any punches and the detail in it makes it reliable.

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      • mcgeown, LOUGHBOROUGH Commented on a comment by Wylie (14 May 12 20:51)

        I am sailing on June 1st and will post an honest opinion when I get back should that be good or bad this cruise has cost alot of money . I havnt cruised Thomson before but I do know what I expect for my money so I hope things improve before we go . I hope many more recent cruisers will also post reviews . Thanks for taking the time Coulter.

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        • Round, Jarrow Commented on a comment by mcgeown (15 May 12 13:00)

          I go on the cruise on the 15th 0f june so will welcome your comments.Jean (Newcastle ).

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          • llewellyn, ABERGAVENNY Commented on a comment by Round (15 May 12 21:15)

            Also going on June 15th our first cruise allison wales.

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            • round, Jarrow Commented on a comment by llewellyn (16 May 12 10:50)

              Will look you up and have a drink either to celebrate or commiserate.

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              • Sharpe, KEIGHLEY Commented on a comment by round (17 May 12 13:58)

                Also on the 15th June to celebrate a special birthday.

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                • llewellyn, ABERGAVENNY Commented on a comment by Sharpe (18 May 12 21:59)

                  Looking foreward to meeting for a drink ,what is your special birthday or should i not ask.

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                  • Corstorphine, Leven Commented on a comment by llewellyn (18 May 12 22:45)

                    Did anyone do excursions? Did you use Thomsons or diy? Where are best ports for using HOHO buses?

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                  • Ann, HALESOWEN Commented on a comment by mcgeown (16 May 12 12:06)

                    Will also post honest opinion, leaving on 25th May, going with open mind because if you took notice of every review you wouldnt leave home! Really think Thomson should have taken time for the changeover, it was obvious that there would be considerable disruption to both the last Destiny cruise and the first Majesty. Hope mine lives up to the great times we've had on Celebration and Dream.

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