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By Lesley Millward - Aug 28 2015 11:30AM
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Originally built as a world cruiser, Black Watch features a large number of balcony cabins and suites and accommodates 800 passengers in space and comfort. After a day in port, or enjoying some of the activities available on board, the focus of the evening is dinner, followed by live entertainment. The Braemar Garden Cafe is the place for informal dining, as an alternative to the impressive main restaurant, Glentanar. Great cuisine's one of the highlights of their cruises. Every evening there are performances in the main Neptune Lounge, with a further show in the Lido Lounge, so your time on board is just as much fun as your time exploring ashore.
Overview: Black Watchis a comfortable but not luxurious ship best suited to the older traveler who wants a British cruise environment, wearing relatively formal attire. Cruises are well organized, with interesting itineraries and free shuttle buses in many ports of call....
By Nester, Rossendale on Jul 13 2015 04:56PM
So where do you stand on the big ship v small ship issue? I have been fortunate to do both over the years, but there is no doubt there are differences. I have been with Fred Olsen a couple of times before, and your fellow passengers are of the more senior variety. Some share life experiences with you, and that can be life enriching, but you have to accept that cruising with Fred Oldsen (deliberate spelling error) means that you aren't going to be falling over bodies at the midnight disco. If your preference is for Royal Caribbean, NCL or Carnival, FO may not be for you. But if you are a P & O cruiser or a Cunarder you might find the ambience to your liking. The ambience is a key...
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