• Write a Review
  • Boards
  • Log In
Cape Town to Africa Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews
0
Cruiser Rating
3.6
Average
113 reviews
Most helpful review
50th ANNIVERSARY DREAM TRIP A BUST
"We were going to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary and my wife's birthday. Also a bucket list item to africa. We were told and read that regent was the "gold standard" for cruise lines. The cost was over the..."Read More
lahakaae avatar

lahakaae

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Filters

1-10 of 113 Cape Town to Africa Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews


$100 million upgrade and $0 spent on Officers and Captain Pinonchio

Review for Norwegian Spirit to Africa

swimboy09 avatar

swimboy09

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

NCL knew before the Dubai leg of this trip to Cape Town took place , that the Corona Virus would prevent us reaching any ports other than the UAE. and one of them was awful. The Captain did not communicate any useful information to us and on several occasions told lies about what was to take place at each port of call. This is by far the worse cruise we have ever taken on NCL (This was our ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2020

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Mid-Ship Inside

32 Helpful Votes


A voyage of disasters

Review for Boudicca to Africa

HRJEN avatar

HRJEN

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Background: We had booked a 14-day fly/cruise package directly through Fred Olsen leaving from Cape Town, visiting Port Elizabeth, Richard’s Bay, Mayotte, Madagascar and the Seychelles. Flights: Instead of the direct flight we were supposed to have, we had to go through Johannesburg, collect our luggage, go through customs, re-check our luggage, change terminals and take another flight to ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Balcony Suite

13 Helpful Votes


Seabourn Still Struggling with experienced staff; some real service issues

Review for Seabourn Sojourn to Africa

Love Sea Days avatar

Love Sea Days

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We were on board for 36 days and had some really great crew members, but serious issues with many the didn’t have a clue what they were doing and some just plain overwhelmed. Our cabin stewardess was the worst I have had in 40 YEARS of cruising...clearly overwhelmed, everyday her service cart was the last to leave the passageway....where are the supervisiors to help with the proper training and ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Veranda Suite

10 Helpful Votes


Our first cruise and what an experience!

Review for MSC Musica to Africa

ritterm avatar

ritterm

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

It was our first cruise and what an experience it was! We specifically want a cruise from Cape Town (no need to fly to Durban) and a cruise to Walvisbaai and one with a theme - Bokradio with it's shows was spot on! Me and my husband went on our own (25th anniversary treat), but meet two nice couples while waiting to board and they made the cruise extra special, especially our shore excursion in ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Interior Stateroom


Nice Ship but Far From Perfect

Review for Seabourn Sojourn to Africa

warrenhickson avatar

warrenhickson

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

Having cruised on larger ships (Cunard & Celebrity), we decided to try a luxury, mid-size ship and booked the Seabourn Sojourn for its 20 night cruise from Cape Town to the Maldives. On the plus side: 1) Our embarkation and disembarkation were managed efficiently. 1) The verandah cabin was a pleasant surprise - spacious with heaps of hanging/drawer space and an enormous modern bathroom. ...
Read More

Sail Date: March 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

32 Helpful Votes


Interesting but nothing made me want to return to Cunard exclusiviely

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Africa

elizabethcruiser avatar

elizabethcruiser

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Chose this cruise as it meant i did not have to fly home after visiting South Africa. Embarkation was very good in Capetown, Cabin seemed a bit smaller than other lines (balcony). Very impressed with all the seating areas that were available and they were not closed for half the day.for art auctions. Did expect a bigger menu range at the dining room, and did find the gravy on what seemed all ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Balcony

27 Helpful Votes


Once in a life time experience

Review for MSC Musica to Africa

farroutpaternoster avatar

farroutpaternoster

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

This was our first cruise in our lives. In a way we were very impressed but looking deeper under the surface MSC has lots of space to improve their service delivery. Very well aware of fact that this point is most likely not MSC Musica's responsibility but need to be said that waiting for approx 3-4 hours in a queue to go on board without any seating nor refreshments or clean toilet ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom


First Time Cruiser with MSC

Review for MSC Musica to Africa

Naeemah avatar

Naeemah

First Time Cruiser

Age 20s

I embarked from Cape Town and unfortunately had a bit of a tough time with the weather so our cruise was delayed by two days. This however is not anyone's fault and totally understand MSC's reasoning for not embarking on the 24th. We only embarked the 26th January. Embarkation is a very long and tedious process. The waiting before going on board is crazy and very tiring. The ship is so ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston


Boring cruise and food. Ice cream machine was the highlight..

Review for Queen Elizabeth to Africa

trijamis avatar

trijamis

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Ship was top notch but passenger atmosphere was lacking. Cruise dedicated to older seniors and ship was more like a retirement village with the entertainment to suit this demographic. Definitely not suited to a single traveler even though I am older. Things did improve when Australians embarked in Fremantle. I did not eat at the Brittanica Restaurant because I prefer to eat when I feel like it and ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Oceanview

2 Helpful Votes


Not suitable for back to back cruisers

Review for MSC Musica to Africa

Saxton97 avatar

Saxton97

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

We chose this cruise departing on 20th January as it was advertised in the UK and looked interesting visiting different places in South Africa, along with Namibia and Mozambique. Embarking was the worst we have ever experienced, no guidance or help. Cabin 11171 was good and roomy, no issues there! Namibia ended up being the only port of call on the 12 day trip that was there on the correct day ...
Read More

Sail Date: January 2019

Departure Port: Galveston

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom


Find an Africa Cruise from AU$358

Want to cruise smarter?
Get expert advice, insider tips and more.
By proceeding, you agree to Cruise Critic’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.