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1-10 of 517 Cruise to Nowhere Cruise Reviews

Very Disorganized

Review for Norwegian Breakaway to Cruise to Nowhere

wayne098 avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

I thought this would be the most pleasureable cruise to take.. Boy was I wrong!! Terrible, Terrible, Terrible This cruise was done on the last ship (Breakaway) before the corona virus shut down. Crew served the food at buffet. (Another princess druise was found to have 21 cases of corona virus. 19 of 21 infected were crew members not passengers. But the crew was instructed tofeed ...
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Sail Date: March 2020

Cabin Type: Inside Stateroom

Pure indulgence

Review for Jasmine to Cruise to Nowhere

Food morning Vietnam avatar

Food morning Vietnam

2-5 Cruises

Age 30s

This cruise ship went beyond my expectations the food which by the way is out of this world, the day trips were amazing, our activities included floating villages, exploring caves and water activities as well as a visit to a pearl farm we had the two night cruise highly recommend this company the rooms were beautiful not to mention the scenery. Our staff were very professional, warm and engaging ...
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Sail Date: November 2019

Victoria Sophia on yanktze

Review for Victoria Sophia to Cruise to Nowhere

sieger5 avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

Hot box cabin suite 434 We upgraded to suite number 434 paying heaps more to upgrade and air conditioning is non existent. Requested many times for room to be cooler given air fan in room with ice blocks. unacceptable . Cooler outside than in the room at night. This tour was with TAD November 2019. Staff are really good .. food was nice. Scenery not bad . Room size ...
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Sail Date: October 2019

Pretty ship for a weekend away

Review for Pacific Explorer to Cruise to Nowhere

ELep avatar


2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

We picked this for a cheapie weekend away, and to check out Pacific Explorer having traveled on Carnival Spirit twice for a total of 17 nights and RCI Voyager OTS for 9 nights. We have always had balconies and will continue to book them for longer cruises but as this was a shortie we decided to check out an ocean view stateroom instead. Lots of groups on board celebrating milestone birthdays, ...
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Sail Date: March 2019

A nice short comedy cruise

Review for Pacific Explorer to Cruise to Nowhere

DarylD avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

I have not previously done a short cruise so when the price and timing worked in with our life we booked around 5 weeks from sailing in a twin berth ocean view level 8 right near the back. Embarkation Not sure why but they started a bit late but it was quite smooth once it got going, before getting on I had a good look at where our cabin was (we only found out days before) so when I got on I ...
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Sail Date: February 2019

A Cruise to Nowhere but Still a Trip!

Review for Norwegian Bliss to Cruise to Nowhere

HappytravellerYVR avatar


6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

So just a heads up - we won this cruise and it originally was supposed to go out to sea and then back. We were told that due to Port Laws it couldn’t do that but there is some question as to whether that was the fact or if the number of indivduals who requested day passes made it non-viable to go anywhere. At first we were not really impressed with this as we could not get off of the ship and ...
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Sail Date: May 2018

Cabin Type: Mid-ship Balcony Stateroom


Review for Pacific Explorer to Cruise to Nowhere

Diana Sawyer avatar

Diana Sawyer

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

It was our wedding anniversary so we thought a short cruise would be a good way to celebrate. We had been on a P&O cruise before and so had high hopes about eveerything. Sadly we were very disappointed this time. Embarkation was pretty easy. No problems there. On board the ship there was a very unpleasant smell in some areas, like sewerage. Our room was small but ok as we only needed to ...
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Sail Date: February 2018

Very small ship that is dated

Review for Astor to Cruise to Nowhere

wiljam1968 avatar


10+ Cruises

Age 50s

My wife and I booked a night on the Astor to see what it is like as living in Perth there are few cruises to choose from. I cannot give a view on actual cruising on the ship as it was an in port celebration, so we didn’t actually leave the dock. I have also been on around 13 cruises with Royal Caribbean, Princess Cruises and Celebrity. The ship is small, built in the 80's and is getting ...
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Sail Date: January 2018

Poor customer service

Review for Magellan to Cruise to Nowhere

Sharon50 avatar


10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Having cruised numerous times but never with Cruise and Maritime, we decided to try the overnight Christmas party night. The embarkation from Tilbury was excellent and quick. The cabin was standard and clean. The food and service in the restaurant was good. However, our reason for writing this review is as a warning to other passengers. The following morning we left our luggage in the ...
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Sail Date: December 2017

Foam party was my highlight

Review for MSC Sinfonia to Cruise to Nowhere

Ronette26 avatar


First Time Cruiser

Age 30s

firstly, the cruise to nowhere was nice and relaxing but the time on board was to short, the trip says 3 days and 2 nights but we didn't spend 3 days, on Monday we had to leave the ship at 8. the 11 deck food not so good, the place smells bad. the crockery was also dirty. the cabins are ok the food on the 5 deck was lovely. the dinner portions are very small the soups was ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Oceanview Stateroom

Traveled with children

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