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Alle Urlauber. Klein aber fein, die Ocean Majesty. Auf unserer Reise waren wir ca. Schon etwas älter, aber mit sehr viel Charme.

Schiff mit Seele, Crew mit Herz. Über die Ausstattung des Schiffes wurde schon viel - auch Charmantes Kreuzfahrtschiff. Hochseeschiff vom Feinsten.

Wohl nicht gerade frisch vom Stapel, dafür umso nautischer und klassischer das Schiff und seine Architektur.

Auf 5 der insgesamt 9 Decks stehen dem Passagier grosszügige Freidecks zur Verfügung, sowohl seitlich wie auch vorne und achtern. Um den Pool ist der Lidogarten angelegt, besonders an Ausgezeichnete und interessante Reise.

Eine Traumreise ,. Noch ein richtiges Schiff, kein Kasten auf dem Wasser , Überschaubar, sauber , gepflegt , sehr persönlich die Crew freundlich, sehr hilfsbereit , hat behinderten Personen das Essen an den Tisch gebracht.

Leider etwas älteres Publikum sind selbst They seemed to belong to a dwindling band of middle class British holidaymaker, where old fashioned values are thankfully still important and most rigidly adhered to.

Even the quizzes evoked their background K is the symbol for which element? So like most Brits we made the most of it despite the poor weather, maybe the infrastrure both in respect of entertainment and leisure this boat has the smallest gym - on the ocean?

I have seen. The Sun deck and pool area were hardly used due to the weather. They were small and I can't comment how they would handle demand in better weather.

Many of the cruisers were very infirm and had mobility problems. All this was on a ship that was most certainly not designed for those less mobile than average.

VALUE There is much better value to be had elsewhere, in my opinion for food, certainly, and for facilities. The fact is that the ship enjoys a faithful following.

It is not for me, and I will not be choosing this type of cruise for 30 years or so if ever. BUT who an I to doubt their choice, a lot of the guests seemed to genuinely enjoy themselves.

Fowey in Cornwall was very picture postcard pretty. The ship is old and small but in immaculate condition and spotlessly clean. The food in the Lido Buffet for breakfast and lunch is well cooked and well served and there's plenty of choice.

Dinner in the restaurant is a pleasure, with attentive staff and lovely food. We loved the entertainment, but this is a very personal view and we accept that other people may have a different view.

In praise of Ocean Majesty DAY 1 We arrived a Harwich in good time, parked the car and tipped the porter who took our cases out of the boot. We stood to allow an elderly couple to sit and the doors to passport control etc.

The whole process took less than ten minutes, including being shown to our cabin, and we were sitting in the Majestic Lounge with a beer.

I was greeted by name by the barman, Alex even though it was two years since we were last on Ocean Majesty.

A late lunch is provided in the Lido Buffet, but since we were not hungry we spent time on deck instead.

Lifeboat drill went smoothly and we showered and changed for second sitting dinner then listened to music in the lounge before descending to the restaurant the only drawback on the ship, the restaurant has no windows.

He speaks to every table at both sittings, asking if everything is OK and giving bits of information about the following day.

We always choose a table for six or eight and introduced ourselves to our dining companions. Our waiter, his assistant and our wine waiter introduced themselves and were attentive and amusing.

Two of our little group were vegetarian and were provided with an alternative menu, which changed daily. This is a small ship and while the choice of dishes may not be extensive, the food was always of good quality and always the correct temperature.

Being second sitting we were not at all rushed in the restaurant and were always offered a second or even third cup of coffee.

The Hosts and Hostesses Show was a lovely introduction to the people who would be entertaining us for nearly three weeks and we were very impressed.

Was invited to dance by Craig, young and gorgeous, yes, I know the entertainment staff are paid to dance with fat middle aged women, but it was still fun!

Things were looking up on the entertainment front! DAY 2. At sea. Breakfast in the Lido Buffet, on deck. Wide variety of food to suit every taste but need to eat hot food first unless you want to queue up twice.

Waiters were very helpful in finding a table and I was greeted by name again. He was very easy to listen to and very informative. Very pleasant.

Cocktails are plentiful and beautifully presented. Show lounge in the evening again. DAY 3. Apparently we were the first cruise ship to visit Floro, a really pretty place with lovely people who had made an effort to make us welcome, even putting extra staff in the Tourist Information office and closing the main street to traffic.

We were given a map detailing recommended walks before going ashore and since it was a lovely day, off we went. Norway seems less expensive than it used to — I think UK has caught up!

Floro being a very small place, returning to the ship for lunch was not a problem and we ate on deck in the sunshine. The afternoon was spent on another walk, where we saw a lot of birds, which we were able to identify thanks to Peter.

We returned to the ship for afternoon tea, where we met Bernard, the best waiter on any cruise ship, anywhere, who had been our waiter on our previous cruise.

Are you spotting a pattern here? Only about two dozen attended, so we had a lovely party. DAY 4. Long story short, the bus broke down so we walked anyway.

Enjoyed a beer on deck before a short walk along the quay prior to changing for dinner. Apparently it was a really good show with young Craig performing a Ricky Martin set which raised the temperature a bit.

DAY 5. Loads to do. Scenery and weather great. Saw killer whales at breakfast time. Formal night. Did I say what a friendly ship this is?

Honningsvag for the North Cape. We had booked the excursion to the North Cape as we had only been much later in the year and wanted to see the difference in June.

Not disappointed, there was still plenty of ice and snow around. We stood on the edge of Europe at about The weather had closed in a bit by now and since we had sailed round the North Cape in beautiful sunshine a few years ago, we decided to go to bed.

Day 7. Lots to do on board. He is such a showman and kept us entertained for far longer than advertised. Needed nap after lunch! Day 8. Longyearbyen, Svalbard.

A shuttle bus was organised into town, but we walked as it was not far. My husband had a business contact there so we met her for coffee and she drove us as far out of town as the road goes and then on a short tour before taking us back to the ship.

QE2 was at anchor and it was lovely to see her on what was probably her last visit so far north. She made a good picture with the snow clad mountains in the background.

We only felt a bit superior that the Cunard customers had to queue for their tenders while we could walk straight on board.

Magdalena Fjord. A magical experience, even if it was very cold and a bit snowy. The colour of the glaciers was magnificent.

We saw seals and walrus in the water and on the ice, and loads of birds which Peter was happy to identify for us. On leaving the fjord we turned north and cruised to the edge of the ice sheet — well in view of it, which was another first for us.

DAY 8 Ny Alesund. A very remote place and polar research centre with units from all over the world. We were given a route map and warned not to leave the designated walk ways and to beware of the arctic terns who are quite aggressive when nesting.

We returned to the ship and my husband went on deck while I went to warm up and listen to Mark playing guitar and singing in the lounge. I had only been inside a few minutes when said husband came down to say there were whales passing the ship and I should go and look.

The whales in question were belugas and there appeared to be dozens, if not hundreds, of them. They were going up the fjord to feed and took over an hour to pass the ship.

What an amazing experience! DAY 9. DAY It was only a short walk from the ship and with its three tame rescued seals and seal tunnel was definitely worth the visit.

We elected to save the trip to the Arctic Cathedral and up the mountain for next time and had a leisurely stroll round town. DAY 11 At sea. Lofoten Islands.

A lovely day to drive across Veservagoy to the museum and well worth it when we got there. The Viking longhouse is a complete reconstruction by the side of the original archaeological site and the guide made us very welcome and said we could touch or try anything since it was all new, but built to the original specification.

The visit was timed very well and we boarded the bus for the journey back via a fishing village and a stave church.

The guide was knowledgeable, witty and very friendly. Another lovely day in an attractive small town at the end of a railway track. In the afternoon a short sail to Molde to spend the afternoon and early evening there.

Yet another beautiful town, with a lot of interesting features including a Folk Museum in a park. Free entry to the park, but nominal charge for entry to the buildings of the museum.

Also nice coffee shop. Walked back to the ship through the shops. Unfortunately shops close early in Norway so unable to buy anything. DAY 14 At sea.

DAY 15 Bergen. Unfortunately Ventura was also in port, so Bergen was more crowded than usual. We waited about ten minutes for the funicular up Mount Floyen but once at the top station we walked a few hundred yards and we were away from the other tourists.

It is very beautiful on Mount Floyen with lakes and trees and loads of birds and wildlife. We came very close to a red squirrel who looked at us then ran off.

We must have been on a squirrel highway! After a long walk we reached a refreshment kiosk and bought ice creams and bottles of water and decided to miss lunch and return to the ship for afternoon tea.

On the way down to the station we met a marching band on the way up — no idea why. Passengers from Ventura were worrying about missing their booked slot for lunch — so much for freedom dining!

We finished our day with a stroll along the Bryggen and a little more shopping. Again lots to do.

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We enjoyed it so much, it was clean, the staff were fantastic people. There were people that had travelled year in year out on the lovely old ship.

The food was great, the entertainment was good, we couldn't have asked for more from a small ship and it was so cheap too. We tried to go again but our booking date was changed and we couldn't go.

I would love to go again but am alone now. We have recently returned from the final cruise on Ocean Majesty sailing from Souhampton calling at Vigo, Lisbon, Valencia and Barcelona.

Whilst I would agree that the ship is old, we had no problem with the cleanliness on board. Our cabin was kept spotless, sheets etc.

We had our evening meal at second sitting and found the choice of food excellent, well presented by our Waiter and assistant.

If your meal was not to your liking there was no problem in having it changed. We took our other meals in the Lido Buffet and again there was always plenty to choose from.

Staff from the top down to the cleaners were always polite and nothing was too much trouble. The entertainment team were the best we have seen and we have done 5 cruises on this ship costumes were excellent.

Had the ship not being taken out of service with Page and Moy we would certainly have considered taking another cruise. My final comment would be that I am pleased that Mr.

Bennett was not on our table as I feel we would have had to endure an endless list of complaints. We were travelling on the Ocean Majesty for the second time with some friends who were on their first cruise.

Check in at the car park at Harwich could not have been easier and the shuttle bus took us immediately to the check in area.

Unfortunately the ship had been delayed at sea so our departure time had been put back 4 hours we had been informed of this delay the day before but we were well looked after and given refreshments paid for by Page and Moy until the ship was ready for us.

Ocean Majesty is a well loved ship and the staff work hard to keep her in tip top condition despite her age and she was clean and fresh in all areas.

Our cabin was very comfortable and our steward Alexander could not have been more helpful. He looked after us very well and was a pleasure to know.

The restaurant staff were first class as was the food. We are sorry we will not be able to sail on Ocean Majesty again because we and our friends thoroughly enjoyed our cruise to the Norwegian Fjords as we understand she is not to be used by Page and Moy next year.

We would be happy to sail on her again if she was not going to be retired. We to had rain but won't blame Page and Moy for the weather.

On sunny days we had plenty of room to relax on the sun deck. I have to say that Joe Bennet's comments say almost everything about this ship.

We sailed to the Arctic Circle in this old tub and believe me it really rocked and rolled all the way up and all the way down. Surely Page and Moy must have realised that a more substantive ship was desirable for their clients comfort.

Perhaps the number of complaints has at last hit home to them because this is the last year that they will be using this old tub. The cost of this holiday was halved a short while before the sailing date but were the full fare paying clients offered a free up grade?

NO we were most certainly not. So much for their concern and consideration for current clients. On this trip we even had people who cheated in the 6 times daily quizes!!!!!!!

Even your fellow passengers end up ripping you off. Are they the regulars who know the system? Don't bother complaining to the company because if unfortunately you are successful you will just get vouchers to use on another Page and Moy holiday.

Do you really want to spend a further substantial amount of money to have another similar experience. The weather throughout was awful, save a couple of dry days, but I hope that this will not flavour my review negatively.

Perhaps beacause of the weather, too much of my attention was place on the ship's facilities, but I will try to be objective.

Everthing about the ship was just about acceptable overall, but I will highlight areas were they were not acceptable and areas were they were good.

Nothing about the ship would I describe as excellent. The average age on this particular voyage was 77 I was told by a fellow passenger who I have no reason to doubt.

I can quite believe this as my own observation may have put the average higher. So this review is from a relatively 'young' traveller.

The decor throughtout is bland, and in the Lido dining area and bar not vey appealing and give the impression of a 50's canteen. Breakfast, Lunch may be taken in the Restaurant on Deck 3 or in the Lido self service area.

Dinner is always taken in the Main Restaurant windowless; on Deck 3, so not much roll in bad weather in two sittings.

FOOD The food was 'acceptable' edible , so I never really looked forward to a meal with great anticipation or enthusiasm.

There were also too many occassions when I sent food back for being too cold, both main courses and desserts. Yes the were reheated not replaced and it was almost as if the staff expected it to happen.

I add here that I am loath to complain unless it is absolutely correct to do so. The quality of the food, in my opinion, was not as good as it could have been.

In particular several guests made negative comments about the water quality at dinner, particularly on the first night.

I and several others commented that the breakfast cereal, eggs, bacon were not first quality, the self service tea area in the lido consistently ran out of tea and cups etc.

The breakfast milk, seemed to me, to be of the long life variety. This was a major shortcoming for me, in that I am very much a breakfast person.

STAFF, Syd the Maitre d' presided over matters with a sunny and smiling disposition and I feel his talents would be better appreciated on a more luxurious vessel.

Waiting staff were a bit rushed, I was 'mint sauced' and 'peppered' etc when I was just finishing or half way through my meals. There were better nights, particularly the Gala dinner evening, this was very good.

Drinks service at the bars were slow, the lounges were better. The Lido bar has one waitress who has turned avoiding eye contact into an Olympic event.

This is now a major issue on most cruises. The ship was not as vigilant as others in enforcing the use of hand wsh before entering eating areas.

Many times I saw people waltz past the cleansing station. This should have been enforced as vigorously as other lines manage the issue.

The show team were a talented group of young people, very pleasant on and off stage. The Ent Director also was very positive.

I felt they were hampered by a small production budget for costumes possibly? There were two Guest acts. Aiden Hervey a Comic? Who has been on prime time tv in the 70's?

He was telling very old jokes perhaps he thought these guests may not have remembered them and a Tom Jones impressionist, who was indisposed, so did not perform.

Port Lectures were excellent, very informative. The wine lecture was dry sorry and fairly boring even though the lecturer was obviously an expert.

Lots of quizzes and puzzles etc. The highlight for me was Chairobics I kid U not, and no I didn't take part This was seated exercise, suitable for ship clientele without being exhausting because of the potentially grave consequences.

I particularly enjoyed their wit, wisdom and energy in some of the many conversations I shared. They seemed to belong to a dwindling band of middle class British holidaymaker, where old fashioned values are thankfully still important and most rigidly adhered to.

Even the quizzes evoked their background K is the symbol for which element? So like most Brits we made the most of it despite the poor weather, maybe the infrastrure both in respect of entertainment and leisure this boat has the smallest gym - on the ocean?

I have seen. The Sun deck and pool area were hardly used due to the weather. They were small and I can't comment how they would handle demand in better weather.

Many of the cruisers were very infirm and had mobility problems. All this was on a ship that was most certainly not designed for those less mobile than average.

VALUE There is much better value to be had elsewhere, in my opinion for food, certainly, and for facilities. The fact is that the ship enjoys a faithful following.

It is not for me, and I will not be choosing this type of cruise for 30 years or so if ever. BUT who an I to doubt their choice, a lot of the guests seemed to genuinely enjoy themselves.

Fowey in Cornwall was very picture postcard pretty. The ship is old and small but in immaculate condition and spotlessly clean.

The food in the Lido Buffet for breakfast and lunch is well cooked and well served and there's plenty of choice. Dinner in the restaurant is a pleasure, with attentive staff and lovely food.

We loved the entertainment, but this is a very personal view and we accept that other people may have a different view. In praise of Ocean Majesty DAY 1 We arrived a Harwich in good time, parked the car and tipped the porter who took our cases out of the boot.

We stood to allow an elderly couple to sit and the doors to passport control etc. The whole process took less than ten minutes, including being shown to our cabin, and we were sitting in the Majestic Lounge with a beer.

I was greeted by name by the barman, Alex even though it was two years since we were last on Ocean Majesty. A late lunch is provided in the Lido Buffet, but since we were not hungry we spent time on deck instead.

Lifeboat drill went smoothly and we showered and changed for second sitting dinner then listened to music in the lounge before descending to the restaurant the only drawback on the ship, the restaurant has no windows.

He speaks to every table at both sittings, asking if everything is OK and giving bits of information about the following day. We always choose a table for six or eight and introduced ourselves to our dining companions.

Our waiter, his assistant and our wine waiter introduced themselves and were attentive and amusing. Two of our little group were vegetarian and were provided with an alternative menu, which changed daily.

This is a small ship and while the choice of dishes may not be extensive, the food was always of good quality and always the correct temperature.

Being second sitting we were not at all rushed in the restaurant and were always offered a second or even third cup of coffee. The Hosts and Hostesses Show was a lovely introduction to the people who would be entertaining us for nearly three weeks and we were very impressed.

Was invited to dance by Craig, young and gorgeous, yes, I know the entertainment staff are paid to dance with fat middle aged women, but it was still fun!

Things were looking up on the entertainment front! DAY 2. At sea. Breakfast in the Lido Buffet, on deck.

Wide variety of food to suit every taste but need to eat hot food first unless you want to queue up twice. Waiters were very helpful in finding a table and I was greeted by name again.

He was very easy to listen to and very informative. Very pleasant. Termin: Route: Hamburg Deutschland - Bremerhaven Deutschland. Route: Bremerhaven Deutschland - Genua Italien.

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We returned to the ship and my husband went on deck while I went to warm up and listen to Mark playing guitar and singing in the lounge. Erst Gezogene Lottozahl International Ships. Fahrgebiet: West-Europa. Preis pro Person. All cabins are equipped with air conditioning, shower, satellite TV, radio, safe. Das Problem wurde erkannt, ernst genommen und gelöst. Beste Spielothek in Brodau finden Reisen Reisen mit Hansa Touristik. Karibisches Flair im Ärmelkanal Die Ausflüge Die Bewohner der Balkonkabinen dürfen sich künftig nicht nur über mehr Privatsphäre auf dem Balkon freuen, sondern auch um einen Meerblick direkt vom Bett aus. Der massive Stahlrumpf pflügt immerhin seit 51 Jahren durch die Meere — zu Beginn der Schiffslaufbahn noch als Fähre zwischen dem spanischen Festland und den Balearen. Ocean Majesty Bewertung

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