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Azura ship review

January 18th, 2017 by Natasha Harvey

Saga Sapphire ship review

December 14th, 2016 by Matthew Bayford

MSC Splendida ship review

December 7th, 2016 by Natasha Harvey

Date: 14th September 2016

Reason for being on board: Ship visit

Who are you?  Diane Dickinson, Sales Consultant at Ocean World Travel

Name of the ship: MSC Splendida

Cruise line: MSC Cruises

MSC Splendida ship review


  • CREW MEMBERS: 1,370
  • NUMBER OF CABINS: 1,636 inc. 43 for guests with reduced mobility
  • ENTERED SERVICE: March 2009
  • GROSS TONS: 137,936


MSC Splendida ship review

Food: Authentic Mediterranean.

Entertainment: Various restaurants and bars along with a nightclub, Bowling Alley, 4D cinema, theatre and casino.


Facilities: Multiple pools, gym and spa, various restaurants and bars, theatre, casino and nightclub. There is also a children’s club.

Cabins: Very spacious and modern.

Type of decor: Modern.

Courtesy of the staff: Excellent, the staff could not do enough to help.

What did you like most of this ship?: The Yacht Club which is very luxurious.

What did you like least of this ship? Hard to say as I thought everything on this ship was amazing but for me it would be the food. This is purely based on what they served us that day and I can say that everyone else thought the food was excellent.

Sapphire ship review

December 5th, 2016 by Matthew Bayford

Azura ship review

November 1st, 2016 by Natasha Harvey

Saga Sapphire review

October 25th, 2016 by Francesca Bandini


Saga Sapphire review pool                                             

Date: 24/10/2016 

Reason for being on board: ship visit

Who are you?  Charlotte Nelson, sales manager at Ocean World Travel

Name of the ship: Sapphire

Cruise line: Saga

Saga Sapphire - a nice ship

Food: Excellent 

Entertainment: Average, medium sized Britannia lounge.

Saga Sapphire review entertainment

Facilities: Spa, chess boards, card room, fitness classes and gym.


Cabins: Very spacious, lovely modern bathrooms.


Type of décor: Modern, neutral colours. 

Saga Sapphire review restaurant

Courtesy of the staff: Polite, friendly, very happy and you feel like they are one big family.

What did you like the most of this ship? 
The food was outstanding and the cabins are of an excellent size, I loved that some of the cabins offer a butler service and that Wine or beers is included during lunch or dinner.

Saga Sapphire review restaurant

What did you like the least of this ship?
 I didn’t like the gym this was very small and I didn’t like the cabins overlooking the restaurant as these feel very exposed.





  • GROSS TONS  37,300


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Britannia ship review

July 6th, 2016 by admin

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Marina ship review

July 6th, 2016 by admin

Marina ship review: a fantastic six course meal!

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