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71 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Perth

71 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Perth (Fremantle)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Perth (Fremantle)
  • Day 2
    Geraldton
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Broome
  • Day 6
    Broome
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Bali
  • Day 9
    Lombok
  • Day 10
    Cruising
  • Day 11
    Semarang
  • Day 12
    Cruising
  • Day 13
    Singapore
  • Day 14
    Cruising
  • Day 15
    Cruising
  • Day 16
    Kota Kinabalu
  • Day 17
    Sandakan
  • Day 18
    Cruising
  • Day 19
    Cruising
  • Day 20
    Phu My
  • Day 21
    Cruising
  • Day 22
    Koh Samui
  • Day 23
    Sihanoukville
  • Day 24
    Bangkok (Laem Chabang)
  • Day 25
    Cruising
  • Day 26
    Cruising
  • Day 27
    Singapore
  • Day 28
    Cruising
  • Day 29
    Penang
  • Day 30
    Phuket
  • Day 31
    Cruising
  • Day 32
    Cruising
  • Day 33
    Cruising
  • Day 34
    Colombo
  • Day 35
    Cruising
  • Day 36
    Kochi (Cochin)
  • Day 37
    Cruising
  • Day 38
    Mumbai (Bombay)
  • Day 39
    Cruising
  • Day 40
    Cruising
  • Day 41
    Cruising
  • Day 42
    Salalah
  • Day 43
    Cruising
  • Day 44
    Cruising
  • Day 45
    Cruising
  • Day 46
    Cruising
  • Day 47
    Safaga
  • Day 48
    Aqaba (Petra)
  • Day 49
    Cruising
  • Day 50
    Suez Canal
  • Day 51
    Jerusalem (Ashdod)
  • Day 52
    Limassol
  • Day 53
    Cruising
  • Day 54
    Mykonos
  • Day 54
    Santorini
  • Day 55
    Athens (Piraeus)
  • Day 56
    Cruising
  • Day 57
    Malta (Valletta)
  • Day 58
    Cruising (Messina Strait)
  • Day 58
    Taormina (Messina)
  • Day 59
    Palermo (Sicily)
  • Day 60
    Naples
  • Day 61
    Rome (Civitavecchia)
  • Day 62
    Florence (Livorno)
  • Day 63
    Cannes
  • Day 64
    Barcelona
  • Day 65
    Cruising
  • Day 66
    Gibraltar
  • Day 67
    Casablanca
  • Day 68
    Cruising
  • Day 69
    Lisbon
  • Day 70
    Cruising
  • Day 71
    Cruising
  • Day 72
    London (Greenwich, Tower Bridge, Tilbury)

Vasco da Gama

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Cruise Reviews

15 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
We chose CMV for the itinerary that started in Singapore and ended in London 46 days later. The ship was a total delight - small but with many stylish lounges, a walk-around promenade deck, two sunny pools, and three free restaurant ... Read More
We chose CMV for the itinerary that started in Singapore and ended in London 46 days later. The ship was a total delight - small but with many stylish lounges, a walk-around promenade deck, two sunny pools, and three free restaurant choices in addition to the buffet. Our interior cabin 4117 was spacious, quiet, and very steady during windy portions of the trip. Since George and I enjoyed every day on board and would do this cruise again, suffice it to say we really liked the food, entertainments, spa services, reading lounges, cabin attendants, cruise directors, casino folks, craft classes, passenger choir, afternoon tea, the informative lectures, and so many other aspects of this cruise. The ambience was relaxed - like being home - rather than super luxe. That made the cruise restful. With many sea days, we were able to read some great books. How nice is that - cruising along and reading? We did not buy a beverage package and survived quite well on tea, coffee, water, and an occasional Schweppes Bitter Lemon over ice. Lovely cruise, lovely staff, a variety of cuisines, and at a good price. Thank you CMV!!! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
We choose this cruise to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. The ship was old and tired and leaked. Our cabin carpet was wet the whole cruise and I was sick the whole cruise. It was only when we disembarked that I got over the virus I ... Read More
We choose this cruise to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. The ship was old and tired and leaked. Our cabin carpet was wet the whole cruise and I was sick the whole cruise. It was only when we disembarked that I got over the virus I had the whole cruise. The ship needs a full refurbishment so that the hallways/rooms are not full of dryers trying to dry the smelly carpets the whole time. The dining experience was not good to start with but as it was a maiden voyage the staff needed time to find their way around the ship too. By the end of the cruise the meals were fine, all except the grill restaurant where you had to pay an additional charge. We went there twice thinking it might improve but it didn't. Don't waste your money there. The steaks were tough and dry. The entertainment was not good, the person who got the biggest crowds was the lecturer who outlined the ports and the history of where we were. The staff, all except the front desk, did their best but they seemed to have been thrown in the deep end with little support from their head office. Also the hand sanitizing on the ship was not enforced and I think this must also have had something to do with the very large number of sick people on this cruise. I would never cruise with CMV again. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
We chose this cruise because it was a repositioning cruise and the itinerary looked amazing. I normally only give good reviews or just not review at all, if the experience was bad. However, I want people to know about this. Some things you ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it was a repositioning cruise and the itinerary looked amazing. I normally only give good reviews or just not review at all, if the experience was bad. However, I want people to know about this. Some things you can not make a big deal about, others are unacceptable. We were sold a bill of goods from the Cruise and Maritime Florida office. We knew the ship was older (originally Holland America - then sold to P&O - and now in the CMV fleet). However, we were told we were boarding a completely refurbished ship. That was not the case at all. There were plumbing issues throughout. Many toilets overflowing and hot/cold water issues. There were also HVAC issues. Some cabins and public areas were FREEZING and others were HOT. We had to complain 3x before someone even came to look at our cabin. It was meat locker cold. We covered up the A/C vents and kept our balcony door open most of the journey so I did not have to wear layers of winter clothes in my cabin. The thermostats were so ancient, you could not even turn them off. The cabins had nice bedding and towels - although we had to beg for bathrobes/dressing gowns (which we were told came with our level of cabin). Cabins were all original and aging - stuffing coming out if seams of the couch, peeling wallpaper, etc. It really needed updating. We had a tub with jets, but they never worked. Dining was hit or miss. Some meals were good, others not so much. In the bistro it was not serve yourself so you had to ask for portion size of specific foods. Some of the staff had little command of the English language, so they would put the wrong things on your plate. Some stations had long lines and it was not laid out very well. Also for some odd reason, people were stealing the salt and pepper shakers - so we had to keep getting up and borrowing ones from other tables. Things like this you pass off as new crew, different ship in the fleet, things will be off. I do accept maiden voyage glitches. However, there were a couple of things which were completely unacceptable: 1. We were told to board the ship on 22 April by CMV Florida office. However, when we arrived jetlagged in Singapore to the cruise terminal a porter acted like we were idiots and told us to come back tomorrow. No ship today. We were stunned and lost - not even having a hotel booked. CMV had all our contact information (phone, email) and yet they did not even tell us in advance that the date was incorrect. This is just plain and simple poor business. 2. The people working in reception on the ship initially were cold and rude. I brought receipts to them the first day for compensation for our hotel/food costs the night before (as I was instructed to do by CMV) and they basically told me I was an stupid and should have known when to board. This woman actually said, "How can anyone be so stupid to board on the wrong day? It clearly states boarding on 23 April." as she was emphatically pointing at the CMV Vasco da Gama brochure. I have NEVER EVER been treated so disrespectfully by a reception person on a ship. And I was being nice just dropping off the receipts. I never received any transparency or an explanation about this horrible mistake. It took them nearly 4 days to respond and give us a bottle of wine for our troubles - which we didn't need since we already bought the drink package. I would never take another cruise on a CMV ship. They are terrible with customer service. However, I will say this - the crew, in general, did their best with what they had to work with. Most were kind. The ports were very cool and varied. The passengers we met onboard we awesome. Despite all the issues, we had a good vacation! Read Less
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