Costa Mediterranea Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Contributor Level: Third Mate

Experience
2-3 cruises

Reviews
2

Helpful Votes
13

5 out of 5

Another wondeful Costa Cruise

Sail Date: April 08, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

This is our third Costa cruise ( once on the Atlantica and twice on the Mediterranea) and we have no desire to cruis any other cruise line. We love the European atmosphere (and we are not European) and the fact there are large numbers of Spanish, German, French and Italian (although most were multilingual) passengers on board. We will definitely be sailing Costa againg and look forward to cruising on the new Concordia and Serena.

Pros: Italian style food and European Flair

Cons: nothing

Recommends Costa Mediterranea? Yes!

Children's Programs
Did not take our kids this time but did on this ship last time and they loved it.
Ship Quality
Beautiful. Everything glistened and was spotless. The crew were constantloy cleaning and shing thigs. Great layout and decor.
Food and Dining
Wonderful Italian food with a different menu every night.in the dining romm but also large offering of other foods for those who don't care for Italian. Buffet had numerous offerings and the menu was never the same. .Wonderful midnight buffet if you still had room for any more food. Were not limited to just pizza in the evening althoug the pizzeria was open until 1 a.m.
Cabin / Stateroom
Very roomy and clean
Service and Staff
All staff were pleasant and always greeted you as you passed by. All were polite and encountered no difficulties with them understanding us as all staff are required to speak English.
Entertainment
Great shows
Nassau, Bahamas
Beautiful
Don't Miss: catamarin, snorkeling and shopping, city tour
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Beautiful and excellent snorkeling
Don't Miss: catamaran and snorkeling, shopping, island tour
Nassau, Bahamas
Beautiful
Don't Miss: catamarin, snorkeling and shopping, city tour
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Beautiful
Don't Miss: shopping and city tour
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Beautiful and excellent snorkeling
Don't Miss: catamaran and snorkeling, shopping, island tour
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Beautiful
Don't Miss: shopping and city tour
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
Stay on the ship. Very third world. Not safe to eat or drink off the ship. We received warnings about pick-pockets and did not fell safe after dark.
Catalina Island (Isla Catalina), Dominican Republic
Stay on the ship. This is an uninhabited island and the ship docks right off shore of this island. You take a tender boat to the beach and that is where you stay. We were afraid to get in the water due to warnings of jellyfish.
Catalina Island (Isla Catalina), Dominican Republic
Stay on the ship. This is an uninhabited island and the ship docks right off shore of this island. You take a tender boat to the beach and that is where you stay. We were afraid to get in the water due to warnings of jellyfish.
Casa De Campo, Dominican Republic
Stay on the ship. Very third world. Not safe to eat or drink off the ship. We received warnings about pick-pockets and did not fell safe after dark.


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