Viking South American and Chilean Fjords
Viking Jupiter Cruise Review to South America
17 Night South America & Chilean Fjords (Buenos Aires To Santiago)
Sail date: January 07, 2020
Ship: Viking Jupiter
Traveled as: Couple
Reviewed: 1 year ago
Review summaryIt was an adventure. Not our best trip, but it was still very nice. Lots of nice places to relax on the ship. The ship itself does NOT handle waves well. I guess that is a risk of going on a smaller ship that can get into these smaller ports..... at least three nights I had to sleep with a pillow over our head because our room creaked by the moving of our boat.
Food and Dining
Our favorite place to eat!
We only dined there a few times, but we had great service. My favorite was the lemon ravioli
Appreciated a burger towards the end of the trip
The waffles and fruit were great.I didn't particularly care for the bread selection or the 'snacks' the rest of the day. A quiet venue
My favorite place to eat when the weather was nice.
It was closed on 2 of the 3 occasions that I tried to use it. I don't know why.....they just said maintenance.
This was a very comfortable area with a nice retracting roof that worked very well. What a beautiful TV screen!!!!!! The ship showed the NFL playoff games there and it was great fun. I wish they would have viewed the College Championship Football game as well.
Only used it once as it is right THERE by the diners....The water level was lowered when sailing.
This was adequate for the size of the ship. My husband complained that there was nothing for upper body
Could have been just a tad larger.I think the pillows are a waste of time. Do they clean them????Having a few blankets there for folks was nice. I liked the variety of revolving chairs and couches
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
This is a relaxing ship. Very mature crowd. Actually, we found many of the travelers to be cruise 'snobs'....will 'only' cruise Viking even though they have never been on any other cruise line. We met several in that category. It was by far the most expensive of any cruise we have done.
Ports of call
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands Did not visit port