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I have just returned from the RSVP cruise on the Royal Clipper. We visited Corsica, the Italian Riviera and Monaco. It was a wonderful week. The food was mostly excellent. The dining room service was variable and I thought the tables are a little crowded, but the experience was still good. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The ship, which is brand new, is beautiful. Our cabin was quite comfortable and the bath was so nice you hardly noticed that it isn't very big. The lounge does not have good sightlines for entertainment, but you could hear easily. RSVP's Toga Party was great fun and a crew talent contest had several pleasant surprises.
I am already signed up for an RSVP Carribean cruise for February 2001. And a cruise along the coast of Turkey in October 2001 with CODA, which I have never tried before. After going with RSVP, a non-Gay cruise doesn't seem as interesting.Michael Sinn wrote:
> Thank you for your feedback on RSVP. Are you cruising again
I do a cruise once a year. Last year on the Maasdam in the Baltic. It was terrific. The ship is magnificent, the staff superior and food is very fine. The ports were excellent. A terrific experience.
This year was on the Nooram andother Holland American ship. It was a classic cruise to the eastern Mediterranean. The ports were excellent. The ship is older but had 6.5 million put into it this year. Food was good, service was excellent. Our group 14 had a ball. There were many other gentlemen on board and we had a good time together.
Next year our group is going on the Amsterdam from ireland to Iceland. We expect a larger group than this year. Contact me if interested.
This is the newest ship for Holland America. It will be christened in November. Will report more later.