A review of the Pride of America cruise ship
Special note from Donna Jodhan
No one knows when the Covid choke hold will be gone so we are going to hope
and stay positive and continue to remember and look forward to resuming
In February 2020 I had the pleasure of enjoying a wonderful cruise of the
Hawaiian Islands aboard the Pride of America cruise ship.
On the whole I was extremely pleased with the warm and welcoming atmosphere
and good thing that I took my trip before the Covid virus struck.
Now with the travel world waiting anxiously for Covid to loosen its
chokehold; it would be interesting to see how this cruise ship does moving
So how would I rate their services? With 1 being the lowest and 5 being the
highest, here are my ratings.
Service desk assistance – 4.5
Assistance for guests with special needs – 4.5
Assistance at restaurant – 4.5
Access to the restaurants was extremely user friendly for a vision impaired
person and navigating among the tables was not very difficult.
There was lots of space between eating stations.
About ship staff:
From restaurant staff to cabin cleaning staff; they were all very
accommodating, friendly and eager to assist.
The service desk staff was also extremely helpful and there was enough staff
around the ship so that one did not get lost.
Folks were just so friendly.
Excellent, sumptuous, plentiful, and very enjoyable.
I can only wish this cruise ship the very best when it finally returns from
the Covid lock down.
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