Passengers: 44 | Crew: 17
Passengers to crew: 2.59:1
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The boat is a little tired, but the rooms are quite a good size considering the size of the boat. The staff were exceptional except the “hotel manager”. I am highly allergic to seafood and carry 2 epipens. He was told this on the first day and after 8 days he out seafood in…
Having never been on any cruise ship larger than 48 feet, we were not exactly sure what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised with excellent service in all departments. Optional excursions were well organized and very interesting. We did not participate in all of the…
Had a week on Harmony G cruising from Athens to islands. Itinerary was reversed which I can understand but we missed one port altogether. The boat was not ready when we arrived at 3pm. We got on an hour later, the rooms are compact to say the least but dated, old & shower needs…
Harmony G is a small cruise ship, with a maximum of about 40 passengers. Our cruise in the Aegean had about 28 passengers on board, and frankly I can't imagine having any more. The dining room was very crowded at every meal. We had one of the "premium" cabins on the top deck,…
this was my first cruise at a smaller cruise ship, 48 people, and we had a great time. The authentic Greek feeling you not only felt on board but too at the destinations we where sailing too. You always had time in the evening to enjoy the Greek food outside at a taverna as on…
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