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Written on: 16/03/2020 by GLOBTROTTER (1 review written)

Presidential nile commodore is advertised as a 5 star cruise this bearly meets a 3 star rating. Brochure says wi fi available there is non. Every drop of water consumed has to be bough. Even for the purpose of teeth cleaning. Tea and coffee only available at breakfast and on 3 afternoons a week otherwise it is charged for at £2. 50 per 25cc cup tips are asked for from day one. £27 per person is demanded from day one and it is not made to look discretionary, more of an extra supplement. There are only 8 hair dryers available between around 200 people. Tombola is played at £4 a ticket for half dozen very cheap prizes where do the profits go?. All areas are tired and in need of upgrade. Everything is self service. Drinks are charged at a premium. It appears to me that this company is out to capitalise on their profits from the moment a passenger steps on board. I have been with a few cruise ship companies in my time and have experienced a lot of different ways to extract money from customers but this line is unique. Especially their methods used to make the customer feel that he/she is obliged to pay the £27 gratuity. 

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