Author: Alan Lupton
Great time on the Indy. She really is a magnificent ship. The crew are so helpful & wonderful. Was two hours late leaving Southampton due to JUST only 3 peeps with Noro probs. Indy staff cleaned her up well and no more probs. Our cabin 6638 was so wonderful and our butler Rai is a warm & happy chappy. Made us feel like as being at home. Would recommend this wonderful ship to anyone who wishes to cruise in luxury at a fair price. You just have to visit Johnny Rockets if you are a nutter!!!!!! Deck 5, with all the shops, bars, resturants and live activities is a must, The dog & badger pub was like home from home & Janice (the Jamaican nutter is so happy & freindly). On the other hand the Supposedly top cabaret acts are not soo good. (Better on Ocean Village). But the best band on sea for live music has to be the Indy, with ROCK THE BOAT. Plenty of space on all decks. Another down side is the alcoholic drinks are well over priced and children not under control. Lifts out whitting themselves and overcrowded. If you do not want to worry about NORO problems then the Inndy is the ship for you. The boarding is very long & painful. Departure is a breeze if you take your own luggage with you, just 20 mins to clear the ship and customs. Bye the way im 62 years old. lol !!!. Great value for money. As the Captain woud say "Next stop WE-GO ( That means Vigo lol)".