The Island Escape prides itself on being a fun and friendly ship with a relaxed, informal atmosphere for enjoying your cruise holiday. From April to November the Island Escape cruises the waters of the Mediterranean on a range of 7 and 14 night itineraries taking in ports such as Palma, Nice, Naples, Barcelona, Venice, and Rome.
Families are very welcome on the Island Escape and there are organised children’s activities including face painting, mini-discos and treasure hunts. For children aged 3-6 there is Palmy’s Pals kids’ club and for children aged 7-11 there is Palmy’s Crew. For teenagers there is the Action Zone Arcade, which just covers something for everyone. The full programme of children’s activities on your Island cruise holiday is included in the price of your family cruise holiday helping Island Cruises offer cheap cruises 2013 all inclusive holidays for all the family.
The dining options onboard Island Escape cruises are excellent; there are five restaurants offering a wide range of cuisine with something to suit everyone. The Island Restaurant is a buffet restaurant, The Oasis Restaurant offers a more sophisticated a la carte selection, The Beachcomber buffet is open 24 hours a day and has themed evenings, The Grill offers burgers and chips to be enjoyed on deck and the Steak House offers delicious steaks.
• Buffet style The Island Restaurant • The Beachcomer restaurant • A la carte restaurant The Oasis
Entertainment on an Island Escape cruise is superb, the Ocean Theatre shows guest acts and West End style shows, The Bounty Club hosts quizzes, games shows, cabaret, comedy and dancing, there are 6 bars and a Casino plus organised events and deck parties.
• 6 bars • Casino • The Ocean Theatre • The Lookout nightclub • Cyber Café • Café Brasil
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Thank you for the usual Iglu super service. For some reason on checking onto the ship we were upgraded from our balcony cabin to Yacht Club Class on 16th Deck – we felt like VIPs the whole time. As one other family who had booked through Iglu were also upgraded (they travelled out of Gatwick same holiday dates as us) we believe the VIP or VICompany was Iglu, not us. We could only conclude that MSC wanted to impress Iglu customers. Whatever the reason, it certainly helped considerably to add to our enjoyment of the holiday. thanks again and a very Happy New Year to all at Iglu. Elizabeth Boyle (January 2015) Read more feedback