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  1. Entertainment Day Daily entertainment ranged from early morning fitness classes where you could participate in yoga, join one of the crew members on the prom deck to ‘walk a mile’ or join in a friendly game of table tennis and connect 4. Daily quizzes took place in the Drawing Room early afternoon, choir classes and ukulele classes took place in The Academy and for those who wanted a leisurely morning/ afternoon in their cabin could make the most of the daily film was on show and available to watch in your cabin at numerous intervals. There were plenty of books and magazines to
  2. Beach Club and Pool A small but spacious space, the Beach Club and pool area proved to be very popular by the day with most of the sun lounges taken from early morning to late afternoon before the weather turned cool. We only spotted the odd few passengers using the pool and the hot tub on sea days, with most of the passengers preferring to lounge in the sun reading. Two beach shacks also sat by the side of the pool grill, and from the shacks you could help yourself to traditional boiled British sweets and ice cream from the other. The Beach Club served Fish and Chips, burgers and st
  3. Drawing Room Perfect spot to spend a lazy day at sea, the Drawing Room was quiet, cosy and comfortable with many passengers opting to come here for a game of scrabble, chess, a spot of reading or snoozing. Here there was a small daily supply of fresh cakes and biscuits to choose from, including a gluten free or sugar free option. Guests could help self to tea and coffee from one of the two machines in here, though you could order cold drinks from the bar or wait for the staff to come to you to take your order. Cooper’s Bar Probably my favourite venue on board
  4. Last week my colleague and I were on board Saga Sapphire for the second half of her Canaries to Casablanca cruise. We waved goodbye to a cold and drizzly Thursday morning in Manchester and arrived in a sunny Las Palmas early afternoon, boarding Saga Sapphire after a short transfer from the airport to the port. First Impressions As we pulled up to the ship in port, I was quite surprised to see how small Saga Sapphire looked having previously visited P&O Cruises’ Britannia and Holland America’s MS Koningsdam. The staff were very efficient and quick to greet us as we came off
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