Do you remember my post about Viking Lines?
You'd better not to use it, because with Blue Lines it would be opposite experience.
1. "There is a mini-playground on board of our ship (deck 6) where children can have fun" tells the website. Well it's super extra mini playground. I would call "1 toy"
2. You should have tonnes of cash with you.
3. Should I mention that there is no wifi and "internet corner" didn't work?
Overall the website wasn't cleared. I booked to tickets for 110 euro, turned out it's just for being on board as this tickets don't include seats. We decided to upgrade it to cabin, it was impossible to do at the office, they said to ask at the reception on board. The reception told us to wait for 3 hours. Couldn't say any information on cabins, which is provided in website (but we didn't have the Internet), also they don't accept credit cards. The asked us for 50 euro extra while it should 27 euro according to the website...
As I mentioned we paid 110 euro for tickets and our tickets price actually were 20 euro. 45 euro is booking fee and 45 euro port fee, they don't count it as the ticket price. At least they don't deduct petrol expenses and stuff salary, what would make the ticket price look even cheaper.
For Viking Lines we paid same price (around 100 euro) for a cabin and I have no idea about taxes and fees as it's in the price, but it was obviously another level of service. There were the nice cabin with tv, wifi, few huge playgrounds and they did accept credit cards. We expected the same from Blue Lines and were really disappointed. The food and everything was far from great either. I ordered my favorite carrot-apple juice which supposed to reduce level of stress and I received blended carrot and apple with orange juice... Well at least orange wasn't blended...
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