I've been curious about Croisi for a while. The line is French and offers some of the most interesting itineraries out there. However, we've heard issues from Americans and other English speakers who have sailed with them over the years, particularly when it comes to meal choices and feeling "left out" with the language barriers.
Hopefully my experiences on these two different products will give readers here an idea of what to expect, and figure out if Croisi is right for you. More to come! If you have questions, let me know.
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