RHAPSODY Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary definition: Noun. Greek rhapsÅidia (Latin: rhapsodia): recitation of selections from epic poetry. 1) A portion of an epic poem adapted for recitation. 2) (a) A highly emotional utterance. (b) A highly emotional literary work. (c) Effusively rapturous or extravagant discourse. 3) A musical composition of irregular form having an improvisatory character.
The odes written in praise of the Rhapsody include the following enthusiastic utterances:
- â€œA truly exceptional ship that is both elegant and full of character.â€
- â€œ(The cruise abroad the Rhapsody) is truly a rhapsody for the senses, a composition of tranquillity.â€
- â€œA Rhapsody cruise consists of three elements: comfort, value and fun!â€
To conclude: whichever of the five Starlight cruises you decide to bid on, you can not go wrong, for no holiday can quite compare with a holiday on a leisure ship.