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7 Night Canada & New England Cruise from New York

7 Night Canada & New England Cruise from New York (Manhattan)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    New York (Manhattan)
  • Day 2
    Newport
  • Day 3
    Boston
  • Day 4
    Bar Harbor
  • Day 5
    Saint John (New Brunswick)
  • Day 6
    Halifax
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    New York (Manhattan)

Regal Princess

Regal Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Excellent dining options abound

Cons

Small cabins and balconies feel tight

Bottom Line

Modern and sophisticated decor, entertainment and dining


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: June 2019
We did this cruise because we'd never been in the Baltic before. We've sailed with Princess before with mixed results and this trip was par for the course. The destinations were excellent. (St. Petersburg was the surprise ... Read More
We did this cruise because we'd never been in the Baltic before. We've sailed with Princess before with mixed results and this trip was par for the course. The destinations were excellent. (St. Petersburg was the surprise disappointment, Talinn and Warnemünde was outstanding!) Embarkation and disembarkation in Copenhagen was really easy. Actually, with the medallion, getting on and off at all the ports was easier than we expected. One of the problems we had was room size. There were four of us, and once the upper bunks were lowered at night, moving around the room was awkward and difficult. Also, because there were four of us, we couldn't push the bottom beds together. I'm pretty tall and my wife is pretty short and with a double bed it works out. This trip my feet were dangling off the end and the mattress was just wide enough for my shoulders. Ugh. We took advantage of the Elemis Spa Enclave, a room that has a large soaking pool, some steam rooms and heated seats. We went there almost every day and felt that it was worth every penny. We were pleased that we had the place mostly to ourselves for the duration of the trip. We had a lot of fun. We like exploring on our own, so we didn't do any of the Princess Excursions but we did make arrangements for an SPB tour on our own for St. Petersburg because the only way to see Russia without a visa is through a tour. The food was pretty standard, both in the main dining room and the buffet. Not amazing, but not terrible, and even on an eleven day cruise, they kept the menus varied enough so we didn't feel like we were eating the same stuff over and over. One complaint was the soup; the thick soups (jambalaya, albondigas, etc.) tasted like they used the same base and just swapped ingredients, while the clear soups (miso, chicken noodle, etc.) were really, really salty. And that's all I've got. I'd recommend it. Read Less
Sail Date: May 2019
Took sister and husband with us. As beginners, they were very satisfied with the overall experience. We are long-time Princess cruisers, and were quite happy overall. In particular, the entertainment was better than usual for this line, ... Read More
Took sister and husband with us. As beginners, they were very satisfied with the overall experience. We are long-time Princess cruisers, and were quite happy overall. In particular, the entertainment was better than usual for this line, with an excellent cast and orchestra. Hearing Daniel Oliver sing at the piano was great, as we heard him some years ago on a different ship. Also appreciated was the absence of blaring music on the open deck. Dining room food was inferior to the buffet. After a bit of learning, I must say that the Medallion system is an improvement over the old card system. The ethnic mix was unusual for us, with 1100 Americans, 1200 Asian, and 1000 others, with clear differences in cultural behaviours. We were pleased to attend a private lunch with the captain and senior officers for the 40 passengers with the most Princess cruise days. Unfortunately, the weather was mostly overcast and drizzly. Our inside cabin seemed to have more space (especially storage) than the usual Princess. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
Not one of my best Princess Cruises. The staff try sooo hard ... but VERY obvious they are EXTREMELY busy - morale seemed to be low - in my opinion. We chose this Baltic Cruise as it included Oslo - don’t know why they bothered - ... Read More
Not one of my best Princess Cruises. The staff try sooo hard ... but VERY obvious they are EXTREMELY busy - morale seemed to be low - in my opinion. We chose this Baltic Cruise as it included Oslo - don’t know why they bothered - too short a time in port! Would have liked more time in Tallinn which I think is an absolute GEM! Stockholm, Helsinki, Berlin, St Petersburg = fantastic! Not keen on medallion . Husband orders .. I get charged... go figure !!! I went to customer service to fix our bills— and they say - actually they ‘shrug’ - and say “we don’t know what they do in Restaurants” HUH ??? Anytime dining was usually 1/2 hr or more wait! Our first and last time we try that ! Food definitely not as good in Restaurants - as previous Cruises —- except lobster night YUM! Horizon Court had a few ‘nice surprises’✔️ Pools TINY and spas were limited. For me = SHIP TOO BIG - AND - NO PROMENADE DECK —- ON PROMENADE LEVEL—not one of our favourite Princess memories! ps I personally think ‘Sapphire Princess’ was a magnificent SHIP with a small ship feel. Read Less
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