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12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Paris

12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Paris

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Paris
  • Day 2
    Southampton
  • Day 3
    St. Peter Port (Guernsey)
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Dublin
  • Day 6
    Liverpool
  • Day 7
    Belfast
  • Day 8
    Greenock (Glasgow)
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Invergordon (Inverness)
  • Day 11
    South Queensferry
  • Day 12
    Cruising
  • Day 13
    Paris

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: August 2019
Exceeded our expectations from embarkation to debarkation. Crews are very friendly and helpful. You don’t get hungry as lots of yummy foods on board and lots of sporting activities you can do on board to ensure you don’t get extra kg ... Read More
Exceeded our expectations from embarkation to debarkation. Crews are very friendly and helpful. You don’t get hungry as lots of yummy foods on board and lots of sporting activities you can do on board to ensure you don’t get extra kg while indulging with lots of good variety of foods. Medallion class made everything on board really easy. They have a very systematic system where everything really works very well. We have enjoyed all the activities on board, in particular, the shows daily. Our crew steward always ensure that our room is being looked after daily. Live TV updates is also very helpful for everyone as you will be informed on what’s happening on the ship, ports and shore excursions very important informations and tips. We will definitely cruise with Princess again and will recommend them to our friends and families. Keep up the good work and hope to see you again soon. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We LOVE Princess cruises and really enjoyed the 11 day Baltic cruise. Weather was perfect, ports were interesting, Medallion worked great for unlocking your stateroom door and getting on/off the ship. Embarkation with the Medallion ... Read More
We LOVE Princess cruises and really enjoyed the 11 day Baltic cruise. Weather was perfect, ports were interesting, Medallion worked great for unlocking your stateroom door and getting on/off the ship. Embarkation with the Medallion takes about 5 minutes, very quick and easy. The ship is beautiful and has plenty to do all day long, at sea or in port, there is always something happening. The food was delightful and plentiful. The Horizon Court (buffet) was open from 5am to 11pm everyday. It does NOT close down like some cruise lines. In addition you could always get pizza or burgers on the open deck or a nice pizza/calzone from Alfredos inside. International Cafe has desserts, sandwiches and salads all day and night, so plenty of food. Many food choices all day and all of them good. There are also extra cost restaurants available, but we didn't use them. The room service was quick and accurate. We ordered coffee for each morning and it was within 5 minutes of the time requested each and every day. Wonderful! We met many friendly and kind staff members. Entertainment: Band for the older crowd was so so - but a lot of people thought they were terrific. Production shows were interesting. Positive things about our Baltic cruise: * Frequent and genuine smiles and greetings from most crew and staff. * Excellent staff at Piazza Bar, Vines, and Crooners * Excellent guides on our excursions * Excellent Cabin Steward * Multiple news choices on television * Excellent presenter for Destination Presentations - Chris Roberts * Great selection of movies in stateroom * Wonderful food everywhere. We went to Alfredo’s, Horizon Court, Horizon Bistro, International Cafe, and Concerto Dining Room. * Room Service was spot on and perfect. On time each morning - really wonderful to wake up to hot coffee! * Appreciate Cancelling the automatic gratuity. We tipped 8 individuals almost as much as the ship gratuities * fresh squeezed juice and wonderful lemonade * honest staff - we lost two items and we got them back promptly. We probably wont do this one again, but are already booked on two more Princess cruises and watch specials carefully. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
My wife and I had a great time on a our first cruise, a 12 day, 9 port cruise around the British Aisles. The Regal Princess is an amazing ship with 3,000 passengers and 1,400 crew. Princess really hyped the "Medallion Class" ... Read More
My wife and I had a great time on a our first cruise, a 12 day, 9 port cruise around the British Aisles. The Regal Princess is an amazing ship with 3,000 passengers and 1,400 crew. Princess really hyped the "Medallion Class" cruise which turned out to be a medallion with NFC that let you unlock your door, record your leaving and returning to the ship, and pay for stuff. It also included some apps that let you find your way around the ship and order service wherever you were (except for the main theater). The ship had just been retrofitted with the technology and they had some problems with it the first few days; people couldn't connect to the apps, including me and I'm a programmer. There were long lines at the internet cafe for assistance. Our balcony cabin was very nice and we were pleasantly surprised by the amount of closet space since we'd brought 2 large suitcases. Plenty of room which was good because the Princess has a dress code in the evenings, which wasn't strictly enforced, for what they called "smart casual" for all of the dining rooms. Two "formal" nights compounded the packing problem but a sport jacket for me and a dress for my wife sufficed for formal night. The bed was great! Slept like a log. The staff on board the ship were excellent, very friendly and accommodating. I can't say enough about how great they were. We missed one port due to severe weather but that certainly isn't on the Regal Princess. The food on board was good but there wasn't anything that really lit it up for us. The food was somewhat bland and there were no desserts that I would call rich. A Hershey bar is richer than most of the chocolate desserts they had. We spent one evening at the premium restaurant, the Crown Grille, and the rib eye was excellent with and came with impeccable service. The service in the restaurants was very good although it seemed to take a long time to get coffee at the end of the meal, we couldn't figure that one out. Water, coffee, tea, and lemonade are included but soda was extra. I don't drink and we didn't sign up for one of the beverage packages they offer and we came out way ahead. The casino was a major fail. I know we're going to lose when we go to a casino but on the ship I may as well have thrown my money into the ocean and saved some time. Black Jack pays 6:5 for a black jack instead of 3:2; a "Fun Black Jack" game paid 21's and 20's even if you tied the dealer but all of the Kings were removed from the deck. The slots paid a minor win about every 10 spins. It wasn't fun and we stopped going early on. Shipboard activities were numerous and generally very good. Good local entertainment from Ireland and Scotland, some Broadway-like productions including one that blended magic, music and choreography that was unusual, karaoke, current movies, bingo, and music all over the ship. Some of the venues were small and finding a seat was difficult. There was always something going on. We went on several Princess sponsored excursions and they were all good with excellent guides. I have no idea what other lines charge but it cost $80 each for a 1/2 day excursion to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, $170 each for a scenic tour of the Scottish highlands that included lunch, and $140 each for the Edinburgh Castle. While I'm touching on costs, Princess also charges a $14.50 per person per day gratuity which added $348 and included the embarkation/disembarkation days. We consider ourselves to be pretty frugal and we managed to spend a total of $1,635 (including excursions) while onboard. For all of the technology onboard you couldn't get your statement on anything other than paper. Overall we had a great time and I would recommend them to friends with the caveat that the cruise is going to cost you. Read Less
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