Regal Princess Cruise Review by ssteinman3
- Sail Date: December 2017
- Destination: Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Balcony
The Regal is 4 years old but still looks brand new. The service personnel were always smiling and telling everyone to have a good day.
The production shows with the singers and dancers were the best shows we have seen in a very long time.
The private island, Princess Cays was in great shape and made for a relaxing day on the beach.
The excursion train ride on St. Kitts, that takes you through the old sugar cane fields so you get to see most of the island. We highly recommend this.
The excursion on the catamaran on St. Lucia was also a great one, just relax and enjoy a trip to the Pitons while letting you hair down and enjoying a short swim in a cove and cruising into Marigot.
Took the Cave exploration on Barbados, very cool and interesting. Definitely a hidden treasure on this island.
The only excursion that we did not thoroughly enjoy was on St. Thomas. We did the kayaking/snorkeling excursion but the snorkeling portion was way below par as it was too soon after the hurricanes as the waters were not perfectly clear and the landscape was a dull grey/green with very few fish to see and no color at all.
Food was good and our cabin steward, Polaris, was the best.
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