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This was a re-positioning cruise originating from Brooklyn NY with stops in Antigua, Aruba and St. Maarten ending in Port Everglades Florida. It was a 10 day cruise at a very reasonable price. The ship was on the smallish size compared to the monsters. This for us was a benefit. There were no zip lines, water slides etc., again a benefit. The pools were actually accessible, making the days at sea enjoyable. I can't say enough good things about the bars and the prompt and excellent service. In every bar there was some sort of entertainment all the time. The Buffet food was excellent and the selections varied daily. We chose "Any Time" dining which worked perfectly for our group. Captain "Tim" was very personable and kept us informed on a regular basis. The rest of the staff was exceptionally friendly and courteous. Boarding in Brooklyn was the easiest and most efficient of any cruise we have taken. We all dreaded disembarking as that usually is a nightmare. Not so. ALL luggage was off ship and in port AHEAD of schedule. The luggage was arranged by color and number making it a breeze to locate. We had a "Mini Suite" and the only complaint would be that the balcony was probably the smallest of any cruise we have been on. It fit two but not more.

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Regal Princess Cruise Review by capkarl

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: November 2018
  • Destination: Caribbean
This was a re-positioning cruise originating from Brooklyn NY with stops in Antigua, Aruba and St. Maarten ending in Port Everglades Florida. It was a 10 day cruise at a very reasonable price.

The ship was on the smallish size compared to the monsters. This for us was a benefit. There were no zip lines, water slides etc., again a benefit.

The pools were actually accessible, making the days at sea enjoyable.

I can't say enough good things about the bars and the prompt and excellent service.

In every bar there was some sort of entertainment all the time.

The Buffet food was excellent and the selections varied daily.

We chose "Any Time" dining which worked perfectly for our group.

Captain "Tim" was very personable and kept us informed on a regular basis.

The rest of the staff was exceptionally friendly and courteous.

Boarding in Brooklyn was the easiest and most efficient of any cruise we have taken.

We all dreaded disembarking as that usually is a nightmare. Not so. ALL luggage was off ship and in port AHEAD of schedule. The luggage was arranged by color and number making it a breeze to locate.

We had a "Mini Suite" and the only complaint would be that the balcony was probably the smallest of any cruise we have been on. It fit two but not more.
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