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Sail Date: February 2018
Liked the back to back cruise and the club class. Our cabin was huge (close to 500 sq ft) - for some reason we were given a handicapped room and I was worried about how the bathroom would work out. Turned out it was no problem other than ... Read More
Liked the back to back cruise and the club class. Our cabin was huge (close to 500 sq ft) - for some reason we were given a handicapped room and I was worried about how the bathroom would work out. Turned out it was no problem other than not having a bathtub. On board entertainment was great but you needed to get to the theater a good 30 minutes before each show. Conditioner and shampoo combo was terrible and the hair dryer was not very strong. Beds were very comfortable. Food was stupendous and as usual the staff was the greatest. International Café is one of best kept secrets on Princess ships. Most of passengers on ship are older - definitely not a party boat. I spent a couple of days at the Retreat area of the ship. The pool there was great. You need to sign up for this as soon as you get on the ship if you want to rent a cabana which is the way to go. The loungers were so comfortable and they served me afternoon tea poolside. Jamaica was kind of scary. St. Marten could have been skipped as they have a long way to go before they are truly ready for tourists. In St. Thomas we chose to due an excursion to Megan's Bay. Really a great place to enjoy the beach. Next time we will just take a taxi there. Getting on and off the ship was a breeze. We chose to have our luggage taken from our cabin directly to the airport. Cost was 25 per bag and we did not have to drag through customs or check it at the airport. They even gave us our boarding passes. We took a taxi from the ship rather than using the transfer from Princess and cost was way less. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
The ship was fantastic and we were well looked after. Our cabin was roomy and met all of our high standards for service and quality. The dining experience met all of our standards and if something wasn't perfect they made perfection ... Read More
The ship was fantastic and we were well looked after. Our cabin was roomy and met all of our high standards for service and quality. The dining experience met all of our standards and if something wasn't perfect they made perfection happen. The entertainment we saw met all of our expectations and beyond. My tummy was sore the next days from laughing so hard. I haven't belly laughed so much in years. The service on ship was exceptional. The bar service staff knows your names quickly and your drink preferences as well! That truly amazed me. The Mayan ruins in Cozumel was fantastic! Edward was our tour guide and he did an excellent job. He is a natural teacher and he taught us many interesting things about the Mayan's which I truly valued. We learned a great deal in a short period of time! I would highly recommend this excursion to others. We were a group of young seniors who were pleasantly tired at the end of a busy day anxious for the next port and the next experience there. This was our second cruise and I would travel the Eastern Caribbean again! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
One week done and still here! Love this ship,, people great (except for grump at bar next to pizza) but waiters in pool area were great!! Casino waiters are the best ( but if you drink often, you need to “comp” one early because ... Read More
One week done and still here! Love this ship,, people great (except for grump at bar next to pizza) but waiters in pool area were great!! Casino waiters are the best ( but if you drink often, you need to “comp” one early because there are not many working in casino. Get connected early and you will be “looked” for and be very happy!! Probably because first week was a casino VIP cruise and 160 people were getting free drinks in casino. This week big difference! School vacation week in NE, NY, Mich, Wisconsin may be other states as well, means pool chairs are gone EARLY! But casino not that busy almost empty at 11:30! Really don’t notice kids because they mostly/ to there areas, means less adults then last week in the areas we go to. Come and relax for awhile! Not going to talk about food because everybody is different, but if you can’t find something you like, you didn’t look good enough! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
We loved the food and service in the Dining Roomand entertainment good. But everything else was so awful....not worth it. The worse customer service we have ever had. Very apathetic unfriendly crew. Also they try to cover stuff up, lie ... Read More
We loved the food and service in the Dining Roomand entertainment good. But everything else was so awful....not worth it. The worse customer service we have ever had. Very apathetic unfriendly crew. Also they try to cover stuff up, lie about things, blame the passengers and others. The air/heat control in our cabin did not work properly and we only had a HOT shower, never cool. Everyone around us was complaining. Our room was not properly cleaned. The buffet was very unsanitary. Stewards were using their bare hands to clean things off of people’s used plates, and then setting the table the next minute....gross! We waited over 40 minutes multiple times to have the front desk answer the phone; I finally walked down twice in my PJs. They don’t seem to have knowledge about what they should be doing. Very disappointed in Princess. I would not recommend them based on this experience. Oh, and don’t go if you are disabled. No marked handicap or companion seating on deck 6 Princess Theatre and also Vista Lounge and Princess Live. These are there three main entertainment areas. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
The entertainment was great. The food quality left a lot to be desired. I felt hounded by the staff to buy things from the ship all the time. My room wasn't well layed out. The food in the premium restaurant was very good. We ... Read More
The entertainment was great. The food quality left a lot to be desired. I felt hounded by the staff to buy things from the ship all the time. My room wasn't well layed out. The food in the premium restaurant was very good. We loved The Steakhouse. We got to see a world premier of Secret Silk. The theater was always overloaded. We had to arrive at least 1 hour before show time to get any seat. We enjoyed Trivial Pursuit. We missed one port due to high winds. Disembarkation was a big mess with long lines. Embarkation still needs work to make it a good start for a vacation. Our cabin steward wasn't good at all. Our severs for dinner were great. Internet service wasn't very good. The ice cream wasn't of good quality. We were at a table for 4 for dinner but we only were allocated 3 pieces of butter. We asked why and they said they were trying to economize. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
This was the cruise of the nearly dead environments, Lets start with the good - There was a medical emergency for another passenger and the team diverted quickly to get the passenger to proper care - The specialty ... Read More
This was the cruise of the nearly dead environments, Lets start with the good - There was a medical emergency for another passenger and the team diverted quickly to get the passenger to proper care - The specialty dining experiences were very good and we had great service - The onshore excursions were good and well organized - Our stateroom was as expected and in good condition The not so good, - The regular food at dinner was generally not good and the portions so small that left the dining room looking for more food most nights - The onboard entertainment was simply terrible - On most days, there was no pool side entertainment except for the occasional playing of old movies - The evening acts that we did see left no doubt why they weren’t performing in real venues, just poor comedy specifically. - The evening music in the common areas was so bad that it drove us from spending any time in those areas. -The “mandatory” tips seems to have had the effect of making the staff slow and generally unresponsive In general, we started the cruise thinking about booking a future cruise to Alaska and by the end we have not and will not on this cruise line for certain if ever. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2018
We chose this ship because we are fans of PERRY GRANT and have sailed many times because of him. The cabin was a balcony and was comfortable and the service thruout the ship was very good.The food was fair. We went to a few shows which ... Read More
We chose this ship because we are fans of PERRY GRANT and have sailed many times because of him. The cabin was a balcony and was comfortable and the service thruout the ship was very good.The food was fair. We went to a few shows which were good but if you want to be entertained you must see PERRY GRANT, he is a talented pianist and his humer is fantastic as well as his vocal qualities.i would only go again if PERRY GRANT WAS ON SHIP. Since we saw him many years ago, we have formed freindships we many other passengers and each feb. we take a reunion cruise.. PASSENGERS COME FROM ENGLAND ,FRANCE, ARGENTINA,CANADA,ITALY JUST TO CRUSE WITH HIM. So as you can see he makes up for whatever is lacking on the cruise. However they should improve the quality of the food.We went back to back and the disembarcation on the first cruise was horrendous Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2018
We flew out the day before the cruise Arrived in FLL early and took a t cab to Embassy suites on 17th street. Embassy suites had a shuttle for $9 per person cab was $14+tip door to door. Much better deal. Our room was not ready yet so we ... Read More
We flew out the day before the cruise Arrived in FLL early and took a t cab to Embassy suites on 17th street. Embassy suites had a shuttle for $9 per person cab was $14+tip door to door. Much better deal. Our room was not ready yet so we left the luggage in luggage room and walked down to Kelly Landing. My Husband had read it was a great seafood place. We sat outside not much to look at just beauty shop across street. Service was lacking and food so so. He had the chowder and lobster roll w/fries & beer -I had water and lobster roll w/beans-- bill was $58+tip. Walked over to the bridge to see the big ships. Saw lots of curvy tail lizards and then Publixs for water and snack for room, and total wine for 2 bottles for the ship. We like our local winery Duplin which they don’t have on the ship. He was also found a bottle of the smoked beer we had in Bamberger Germany. By now our room was ready and I should have known that by booking 3 party our room wouldn’t be great but for an Embassy suite is was subpar. The outside sliding door was broken and would open. Stains and burned/melted carpets. But OK for one night since it was location location location. Around 5pm a flock of green parrot like birds roasted right out side our window making lots of noise very cool. When we went down for happy hour very very nice with beer wine and surprise mixed drinks and snacks! We had heard the Royal had medical issues was coming in early around 8:30pm So we walked up to the 17th street bridge where there is a bench at the top and watched the ship come in. She slowly came in around 9. There were 3 groups with ambulances and one group in wheel chair that took a taxis. How sad to end you trip like this. Little did we know we would be making a ER stop at St Marrtins on our way back. Breakfast at hotel was great. We were talked into take their shuttle to port- bad decision $9 per person in a van that had the arm rest ripped up with bare metal exposed that if we had a sudden stop someone could have been really hurt. Short ride in cramped van-Note to self-take the cab next time! Checking in security was a breeze-we were in terminal 2 the newer one. Less than 20 minutes sitting in Platinum/Elite lounge. We were on the ship by 10:15am earliest ever. The cabins weren’t ready of course they did have an area to drop off hand bags but we snuck into our cabin and just left it there. Then up to buffet surprising the hot lines were not open yet (open at 11am we were really early) only the pastry shop! So had a tea and dessert while waiting for lunch. Met the greatest server Nikola and learned he had a anytime dinner table. That afternoon 1:30 when the Matie d’Hotel for changing dinning option open we went to the dining room. Instead of a long line there were handing out numbers and you sat in comfort till your turn NICE! We were able to get Nikola team table 10 for sharing at 7:30 every night No lines for us One of our better choices! We love Princess we love our cabin-C234-second time in that cabin and will have in future cruises! Love the on demand movies. We had the best ever room Stewart-- Sum. Went back to cabin to another surprise our bags had been deliver! So before muster we were unpacked and ready for fun. Muster was in club 6 didn’t have to take life jackets. It was quick. And the ship was off. Watched sailway from cabin. That night went to dinner at 7:15 but the staff didn’t get the change and we had another table and it took over 3 hour for dinner-- missed all the shows. The welcome aboard show has always been a routine for us to see--- disappointed! Went back to cabin to watch a movie. Friday 9th Feb Princess Cays Got up early watch us sail into Princess cays. We were the first time this year that the Royal was able to dock there. For breakfast found the cold salmon in salad line my favorite food- and pancakes / waffles in the pastry shop. Hubby went for the made to order omelet. Yummy. Around 9:15 we started for the dining room for tender tickets but surprise- they were already taking people off and we head right to the tender which was a big ferry boat that took a lot of people. Having been to the Princess Cay before we headed to the right-- quite side over the bridge-we booked a clam shell for the day. If you go around just past the bar you get shade most of the day in shell. Great relaxing day- not surprising the water was a little cold. We did not eat at the food trucks but nice idea. Did the hamburgers and side very tasty. We stayed till about 2 not wanting to wait in hot sum for tender back. New and wonderful surprise—there was shade of waiting area! And they were using the ferry boats again fast fast fast. They did security on the island so when we got to the ship just scan card-and go-no long lines. This is a super improvement since last year. Well done Princess! Back on board-watch a movie- enjoyed our balcony- went to dinner at 7:15 our table 10 and Nikola and Clark waiting for us. Great meal-great company. Finish in plenty of time to see the show ventriloquist Jerry Goodspeed. No Jeff Dunham but amusing. Set clock forward one hour Saturday 10th Feb At Sea I had arranged a M&G with our roll call over 100+ people and Princess, Princess gave us Club 6 at 10am. I had made handmade invites for the senior staff that I drop off when we boarded. As the room filled I heard my name and call to the front where Capt Nick and all the senior staff were standing! Wow felt like queen for the day (I know showing my age) Capt Nick spoke said how important Cruise Critic was and made a joke (I think it was a joke) about the 1.4 million stair case that was but in because of CC comments. He took questions and he and most of staff left. Staying was the producer of the new show Secret Silk which was debuting on this cruise. Best ever M&G! thanks to Skip who did a lot of work. Coming back to earth we spent the day enjoying spontaneous things-- music here-a end of trivial there spent time on the balcony reading. Formal night and the Captain champagne waterfall. We notice not as high as usual because of the very rough seas. Still fun to watch. Then off to dinner at table 10 and our fav dinning team. Made it in plenty of time to see the comedy show with Jerry Goodspeed. Back to the room for movie Shape of Water. Sunday 11th St Thomas The sea had been windy and rough. They say force 6/7 so we are late arriving in St Thomas. Not a problem for us since we are only doing shopping. Most of the island has not recovered. So sad to see paradise point closed with poles missing. Cab to downtown-lot of shop still closed. Seeing lot of damaged signs and building. Many roofs still have blue tarps. My favorite shop Local Color is open and I but a few thing. Hubby is looking for a new camera lens. Usually does Boochands but they no longer have a downtown shop. End up at Side Street Pub tucked in an in alley. With outside tables. Shared a table with wonderful Canadians Had Bushwhackers. They were OK but I miss Paradise Points and the view! Back to the Havensite and shopping. Most of the shops are closed. Found the Boochands camera but they don’t have the lens Hubby wants. The crocks store didn’t have any plain kid’s shoes-I usually stock up here since I were a 3. So Hubby decides to go back to town and get the lens from Royal camera, I stay and enjoy the people watching. Back on the ship-love the damp washcloths-lunch at at grill-movie time “3 billboards” WOW didn’t fall sleep on that one. Wonderful dinner with more Canadians this time from NW Territories where they film ice truckers.(and we didn’t have to wait in line to be sited). Production show is Sweet Soul Music. We seen many time before but well done and enjoyable. We are luck to meet more wonderful Canadians (at there any left in Canada?) who love the same seats as us and they help us get seat later on. Being short --there is a row of seats about 10 rows from the front that are elevated and yes we are the people who come in early with kindles and grab those seats. If you were under 5 foot you understand. Lucky for me my hubby doesn’t mind going early. After the show we always check out the international café for desserts. Monday 12th Antigua not to be The seas continue to be rough or as Capt Nick says “roly poly” when we arrive at boarding pilot position strong winds of 35 knots & force 7 winds and we can’t get in harbor safely- so we start a slow trip to St Lucia. We had planned a day on a catamaran with a group of fellow Cruise Citric so sad to miss the day! New Patters is in the door quickly but you can see them adding stuff on line. Love the Princess at sea. Again we spent the day enjoying spontaneous things. Tonight is German Night in the Horizon court. We love German foods. So we skip the dining room for Brats-herring- sauerkraut-black forest cake and strudel. The 10:15 production show is “Color of the World” this is a show that has seen it time and needs to be retired. But we see it tomorrow as it is too rough for dancers-tonight is hypnotist Kellie Karl. She a better singer than comedian but entertaining. Tuesday 13th St Lucia We booked a tour with Spencer Ambrose- speedboat-beach-Island. We also took school supplies which the web site said were really needed. Well I don’t think the employees were happy about that big heavy bag. The weather was very rough and I wish they had cancel the speedboat portion. The speedboat was late picking up. Then it rained and rained. There was no cover on the boat for passengers and felt like ice pellets. OUCH! We looked like drowned rats when we finally go to the dock to met the bus portion. Saw the poor downtown area then off to the volcano- which were really a Sulphur springs. We chose to walking tour rather than mud bath. Not much to to walk a few stair there it was smelling bubbling muck but glad to do it. Then back in van to pick up the mud bathers and off to the waterfall. It was a cool cold waterfall but I wish I had keep my shoes on --the rocky bottom was sharp-- My fault for follow the crowd taking off shoes. We also saw humming birds in the trees. Then back on the bus to docks to pick up speed boat. Which was late again. Off to the sugar beach, we were told the chairs were first come first serve on the public beach but Penney went ahead and got some for us. We just relaxed and didn’t get in the water since it started rain again. Lunch was great and they had lots of interesting foods to try. Breadfruit, taro root, fruits and rice & chicken leg quarter. And the bar was open. Boy were the drinks strong. Then back on the speedboat to ride back we stopped at the bat cave so neat. And natural bridge. I would definitely use them again. They can’t control the weather. It was A fun day. Back in plenty of time. Most of the port shops were closed for some reason. Back on board tonight we are doing the Crab Shak. We did last year and loved it. This year not as much, expected too much I guess. No decorations like last year, where there was netting and crabs everywhere, just roped off seating. There was paper on tables and crayons. The seamer pots OK but not very fresh crab. For the cost I would not do again. Wednesday 14th Barbados Valentine Day the best & the ugly day We booked the Calabaza Catamaran- worst decision ever. Below is what happen. Also I will state that when I email- once home -the management sent the following reply. Now if you believe that they really fired the crew??? “see attached copy of credit issued today for your cruise on February 14, 2018 and a voucher for a comp cruise for a party of two. I have talked to the crew and checked the log book, I have given them their walking papers this morning and they will have to look for new employment somewhere else, they did express their deepest regret Our sincerest apologies again for the incident, we are implementing new procedures, that will prevent this from happening again and thanks for bringing it to my attention” What happen…… True weather condition were not ideal and a long swim to the turtle (ONE). When I turned to check my husband he had given up and was starting back to the boat. Then I noticed he was starting to panic. My old life guarding reflexes went in to action. He listen while I stated to tow to boat I gave the international sign for distressed but the crew was not on deck I believe they were in the gallery (where they spent most of the time pretending to prepare food) Finally the young man that had lead the group in the water to the turtle saw our distress and tow my husband back to the boat. I did learn-- I’m not the 20 year old life guard anymore. My husband was in shock and shaking when I finally reached the boat. The crew handed him a beer! I was quiet clear to all the crew multiple times ---my husband was not a confident swimmer and needed to be watched. For this reason he always brings his own Personal flotation device. Husband said I’m never going back in the water. When we arrived at second stop he started to shake again. Where was the crew? In the gallery again. I didn’t shout or show my anger because of the fear of causing my husband more distress. I depended on them to help me watch my husband. My husband feels he almost drowned. I should mention we did NOT have any alcoholic drinks until after the turtle stop. My husband issues was not from alcoholic drinks. OK back to the wonderful ship-the Best part of the cruise-they had decorated for the day. We had our Capt circle party at 5pm very nice. and at 7pm Valentine’s Day mass renewal of vows! Ok maybe is hooky, We had been talking about doing this since we celebrating 40 years in April. With Capt Nick in the upper balcony in the plaza many of us repeated our vows. Very Very special. We even got a nice certificate sign that we can add our names to, classy! Then off to dinner to table 10 where Clark and Nicola said they missed us last night. They already had our ice tea ready when sat down what service. Wonderful dinner as always. The show was Encore—simply amazing! Love it perfect ending to a perfect evening. Thursday 15th St Kitts Ok this is my new favorite island! We booked grand tour with Thenford Gray. It was super. The weather again ..rain on us. But We learn lot and the driver was super. We went to the Fortress, ruin of oldest Anglican church in the Caribbean, and Caribelle Batik which is fabric dying. There were wild pigs alongside of the road and monkeys in cages. Saw so much of the island. In between rain drops. Ending at Shipwreck beach which was beautiful but after so many days in the rain we ask to return early and the driver gladly took us back while the other stay longer on the beach. The shopping area here is the nicest of all the other ports. And we helped the local economy. The Life is good store had 3 beers for $5 what a deal. Amazing enough even thu the stores were in port you could still bargain. Tonight meal wonderful again the show was a comedian and we passed for more cabin movies –love the free on demand Friday & Saturday 16th & 17th at Sea The weather finally broke and it is beautiful next 2 days. Got up early and did the Zumba. So easy to walk the deck when the ocean is beside you. This is the first day that I have seen alot of walkers.. Yep went up everyday. we spent the days enjoying spontaneous things. Tonight was the World Premiere of the Secret Silk it did not disappoint. We went to second seating and there was line forming since the first show was still going on. Lucky for us our Canadian friend are fast walkers and got us our fav seats for short people. I don’t want to give anything away but the Jim Henson puppets!!!! The music!!! The lighting!!!!! The dancers and singers!!! There was program on the seats with cast and crew. If you get a chance to see don’t miss this show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The last night we have a tradition of walking the decks after dinner. We don’t pack until after dinner than stroll. We did Luggage express-called Princess EZ Check. Love this program. Pack and leave bags outside cabin and don’t see until home airport carousel. You have to watch for the form early in the cruise and fill out by day 4 or 5. It cost $25 per bag you get you printed boarding pass. And they don’t weigh you bags so you can be over 50#. You still have to pay what ever your airline charges for bags. But not to have to find and haul bags thu the airport priceless! Our number was AAAA which had a meeting time of 6:45. Capt Nick said 7 ship in port and we are 6th in so we might be a little late. Platinum lounge was on Deck 6 and to get off we had to do steps to 7 to disembark. . Customs was easy. We had mobile passport and right before we got the counter it winked out. But they still let in. There were shuttles filling and lines for cabs-chose poorly and took the shuttle. Note to self again always take the taxis! We were off the ship and in the airport gate by 9am thanks to TSA precheck and EZCheck luggage service. So If read all this looking for the only ULGY here it is. We are one of those people that decorate the outside of cabin door. We have car magnet that say my border collie loves St Thomas-my springer spaniel loves St Thomas. I have personal photos of the girls on magnet backing. And some stickee of dogs. Been doing this for over 12 years and 25+ cruises. Well about day 3 one of the magnets disappeared. Then the next day another magnet disappeared. Then the 3rd day one of our personal photos disappeared. I asked our room Stewart (Not accusing or anything) to keep a look out for them. Could they have fallen in the ruff seas (sorry pun)? Or did someone have sticky fingers? Well we un decorated the door and put up a note “please return our Magnets” Sadly we never got our magnets back. But we did met many or our neighbors all who were on the look out for them and in St Kitts I was able to buy new my collie and springer love st kitts for the next trip. Summery-Great ship-great entertainment- superior food-poorly chosen shore tours-suburb room Stewart & dinning staff. Greatest M&G ever. A very roly poly good time. 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3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
As we use to do we chose this ship because Perry Grant was performing on it.He is one of the attractions of the cruise and draws hundreds of vpeople from all over the world just to see him perform. A unique style of entertainer who formed ... Read More
As we use to do we chose this ship because Perry Grant was performing on it.He is one of the attractions of the cruise and draws hundreds of vpeople from all over the world just to see him perform. A unique style of entertainer who formed a great " family"with all of us , interacting with everyone and optimizing our cruise vacation. With regard to the embarkation everything went fast and smoothly. The staff was great. The cabin was confortsable and tidy. For lunch and dinner we prefered always the buffet at the Lido. My husband ordered Kosher meal which was always prepared in time and carefuly served by Serjean the Lido supervisor. With regard to the entretainment we enjoyed the singers and dancers at the theatre,they are great ans also a talented violinist part of Rapsodia trio .But we rushed every night to see Perry Grant performances till late and to meet our friends there. We will continue crussing on Princess and recomending it every time Mr. Grant will be performing on any of your ships. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
We chose the Royal Princess because of the Medallian program which was to have been ready for this cruise; however, a couple of weeks before the announcement came that it was not ready for roll out. The ship is beautiful, great production ... Read More
We chose the Royal Princess because of the Medallian program which was to have been ready for this cruise; however, a couple of weeks before the announcement came that it was not ready for roll out. The ship is beautiful, great production shows, service excellent, myriad of food choices in different venues and a much better layout for the Horizon Buffet. I missed the ability to walk around the Promenade deck and the Princess Theater was too small to handle the number of people for the first show of the evening. If they offered another act in the Vista Lounge at that time, it may take some pressure off the Theater. The ship is very long so be prepared to walk, but because of its' size, it handles swells well that may make smaller ships rock and roll. Overall we had a great cruise even though we would prefer a smaller ship. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
Last minute "Drop & Go" getaway from cool Florida weather. We were assigned a Deluxe Balcony room as our usual choice of a mini-suite was sold-out. For a ten-day Caribbean cruise, the room was adequate, with a small ... Read More
Last minute "Drop & Go" getaway from cool Florida weather. We were assigned a Deluxe Balcony room as our usual choice of a mini-suite was sold-out. For a ten-day Caribbean cruise, the room was adequate, with a small couch, but we missed the additional storage capability of the minis. The first day, our stop at Princess Cay was wisely aborted by Captain Nick Nash (our current fave) due to very windy conditions and rolling seas. We watched the tender rocking during the test launch and quickly decided to stay onboard before Captain Nash's announcement. So off we went. We loved the itinerary: St. Thomas, Martinique, Grenada, Bonaire, and our favorite island Aruba. The weather was wonderful in all ports. The ship, which we were very familiar with from previous sailings, was beautiful with little sign of wear and tear. The consist was all adults save for two (2) children we barely noticed. Dining was terrific throughout the entire cruise. We ate in the Symphony ATD and we requested and was given a regular 7:30pm table for two. We enjoyed the guests at the adjoining table - eventually a couple reserved that table as well and we had a fun and friendly conversation each night. Service in the DR, unfortunately, was inconsistent but this did not significantly diminish our experience. The food was excellent in the MDR. We had our traditional Prime Rib for night 1 delivered exactly as ordered, followed (not in order) by fish entrees, veal, duck, pork, and other beef selections -all terrific. Included were two or three Curtis Stone entrees - notable the Seafood Stew and the Pork Belly, both were very good. Look for the Norman Love Chocolate Journey desserts offered a few times during the cruise - incredible! Some last words about MDR dining: for those who complain about this venue, where do you all eat every night on land? Tablecloth tables, reset silverware, attentive non-intrusive service, and well-presented gourmet quality dishes - that's only a very special occasion dinner for us and usually a $150-$200 check to go with it. We found the MDR dining to be a primary value point for us on this cruise. We purchased the Gold 10 wine card but were disappointed that a listed Chablis was not available in the DR, but was in the Vines and Crooners Bar. We urge Princess to reevaluate their wine program to allow a wine card to be used in other venues and not just the DR. There's a new wine list, easy to navigate, with a few new selections including Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2010 & 2012 at $ 1,600 or a Chateau Petrus at $5,288. Me thinks Princess would be better served by adding some less expensive Bordeaux and other labels that may actually sell. Let's face it: If I could afford a $5,000 bottle of wine onboard, I wouldn't be on Princess. That said, the Gold Card program (average of $30/per bottle - choose up to $45, pay any difference above $45) worked well for us. We ate in the Crown Grill one night - we both wanted the Veal Chop. A rather indifferent waiter actually tried to talk us out of that choice. We found his demeanor odd for Princess - he was fixated on the percentage of meat to fat on the chop. The Veal chop btw, was excellent and had little fat content. We had the nice Silverado Cab with our meal there served in a very nice Silverado balloon glass. We only used the Horizon buffet twice, both times offered plenty of good choices. We think the back open deck is one of the best areas on the Royal. Also visited Alfredo's for a lunch - very, very good. The personal-sized pizzas at Alfredo's are far better than what's available at the pool deck. The much-discussed pool deck pizza has indeed changed but not for the better. While it wasn't awful, I can't imagine why Princess would change what was a winning and distinguishing formula if not to eventually discontinue or charge for the service. We understand Celebrity did this with their poolside hamburgers. Entertainment was a mixed bag. We missed the production shows but had seen them all before. We did not catch any main theater performers either. The Princess entertainment formula is pretty consistent these days: a singer/pianist for the Crooner Bar (Perry Grant), a party band (Rhapsody), a string quartet (missing, but they had a terrific violinist with his band on), a lounge band (Topaz), and a guitarist (Tony Delaney - he did a Bob Dylan set the last day). A steel drum player, excellent one at that, also performed. The fine ship's orchestra, led by the inimitable and irrepressible Gordon of model train fame were fabulous. We saw them do a trimmed down "Jazz Cats" show at the Wheelhouse a couple of nights and they also fronted the World Orchestra show in the Atrium near the end of the cruise. Top flight musicians - all of them. For the record, the Jazz Cats are: Gordon on sax and flute, Chris on trombone, trumpet, and flugelhorn, Ian on Piano, and the terrific Patrick, late of the Syracuse Symphony on drums. Riley, the fine orchestra guitarist, also performed solo for a couple of gigs and was excellent. We enjoyed conversing with the musicians and learning about why they continue to perform on cruises (gigs for real musicians are few and far between on land). The performers put on a fine Ye Olde Pub Night show in the Vista Lounge one night which we thoroughly enjoyed. Afterwards, the jolly, sotted policeman from the show stripped off his costume and took us upstairs to the 19th deck (putting green) for a Star-gazing event. He was very knowledgeable about such matters but the cloudy conditions somewhat foiled his efforts. Still, lots of fun! On the subject, new to us was the Retreat Pool area becoming the Retreat Lounge one evening and hosting the ever-popular BOGO (+$1) late night event. This is a brilliant idea - the lounge is reset with couches and nice lighting under balmy Caribbean skies. A full moon shown down. Cognacs were ordered. Everything was cool - until DJ Q showed up and forgot that the volume was on 11. Not to knock the estimable Mr. Q, but the Retreat Lounge vibe is not a Brooklyn disco circa 1977. On that topic, we heard more disco on this cruise then we did in the 70's - and for us, that's not a good thing. Anyway, we had to retreat from the Retreat Lounge to fend off hearing loss and a headache. We later told Gordon that the Jazz Cats would have been just splendid up there. DJ Q totally misread the vibe. I suppose disco is progress of a sort since in our early cruising life we had to deal with WW2-era music ad infinitum! We did not notice any aggressive selling onboard for this cruise. We thought staff was considerably off in numbers from past years. Still the staff were in fine form throughout the cruise. Our stateroom steward, Nat from Thailand, was excellent. We're back on in 60+ days for the crossing and the British Isles initial cruise for the season. We look forward to it! Great job, Royal Princess, and deserving of five stars for this cruise despite a few quibles. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
We are Elite members of Princess Loyalty so normally we pick Princess out of Ft. Lauderdale. We have been on the Regal many times, however each time we feel the service and quality of food and entertainment is not as good as it was when ... Read More
We are Elite members of Princess Loyalty so normally we pick Princess out of Ft. Lauderdale. We have been on the Regal many times, however each time we feel the service and quality of food and entertainment is not as good as it was when the ship first came out a few years ago. They have decreased the wait staff in the dining rooms and Anytime Dining is not any time. If you want to make a reservation, there are only three (3) times available: early or late. You can stand in line and get a reservation buzzer that will tell you when a table is available, however every time we were notified and were walked to our table, there were a lot of tables that were empty but had not been remade. The waiter has to remake his tables along with serving the seated guests in his area. One night, the Head Waiter pulled out waiter aside to remake three (3) large tables, meanwhile we sat and waited for him to bring our food from the kitchen. The first two nights it took 2 hours once we were seated to be served food and dessert. Thus we missed the late show. The same smaller staff is noticeable in the Horizon Buffet area. Also, Princess is the only line in which if you request a balcony room, you only get two (2) chairs to sit on during the cruise inside your room. If you want a sofa, you have to upgrade your room type. The Mini-Suite is nice in that you have a sofa and 2 TVs, however the bathroom is equipped with a tub/shower which is not good for seniors with replaced knees and hips. There is a good chance of a fall as the surface is slippery. The Loyalty cocktail party was great in Club 6, but when we had to move to the Vista Lounge due to a problem with Club 6, it was horrible. The Vista Lounge is the worst designed portion of the ship as the seating is impossible and there is no bar. Took 10 minutes to get our drink each night and the walkway to get the appetizers is dangerous when the ship is moving. The Vista is not a lounge, but a theater and should only be used for that purpose or they need to redesign and put an actual bar in, similar to the Emerald Princess. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2018
Princess Cruises has always offered a spectacular, sensational cruising experience. This cruise, my fifth with them (and I've sailed other lines including Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, and Disney), was smooth from start to finish. ... Read More
Princess Cruises has always offered a spectacular, sensational cruising experience. This cruise, my fifth with them (and I've sailed other lines including Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, and Disney), was smooth from start to finish. The food was enjoyable, and this included the formal dining rooms - where the wait staff was attentive - as well as the Horizon Court Buffet upstairs and the other casual eateries. The pizza is understandably well-rated, and this included the delicious gluten-free pizza my wife enjoyed once again. To that end, gluten free options on Princess have expanded since our last cruise two years ago. They offered or had available plenty of GF desserts, GF pancakes or toast made-to-order at any meal (including in the buffets), GF fresh-baked muffins (hot!), and a host of other choices in the formal dining rooms for the main courses and appetizers. The excursions and island destinations were also well-selected. We adventured ashore in each port. Shopping, while not a primary goal for us, was abundant in each port. We aimed to find great beaches - and did so. Some of the beaches we visited were truly unique, and recommended by the helpful Excursions staff even when we weren't booking an excursion through Princess. In addition, we took two Princess-managed excursions (an ATV trek in Cozumel, and a hike up Dunn's River Falls through the rushing water in Jamaica). My only comment for improvement with Princess is to review their Guest Services policies. We had an issue with their GS not addressing one of our issues at all promptly (waited over an hour, called multiple times). Perhaps it was an isolated incident, and in the end it did not dampen our amazing experience. As always, our cabin was incredibly clean and well-maintained, the cabin steward was friendly, and knew our names from the first day. The ship's WiFi has been significantly upgraded even since our in-laws were on this ship this past summer, and is lightning-fast for those who want it. The Medallion Net service is also fantastic for keeping up with events, planning your own calendar of must-do's, and generally navigating the ship / keeping up with your Stateroom Account. The entertainment we saw was top-notch, and the movie selections both for Movies Under the Stars and the in-cabin movies excelled. I highly recommend Princess Cruises above the other lines I have experienced. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
I just returned from my first ever cruise on the Regal Princess, sailing out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. We were on board for 7 beautiful days and had a wonderful time. We had great weather and I can't say enough about how wonderful the ... Read More
I just returned from my first ever cruise on the Regal Princess, sailing out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. We were on board for 7 beautiful days and had a wonderful time. We had great weather and I can't say enough about how wonderful the staff was to us the entire time we were on board. Embarkation was handled very smoothly and we were able to get to our stateroom quickly and were surprised to see our bags were waiting for us by the door. The staff worked diligently every day to be sure the ship was clean and ready for whatever we wanted to do. We enjoyed the "movies under the stars" as well as the live shows in the Princess Theatre. Enjoyed the wide variety of food on the 16th deck and the fact that food was always available whether we are in the food court, the bistro, the pizza bar, the ice cream and popcorn stand or in one of the many elegant dining rooms. The only down side I experienced with the food was that it never seemed to be hot. I like my hot food hot and my cold food cold. I understand the difficulty of keeping so much food hot since it was served in so many places on the ship. We booked four excursions, three thru the cruise line and one separate excursion company. The glass bottom boat excursion was a disappointment for the money, We didn't see much and the glass in the boat was old and cloudy. Waste of money. The stingray excursion was great although we didn't get in the water. The time we spent on Princess Cays was very enjoyable and the lunch provided by the cruise line was great. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
the cruise was great. it was our 6th cruise on Princess. Embankment and disembarment was so efficient. The food was great. You couldn’t ask any more from the servers. The only issue was the bathrooms. i brought it to some ones ... Read More
the cruise was great. it was our 6th cruise on Princess. Embankment and disembarment was so efficient. The food was great. You couldn’t ask any more from the servers. The only issue was the bathrooms. i brought it to some ones attention three times that the hand soap on 17 aft has been out of order for four days. Princess promotes washing hands to limit the spread of viruses. Finally, the person in charge of the area took care of it right away. i expresses my concern to customer service and also at the captain party and was advised there was two sinks, which i told them only one but nothing was done. Kudos to the the person in charge (sorry can’t remember her name) to get it fixed. Also quite a few bathrooms out of order for a few days ie near princess live International Cafe is fantastic we also found the serving staff a bit laid back., it is a compliment. they took the time to talk to you. Overall a great cruise Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed our cruise to princess cay, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. The embarkation was smooth, the food was excellent, and the employees were always cheerful and helpful. We ate one night at the crown grill and had a ... Read More
We thoroughly enjoyed our cruise to princess cay, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. The embarkation was smooth, the food was excellent, and the employees were always cheerful and helpful. We ate one night at the crown grill and had a superb steak dinner. We also enjoyed having several breakfasts in Sabatinis. It was nice to have a sit down breakfast with a waiter.. We also joined the chefs table dinner one night. If you can afford to splurge, the chefs table dinner is superb! Caribe deck, room 738. The suite was nice and spacious. The balcony is fairly narrow and the room layout is a little ackward. But overall, it was a nice cabin. The steward,Wilson, was available to help as needed. The entertainment in the main theatre was good but getting a seat required arriving at least 20 minutes early so plan accordingly. The comedian was really good! Enjoy! Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2018
This was our fourth cruise and all with Princess. In a sense we are newbies I suppose, but we have been pleased with Princess and see no reason to go elsewhere. Stayed at the SpringHill Suites. Stay was fine but the shuttle to cruise ... Read More
This was our fourth cruise and all with Princess. In a sense we are newbies I suppose, but we have been pleased with Princess and see no reason to go elsewhere. Stayed at the SpringHill Suites. Stay was fine but the shuttle to cruise port was terrible. In the past they offered free shuttle and arrived within 20min by a van shuttle. This time we were charged $10/pp and in a larger bus it took 1 1/2hrs...unacceptable and most likely will not book there again. Love the Regal Princess. Embarkation was flawless and fast. My wife’s sister and her husband are platinum and were able to board a bit earlier. They were able to book the Sanctuary. SHIP- The Regal and her sister Royal are beautiful. They are large and hold a large number of guests, 3,560. We all found ourselves saying (other than elevators after muster) we never felt the ship crowded. It was always clean and well kept up. SANCTUARY- We love the Sanctuary and enjoy the peace and quiet it offers. The staff is amazing and treats us like royalty. Hats off to Maktum who served us daily and saw to our every need. DINNING- did the buffet the first day and was as expected....crowded, mass rush for food, and hard to find seating. But typical for first day. Food was good, a good variety, but hard to get what you wanted with the crowd. We mostly visited the Symphony DR and were always pleased with the service, selection and quality. We’d eat as a group of six and never really heard a complaint. We’d also do breakfast in the Symphony DR. We did receive a free up charge to eat at Crown. It was fabulous and the waiters were top notch. I’d pay the up charge for the experience again. PORTS Princess Cay... we have never been to Princess Cays and it was nice to catch a tender and walk the beach and grab a bite to eat. The food was just so-so. We were not on long. Next time we’d bring our snorkel gear and hang a little longer. Falmouth, Jamaica... we only went ashore to check out the port and walk a little. The port area is very nice. Once we got through the gate toward town we were hounded by sales of tours and any items you could imagine. There was a lot of police presence there and the farther we walked into town the sketchier it became. We had had enough of the folks approaching us with sales so we just headed back. Grand Cayman... through Princess we did the Stingray Encounter, turtle farm, and Hell excursion. It was a blast and would recommend it. The guys for our Stingray Encounter were faboulous. They would bring the stingrays up and allow us to hold and feed them. Very gentle creatures. Cozumel... through Princess we did the Chocolate Seaside Workshop, Tasting, and Wine Pairing. Nice shorter excursion. Very well done and informative and the wine pairing was very interesting. ENTERTAINMENT- we tried to catch the 10:00pm show nightly and really enjoyed every performance. Also enjoyed other entertainment throughout the ship. After our fourth cruise we feel we are settling into the idea of cruising and have another Princess cruise set for the end of the year on the Coral for a 15 day Panama Canal cruise. We do recommend Princess and if you can try to book on the Regal or Royal...they are beautiful. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2018
We had been to all these ports before - we went to get out of the cold and be warm for a week. We had been on the Regal 2 years ago, so it very familiar. Embarkation and disembarkation were flawless. The staff were very good and were ... Read More
We had been to all these ports before - we went to get out of the cold and be warm for a week. We had been on the Regal 2 years ago, so it very familiar. Embarkation and disembarkation were flawless. The staff were very good and were not intrusive. The food remains very good - the best of all the cruise lines we have been on. The activities were geared to our age group. The ship entertainers were average. We had a larger balcony room and enjoyed the extra space. We love that this ship has on-demand movies and shows in the cabins. The casino was a hit, even though I just broke even. We enjoyed all the Canadians on this cruise as they are so friendly and easy to get along with. We had a great time and overall everything went well. We will continue to be Princess cruisers Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
Cruise was great! Embarkation/disembarkation from Port Everglades was the best we have ever experienced. Fast and effiecient. Food was excellent! Never had a bad meal. There were always seats available to eat in the Horizon Court, and ... Read More
Cruise was great! Embarkation/disembarkation from Port Everglades was the best we have ever experienced. Fast and effiecient. Food was excellent! Never had a bad meal. There were always seats available to eat in the Horizon Court, and even when it was busier, we sat outside aft in the warmth! Our cabin (E719) was good, no complaints, other than the bathroom being a bit small (2 of us couldn't be there at the sink at the same time) but the shower was a good size. Our cabin attendant was EXCELLENT! When leaving the cabin to go for breakfast, our room was made up within the 20 minutes we were gone! Always kept the ice bucket filled and in the fridge (as requested on first day) ! Entertainment was good, productions shows great!! Service was always A+, although we had anytime dining, and we did have a couple of slow nights at dinner. The staff in the Horizon Court were excellent! Never had to look for someone to get beverages, etc. They were very attentive, friendly and efficient. The enrichment activities seemed to be pushed towards shopping and not the port itself. Can't wait to get cruising again! Summer 2019 Alaska!! Read Less
Sail Date: January 2018
we chose this cruise mainly for the itinerary. Overall was very nice to get away from chilly Canada. We had way more rain this time, and was very disappointed in the fact that our stop to Turks was cancelled due to bad weather. I ... Read More
we chose this cruise mainly for the itinerary. Overall was very nice to get away from chilly Canada. We had way more rain this time, and was very disappointed in the fact that our stop to Turks was cancelled due to bad weather. I understand but still sad as this was my 100% reason for picking this cruise. What really ruined this time for us was that the ship seemed to have an extra large amount of of rude, angry and self absorbed people. And it was "older people" who were behaving this way so it was very upsetting. The very worst of humanity it seems as found them pushy, angry and quite willing to argue over stupid things!!! It really makes me sad, we love cruising but this just was so upsetting not sure we want to go back any time soon. :( The crew themselves and everything else was amazing other then should go back to 3 shows a night not the two, as lack of chairs caused lots of anger as well :(. I loved movies under the stars nights so much.... was very humbling to stop at ST Thomas and see the kindness of those who lost so much. That was the best at seeing humanity at its best.... and for that I do thank you for that experience. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2018
Having traveled a number of years ago on Emerald Princess, I was keen to try out this much larger ship. It is interesting that from the outside, it does look a bit like a multi-storey car park, but once inside it is very easy to navigate ... Read More
Having traveled a number of years ago on Emerald Princess, I was keen to try out this much larger ship. It is interesting that from the outside, it does look a bit like a multi-storey car park, but once inside it is very easy to navigate and it takes no time at all to become familiar with the public spaces. We had deluxe balcony cabin M510 on deck 15. Well appointed and spacious, excellent functional bathroom and plenty of storage space. Cabin sound insulation excellent too. What I enjoy most about Princess are the informality and easiness, but the excellent quality of service and food & wine.All of the staff we came into contact with were delightful, very polite and helpful. Food in all areas was exceptional, especially the Crown Grill which is WELL worth the 29 dollar supplement.The enclave in the Lotus Spa is a wonderful place to relax and was certainly worth the 199 dollars for ten days. All in all, a lovely ship, with a lovely relaxed vibe and excellent customer service. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
Sailed from 1/19-1/29. This was my first time on the Royal. While it was a beautiful ship with great service, there were a few things I didn't care for. I love pools. For a ship of this size, they needed a few more. You ... Read More
Sailed from 1/19-1/29. This was my first time on the Royal. While it was a beautiful ship with great service, there were a few things I didn't care for. I love pools. For a ship of this size, they needed a few more. You couldn't swim since it was full of people just standing in it. Maybe if they had one just for people who wanted to do laps? I also despised the Princess Live venue. We went to one event in there due to the seating. All of the events in there could have been handled better in the the bar at the back of the ship that was empty most of the time. I'm glad I changed my cabin from M101 to a Mini suite on the Aloha as this cruise was very windy. I don't think i would have gotten much use out of the balcony at the front. I loved my cabin A526 and my steward Prachack was wonderful. We ate in the Allegro every night but 2 at 8:15. Ferdinand was our waiter and Marjita (sp?) was his helper. They were both wonderful, we even got some video with them the last night as we serenaded the room (I'm sure they loved it) with the theme from The Love Boat. We skipped the first formal night since there was football on MUTS (we lost) and went to the Crown Grill on another night. Everyone who said to eat a light lunch that day was right...so much food. One of the best filets that I've ever eaten. The only paid excursion we did was a 4 hour catamaran ride in St. Lucia and it was good. They didn't advertise the free rum punches so that was a nice surprise. And homemade tuna and egg salad sandwiches. In St. Kitts we went to the Carambola Beach Club. $30 for 2 chairs and an umbrella. Nice beach. I recommend the water taxi even if it's a few dollars more than a shuttle. In Antigua and Barbados we just wandered, took pictures and had good local food. St. Thomas is still showing hurricane damage, Paradise Point is still closed and doesn't look like it will be opening any time soon. Found my Bushwhacker at the Rum Hut. We missed Grand Turk due to weather. All in all, a very lovely cruise but next time I'm back on a smaller ship. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
The cruise was chosen because we live 40 minutes from Baltimore. We have cruised on the Grandeur numerous times, and the service staff has always been friendly. The food is good in both the Windjammer and the Great Gatsby Dining ... Read More
The cruise was chosen because we live 40 minutes from Baltimore. We have cruised on the Grandeur numerous times, and the service staff has always been friendly. The food is good in both the Windjammer and the Great Gatsby Dining Room, but the service is outstanding. I must say that the shows put on by the Royal Caribbean singers and Dancers are good but the shows are getting stale by now as they have not been changed in a decade. The excuse always given is that the sets are expensive, which is a poor reason for not refreshing them on a regular basis. Passengers do not choose cruises for expensive productions. Half the passengers were Diamond or above and have seen the productions dozens of times. The Centrum entertainment was good and the Celebration Band was excellent with a great range of music categories. Royal Caribbean Cruise Director's staff was excellent. Orlando was outstanding and a great goodwill ambassador. I have to point out that Romar and Yogi our servers were outstanding professionals and their work ethic and personal qualities were typical of what we have come to expect from the Grandeur of the Seas staff. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2018
This is our 7th Princess Line ship we have sailed on and we where not disappointed. Although I do like the smaller Princess ships ie. Emerald, Caribbean, Star ect. the Royal was a pleasant surprise. Was able to do the embarkation process ... Read More
This is our 7th Princess Line ship we have sailed on and we where not disappointed. Although I do like the smaller Princess ships ie. Emerald, Caribbean, Star ect. the Royal was a pleasant surprise. Was able to do the embarkation process and be in our cabin by 11:30am. So therefore embarkation was timely and organized. Unpacked and then started the trip with many photos, meeting new people, and lunch by 2pm. This ship is very spacious and offers an array of lounges, bars, shops, restaurants and activities. Even the International Café is open 24 hours a day. What is nice on the Royal vs. the Regal is the 16th Lido deck and 17th aft is designed for those who want more resting and relaxing with a great view of the ocean. With many padded wicker lounges and chairs to offer cruises and the 17th deck aft numerous lounger chairs for sunbathers. The Regal offers a nice pool on the 17th whereas the Royal took out the pool and offers more lounger chair, dinning chair and tables. Always many friendly people talking about where they are from and sharing their life stories or traveling experience. The winds where very high during first half of the 10 day travel but settled throughout the remaining cruise. I would recommend this ship for a cruiser that wants space without compromising creature comforts. Even the interior cabin was quiet and met our needs for space and traveling. Food during formal nights was exquisite. Activities on board was endless and met our needs. Trip excursions where great and we couldn't of had a better vacation. Read Less
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