Next Port of Call: Memory Lane

May 13, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Nine years ago, Cruise Critic member Shayna20 stepped onto Caribbean Princess for the first time. When she returned to the ship this past Easter season, she found it just as enjoyable as she remembered.
Traveling with two other couples, Shayna20 and her husband, both Platinum members with Princess, flew in early to ensure a swift embarkation, although they already expected it with their top-tier perks.


Shayna20 found the ship, although lovingly worn, decorated for Easter. And she rediscovered beauty in public areas she hadn’t roamed through for nearly a decade.
Between admirable service, entertainment and doses of down time on the ship, the group made the most of each day. Even with plans in each port of call — including a private day trip to Roatan’s Little French Key (thanks to her Cruise Critic roll call) — Shayna20 feels there was “not enough time to do it all.” Third time’s a charm?
Read Shayna20’s full review to catch up on her experience in Little French Key before jumping over to Cozumel and Belize.

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One Response to “Next Port of Call: Memory Lane”

  1. Millie
    May 13th, 2014 @ 10:55 am

    I understand that the Caribbean Princess is in dry dock….we are scheduled to be on this ship VERY VERY soon. Can’t wait.
    We also are Platinum Passengers & in a Suite. Looking forward to the pampering.

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