Emerald Princess Cruise Review by emillay999: Copenhagen to Fort Lauderdale
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Copenhagen to Fort Lauderdale
The ship is wonderful and well taken care of. Food was excellent throughout although it was repeated in the buffet often and got a little boring, it was still very good. The age of the average guest on this cruise was 70-- and boy can those guys push and shove. Lots of handicapped people, including my husband! The crew and staff are well equipped for that population and were nice and smiling and respectful day after day.
Entertainment bordered on average. Production shows were good and so was anything the cruise director's staff put on. Comedians weren't that good, nor the jugglers. There were some sour chamber music played often in the Piazza, and also a hula hooper and a Chinese balance spinner. Ho hum. The lounge acts were good, however.
Ports were awesome-- just never enough time in them. We had some great days in Greenock Scotland, (super tour of Loch Loman and a Wool area) Reykjavik Iceland (went to Blue Lagoon and was disappointed and a wonderful day in More Greenland with natives doing music and so friendly This itinerary is delightful.
Internet sucked on the ship. What a waste!
Embarkation and Disembarkation were well organized and easy to follow. Compliments to Princess on that. Less
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