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Coral Princess Cruise Review by myretirementcruises: Coral Princess Panama Cruise


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Cabin 5.0
Dining 5.0
Embarkation 5.0
Enrichment Activities Not Rated
Entertainment 1.0
Family & Children Not Rated
Fitness & Recreation 3.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Rates 4.0
Service 5.0
Shore Excursions 5.0
Value for Money 5.0

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Coral Princess Panama Cruise

Sail Date: January 2012
Destination: Panama Canal & Central America
Embarkation: Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

This is a beautiful ship. Not crowded and you could always find a chair on deck. We met new friends and our dining room experience really made this cruise one of the best we have had. Too bad about no entertainment to speak of. We were on the ship for 14 days and there was practically nothing going on unless you paid a fee. The cruise persons in charge of activities were rude and laughed at us. We even walked out of one of the games because they changed the rules in the middle of the game and laughed at us!!! very rude! The entertainment at night was even repeated several times!!! A couple evenings there wasn't even a show!!!! At 10:00 everyone went to bed!!!!

The buffet was very small and always had left overs from what we had for dinner the night before!!!!

The daily planner was useless! There was things going on that weren't in the daily planner. We were really discussed with the organization on the boat.

What a lovely boat. Great trip thru the canal. They More even had a person narrating all the way thru. This was perfect! The food in the dining room was excellent too!

Our biggest complaint was the access to drinks. If you wanted coffee, tea or lemonade you had to go into the buffet all the way up on deck 14. No drinks at the pizza area or the grill. They had a bar but you had to buy those drinks. Very poor, just trying to make you pay for everything. Even the tour of the ship was $150 per person. Less


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Cabin review: Coral Princess Interior Double Baja Deck p534

For an inside cabin it was excellent. Lots and Lots of storage. Lots of space around the beds and a dressing area. Only thing is the shower was the smallest we have every had on any boat we have sailed on. All the furnishings were top of the line! loved the room

Port and Shore Excursions


Been there before so just walked around. Tours started at over $100 each!!!
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There was a new boat that took you to old town for a small fee of $5 each roundtrip. Lovely day!!!

An unspoiled town. Lovely, not taken over by the cruise ships yet. Prices for handicrafts was very reasonable. Loved this port

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