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Acapulco Romantic Cruises Cruise Reviews

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Egypt & Holy Land

Review for Marella Celebration to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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joeholiday2

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

The whole cruise was just what we needed, a lovely break with great weather. We only really went for the sun and the itinerary was not one that particularly inspired us, so it was a chance to relax. We only did Jerusalem and Bethlehem as a tour and just walked off at the other ports (with the exception of Port Said). Alexandria is the biggest dump I have seen, a horrible, smelly place where they ...
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Sail Date: May 2013


Fabulous Itinerary for Eco-Cruisers

Review for Coral Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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Tikibird

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

24 April-Acapulco EmbarkationWe spent 2 nights in Acapulco prior to the cruise, there were no problems whatsoever and we felt no threats or danger. We stuck to the touristy things-cliff divers, Papagayo Park, the Zocalo (where we ate breakfast with normal Mexican people in a cafe) and some markets. We also did the Walmart run to stock up on soft drinks-Dr Pepper, sunscreen and bug spray. We got ...
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Sail Date: April 2011

Cabin Type: Balcony


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The Coral..Nice Ship...Wish it were non-smoking, though...

Review for Coral Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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Angiet2

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

Room #C204 AF (mini suite, no balcony) CategoryEmbarkation: We flew from Tijuana (we live in San Diego) to Acapulco on Volaris Air. This was a nice experience (great price, too!) even though practically none of the employees spoke English. The airplane was clean and the seats were comfortable (leather). We took the red eye flight from Tijuana to ACA; landed at 6:30 AM and had a tour / airport ...
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Sail Date: April 2011


Panama Canal - March 5 - 15, 2011

Review for Coral Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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zahav1

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

Ship's Description Coral was built as a Panamax ship; therefore it's narrower than most new ships and long. There are 2,000 passengers therefore the sq. ft of space per passenger is extremely large. The ship is also designed so the passengers can view the Panama Canal and Alaska views from many different points. The Horizon Court is at the front with large windowed view. There are also multiple ...
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Sail Date: March 2011


Tropical Cruise Magic

Review for Oceana to Panama Canal & Central America

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Brian Wilson

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

The cruise on P & O's Oceana appeared to have it all. Flying from Glasgow to Acapulco with Thomson Airlines and boarding the ship in this romantic spot (on Valentine's day) Thereafter sailing south on the Pacific Ocean before a daytime transit of one of mankind's historic engineering feats through the Panama Canal to the Caribbean. Followed by visits to four romantic and exotic Caribbean Islands. ...
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Sail Date: February 2011

Cabin Type: Balcony Stateroom with Shower


Amazing full transit on the Coral

Review for Coral Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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cruise2relax

6-10 Cruises

Age 50s

Background: We are two couples ranging for mid-30s to early-50s and travel together quite often (8 cruises in the last 5 years). On our first cruise, our best friends and travel companions became engaged on the balcony of the Caribbean Princess. Now on the Coral, our gift for their five year anniversary is a renewal of vows package on this cruise. We live in New England so we headed out a ...
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Sail Date: October 2010

Cabin Type: Balcony


Family Adventure on a Beautiful Ship

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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mizLORInj

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

We arrived in Acapulco around 10am, cleared customs, boarded our Princess transfer bus, and were off to the port in about 45 minutes. The ride to the port took about an hour. Upon arrival at the pier around noon, we were happy to see no lines anywhere! We walked right up to the counter to check in and then right onto the ship with no wait. If you use the Princess transfer from the airport, your ...
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Sail Date: March 2010

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony

Traveled with children


Panamaximum overdrive on Island Princess!

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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TravlGrl

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

We booked this 10-night Panama Canal full transit cruise while aboard another Princess cruise 16 months earlier. Booking far in advance lends itself to a certain level of anticipation that sometimes builds higher-than-necessary expectations from having envisioned the cruise over and over, researched and planned excursions, and read and re-read every other review on the planet, and then talked and ...
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Sail Date: March 2010

Cabin Type: Interior


Panama Canal - Everything We Had Hoped For!

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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sandyoftheseas

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

Background: We are a professional couple...him late 30's, her late 40's. This was our 8th cruise together, 6th on Princess. We've previously sailed on the Sun Princess, Dawn Princess, Grand Princess, Crown Princess, and Ruby Princess. We consider ourselves somewhat well-traveled usually with multiple trips out of the country each year. Pre-cruise: We arrived in Acapulco a day early. We had ...
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Sail Date: March 2010

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony


Great Ports on a Full Transit of The Panama Canal!

Review for Island Princess to Panama Canal & Central America

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artsy-girl

First Time Cruiser

This was the 5th cruise with Princess for my husband and I. We love waking up and being someplace new everyday. We chose this cruise because of it's interesting ports, and of course for the full transit of the Panama Canal. We flew to Acapulco a day before and stayed in the Fiesta Americana Villas. Acapulco was very nice and we had a glorious view from our hotel room,...especially at dawn.The only ...
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Sail Date: March 2010

Cabin Type: Interior


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