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Buenos Aires to South America Princess Crown Princess Cruise Reviews
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Interesting visit to South American Countries
"We were going to Patagonia, but we decided Uruguay would work better. Embarkation was problematic. We were robbed in security in Buenos Aires. Why have security cameras if the face is unclear? We got to see the..."Read More
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Loved Rio!

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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SandyCruising

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We have been on this ship several times in the last couple years. The ship is ok-not our favorite. Had some great crew members take care of this time on the ship. The crew in Crooner's Bar was awesome(especially Vish). Carmine in Vines was awesome as well. We only did one tour with the ship. Most of the time we like to explore ports on our own. The entertainment was good --some just ok but some ...
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Sail Date: March 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Interior

6 Helpful Votes


Crown maybe older but is still a classy gal

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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satxdiver

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We chose this cruise on the basis of itinerary and were not disappointed. We embarked in Buenos Aires and disembarked in Port Everglades. Both went very smoothly and quickly but we have Global Entry with let us pass the mass of people waiting to clear immigration. Be sure to have your card as they don't have a fingerprint reader. We ate every dinner and most breakfasts in the MDR and found the ...
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Sail Date: March 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony

1 Helpful Vote


Interesting visit to South American Countries

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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NatalieS

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We were going to Patagonia, but we decided Uruguay would work better. Embarkation was problematic. We were robbed in security in Buenos Aires. Why have security cameras if the face is unclear? We got to see the film of the guy stealing our stuff. Why didn't all of our stuff come through the conveyor belt? The cabin was comfortable; the service and amenities were good; the food was lovely, ...
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Sail Date: March 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Oceanview (obstructed view)

7 Helpful Votes


Mostly smooth sailing

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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Alwaysexploring

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We are partial to Princess and chose this cruise because it included the Falkland Islands as well as rounding Cape Horn. The highlight was seeing Magellenic, Gentoo and King penguins in Puerto Madryn and on the Falklands. The weather was fabulous around Cape Horn. Amalia Glacier was a disappointment after having seen more spectacular glaciers in Alaska. The tendering was not well organized, ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Balcony

1 Helpful Vote


Very satisfactory overall

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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Exiled1

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

We took this cruise as part of a longer holiday in South America. Frankly I am amazed at the two earlier whinging reviews published but then again, regular cruisers will recognise the types who never seem satisfied. It must be remembered that this cruise was priced mid-range and therefore one cannot expect five-seven star crushing. Nonetheless we had a great time. Embarcation and ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Oceanview

3 Helpful Votes


A bit disappointing

Review for Crown Princess to South America

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Dpfn3898

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

Ship was comfortable and was did not feel overcrowded. The trip was chosen as an adventure to celebrate a 60th birthday and also to visit the falklands, stayed in Buenos Aries for a few days beforehand, joining the ship was fairly painless and got on early. Staff were very friendly and helpful, mini suite was comfortable although starting to look is age and could do with some renovation which I ...
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Sail Date: February 2017

Departure Port: San Francisco

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony

1 Helpful Vote


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