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The itinerary was great. Food quality was not the same as it has been before when we sailed in 2016 with Caribbean Princess. - [ ] New York receiving people are not very helpful - [ ] Once onboard the Safety training had nothing to ... Read More
The itinerary was great. Food quality was not the same as it has been before when we sailed in 2016 with Caribbean Princess. - [ ] New York receiving people are not very helpful - [ ] Once onboard the Safety training had nothing to do with safety - [ ] Food was not up to past princess sailings - [ ] Sanitizing was way out of control. Sinks in fresh market slowed the process. - [ ] Wait staff not friendly nor very helpful. - [ ] Security staff are out right rude! - [ ] room steward was excellent - [ ] Medallion made it easy to enter cabins. - [ ] Medallion apps are somewhat confusing and I’m a tech guy. - [ ] Cabin was cold. - [ ] No posting of dinner menu, as I was rushed at dinner by the waiter this would have been helpful. - [ ] Medallion made embarkation easy. - [ ] Poor choices in dinner menu. - [ ] Sabatini was the best meal and service I had on board. - [ ] Quebec city representatives were very helpful. - [ ] Itinerary was very good. - [ ] Polite cabin stewards. - [ ] Port exits were good. - [ ] Excursions were good and timely. - [ ] Entertainment was good but not enough seating. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
We chose this cruise from vacations to go for a last minute trip. The price was really great and the destination was northeast and Canada. Embarking was super but the room was disappointing. Not for location, but for cleanliness. The rug ... Read More
We chose this cruise from vacations to go for a last minute trip. The price was really great and the destination was northeast and Canada. Embarking was super but the room was disappointing. Not for location, but for cleanliness. The rug in the room was old, stained and dirty. We did not bring slippers because we called princess earlier and the rep said all we had to do was ask. Well that proved to be futile, I emailed Princess during the trip to complain and we finally got them day 3. Meanwhile, I had lined the floor with pool towels. Day 4 we asked for our room cleaned. The steward (who we pre tipped in cash although we did opt to pay gratuities) made up our bed in the same sheets, they were wrinkled with hair in them. The bathroom had hair, the sink wasn't cleaned and the rug had not been vacuumed. I know because we removed the pool towels prior and some cookie crumbs were on the rug. They were still there. The soap on the sink was mashed into the pre formed counter top. There were tea ring stains on the desk. etc. The ship ran out of smoked salmon day 5. Even though they were in nova scotia! The hash browns are GREASY!! There was no lactose free food in the buffet, everything except cold cuts had milk, cream, cheese and butter. No dairy free desserts except jello. Later on, while we were in the disco, an employee entered our room without permission with our privacy notice on the door to bring us chocolate strawberries that neither of us could eat. All of our personal items were out in the room, our handbags, our jewelry, my computer was up and running, they entered and violated our privacy. Princess has changed from our 2 previous cruises with them. Floor supervisor was nasty. When customer service called to ask why we were not happy. She said she was sorry we did not appreciate the gift of strawberries. They still don't get that it wasn't the strawberries we were mad at, it was the violation of privacy, oh and yes, the dirty room. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
I wanted to visit Greenland and since the ship was going right out of NYC near where I live, I thought it was an easy choice. I'd gotten an upgrade from obstructed to unobstructed view but they'd forgotten to mention that it ... Read More
I wanted to visit Greenland and since the ship was going right out of NYC near where I live, I thought it was an easy choice. I'd gotten an upgrade from obstructed to unobstructed view but they'd forgotten to mention that it was right above the forward gangplank so whenever we got to a port, we were woken very early. :( The ship was well maintained and comfortable. However, I have a number of complaints. 1) The food was only okay (even the specialty restaurant we tried was okay) and I think Princess needs to work on making the food more flavorful and their steaks less tough. 2) The entertainment was good (the last show was excellent) but we had to get to the theater an HOUR plus before the show just to get any seats. It was standing room only for the productions shows and we didn't even see one because of the crowding. They really need to have other things going on during the shows so that more people would have something else to do. 3) The tender situation in Greenland was awful. The two GL ports with tenders had hours long lines to get in and out. We waited 2 hours to get off the ship and about an hour to get back on in one port. The other GL port, Nanortilik, was worse. If you go, get off as soon as the ship docks early in the morning. That being said, Greenland did not disappoint. I was sooooo glad I went. It was gorgeous and the people friendly. 4) Back to the ship. There were NO port talks at all so except for the printout for each port, there was no way to get information as to what to do there. This was completely unacceptable especially since GL had very little info online anyway. 5) And don't even get me started on the excursions. I waited for months for the GL excursions to come up so I could book them but much as I checked, they never appeared on the Princess website. So by the time I got to the ship, everything was booked and there were waiting lists. Since I'd gotten frustrated 5-6 months before the cruise, I did book a trip with Viator in Nuuk on my own and I'm very glad I did because I'd have been very frustrated otherwise. 6) They are starting a new thing with medallions. I really didn't like them and found them creepy (your face came up on the room screen before you got into the room and other places, too - the privacy issues were a problem for me). Also they didn't work if you were ordering drinks since the bar staff had to take down your name and room number anyway. The not complaints The embarkation and disembarkation were very easy. The ship was lovely. The ports were great. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We received a Princess brochure which included Canadian Maritime Provinces and Greenland. It peaked our interest, particularly Greenland which is an unusual destination. We felt it would be an ideal place to visit before it shows up ... Read More
We received a Princess brochure which included Canadian Maritime Provinces and Greenland. It peaked our interest, particularly Greenland which is an unusual destination. We felt it would be an ideal place to visit before it shows up on more itineraries and gets overrun with "tourist" shops; jewelry stores and t shirt shops etc. The itinerary was 16 days, but only 6 ports, so a lot of sea days which are relaxing. We sailed on Caribbean Princess before and enjoyed the ship. Good weather and enjoyed the ports taking 2 Princess excursions in Canada (Halifax and Sydney). We opted for a Hop-on-off in St Johns which was excellent and inexpensive. Greenland tours were extremely expensive and limited so we decide to explore on our own and were pleased with that decision. Tendering at 2 Greenland ports was awful, taking over 2 hours or more. Princess did a dreadful job handling this and they have been to Greenland before so they should have planned better. Very interesting places and very glad we took the trip. Rustic. Almost like a glimpse into the past! Overall meals were very good but not great but we did opt for a few specialty restaurants and these were great. Princess buffet dining is OK for breakfast or lunch but not really as well organized as some other cruise lines. Entertainment was probably excellent however seating was far too limited because of the show times of 6:30 and 8:30pm wherein many people ate at 5pm and went to both shows. Really good music is lounges with something for everyone. Finally, this was a Medallion Class ship. Princess loves this concept but frankly it is much like the cruise card with more chances to buy drinks and gamble, and might be fun for kids. I didn't think much of it. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
This review is being written by a husband with a scooter-bound wife. We chose this cruise for the Greenland destination. In general, we enjoyed the cruise with only a few minor issues. Note to handicapped cruisers: If you or your ... Read More
This review is being written by a husband with a scooter-bound wife. We chose this cruise for the Greenland destination. In general, we enjoyed the cruise with only a few minor issues. Note to handicapped cruisers: If you or your travelling companion are mobility impaired, understand from the outset that there are many activities you may not be able to do (e.g.; get in and out of a tender to go ashore). If you use an electric scooter to get around, the ship's carpeting will consume your scooter's battery charge at a prodigious rate - you will need to carry your battery charger with you. You will also find many spots on the ship will be a tight fit. These issues are not unique to this cruise, or for that matter, Princess - handicapped cruisers will find them on any cruise from any line. A little forethought will minimize the inconveniences. Now on to the review proper: Embarkation: We used Princess-arranged transportation and flew in on the embarkation day. I recommend other cruisers do the same, as once you get on your flight, getting you to the ship is guaranteed by the cruise line. That said, delays with getting all the luggage screened delayed the ship departure for about 2 hours. Disembarkation: Our disembarkation flight was arranged by Princess. Our originally scheduled disembarkation time was unreasonably close to our flight departure time, so I had it moved up. Our luggage did not come off with our disembarkation, causing a minor panic. In the end, we got our luggage and made our flight; we would not have done so had we kept our original disembarkation time. The Ship: We have been on the Caribbean Princess before. The ship was in good condition, clean, and everything worked. While on the subject of the ship, I took the Ultimate Ship Tour that covers the working of the ship. This tour is not heavily promoted and you can only sign up for it while on board, but it is well worth it. The Cabin: We had Rivera (deck 14) 312 - an interior handicapped accessible cabin which we got as it was the last handicapped accessible cabin available for this cruise. While we would have preferred an obstructed view cabin lower down, this cabin was good. I have two comments on the cabin: 1) the bathroom door was close to the closet, which made for fancy scooter maneuvering for my wife to get in and out of the bathroom, and 2) you only get 2 electrical outlets in the cabin. Both of them were by the desk, which meant we had to get an extension cord to allow the scooter to stay by the bed while charging. Dining: In general, we ate at the buffet, avoiding the dining rooms and upcharge restaurants. We found the quality and variety of food to be good, but sometimes getting a table near an electrical outlet was a problem (see the Note to Handicapped Cruisers above). A minor gripe at the buffet was that the carving station was frequently unstaffed. We did have two "pub lunches" - we found the food at the pub lunches to be authentic and well prepared. Entertainment and Activities: The challenge for seeing production shows in the Princess Theater was getting into the theater in the first place. You had to be in your seat at least an hour before the performance start. To Princess's credit, they scheduled extra performances so eventually everyone could see the shows. The shows themselves were of high quality. Also good was the magician (Michael Barron), who also did a demonstration on how to perform some simple tricks. As is true of any cruise line, many of the onboard activities involved trying to sell you things. I have mentioned the Ultimate Ship Tour showing the working of the ship; do take it. In lighter entertainment, the cruise director lampooned the elevator situation with a game called "Elevator Roulette". Service: We put in an extra shout out for our cabin steward Dexter Dineros for service above and beyond the call of sanity. Other service folks were equally nice and helpful. Ports and Shore Excursions: Since my wife is scooter bound, we were limited to bus tours in Canadian ports (Halifax, Sidney, and St. John's). These tours were excellent. Greenland is very hilly and was largely inaccessible for scooter-bound people like my wife. She did get off the ship and onto the pier at Nuuk, but to go any further would have involved a long hill climb. The ports we visited in Greenland were small, and our cruise ship essentially doubled the ports' population for the day. As for the tours themselves: Nuuk: I took a walking tour that started in a Greenlander's house, we then went to the center of town where our tour guide gave us maps of the city and turned us loose. Qaqortoq: This was a tender port, so my wife stayed on the ship. I took a walking tour of the town, and this tour guide stayed with us the whole time. This tour was nice. Nanortalik: This was a tender port. Unfortunately, my wife and I had developed colds and so stayed on the ship. We heard from other cruisers that the local elementary school had sent its students to the landing to practice their English with the cruisers. Would we go on this cruise again? Yes Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We decided to take this cruise to visit Greenland which we have never visited previously. Embarkation went smoothly and we were whisked aboard Caribbean Princess quickly with their new Medallion Class. Greenland was an amazing place. ... Read More
We decided to take this cruise to visit Greenland which we have never visited previously. Embarkation went smoothly and we were whisked aboard Caribbean Princess quickly with their new Medallion Class. Greenland was an amazing place. Fortunately, we had sunny days with high temperatures in the low 50s. My wife and I enjoyed touring the three ports and cities where we stopped in Greenland. The people were friendly and always greeted us with large smiles. Caribbean Princess' staff went above and beyond in all areas of service which you would expect on a cruise. Our cabin was terrific and kept ship shape by our outstanding Cabin Stewart. Dining on the Caribbean Princess was outstanding. The food was high quality and delicious and varied during the cruise. Entertainment was terrific and ranged from production shows, comics, singers,and instrumentalists throughout the cruise. I would recommend this cruise to anyone who wants to visit Greenland. My wife and I would definitely take this cruise again! Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We chose this cruise for the port itinerary and length of cruise. We've done a CNE twice before (7 and 14 days, in October) and wanted warmer weather, less rain this time. We've cruised w Princess before and DH was not ... Read More
We chose this cruise for the port itinerary and length of cruise. We've done a CNE twice before (7 and 14 days, in October) and wanted warmer weather, less rain this time. We've cruised w Princess before and DH was not impressed with the food, about 5 years ago. However on this cruise, dinner was delightful each evening. We had My Time Dining and made reservations each day, always requesting Table 210 for 4# in the Island MDR. We landed at this table on Day 1, and the server, Viktoria R, was the absolute best waiter we have experienced on the seas. Attention to detail, recommendations were spot on for each of us, friendly, professional - she didn't miss a beat. We had 2 nights when our reservation was moved to another MDR, when we showed up, we were instructed to go elsewhere - which was a pain and no explanation was provided by the HW or host in the Island and when we arrived upstairs, that dining room team was confused as to why tables were being sent to them. After 2 nights of chaos, the reservation returned to table 210# and all was right in the world, at least for dinner. Memorable food - the prime rib, early in the cruise was outstanding, honey mustard dressing was raved about at the table, and a chocolate dessert - with cookies and ice cream was the bomb, but each night dinner at table 210# was a treat and no complaints from our foodies. Now back to the review - after we booked, we learned about the new Medallions - registering online was difficult to take the photo, upload and the scan the passport, but we managed. A lot of passengers complained about the whole process. The biggest pain was poor communication about when to expect the Medallion to arrive. We completed all steps over 30 days prior to sail, and waited. No update. Finally about 10 days out the system indicated the Medallion was on the way, only to change the next morning online to unable to ship, not sufficient time to process and mail. I was terribly disappointed and resigned to picking it up at the port. Then one night, about 5 days before we departed, Fed Ex dropped off a small box, even though the status had no change. Packaging was nice, represented the company and new initiative well. It included a carry case and lanyard without any upcharge. We were set. Then 48 hours before we traveled, I got the email indicating the Medallion was on its way - by then it was already packed in my carry on. Port Everglades is a favorite for embarkation, I just find it easy. This day, Princess was working out of a different terminal because of a Navy ship being commissioned. Staff kept apologizing for slow internet speed to get us processed which was unnecessary. We got to the port about 10:30, after an overnight at the Courtyard FLL airport and comp cruise port shuttle. We sped through security and check in - then got to sit in a general waiting room until our group number (4) was called. We have no loyalty status (Gold) so we were with the masses, with the Elites pulled out to wait elsewhere. It wasn't crowded and after 30 minutes or so, it was time to board, a little after 11. We went straight to our cabin, which was ready, to drop luggage, then off to the buffet for lunch. The buffet are had plenty of room and we found a table. Food was typical buffet, which was expected. Afterward, we returned to our balcony for sail away, our checked luggage was there to unpack and then it was time for the muster talk/video/demonstration, for us in the casino. Cabin - Deck 14 309 Balcony. Our cabin steward, Pablo, was hard working and attentive. When the balcony divider door basically was falling off, he saw it before we did and had the maintenance team in there to fix it. If he was asked for something once, he remembered it each day, such as extra washcloths in the bathroom. I have only praise for him and appreciated his service. The cabin was a typical balcony cabin, average size, 2 chairs on the balcony, no footstool which was ridiculous, even though I requested it on their 'check in' status card sent to us about Day 3. King bed that was super comfortable, desk/chair and the famous barrel chair, but no sofa. There was an empty fridge, a former mini bar, that took 24 hours to cool bottled water, but it kept everything cool for the trip once it cooled down, and my expectation was lowered. We had a side/by/side balcony with our family and maintenance did open to divider early on Day 1. (but about Day 7, it was ready to fall off the hinge) . This divider is wonky and really in the way when opened. On other ships our experience has been the divider folds flat and secures, this one only opened about 45 degrees and required us to position a deck chair to keep it from slamming as we sailed. Our balcony had a cover which was nice for us. However, our neighbors in 14-311 had excessive noise from above - and at times we could hear it too - from sliding chairs on the pool deck to stomping feet, even though there was a cabin above us, the noise from the pool deck was awful. We will never do another cabin under the pool deck regardless if cabins are above. Imagine, the pool deck starts early, before 6 am with set up, and doesn't die out until at least midnight each evening. Ship itself is dated, limited entertainment, but the bands and production shows are good - but it is not the glory days of cruising. We didn't expect it to be, so we were not disappointed. This cruise is about the ports, and little evening activity occurs. We were ok with it, and enjoyed our balcony most evenings after dinner. Ports for us were intense - we walk a lot and did over 5 miles in NYC, Boston and Quebec, with 3 miles on average in other ports. Since we had been there before, we had a plan on what we wanted to do. Weather was perfect, mid to upper 80's in Charleston, NYC and Boston, others were upper 70s to low 80s, low humidity. Rain only briefly in NYC as we ferried to the ship and again on Day 1 in Quebec, but we had ponchos and it only lasted a couple of hours. This was our port focus: Charleston - easy, walkable port. We walked through the historic district and market area. There is a grocery about 4 blocks from the ship - so we stocked up on flavored coffee creamer. The shuttle around town is free - so we rode the loop twice and used it as a hop on/off without the cost. In the past we have visited the Aircraft Carrier and Medal of Honor Museum (awesome) and the Tea Plantation - another fun excursion. NYC - the ship docks in Brooklyn and the ferry terminal is less than a 1/2 block from the terminal. We took a ferry to lower Manhattan and transferred to another ferry to midtown. We visited Times Square, took the subway to lower Manhattan, and then ferried back to the ship. If the rain had not impacted, we had planned to walk the Brooklyn Bridge. The rain was actually a thunderstorm and we got back to the terminal before the major downpour. Tip - buy your ferry ticket in advance via the Red Hook app. It will save you line time. Cost is less than $3 each way, with free transfers. We've been to Manhattan numerous times - so we didn't go to the 9/11 Memorial/Museum or other must see stops on the island. Newport RI - a jewel. After an uneventful tender (we didn't try to get off with the masses, but waited about 45 minutes and had no wait; understand those who waited until 1030 or so, had a LONG wait for a tender), we walked a couple of blocks to the visitor's center, got a lay of the land, reviewed tour options (you can buy the mansion tix and other tours there) and decided to take the public bus for $2 out to the cliff walk and mansions. We had a delightful day there. The bus system was terrific. Boston - we wanted to see the USS Constitution, so we took a city bus out there and walked the Freedom Trail back through the North End to Quincy Market. The Holocaust Memorial is not to be missed. While we have been to Boston several times and don't always do the same things, we always walk through the Memorial. It right by Quincy Market. We took a public bus back to the port ($2, paid onboard) and then walked about 3 blocks to the ship. Bar Harbor ME - our favorite NE port. Another tender with no complaints. The ship team executed a new wait plan flawlessly - everyone into a MDR with a ticket - then called ticket numbers in bulk to move toward a tender. Everyone had a seat while we waited. This day we went to Acadia NP and took the Island Explorer to get there (free). This public bus is a 6 block walk up the hill from the tender port. You catch it at the Village Green. Their team is there, and readily helps to navigate the various bus routes - we did 3 separate routes inside the park (all free, donations accepted) to tour a large loop in hop on/off fashion - views are amazing. The buses run about every 15-20 mins and you catch the route desired. Google their website for details and map planning in advance. We had reservations for lunch at the Jordan Pond House - a delightful table on the lawn for popovers, blueberry lemonade and amazing views. A hike around the pond afterward made the afternoon. It was then back to Bar Harbor for souvenir shopping back down the hill to the tender. A great day. Halifax - it's been almost 10 years since we visited Halifax. The port area has grown with housing and retail / restaurants in a 10-12 block area. Wow! This port has an extensive dedicated inside craft/souvenir market. We rented a car with Hertz, their location is less that a block from the port. We drove out to Peggy's Cove - it was terribly crowded due to a national holiday, but we had no problem parking and walked around the community. A lovely spot on earth. Afterward we drove back a different route, with breathtaking lakes and quaint towns. We stopped at the Swiss Air Memorial - just beyond the Peggy's Cove turn off - and then stopped at Fairlawn Cemetery where a lot of Titanic victims are buried. We ended the day at the Citadel, then returned the car and walked back to the ship. A great day. St John - it was Sunday and a national holiday weekend - we arrived early morning, but limited retail was open. We've seen the reversing rapids in the past, so we walked to the Market - and waited for it to open at 11. Afterward we walk around town for a bit, then back to the terminal - with a smaller, tented vendor area and free WiFi with tables and chairs for comfort. The last time we were in SJNB - the wind was unbelievable, to the point we could barely walk. Thankfully, the wind was a breeze on this visit. Sydney - we walked around the town - it was a Tuesday, but other than the port vendors, it is a quiet town. We visited a lovely church and enjoyed a history lesson there. Free WiFi in the terminal - with big round tables of passengers sitting together, but everyone was looking at their phones. In Sydney, there is a coal mine museum and tour - and if you are lucky their chorus will have a concert - look for this tour. Quebec - another favorite - Day 1 we walked around the old city - upper and lower - visited Parliament Building - amazing! Then over to the Citadel and Park, then 600+ steps and 5 miles later we were down in the lower area again. Such a fun day, even with ponchos the first couple of hours. Day 2 were disembarked - a taxi up to the Hilton to pick up another rental car with Avis. They reimbursed for the taxi fare. Note - the port is extremely organized - although the tented taxi space is a long walk - there were only 15 people in front of me and it went quickly. It took me longer to walk through the tented areas. About 2/3rds of the way through it, there are passenger vans and greeters with clip boards where you can pick up a direct to Airport and other city location shared rides (a ride to the Hilton was quoted as $5 compared to an $8 taxi). The vans were all 15+ passenger Mercedes with room for luggage. As soon as one partially filled, the vans were leaving. I continued on for a taxi, which was a quick process, too. After returning to the port in the rental - signage is lacking in the port area where to enter - and a few missed turns - I picked up my fellow passengers and we were off for a day in the country. We went to the St Anne Basilica - about 20 miles east of the port - it was amazing - and truly the highlight of our trip. We have been there before - and would definitely go again. On the way back we stopped at the Falls for another visit. We enjoy it too. Then onto our hotel, the Comfortel Airport. A comfy place where I would stay again, about 10 minutes from the airport, even in rush hour with no overnight plane noise. The next morning, we flew out with a layover in Toronto. That said, Toronto required us to switch terminals, go thru security in the new terminal and US Customs. The US Customs team consisted of 2 agents checking credentials with no queue to the line. A 3rd agent would come out to relieve for breaks, but not stay open to work the line - which was completely through the cattle lines and backed out of the room. A lot of people missed flights because of poor management of the area. If folks were texting on cell phones, they were put to the back of the line - if other passengers offered to let folks ahead to catch flights - they were told no, everyone had to stay in their place. Ridiculous. US Customs can do better. I was embarrassed for them. If Air Canada had not held our flight - 1/2 of the passengers would have missed it. A young bride arrived on the plane in tears over the emotion of the ordeal. I'm sharing this in case you are like me and think a 1:45 layover should be sufficient to make a connection - we got to the gate with no time to spare - boarded - and then waited over 20 minutes for the rest of our party to join us on the plane. Plan accordingly. That said - the Princess Cruise was nice - good food - great ports with extra late evenings in several of the ports, including NYC and Boston. We enjoyed it - and encourage others to consider this itinerary. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We love Princess and it services. The Buffet is outstanding...service can not be matched by and other cruise line. Carribean Princess and it staff are wonderful. Our Cabin (P327) was maintained the way we would expect. If we did ... Read More
We love Princess and it services. The Buffet is outstanding...service can not be matched by and other cruise line. Carribean Princess and it staff are wonderful. Our Cabin (P327) was maintained the way we would expect. If we did not see something we would ask for it and sure nough it would be there by the next day. Our dining on board (anytime dining) was superb.,......the waiters advised what foods would be good and which we would enjoy the most. When we ask for something in the dining our waiter would get it and always make sure it was the way we liked it. If something was not right the staff would make every effort to correct it and provide perfection. We enjoyed the "Production" shows very much. However we do not enjoy comedians and jugglers......perhaps when we younger we may have enjoyed them more. Comedians do not use their microphones properly so the entire ordience can hear them. Only the first five (5) rows of people in attendance laughed at their jokes. Obviously everyone in the sixth row and further could not hear them. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We chose this cruise because it fit our schedule and we love Princess. The boat is large and clean, the staff is helpful and very courteous, and we see old friends. Princess always takes care of us and we never worry about going to a port ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it fit our schedule and we love Princess. The boat is large and clean, the staff is helpful and very courteous, and we see old friends. Princess always takes care of us and we never worry about going to a port where we might have a problem. We love the entertainment. Matt Barnard the cruise director was absolutely OUTSTANDING! One of his staff, Armando-an old friend of ours, was training to become a cruise director. He deserves it because he is so friendly and makes one feel so welcomed. The food was always great. The lunch in the back of the boat was always great. The fajita meat was so tender and juicy that I ate it for lunch everyday that we were on the boat at lunch time. Cozumel was wonderful and we ran into a tour guide friend that we had been with before. A really nice young man. Belize was great. It was just so wonderful, I wish we could leave right now for the same cruise. Princess does respond to your concerns. Please remember that not all sales personnel are good at their jobs. Ms. Kimberley from South Africa was so damned efficient and so helpful, we were floored. We handed in three cards praising her. We have never handed than many praise cards in before. Ms. Julia (Brazil) got two from us and my goodness was she ever effective! We also praised her in the after action report. This was such a great cruise. Our cabin steward was a little slow but we found out that he had more cabins to clean than other stewards. Getting on and off the ship was smooth and safe. Princess is great with security. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
It was very boring if you are not 60 years old and looking to relax in the middle of the sun on the boat. The best part of the whole cruise was stopping at one of the 3 ports, St. Thomas. The other two ports, Princess Cay and St. Maarten, ... Read More
It was very boring if you are not 60 years old and looking to relax in the middle of the sun on the boat. The best part of the whole cruise was stopping at one of the 3 ports, St. Thomas. The other two ports, Princess Cay and St. Maarten, were not great and i would have rather spent that time in St. Thomas. The food on the boat was decent. The drinks were very expensive and the wifi was INCREDIBLY expensive. My little sister has fun in the teen area but my youngest sister was often bored when not in the kids club. I was bored a lot on the boat. The staff was pleasant though and worked very hard. Our cabin steward was not the best but my moms cabin steward was a lot worse. The staff in the teens and kids area was pleasant and my siblings liked them. The cruise director is fun but the activities that he led were kind of boring if you’re younger. I enjoyed the Marriage Match game. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Cruised more than 65 times, Princess is one our favorites. We’ve traveled to 85 plus countries. The cabins are good, the food is above average . I’m not a fan of anytime dining but they have options. We did the specialty Resturant and ... Read More
Cruised more than 65 times, Princess is one our favorites. We’ve traveled to 85 plus countries. The cabins are good, the food is above average . I’m not a fan of anytime dining but they have options. We did the specialty Resturant and it doesn’t get any better than what they did. The food was excellent and the service was equal to it. The shows were very good and the performers were on the upper scale. I actually didn’t get the shows but it’s probably because I’m a bit older. The comedian was great. The magician was one of the worst most amateurish I’ve seen, probably why he’s on a cruise ship! Not good! The staff and crew were better than most. They cared. It’s important to me to see a happy crew and workers, the Captain must be doing a good job. Everyone wanted to help! I’ll continue to cruise and use Princess. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
We choose the Caribbean Princess based on recommendations from some friend who are big time cruisers. This was our first cruise so we really had no idea what to expect. We set off for a two week East/West Caribbean cruise to celebrate our ... Read More
We choose the Caribbean Princess based on recommendations from some friend who are big time cruisers. This was our first cruise so we really had no idea what to expect. We set off for a two week East/West Caribbean cruise to celebrate our 40th Anniversary. Here are a few things that we'd like to share. The good- The Caribbean is absolutly beautiful! The ship was beautiful and dang big. Takes days to see it all! We had smooth sailing even in somewhat rough seas. You're going to be around people from all over the world and our country, we really enjoyed this! The food was much, much better than we expected in every restaurant! The wait staff was exceptional! The nightly entertainment was much better than expected. There was always something going on. No matter what age, you'll find something fun to do! Loved the workout room, the sauna and steam rooms. There is a adult only "sanctuary" area for some quite pool/sun time. The high energy band "Static" was incredible! Most all entertainment was really good! The bad- We received $600 in onboard spending money. They took back $420 in mandatory tips for the hotel staff. Essentially, you're paying their wages for Princess Lines We had really good service and really lousy service. Regardless you're going to pay an additional 18% mandatory tip on all purchases regardless of service. We didn't like this. Spa prices are way over priced, especially the facials. The rooms are really small, showers are even smaller! Off shore excursions are over priced. Do your research and you'll find better for less. Our excursion to Xcaret was time limited and missed the best shows The ugly- If you do a facial, a massage or acupuncture be prepared for the sales pitch to buy the over priced products. Getting through to the front desk on the phone will drive you nuts. You're going to be nickel and dimed to death. We have traveled the world, I traveled for a living for 30+ years. This was big event for us, so we did it all. We had the balcony room, did the spa, acupuncture, facial, ate at a nice restaurant a couple of times. Drank some good wine and a lot of margarita's. After two weeks onboard, we had a great time but to be honest when I got the final bill, I just don't think the value was there. Paid a premium for above average vacation. Will make some changes and do more research for the next cruise. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
The ship had just come out of a yard period in which changes were made to deck 16 & 17 to attract more family cruises. They also did some routine maintenance around the entire ship. Since we have cruised the Eastern Caribbean many ... Read More
The ship had just come out of a yard period in which changes were made to deck 16 & 17 to attract more family cruises. They also did some routine maintenance around the entire ship. Since we have cruised the Eastern Caribbean many times we only we only got off in St Thomas. The ship was in great condition and clean in everything we used. Below was my assessment of this cruise. 1) Service could have been better in the bars and Lido deck. 2) Food was very good. 3) Production shows were top notch. 4) Lounge entertainment was lacking especially having no piano player in Crooners. Heard from a Ship Officer that there were 1500 first time Princess cruisers on this cruise. I guess summer Caribbean cruises will be popular. My cabin D725, a mini-suite, was in the rear of the ship and we could feel pronounced vibrations coming the engines. Think I will stick with cabins more in midship area. If you sail on the Caribbean Princess and enjoy a quiet area to read try the Skywalker Lounge on Deck 19. Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
I love Princess! Rooms are amazing, and the beds are more comfortable than my own. Staff pampers you and there are many great things to do. We are already planning our next Princess cruise. Princess is our preferred criuse line. Took a 14 ... Read More
I love Princess! Rooms are amazing, and the beds are more comfortable than my own. Staff pampers you and there are many great things to do. We are already planning our next Princess cruise. Princess is our preferred criuse line. Took a 14 day European cruise on Princess last year as well and was amazed with the ship experience as well as the excursions. You can relax and enjoy your time and thete is something to do for all ages. The only way to vacation for me now will be cruising. Pools, casino, ocean view, great food, bingo, and night time entertainment all wrapped up in one. It is even better with the medallion, makes everything so easy. Love the room service and speed and quality of the food. Lookung forward to the many many more cruises I will be taking with princess. Bon voyage until we cruise again. Thank you Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
This was our 4th Princess Cruise and completing our 48th day on Princess. We have 3 more Princess Cruises booked! We love Princess! The entertainment was fantastic! Production performance was very upbeat and well done. Broadway ... Read More
This was our 4th Princess Cruise and completing our 48th day on Princess. We have 3 more Princess Cruises booked! We love Princess! The entertainment was fantastic! Production performance was very upbeat and well done. Broadway caliber! The Medallion Internet upgrade was very much an improvement on Princess. Internet was fast. You paid by the day and not by the minute which was a tremendous improvement! Passengers would wear a Medallion which could be a locator for other guests that you approve on your own app in advance. All parties have to approve of this. Also crew and waitstaff can fill orders right to you without them being present to take the order. You can use the Compass Locator to find a destination step by step. You can pull up the onboard event schedule. Food was great! Even the buffet had choice food with excellent presentations. Overall the trip was very pleasing! Read Less
Sail Date May 2019
Typical Caribbean cruise. Not much to see/do unless you like beaches. A beach excursion at every port. Other than that, we liked the swimming with the sting rays at Grand Cayman, the iguana farm at Roatan and the port at Cozumel. ... Read More
Typical Caribbean cruise. Not much to see/do unless you like beaches. A beach excursion at every port. Other than that, we liked the swimming with the sting rays at Grand Cayman, the iguana farm at Roatan and the port at Cozumel. Unless you like those things, stay on the ship and enjoy being able to beat the "chair hogs" for the prime loungers near the pool. The Movies Under the Stars was great. Make sure you get there early and get a chair directly in front of the screen - otherwise, you won't be able to hear the dialogue. Cabin was very small and bathroom even smaller - enough storage room, however. The TV was by far the largest and the best reception we have ever had on a cruise. Food was "meh". Both in the cafeteria and the dining room. They are trying to get you to go to the specialty restaurants and pay extra. Entertainment was surprisingly good. Broadway quality. Those kids are really talented! Finally, take lots of $$. They don't like to take credit cards at ports and will charge you extra to "swipe" one. You will be tipping at every turn - not much ($1-$5), but they live on those $$ and you really don't mind giving it to them. Only one stop where there was a little boy begging. I gave him $1. One last comment on the excursions: typical in that they always make a "shopping" stop. Everyone has the same "stuff." But, if you want see an example of what life is like on those islands, take an excursion and don't fall asleep on the bus ride. Look out the window and be thankful for what you have and understand why the US is having a crisis on the southern border. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
This was our fifth cruise with Princess, so we were familiar with this cruise line. We have cruised with three other cruise lines, including Celebrity. We were looking for a two week cruise in the Caribbean, and there weren't a lot of ... Read More
This was our fifth cruise with Princess, so we were familiar with this cruise line. We have cruised with three other cruise lines, including Celebrity. We were looking for a two week cruise in the Caribbean, and there weren't a lot of options. That's why we booked this cruise, which was sold as a single cruise, but was really two one week cruises: one week in the western Caribbean, then back to Fort Lauderdale; then leaving for a week in the eastern Caribbean. The Pros: Embarkation was a breeze. We arrived around one o'clock expecting a line, but practically walked right aboard. The online registration, and the medallion they've started using obviously speeds things up. We did the five p.m. dining. The waiter and assistant waiter were both super.(or on the ship) for our second week. Dinners were fine, but nothing to get excited about. We went to the Steamers restaurant once (has a small cover charge), and enjoyed it. The buffet is typical - busy, but could always find a nice, quiet place to set. We loved the afternoon tea, but only went there twice...after all, how much can you eat between a full lunch and dinner shortly after five? International cafe is worth the visit for early morning coffee, and the occasional treat. Cabin steward, as with all the staff we encountered, were the best - always pleasant, and anxious to help. He often inquired about how things were, and if there was anything he could do to help. A couple of things requested were taken care of asap. Things were always kept clean and tidy around the ship. You could see that they worked hard to keep things in ship shape! Shows / entertainment were fine with the exception of a comment later...The entertainers in the bars and around the ship seemed to cater to an older demographic...which was fine with me. The quality of this music and guest entertainers was great. Excursions: We did the snorkeling at Belize, and loved it. There was great coral, and lots of fish. We did a clam shade rental and kayak rental at Roatan. It was okay, but the clam shade was kind of useless since, unlike the shades at Princess Cays, you couldn't adjust them to shade you from the sun. The Cons: Let me preface this by saying that I consider these cons minor, and would not be a deal breaker in terms of going with Princess again. In fact, there is a two week circle Caribbean on the same ship next year, and we'll most likely be doing it. Minor: I didn't enjoy shows put on by the ship's performers. I would describe them as LOUD. Minor: The configuration of their buffet area is kind of unique and different. Personally, I think it causes congestion around the areas where you pick up food. Minor: (Actually not so minor): As mentioned earlier, this was booked as one cruise. But, three of the shows from the first week were repeated in the second week. And, even the jokes from our cruise director at the beginning or end of the shows were the same!!! That was disappointing. In summary, we were somewhat concerned after reading some of the reviews about the Caribbean Princess on this website. However, the negatives, in my opinion, were rather minor when you consider the bigger picture. We appreciate how hard people work to make our holiday a pleasant experience, and we did have a great cruise. When disembarking, would have loved to be staying another week ... or two. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
We left from Vancouver Canada on Air Canada Flight Dream liner Mar 29/2019. We travel by air getting to different destinations at least 3-4 weeks per year and have travelled world wide for over 20 years. Love A.C. D. L. but definitely not ... Read More
We left from Vancouver Canada on Air Canada Flight Dream liner Mar 29/2019. We travel by air getting to different destinations at least 3-4 weeks per year and have travelled world wide for over 20 years. Love A.C. D. L. but definitely not Rouge A.L. starting this holiday. This trip we are Seniors. We have been on over 6 cruises and different companies. We took Caribbean Princes Cruise lines Frt. Lauderdale, this time as wished to go to the Western Caribbean Islands, especially Grand Cayman Is. (Sting Ray Alley). I had researched Trip Advisor, Cruise Critic, and my travel agent and only this ship went this route. Embarking was efficient, with time given to us prior and help full assistant's beside line's. When we were asked to stand for the usual cruise picture I saw a blank wall, a tunnel of lights to the side but no usual ship picture that we were looking to board for our trip. This picture was doctored up to include a parrot and a star fish on the bottom and could have been to any world location. So I made sure we took pictures of the Caribbean Princess while tendering, anchored, and I have framed this ship. I thought this unusual not to have a ships picture as a back ground with us as usual. Could of been a sunset, tropical, trip scene, ship at night as we have got while traveling(Tahiti, Polynesia, Hawaii) other countries. We have friends, travel agents, neighbors who recommended Princess Lines to us and so booked this ship do to route port stops. First port Grand Cayman we had booked tour Stingray Encounter, Reef, Snorkel & Scenic Cruise. Worth the money/time, experience (read T.A. review) and book through Caribbean Princess ship. Next port Roatan Is. Hondurous Country. Tour Jolly Roger Catamaran Coastal Sail, Snorkel & lunch. Was one hour late as other tour ship was tied up but they did compensate but long pm in high humidity. Should be more crew on this ship, as no one helping us take off flippers or hand them up or assist us up ladder, no one at bar at times and could be more choice of salads and lunch. Saying that we helped our selves and enjoyed the rum punch. They have two ski doo's for any persons emergency back to the ship. Crew members in the water in kayaks watching and snorkel leader in water on reef. Reef is getting broken, tired, broken fan coral but saw a small amount of tropical fish, eel but not much color. Next port Belize Country previously done tours, ships good. Magill Is. Cozumel there were 7 boats either anchored, docked which made it crazy busy on the dock and in town. Been there three times before but tourist are not told you are approx. 6 miles from the town so need transportation by taxi, horse carriage, bike or scooters. They want your cruise room and ship, credit card, enough cash ect for security, damages or loss. Check your scooter ect out before using them as they will charge you for anything they think was not on the vehicle. It takes 1hr 30 min if not stopping much around the island and a nice interesting paved road trip. We are Seniors and did it with stops and safe road but be aware who sells you things and where you stop. Be very care full of your speed as it will cost you lots if over! Fast debarking and embarking with Princess key fob, great! Service on board- Above average in all area's, but onboard could have more crew attendants at elevators as a few very lost elderly people. Customer service attendants counter quite busy at times but they were excellent. We were on deck 11, stateroom B709 deck, a very excellent location for views, sunsets/rises, restaurants and adult pools and much more convinces. Deck 11 is under the life boats but private, quiet, best area and near elevators which we appreciated. Restaurants- Above average and most excellent. Sea Food Restaurant (Islander?) evening manager dedicated, waiters excellent, service great and the nicest sunset view in the back of the ship! Bars/Lounges- Explore was our favorite because of Franci manager, thankyou! also Micheal (f) who should be a manager on this ship we feel. Lex(M) head manager of the ships bars a great communicator, problem solver (Peter deck pool bar) and a man of his word knows the quality and experience his staff should have at all times. Thank You! Entertainment/main stage- Excellent dancers, orchestra, singers, musicians and humorous ships director who we will never forget the tourist questions onboard his list! Stateroom- We have been on larger ships but good seize and deck. Would suggest to have someone check all areas before we arrive in room, ie sinks, Kleenex, door handle and locks. We had one minor complaint which was fix within 2 hrs, and got two calls and survey right away. A couple of times certain elevators would not open, work, and some not to the floor you wished. But repaired soon. Crew painting on decks should have signs by deck doors. No paint chipping noise when relaxing on decks by pools. I would say that Princess looks after details, complaints, very efficiently, quickly and even verbally from a Supervisor in very excellent time. Thank you. Please reposition the larger t.v. so not in walking distance of deck door. Yes as I have been on other large ships, cruises it is time for a refit and will be going on this ship when completed the next refit in 3-4 months. Excellent communication with Supervisor's and staff and we had a very great time on this cruise! Mostly this trip we feel were people over 45 yrs of age and no problems with crowding or line ups. Softsand-13. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Our first impression was that the ship is old and in need of some refurbishment. Our room was dirty when we arrived. If the room was not ready for us then they shouldn't have let us board early. Food was average at best, Steak only ... Read More
Our first impression was that the ship is old and in need of some refurbishment. Our room was dirty when we arrived. If the room was not ready for us then they shouldn't have let us board early. Food was average at best, Steak only offered twice during our 7 day cruise. Specialty menu's were offered every night in Any time dining but had to pay extra 19 dollars. We ordered late night traditional dining but was put on standby for that, and had to anytime dining instead. We like having the same dining mates and waiter every night but that was not to be. We were #5 on the waiting list for traditional dining and never got lower than that. Deserts were good. Caesar salad was bland so WE opted out for garden salad instead but had to ask for it since it it was not on menu. Coffee was good. We stuck with drinks-of-the-day since they were cheaper $8.95 than regular drinks but hardly any alcohol in them, didn't even get a buzz! We heard they are taking ship out of service for 30 days to refurbish it. Wait staff friendly but overheard pool bar staff not very friendly. We noticed a lot of families with kids, found out it was school winter vacation in Ohio and mid-west. Lots of kids in hot-tub and pools. Signs saying no jumping or diving into pool were not observed. and were also throwing balls and cups of water at everybody, No supervision at the pools. Surprised they didn't go on Carnival instead. Beer bottle glasses were allowed to be in pool area, a definite no-no. Told staff and they didn't care. They were doing repairs outside our cabin some morings waking us up early, banging and sanding, Not cool. They did have designated smoking areas but walkers had to share deck 7 with smokers, Cough, cough! Would not book Princess again unless it was a new ship. I like Celebrity and Royal Caribbean much better. 'Entertainment was by the Princess dancers and did 3 different shows but quality was way below other cruise lines, Comedian was very funny and Symphonee black band was excellent, played around ship. Rear pool was very wind and in the shade most of the time because of skywalk night club blocked the sun. Heard there wasa Sanctuary pool that was free to use but had to pay extra for chairs, we never went, has a small golf putting surface all the was up on top. This cruise just did not impress me. Stops were ok Princess Cays (private island) own by Princess was just ok. Gave us a BBQ, Hot dogs (bad) Burgers (worse) and ribs (ok). Did some snorkling , saw maybe 5 fish. Disappointing. Oh well, there's alway next year ! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
This was my 11th sailing with "Princess" and I have enjoyed there service , amenities entertainment and food at all the venues. I have sailed with other lines but found "Princess" to be my favorite . This line is ... Read More
This was my 11th sailing with "Princess" and I have enjoyed there service , amenities entertainment and food at all the venues. I have sailed with other lines but found "Princess" to be my favorite . This line is consistent and I know what to expect when I book my next cruise. I am now enjoying many different perks and comps at the level of loyalty I have reached and will enjoy even more when I reach the next loyalty level. I intend to book many more cruises with this line . Everything I have experienced on board was up to the standard I expected each time I sailed. I enjoyed the on board amenities and the ports that were visited, Many of the ports have been built to make sightseeing and shopping a pleasure . I'm looking forward to my next cruise and a great time on board. I have found the service and the crew to be excellent , they go out of their way to make your onboard experience a pleasure . Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Everything was incredible!! They make you feel like family and you never want to leave the ship! The food was world class and the service on the ship was otherworldly, the drinks on board were incredible and allowed you to venture into a ... Read More
Everything was incredible!! They make you feel like family and you never want to leave the ship! The food was world class and the service on the ship was otherworldly, the drinks on board were incredible and allowed you to venture into a whole other culture and a whole other world of excitement! It is a wonderful mix of people and every passenger on board was so fun and excited and so sweet to everyone else. The stage shows that they put on our like a broadway musical and the performers can sing with the best of them! They have a full range of things for you to do whether it’s hanging by the 5 pools and jacuzzi’s they have, learning about the many secrets of pirate treasure, world class shopping with incredible deals, or anything else you can think of, there is never ever a dull moment. Everything was so smooth especially with their new medallion you use for everything!! It is the best thing out there!! 100% recommend!!! Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
they clean your room everyday, Varieties of food, Dining experience is really awesome. service is great, Ice cream bar was great, international cafe, Karaoke bar, fitness room, Art auction, love the idea of formal night and going to a fine ... Read More
they clean your room everyday, Varieties of food, Dining experience is really awesome. service is great, Ice cream bar was great, international cafe, Karaoke bar, fitness room, Art auction, love the idea of formal night and going to a fine dining after having pictures from the photographers and you will your pictures that same day...you can watch live shows everyday with their funny Cruise director & his staff, lots of entertainment and things to do, love all this fun games with the staff especially with the cruise director Matt, foods is great, enough restaurants to choose, great service, smooth sailing and they are organized, i will plan a next cruise this year again and i will convince some of my relatives and friends to join me and my wife for the next cruise before end of 2019, and hoping they will come out a promotion to back up my plan Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Having cruised "Princess" before, I was pretty sure that this would be a great cruise, and at a reasonable cost. I WAS RIGHT. Embarkation/Debarkation fast, and painless. Cabin was just a bit larger than some of the other lines ... Read More
Having cruised "Princess" before, I was pretty sure that this would be a great cruise, and at a reasonable cost. I WAS RIGHT. Embarkation/Debarkation fast, and painless. Cabin was just a bit larger than some of the other lines I've sailed recently. Food was very good, and the buffet was OUTSTANDING. Service in the buffet was very, very good as well. BIG shows were much better than the recent offerings, on some other lines, and the presence of LIVE MUSICIANS was a surprise offering. Crew was great overall, with the only exception the wait staff at my table. They were slow, and always blaming someone else for their lack of service. (Kitchen is slow, etc.,etc.,etc. Food in the dining room was, good, but IMO, nothing exceptional. With the outstanding buffet, and several extra cost restaurants, there is no reason to be anything but pleased with the food offerings aboard this fine ship. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Wanted to get away! Found the ship very disappointing with everything, our cabin and the steward that was assigned to our room. The Buffett were disappointing, had frozen little shrimp INSTEAD of REAL shrimp! At the pool I had a problem ... Read More
Wanted to get away! Found the ship very disappointing with everything, our cabin and the steward that was assigned to our room. The Buffett were disappointing, had frozen little shrimp INSTEAD of REAL shrimp! At the pool I had a problem with moving a chair, the attendants wouldn’t help me. 730 one morning there was construction going on for an hour. The front desk was called and I was told it had to b looked into! Going away to relax and get rest, not to hear drilling on the ship! The cabins are made for small people. Murphy beds on each side. So quite difficult getting into our beds, so we had to crawl from bottom up I have been on princesses before, and was very upset the way everything was handled. I asked the front desk to compensate us for us be awakened up by drilling, ask for internet, I was told they aren’t allowed to do such, but made NO attempt to do anything. The ship needs a redone, although I c it was redone 2017. Where I don’t know! The ship is pretty large,not enough people to guide u to wherever location u had to go too. The food was just ok even in island dining room! The best food was at international cafe on 5th floor, ate there often. Not enough activities at the pool location. None in fact Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Ship embarkation was fairly quick. The food was excellent (ate at Crown Grill, World Fresh Market Place, Slice Pizza, Salty Dog burgers, Coffee and Cones, Main Dining Room, and Int'l Cafe) not any bad meals. Good Cruise director and ... Read More
Ship embarkation was fairly quick. The food was excellent (ate at Crown Grill, World Fresh Market Place, Slice Pizza, Salty Dog burgers, Coffee and Cones, Main Dining Room, and Int'l Cafe) not any bad meals. Good Cruise director and all 5 shows very good. Lots of things to do on-board and the entertainment was number one. We visited Club Fusion every night to dance; Skywalkers to relax, and Explorers lounge for a drink. I enjoy sailing with Princess; this was our third time and we like how they treat us. Medallion Net is the new high speed internet system. It is super fast; you can stream Netflix. The stateroom was clean and bed / pillows are very comfortable. The whole ship was very clean and service was great. Ports visited are a great experience, but did not use the ships shore excursions. I would travel again with Princess Cruises and recommend the ship Caribbean Princess. Read Less
Sail Date February 2019
Caribbean Princess Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.5 4.2
Dining 4.0 3.9
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 4.5 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.8
Family 3.5 3.8
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.7
Enrichment 3.5 3.3
Service 4.0 4.2
Value For Money 4.0 3.9
Rates 3.0 4.2

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