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Princess Coral Princess Balcony Cabin Cruise Reviews

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Amazing Antarctica but a few disappointments along the way
"This was my second adventure with The Coral, the first in 2015 to Alaska, so who better to cruise again to Antarctica. I was a solo traveller from Sunderland to Santiago - a very long way! After the nightmare..."Read More
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Should have been a lot better

Review for Coral Princess to South America

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dambusters

6-10 Cruises

Age 70s

Been on 8 Princess cruises, this time wasnt that great, the ship was tatty, on our balcony (B531) the wooden rail was loose, the toilet seat was broken, the hairdryer cut out every minute or so. There was a lot of rust. Theatre shows dire, the dining rooms menu hasnt changed since our first cruise and above all we didnt go round Cape Horn as the Captain told us 50 minutes before we should have ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Good but -

Review for Coral Princess to South America

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Shoearch

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We chose this ship for the itinerary Buenos Aires to Santiago. Itinerary perfect but book your own independent tours for so much less money and far better - too many people on ship tours - think toilets! Staff were fabulous but the people on board lovely but so old i.e. most between 70 and 80 years . No one around after 10 PM . The poor band which were great but had an audience of 6 - quite ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Great crew, entertainment and food

Review for Coral Princess to South America

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Miss Bid

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

Princess cancelled our Far East cruise and the same day we were booked on to the Coral Princess going from Buenos Aires to Santiago. South America has always been on the bucket list so off we went. Embarkation was fast and well organised and so was disembarkation. Two ports had tender boats which was well organised. The ship is a little tired in places but the service from all the crew was ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Mostly good, some bad and some ugly

Review for Coral Princess to South America

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Catalina

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

We always wanted to see So. America. We had been on the Coral twice before and wanted to enjoy her again. Cabin was roomy and clean and we enjoyed the balcony (C226). Our room steward was wonderful and very helpful at times. Dining room was good most of the time. We only had one meal each that we did not love. Dining wait staff were very attentive and knew our likes and drinks etc. Desserts ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Hello, Princess, long time no sea!

Review for Coral Princess to South America

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ShmuelCharlie

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

Background I'm a single 62 YO guy who usually cruises solo. I chose this itinerary for several reasons: 1. It was a continuation of a trip I made w/my Mom aboard Celebrity Millennium during the '05-'06 holiday season to South America; 2. I wanted to see more of Chile, and I welcomed the opportunity to also visit Argentina, the Falklands, and Uruguay; 3. I decided to give Princess another chance ...
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Sail Date: February 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


Antarctica - Alaska on steroids

Review for Coral Princess to Antarctica

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bobbabb

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

This trip included four days cruising around the Antarctic peninsula and nearby South Shetland Islands. Ice bergs - check. Really bid tabular icebergs - check. Penguins on the shore and on floating ice - check. Penguins swimming and porpoising - check. Whales floating, swimming, diving - check. Sea lions - check. Glaciers - check. Large areas covered by continental ice sheets - check. ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Amazing Antarctic Cruise

Review for Coral Princess to Antarctica

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joevinnie

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

We wanted to go to Antartica and felt cruise touring was the way to go. We were not disappointed! The cruise was incredible. Seeing the icebergs, the wildlife (plenty of whales, penguins and seals) and cruising around the island of Cape Horn was cool. Although delayed by a huge storm coming from the west towards South America, when it was time to go across Drake passage, it was calm as can ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


A Great Antarctica cruise

Review for Coral Princess to Antarctica

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The Turners

10+ Cruises

Age 50s

On a big cruise ship you don't get to go off the ship onto the ice, but the cost is about a third of the price, so we thought we'd try seeing Antarctica this way and if we really needed to touch the ice, we could do the expedition ship in a few years. We were not disappointed. Captain McBain took us to places not even on the itinerary, and we had a blast doing them. We got to within a couple ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Trip of a lifetime

Review for Coral Princess to Antarctica

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NanaHammer

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

We choose this cruise because it was a great way for us to visit our last continent, Antarctica. Although we were faced with a disappointment in the beginning as our landing expedition was cancelled due to weather, Captain Todd McBain and his crew did everything to make up for it. They rerouted, added an excellent port and provided us with an experience that was beyond belief. Captain McBain is ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


Amazing Antarctica but a few disappointments along the way

Review for Coral Princess to Antarctica

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JudeSund

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

This was my second adventure with The Coral, the first in 2015 to Alaska, so who better to cruise again to Antarctica. I was a solo traveller from Sunderland to Santiago - a very long way! After the nightmare chaos of Santiago Airport, though to be fair there were many Princess reps on hand to guide us through it, embarkation was stress free and in no time at all I was in my cabin. Mark Lee my ...
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Sail Date: January 2020

Cabin Type: Balcony


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