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12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Paris

12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Paris

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Paris
  • Day 2
    Southampton
  • Day 3
    Isle of Portland (England)
  • Day 4
    St. Peter Port (Guernsey)
  • Day 5
    Cobh (Cork)
  • Day 6
    Dublin
  • Day 7
    Belfast
  • Day 8
    Greenock (Glasgow)
  • Day 9
    Cruising
  • Day 10
    Invergordon (Inverness)
  • Day 11
    South Queensferry
  • Day 12
    Cruising
  • Day 13
    Paris

Crown Princess

Crown Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Great layout for minimizing crowds; recent refresh makes the ship feel new

Cons

Fewer specialty dining options and bells and whistles than on new mega-ships

Bottom Line

A simple yet elegant cruise option for adults looking for relaxation or romance


Cruise Reviews

We booked this cruise as part of our community cruise. Expected to have many beach days, had only one! Having seen Princess Cay yet after cruising with Princess once before. One excursion badly deccribed and hated. Missed two stops that ... Read More
We booked this cruise as part of our community cruise. Expected to have many beach days, had only one! Having seen Princess Cay yet after cruising with Princess once before. One excursion badly deccribed and hated. Missed two stops that we had beach days schedule. Not enough seating for number of passengers on ship. Gave up many days trying to find a seat and went to cabin and sat on balcony. Never spent so much time in cabin before. Food tasteless and cold. Shows were poorly put together. Nevr have I seen so many unhappy people on a ship this unhappy and as result rude. My wife and I always said that we were sad a cruise was coming to an end, not this cruise, we couldn't wait to get off of this ship. Maintenence very, very poor. I would never go on another Princess cuise again, So the 35% discound for a following cruise they forget they ever gave to us. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
I was trying to go to places I have not been like St. Kitts and Antigua. Which we never got go see! I have been on over 29 cruises with many different cruise lines. This was my WORST Cruise so far. From the Diesel Generators breaking ... Read More
I was trying to go to places I have not been like St. Kitts and Antigua. Which we never got go see! I have been on over 29 cruises with many different cruise lines. This was my WORST Cruise so far. From the Diesel Generators breaking down( Maneuverability and traveling very slow) to be without Power or basic Power in our room for about 4 hours in port ( St. Lucia) with a cabin friend in a wheelchair was not fun. We also had very bad weather out at sea. We had more sea days then I ever wanted. I did like their Medallion it was quickest I have ever been on and off a boat with a person in a wheelchair. Food was not that great had to send back my meals a few times due to temperature, heavy seasoning and taste. They had also tried to pass off leftovers from the night before(pot roast) to new dish. Pot Pie with Steam vegetable on the side with no seasoning. Not a good taste! Casino was good! Very Smokey in none smoking area! Took a Steel Drum Class with Mr. Wilson. Very Fun! Very enjoyable. It took 72 hours to get our Laundry back from Cleaning. Entertainment was good. Very Funny Comedians. You know you have a bad cruise when you receive a letter form the Captain of the ship at Sea Day with a gesture of concern to receive a Future Cruise Credit to 35% of the base cruise fare paid. Not good! I was told by another guest. He did this so you could book another cruise before getting off the cruise. I did not like this Gesture! Princess needs to due a lot better! Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Cruising with my friends, all 65+ I wanted a warm Caribbean destination to escape winter. Due to weather and an engine problem that was known before sailing, we skipped 3 islands out of 5. Princess was nice and gave us credit for future ... Read More
Cruising with my friends, all 65+ I wanted a warm Caribbean destination to escape winter. Due to weather and an engine problem that was known before sailing, we skipped 3 islands out of 5. Princess was nice and gave us credit for future sailings. No complaints there. The food was mostly good to very good. Desserts were disappointing in the buffet. At dinner, they were a little better. The soft serve ice cream, always available on the pool deck is your best bet. And lets talk about the Horizon buffet. Food was varied and tasty (except desserts) but it wins the award for poorest design. As an early riser I have been in there when there are only 6 guests and we were still bumping into each other. Never had that much of a problem on other ships. Just a poor layout. Exercise room has everything you need. The big complaint was it does not open until 7 AM. Also they only have a limited number of exercise bikes which the older Princess crowd needs. They spent a lot of money on spin bikes which are only used once a day for a class while we had to stand in line to get on a conventional exercise bike. Staff was excellent and friendly. Entertainment was just ok. Comedians were good. For a ship built in 2006, I would have expected a smarter design. Big issue was on some stairs/elevators, you can't get to all the lower decks from deck 6 and higher. Even after 10 days, we still sometimes were making the mistake of getting on the wrong stairs. This ship has been converted to one of their Medallion Class vessels. Loved it. Getting on and off ship is a breeze. Had a little bit of trouble setting up but there were plenty of staff to help. No more key card to get in and out of cabin. Also, you can order food and beverage to be delivered to you. The Medallion knows your exact location. You can also find your friends on the ship and an easy to follow map to get you to their location. There is a feature that allows you to "chat" with friends on board. Only complaint is that you have to have the app open and looking at it to see messages from ship board friends. No other notice that someone has sent you a message. You can also see your ship account. When you order your Medallion, which is water proof, a free lanyard to hang around your neck comes with it. Try it, maybe you won't mind it. We did not like it, it was too long and got in the way. We bought the wrist bands on board the ship. Worth the $12 each. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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