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3 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Vancouver

3 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Vancouver

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Vancouver
  • Day 2
    Victoria
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    San Francisco

Golden Princess

Golden Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Lots of options for dining, drinking and swimming, and a high ratio of balcony cabins

Cons

Some of the decor is not as modern as other ships in the region

Bottom Line

A great all-rounder for passengers of all ages


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
The cruise to NZ was the main reason for this holiday. The Golden Princess is a beautiful and well maintained ship. Service in all areas was second to none. All staff members were friendly, helpful and happy. Cabin was spacious and clean. ... Read More
The cruise to NZ was the main reason for this holiday. The Golden Princess is a beautiful and well maintained ship. Service in all areas was second to none. All staff members were friendly, helpful and happy. Cabin was spacious and clean. We had a cabin with a balcony. The cabin steward was very attentive and looked after us very well. The bed was the most comfortable I have ever slept in. Dining was a great experience the staff were friendly and attentive. The food was excellent, the menu changed daily . With many dishes to choose from. Entertainment was great so much to offer every night and day. Port and shore excursions were great and reasonably priced. Shopping was also very good. We purchased some jewellery and clothing as well as some spirits a great prices. I would surely cruise with princess again. As a matter of fact I will be cruising with princess in 2020! Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
Thoroughly enjoyed the cruise, very happy with service was difficult to choose which staff to rate highest we met so many good staff over the cruise. Very happy with food plenty of variety of healthy and naughty food in the food court ... Read More
Thoroughly enjoyed the cruise, very happy with service was difficult to choose which staff to rate highest we met so many good staff over the cruise. Very happy with food plenty of variety of healthy and naughty food in the food court and restaurants. Some of the meals in the Donatell restaurant were as good as we have ever had and we looked forward to our meal each night with plenty of variety We did not do any tours but still found plenty to do and enjoyed the Ports we stopped over at. With a of research there is plenty to see and do for little to no cost for those on a budget. A couple of minor problems were fixed by staff and they followed up to check we were happy and everything was ok. Would happily recommend and travel again with Princess Cruises, and are looking forward to cruising again. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2019
My husband and I enjoyed this cruise very much. Food and service was very good. The ship is pretty large (about 2,600 passengers I think on our cruise) so getting off at ports, especially where there is a tender, takes a while. Also ... Read More
My husband and I enjoyed this cruise very much. Food and service was very good. The ship is pretty large (about 2,600 passengers I think on our cruise) so getting off at ports, especially where there is a tender, takes a while. Also often had to hunt for a seat at the Horizon Court Buffet but the formal dining rooms are a good alternative. The ship is fairly old and will probably be in need of a refit before too long but is in acceptable condition at the moment. Our biggest disappointment was not being able to cruise in Fiordland as the weather forecast wasn't very good in spite of being fine in Dunedin when the announcement was made the day before. Instead we headed back to Melbourne at a slower speed to arrive at the scheduled time. Apparently this cancellation is not unusual. We did get a refund of $25 each for "port tax". Our stop at Gisborne was also cancelled as it was a bit rough for the tenders - $10 port tax refund each. The other disappointment was the price of drinks which we thought were exorbitant at $15 glass for the only Shiraz available (about $55 a bottle I think) and $12 glass for a Sav Blanc. Because of this we purchased wine ashore (never had any comments when our hand baggage was x-rayed on returning to the ship) and paid $15 corkage in the dining room or drank it in the cabin. I suspect they may have increased the price of drinks dramatically when they cut out the gratuities on Australian/NZ cruises. We were 3 days short of qualifying for Platinum status at the start of the cruise so were very pleasantly surprised to be upgraded to Platinum on embarkation. It was great having 250 minutes each of free internet (the only real benefit to us of having Platinum status). The cruise was pretty much as we expected and was excellent value as it included our air fares from Perth to Melbourne and return. I would recommend this cruise if you want a quick taste of New Zealand and enjoy the shipboard experience. Read Less
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