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25 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Dublin

25 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Dublin

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Dublin
  • Day 2
    Liverpool
  • Day 3
    Belfast
  • Day 4
    Greenock (Glasgow)
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Invergordon
  • Day 7
    South Queensferry
  • Day 8
    Cruising
  • Day 9
    Paris
  • Day 10
    Southampton
  • Day 11
    Brussels
  • Day 12
    Isle of Portland (England)
  • Day 13
    Cruising
  • Day 14
    Bordeaux
  • Day 15
    Bilbao
  • Day 16
    Cruising
  • Day 17
    Lisbon
  • Day 18
    Cruising
  • Day 19
    Azores Islands
  • Day 20
    Cruising
  • Day 21
    Cruising
  • Day 22
    Cruising
  • Day 23
    Cruising
  • Day 24
    Cruising
  • Day 25
    Cruising
  • Day 26
    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: June 2019
Been on over 25 cruises, various lines from Carnival in early days to crystal. Princess is not Crystal or Cunard of course. For a large ship, it was a good cruise. First the crew and service staff did their jobs well and were very friendly ... Read More
Been on over 25 cruises, various lines from Carnival in early days to crystal. Princess is not Crystal or Cunard of course. For a large ship, it was a good cruise. First the crew and service staff did their jobs well and were very friendly and organized and good at what they do. The food was excellent, including on the Lido deck. The ship was clean and well kept and had the feeling it was "new". At ports the ship was efficient at getting the passengers off and back on board. I have no complaints at all. If you tour in Edinburgh, remember that there is a long walk UPHILL to the top of the castle, and it is tiring. And a long walk back down. I have travled to over 125 nations in my business years and as a tourist as well. This included trips to Scotland, England, and Ireland. I did not find the cities on the cruise of great interest, but one did get a good feel of what Ireland was like and ENgland, and scotland. There is a reason that the british isles are characterized as a nation of pubs and shopkeepers, and it was ok and a good time could be had. I would recommend this cruise. For a summer cruise that took a risk of being in the north atlantic area, the seas were quiet and not much rolling of the ship at all. I didnot see any ill passengers at all, which i have seen in other oceans and cruises. This cruise is cold, wet, and windy. Recommend wool socks heavy, rain hat, and waterproof coat with hood. Layer up. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
This was a 13 day cruise of the UK. We planned it for a long time and worked with a travel agent. The ship is older but had recently had some renovations done to it. Our cabin was lovely and was always clean thanks to excellent ... Read More
This was a 13 day cruise of the UK. We planned it for a long time and worked with a travel agent. The ship is older but had recently had some renovations done to it. Our cabin was lovely and was always clean thanks to excellent stateroom staff. Although the TV often did not work. We were given a $50 credit for this. We were told by other passengers that the food in the expensive specialty restaurants was really good but the food in the buffet and regular dining rooms was really just slop. It was uninspiring and unappealing and was usually cold with horrible vegetarian offerings. It always looked like the chef was on a cheap budget. After awhile it became quite depressing to never have a really nice meal since we had paid for meals and had expected some nice meals. We sometimes complained and our meals where replaced with new hotter versions but the next night we got the same cold food. It became irritating to deal with. I do not know how to really explain the Princess Shore Excursions. They went to wonderful places but were restrictive and you always felt uncomfortable due to buses that actually had no washroom facilities that were usable and were uncomfortable if you actually had legs -- there was no room to put them. You were always "on the clock" and had some tour guide or Princess excursion person lining you up like a cattle beast. I will never go on a Cruise Ship line shore excursion again. I heard many husbands saying to their wives that they were not spending any more time on buses that crammed people in like sardines. That being said, their were some really excellent tour guides that knew a great deal of their City and their Country and shared their stories with humour and fun. Entertainment was good on the ship and we attended some shows. Shopping was a bit snotty on the ship especially in the jewellery shop. The art work looked somewhat old and tired for some reason??? The public bathrooms on Deck 15 outside of the Horizon Buffet were moldy with broken tiles -- guess they were not part of the recent renovation. I am not sure I would go on another Princess Cruise Line cruise. My husband and I are planning 2 more cruises -- one in 2020 and another in 2021 but don't think we will use Princess. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
We were looking into cruising around the British Isles and Princess offered the best time of year and the most ports of call that interested me and my family. My husband and I had cruised before on two other cruise lines for a shorter ... Read More
We were looking into cruising around the British Isles and Princess offered the best time of year and the most ports of call that interested me and my family. My husband and I had cruised before on two other cruise lines for a shorter time, but had heard good reviews of Princess. We were not sorry in the least that we chose the Crown Princess for this Trip of a Lifetime!! After winning the battle with a serious health issue last year, my husband decided that he was due a very special trip this year. Being retired, this was truly a leap of faith financially for us. Our two grown children were also able to join us and the British Isles were at the top of all our "Bucket Lists", especially since my husband had been delving so deeply into his British genealogy while re-cooperating. The Crown Princess is a massive, elegant ship, well-maintained and appointed. We "splurged" on a balcony room and will never regret it - waking up at dawn and gliding by the green coast of Ireland will be one of the most beautiful memories I will ever keep. The stateroom was extremely clean and comfortable, and our stateroom attendant could not have been more pleasant and sweet. The abundance of wonderful food was amazing, and with a diabetic and a vegan in our group, all our dietary issues were easily satisfied! Unfortunately, with all the great excursions that took us off the ship, we never had time to fully enjoy ALL the fun events that the Crown Princess had to offer! (But our family did win TWICE at the nightly Trivia event that we made sure not to miss!) We also greatly enjoyed the movies and live entertainment in the theater, and also braved the chilly wind on the deck at the Movie Under the Stars one night, wrapped in cozy blankets with bags of popcorn! Every crew member who simply passed us in the hall, or served our dinner, or cleaned our staterooms greeted us with big smiles and a helping hand. We spoke with several who told us what it was like to live and work on such a huge cruise ship - and they all loved doing it! I know every cruise is different and there are no guarantees that each one sails through smooth waters in perfect weather, but that was our lucky experience! Princess took great care of us, made Britain and France accessible to us with amazing shore excursions, and played host to our family in so many unexpected ways! How wonderful it was to have the four of us together again for 12 glorious days filled with beauty and laughter! Thanks, Princess!! Read Less
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