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7 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Los Angeles

7 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Los Angeles

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  • Day 1
    Los Angeles
  • Day 2
    Santa Barbara
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    San Francisco
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Astoria, Oregon
  • Day 7
    Victoria
  • Day 8
    Vancouver

Star Princess

Star Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Activities and cuisine are themed around the ship's itinerary.

Cons

Nightlife and evening entertainment can be lacking, especially the main stage shows.

Bottom Line

Enrichment, food and drink are strong suits, but you need port days to keep from getting bored.


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: September 2019
7 days to Alaska. We were supposed to go to Sawyer glacier but the capt. decided the weather was too bad to go. That was to be the highlight of the cruise. The star is an older ship but still looks good for the most part. Be very careful ... Read More
7 days to Alaska. We were supposed to go to Sawyer glacier but the capt. decided the weather was too bad to go. That was to be the highlight of the cruise. The star is an older ship but still looks good for the most part. Be very careful on the Lido deck when it has water on it. My wife slipped twice and the second time banged her knee pretty good. The deck is very slippery. We had a table for 2 confirmed for early seating only to find out it got changed to a table of 8. We were told they couldn't change it so we went to anytime seating and got a table for 2. The menu in the dinning room had 3 very good nights and 4 that were just so so. We ended up with salmon that is on the everyday side of the menu. The Buffet on lido deck wasn't very good for the most part. Pizza was just sauce and cheese on cardboard. Hamburgers were the best part of that deck. They have soft serve ice cream all day. The shows were good for the most part.. The magician was good, the so called comedian just wanted to swear which isn't funny but a big turn off. It was too bad he was on twice. The internet was very slow., other ships have much faster internet. The windows in the public areas were dirty and some you could hardly look through. Being elite status, if you are a drinker you get free mini bar, all the drinks you want at the captains party and free wine tasting. If you don't drink you get nothing-just a bottle of water. they discriminate against nondrinkers. Ports of call were Skayway, Ketchikan, Judeau, and Victoria (from 7pm to 11 pm) so you are there at night. Being in Alaska is always nice and pretty. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2019
It was arranged by a local bus tour company and it was a dream of mine. My husband and I decided that life is too short to sit around waiting for the lottery. The ship was awesome and our cabin was comfortable and clean. The bed was very ... Read More
It was arranged by a local bus tour company and it was a dream of mine. My husband and I decided that life is too short to sit around waiting for the lottery. The ship was awesome and our cabin was comfortable and clean. The bed was very comfortable as were the pillows. The dining was an experience in different tastes and an awesome and overwhelming journey. It was prepared well and it allowed us to experience different foods i.e. ate escargots for the first time and they were delicious. Anyone who said they were bored just were not taking advantage of what was available from bingo, bible study, casino, crafts, exercise, comedy acts and Broadway acts, etc. We also went on shore excursions in Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway and they were all fun in their own way, Saw a good deal of country, spoke with many people and it was truly an awesome experience. The steward, Reinir was just a lovely individual who worked hard but was very genuine in his dealings with us. No phoniness about him. He was very good at giving us advice and directions about things on the ship and what was available. In the dining room we had Rhoderick and he guided us in an adventure in dining. Ate a variety of meals and they were second to no one. The chefs knew their way around a kitchen and the blends of flavours they used were out of this world. We ended our cruise in Seattle but prior to that we were in Victoria BC Canada. We arrived at 7 PM PST and it was beginning to darken soon after we embarked on a shuttle bus and we walked to Chinatown. If we had arrived at 4 PM the excursions others had taken would have been enjoyed a bit longer because the main complaint from others was they couldn't see anything because of the lack of light. ALL IN ALL for hubby and I it was a tremendous experience. The weather at times was abysmal but it's September in Alaska,,,rain and fog were a chance we took and we did not get to the TRACY fjord due to the dense thick fog and that was disappointing but safety was a factor and I am glad the Captain went on the side of safety. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2019
Overall we had a wonderful time. I looked forward to the captain's greetings which always ended with "bye-bye". We purchased the steak and lobster balcony dinner, however this being our first cruise we thought you would dine ... Read More
Overall we had a wonderful time. I looked forward to the captain's greetings which always ended with "bye-bye". We purchased the steak and lobster balcony dinner, however this being our first cruise we thought you would dine on a special balcony of the ship. Not so, you are supposed to have a balcony room for this feature (they really should include that in the ad) so we asked the dining staff how we could amend this and they rose to the occasion. We had our own private waiters, James and Nino, who set us up at table on the aft balcony of the ship and dusk. They kept our champagne glasses filled, they took photos for us and even shelled our lobster. They provided us with a night of amazing memories. Alan, our cabin steward was also amazing. The first day he knew our names and always greeted us with a smile, even took a moment to ask about our excursions or our experience. He made us feel like family, not guests. Read Less
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