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15 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

15 Night Transatlantic Cruise from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

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    Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)
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    Cruising
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    Azores Islands
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    Lisbon
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    Bilbao
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    Cruising
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    Brussels
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    Isle of Portland (England)
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    Southampton

Regal Princess

Regal Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Excellent dining options abound

Cons

Small cabins and balconies feel tight

Bottom Line

Modern and sophisticated decor, entertainment and dining


Cruise Reviews

We thought it would be great to become part of history so we choose this World Record attempt at marriage vow renewal cruise. This was our third cruise. The first on the Royal and we were officially married on the Caribbean. Our ... Read More
We thought it would be great to become part of history so we choose this World Record attempt at marriage vow renewal cruise. This was our third cruise. The first on the Royal and we were officially married on the Caribbean. Our experience on these two cruises far exceeded our expectations. Sadly I was extremely disappointed with the Regal. We had dinner at the Crown Grill and I had to send my steak back 3 times. I requested it be cooked medium And by the time I got it back the rest of my meal was cold and my steak was no longer juicy because of all the times I had to cut it to make sure it was cooked. We went on the Ultimate ship tour and that was great. I was amazed at the magnitude of laundry operation. This tour was well worth the cost! The captain was also personable, kind and genuinely loved his job. He explained bridge operations in a way that we could easily understand. Effy had a charm bracelet promo that was poorly thought out. You had to attend an “event” to receive a charm. If you missed an event because of vow renewal, waiting to get picture with Gavin McLeod and Jill Whelan, shore excursion or dinner we were told the last day of cruise we could get the charms that we missed. This was not correct. Grudgingly Effy gave you only 2 charms that you missed. Phoebe, our shopping concierge was gone. No where to be found. We went on several excursions where we were we only allowed 15 minutes shopping. I wish this time frame was at least 30 minutes. Last but not least...it is sad that my final impression occurs on disembarkation. The staff cannot wait for you to leave. No more being nice or helpful. No come back and see us. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
We are elite cruisers with Princess and value the perks they provide us. This was a short cruise to celebrate our 45th Wedding Anniversary. We spent 2 nights in Long Beach at the Hilton before the cruise where Princess put us up. The ... Read More
We are elite cruisers with Princess and value the perks they provide us. This was a short cruise to celebrate our 45th Wedding Anniversary. We spent 2 nights in Long Beach at the Hilton before the cruise where Princess put us up. The first leg was to Catalina Island, 24 miles away from LA. So the ship sailed South during the night and then back North. We took the excursion on a bus up to Catalina Airport in the Sky. This was a beautiful, but bumpy, ride. We'd do this again. This excursion included a glass bottom boat ride in the harbor over a protected marine area. This we also enjoyed - but not for the glass bottom! For $5 you can buy a couple of tubes of fish food. The intent is to pour it down a shoot and hope it attracts fish to the glass area. The Captain recommended tossing food over the side and hanging out of the open window areas to watch. I don't usually bother with this kind of stuff, but I was one of the few people who bought the food. Throwing it over the side caused a feeding frenzy as fish fought at the surface for yummies. My wife put her phone on auto taking pictures per second to capture the event. I ended up giving some of the food to a couple with two young boys so that they could watch a frenzy. The next day was a day a sea. We were disappointed that there was no port talk or any other lecture. The last port was Ensenada, Mexico. Here we took an excursion to the La Bufadora, the largest marine geyser in the world.Interesting, but more interesting was the local tourist market, vibrant with colors and locals ready to deal. I'd recommend this excursion just for the market. Our Suite Cabin was great- 2 sinks! One in the shower/tub room and one in the toilet room. My wife loved that. The Concierge Room which was just down the hall from us was super. Suite passengers could go there anytime for snacks and free cocktails and wine between 4:30 and 6 PM. We ate lunch there a couple times - finger sandwiches, cheese, and crackers plus other little snacks in a quiet place. It was great to avoid the buffet with 3600 other people. Our cabin also had a wrap around deck on the port side. This is the second wrap around we've had and they are great to give you just a little better view of some things. The Singer and the Comedian provided great entertainment in the Princess Theater- get there 30 minutes early to get a seat! We used Club Class Dining for dinner after cocktails in the Concierge Room. That's anytime dining with a great menu. I had crustacean meals every night. We dined by 6 PM or so and had plenty of time to go back to our cabin to relax a minute before hiking forward to the Theater. There was always one or two couples next to us in the dining room interested in talking and we like that. I don't like the Princess Show Productions. They all- across all ships- sound the same. Almost every song sounds the same. Only the soloists break up the monotony. I don't have any idea how the ship's staff can always be so friendly. It is like they never have a bad day. Service on the ship was above par. We didn't see much of our cabin steward- but the room was refreshed the moment we left it! My wife is now researching cruises on Princess Ships with the Concierge Lounge for Suite Passengers. We already have two cruises planned in 2021. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
After cruising with many companies we have chosen Princess the last 4 times. Actually the Regal Princess the last two times. Embarking and Disembarking is seamless. Very impressed how they move so many people. On board you are treated like ... Read More
After cruising with many companies we have chosen Princess the last 4 times. Actually the Regal Princess the last two times. Embarking and Disembarking is seamless. Very impressed how they move so many people. On board you are treated like royalty. If you ever have a problem is is solved ASAP. We chose the Mini Suite Balcony this time over our regular choice of a balcony stateroom. For the little extra cost you have allot more comforts. don't miss making reservations at the Crown Grill. Service and atmosphere is perfect for a romantic evening. The food is to top shelf. Order the filet mignon or the Rib eye steak cooked medium. You can thank me later. We always request "Voice-law" as our waiter but all the waters are superb. Entertainment is always ( I mean always ) great. Best I have seen on any ship. Excursions for snorkeling are the only thing I can comment on, and they are always well run. Ask around however; we have found great snorkeling by word of mouth and going on our own, with a taxi. It is risky because the ship will leave without you. The spacious fitness area has all the latest equipment plus free weights.They just didn't plop a treadmill & bike in a spare room. Only thing they could possibly add to this complete gym would be an endless pool. Lastly my secret Tip. The room steward's on the ship are always great. Tip them well. When I start a cruise, I tip my room steward generously. Again; thank me later. Don't forget a couples message. When your wife feels pampered all week ( happy wife is a happy life ) Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
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