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12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Southampton

12 Night British Isles & Western Europe Cruise from Southampton

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Itinerary

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

Sail Date: May 2019
Took sister and husband with us. As beginners, they were very satisfied with the overall experience. We are long-time Princess cruisers, and were quite happy overall. In particular, the entertainment was better than usual for this line, ... Read More
Took sister and husband with us. As beginners, they were very satisfied with the overall experience. We are long-time Princess cruisers, and were quite happy overall. In particular, the entertainment was better than usual for this line, with an excellent cast and orchestra. Hearing Daniel Oliver sing at the piano was great, as we heard him some years ago on a different ship. Also appreciated was the absence of blaring music on the open deck. Dining room food was inferior to the buffet. After a bit of learning, I must say that the Medallion system is an improvement over the old card system. The ethnic mix was unusual for us, with 1100 Americans, 1200 Asian, and 1000 others, with clear differences in cultural behaviours. We were pleased to attend a private lunch with the captain and senior officers for the 40 passengers with the most Princess cruise days. Unfortunately, the weather was mostly overcast and drizzly. Our inside cabin seemed to have more space (especially storage) than the usual Princess. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
Not one of my best Princess Cruises. The staff try sooo hard ... but VERY obvious they are EXTREMELY busy - morale seemed to be low - in my opinion. We chose this Baltic Cruise as it included Oslo - don’t know why they bothered - ... Read More
Not one of my best Princess Cruises. The staff try sooo hard ... but VERY obvious they are EXTREMELY busy - morale seemed to be low - in my opinion. We chose this Baltic Cruise as it included Oslo - don’t know why they bothered - too short a time in port! Would have liked more time in Tallinn which I think is an absolute GEM! Stockholm, Helsinki, Berlin, St Petersburg = fantastic! Not keen on medallion . Husband orders .. I get charged... go figure !!! I went to customer service to fix our bills— and they say - actually they ‘shrug’ - and say “we don’t know what they do in Restaurants” HUH ??? Anytime dining was usually 1/2 hr or more wait! Our first and last time we try that ! Food definitely not as good in Restaurants - as previous Cruises —- except lobster night YUM! Horizon Court had a few ‘nice surprises’✔️ Pools TINY and spas were limited. For me = SHIP TOO BIG - AND - NO PROMENADE DECK —- ON PROMENADE LEVEL—not one of our favourite Princess memories! ps I personally think ‘Sapphire Princess’ was a magnificent SHIP with a small ship feel. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2019
We chose this cruise based on the itinerary. We had not been to the Baltic and have always wanted to visit Copenhagen, Stockholm, and St Petersburg. We were not disappointed with the ports of call. St Petersburg in particular was ... Read More
We chose this cruise based on the itinerary. We had not been to the Baltic and have always wanted to visit Copenhagen, Stockholm, and St Petersburg. We were not disappointed with the ports of call. St Petersburg in particular was amazing. Having visited many of Europe's great palaces and parks, we were blown away with the Peterhof and Katherine's Palace. We were excited to try a new class of ship with the Regal Princess. Having spent all of our Princess cruises on the Grand class of ship, the Regal sounded like a potential upgrade. This simply was not the case. This was exaggerated by the poor weather on the trip. We were unfortunate with a low pressure storm following us from Copenhagen to St Petersburg with the highs in the low 50s. The weather made all of the outdoor spaces on the ship unusable. Since the Regal does not have an enclosed pool other than the spa pool and is very exposed on the Lido deck, everyone on the ship congregated in the Piazza. Unlike other ships we've been on, the Regal does not have the quiet nooks and crannies to play cards, read a book, or just watch the world go by. Further without a covered pool, there was no place to comfortably swim or enjoy the hot tub. This ship should not be used for early season Baltic cruises. Our fellow passengers were from a variety of countries with the vast majority of Asian heritage. We met very few Americans on board. Although this was surprising, it didn't bother us; people are people and enjoy the same activities. We enjoyed our ship mates. Food on the ship was above average in our opinion. The service across the ship was also above average. Almost everyone was polite and helpful with a few exceptions. Overall we were very pleased with food and service. Our cabin was M409. We've posted a review of the cabin as it is not a cabin we would choose again. It is very loud due to the Lido deck above. Overall we had an enjoyable trip. We would definitely do the itinerary again, but not on this ship. Read Less
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