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Invited my Sister and Brother-in-Law for their first time Princess cruise and they really enjoyed themselves, my BIL wanted a really short cruise and he got it. Our stateroom attendant was a dream come true who helped us so much with my ... Read More
Invited my Sister and Brother-in-Law for their first time Princess cruise and they really enjoyed themselves, my BIL wanted a really short cruise and he got it. Our stateroom attendant was a dream come true who helped us so much with my Sister and Brother-in-Law. The stateroom was just below Lido deck so I did not have a long walk and elevator ride in the mornings when taking my Wife her first cup of coffee. We were also close to the elevators and the laundry room. Everyone greeted us and there were smiles everywhere. The entertainment was great and the comedian was really funny. Food selection was great and the service was excellent but tables were at times scarce in the Horizon Court. We really likes the fresh made Pizza and the Ice Cream bar. The Captain spoke to us on the intercom system a number of times and he has a funny side which was a delight. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Chose the California departure for a Thanksgiving holiday. We have previously been on Celebrity, Norwegian and Carnival. We had an obstructed view cabin which was well-laid out. We did not find the food, entertainment or service to be ... Read More
Chose the California departure for a Thanksgiving holiday. We have previously been on Celebrity, Norwegian and Carnival. We had an obstructed view cabin which was well-laid out. We did not find the food, entertainment or service to be anywhere close to what we have had on five Norwegian cruises. Key card wouldn't work upon embarkation so one person was stuck for 30 minutes waiting for security. Disembarking this morning was a fiasco - because of the 5 day cruise, persons were expected to carry their own luggage, leave the room by 8 and assemble at various locations at specific times based on deck and cabin number. Nothing seemed to work - waited in line for over an hour - the officer present at the theater could only explain the delay by stating immigration was looking at passports. Dining room food was OKAY but often slow - saw several other diners get up and leave one night. Buffet was just OKAY as well - tables were more available than on other ships - that is about the only positive that comes to mind about the entire Princess experience! Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Background: We did a family trip (6 adults) for thanksgiving. My husband and I have only sailed previously on Disney Cruise Line to the Caribbean, so admittedly have little to offer in terms of comparison. We chose this ship/itinerary ... Read More
Background: We did a family trip (6 adults) for thanksgiving. My husband and I have only sailed previously on Disney Cruise Line to the Caribbean, so admittedly have little to offer in terms of comparison. We chose this ship/itinerary because of the length (5 nights) and sail date (over Thanksgiving). The fact that half of the group was in driving distance of LA helped us choose as well. Port: there are no car rental agencies on site. We dropped off half the group and all the bags at the terminal (approximately 1030am), then dropped the car at Hertz in San Pedro. The weather was nice so we walked back to the port (approx 1 mile). Post-cruise, we rented from Avis so had to Uber to Long Beach Airport (about a 20 minute drive). Had we chosen to park a car, it was under $20/day at the port. Embarkation: tagged our bags with our preprinted tags and the porters took them. We walked into berth 93 with our carry-on luggage (including 4 bottles of wine). The check-in process was pretty quick and the agent checked passports and gave us our keycards and boarding group number. They didn’t take a photo (for the keycard) until we actually boarded the ship. We then went through security and the X-ray scanners. From there, I was directed to the alcohol desk/table to register my wine. Because we were 6 adults through 4 cabins, we had no corkage fee, but I had to have someone from another’s cabin come with me to show we had multiple cabins to avoid a fee. It was actually really easy. Then we waited for the boarding process to begin. There were several folks continuing on from the previous cruise (a 28 day Hawaiian trip!) who were able to reboard first. We had group 4 so had to wait a few minutes. When called, we boarded through the aircraft jetbridge-like walkway up to the ship. There were photographers taking group photos in front of a green screen. When we got to the ship, a Princess employee scanned each keycard and took a photo (no glasses) before allowing us on the ship. We were onboard by 1230pm and headed to the buffet. Cabin: wasn’t ready until 2pm and our bags didn’t arrive until closer to dinner time. We stayed in B757 which is a balcony cabin in the rear of the ship. The rest of the group were in inside cabins on the Aloha and Baja decks forward. All the cabins were quite roomy. Our cabin had a massive balcony with two chairs and a table, two chairs inside, a small tv (note that most channels showed a loop of two shows or a movie each day all day; if you happen to be sick and stuck in your cabin, you will become bored of the limited selection quickly), a queen sized bed, a small refrigerator, and loads of storage in the closet area as well as the desk/nightstands. The view from the balcony watching the wake was really nice, especially later in the trip leaving Cabo. Dining: we chose late dining but tried two specialty restaurants as well. Share - was fantastic, I can’t recommend it enough. Our server was Magdalena and she recommended ordering several from each course and sharing. We did that for a few courses but eventually each just ordered what we wanted. Everything was delicious and we’d all go back without hesitation. Crown Grill - also delicious, but honestly the Share steaks were better in my opinion. Still, no real complaints. Botticelli (dinner) - Princess offers some entrees every night and then has special entrees only available on a given night. Again, no complaints, everything we tried was great. On the final night, the seas were rough and I was feeling it, so I ordered the beef consommé which helped tremendously and tasted good. The only negative at the restaurant is the kitchen was really slow, reportedly because they share a kitchen with another dining room. Botticelli (breakfast) - again, slow kitchen, but since Michelangelo doesn’t serve breakfast, I don’t know what the rationale was. The pancakes and the French toast (especially the James Beard cornflake crusted version) were excellent. On one morning where I was feeling sick, I asked our server, Wellington, for a box of Frosted Flakes to take with me and he actually had to go up to the buffet to get it for me. I appreciated the effort on that since I wasn’t able to easily get up there with the seasickness. Horizon court buffet - most of the food was really good. I didn’t care for the chili, but everything else I tried (including some Indian dishes I hadn’t had before) were delicious. Afternoon tea - I don’t like tea, but enjoyed the tea service nonetheless. Servers come around with different pastries and scones with quite the large selection. I would recommend it. Spa: I didn’t try the workout area but did get a massage. I probably wouldn’t do that again on this ship since my treatment room was right next to the hair salon so was loud, plus faced out to the deck so my therapist kept struggling to get around my table in the small room and kept knocking into the blinds. It wasn’t exactly relaxing. Wine tastings: we tried two of the wine tastings. The first was an additional $25 per person and included 6 wines and canapés. I would highly recommend the tasting. The one later in the trip was under $10 per person with 5 wines and prepacked crackers and some cheese cubes. I would probably skip that one. Both tastings had sommeliers and servers explaining the wines in detail, but honestly I would have preferred a shorter explanation on most of the wines. Some speakers were long winded. Entertainment: I only watched one of the game shows, part of an art auction, and a few of the musicians in the lounges, so I can’t accurately comment on most of the entertainment. The musicians were hit or miss. Ports: we only went to Cabo, so had mostly sea days. Cabo was a 24 hour stay, so some passengers chose to stay in a hotel/resort overnight. The tenders began around 2pm and continued throughout the day/night until 1130am. (Every half hour overnight.) I found the tender process to be a bit disorganized. Again, I don’t have a ton of experience but the line to get a tender was so long, we decided to wait on the ship until 4pm. (Note: this was where we decided to go to afternoon tea to wait it out.) My parents chose an excursion in Cabo to a resort for the day, so they didn’t have the long tender wait that the rest of us without an excursion faced. The rest of us ventured to land around 4pm and yelped taco shops. We enddd up at Tacos Guss, which was just a short walk from the main tourist walkway/boardwalk/malecon. After lunch, we walked around a bit more and over to the mall by the aforementioned tourist walkway. The mall has seen better days but looks like they’re renovating most of the second floor. From there, we kept walking to the end, then turned back to walk around the harbor back to the tender area. Lots of people trying to sell everything from bracelets to cigars to pictures with an iguana, but no one was rude about it; a polite “no thanks” was sufficient. Upon return to the tenders, the line was several hundred people long (approximately 645pm). We were concerned we’d miss our onboard dinner at 745pm, but the line moved fast enough that we were on a tender by 715pm and back on the boat around 730pm. We didn’t choose to return to Cabo the following morning, so we really only spent 3 hours in the town. Disembarkation: everyone who didn’t purchase Princess airport transfers was assigned a walk off group based on cabin number. With 4 cabins and around 7 bags, this was not a great way of doing things. We spoke to the front desk and they put us all into one of the later groups and gave us some luggage tags to put on our bags. We had to have the bags out by midnight before disembarkation. We had to be out of the cabins by 800am but our group wasn’t scheduled to exit until 945am. We had breakfast at Botticelli and then hung out by a table in the Lido Deck for a while before heading to the Wheelhouse Bar for our meeting location. This process seemed far more difficult than necessary and we ended up waiting about half an hour extra in the bar until we actually got off the ship. Customs was easy (we are all Us passport holders) and bag claim was very quick (likely because most people had to carry their own bags when they walked off). Overall thoughts: Cons - I struggled to understand many servers/speakers/other personnel. They spoke English, but many had very thick accents. The deck plan is strange - i continually walked into dead ends all over the ship. I’m not sure if it was a retrofit that caused it or if that’s original. Also, there are many parts of the upper decks that effectively require stairs. There’s only one elevator on the ship that goes to some of the aft top decks but it can be quite slow. Public restrooms on the main decks were hard to find. The cruise line seems to have chosen to keep the signs small and discreet, but that left me continually asking people where the restrooms were or going back to my cabin regularly. Compared to DCL, the staff were a bit less friendly (though not rude) and the ship’s upkeep wasn’t as good (though not unsafe). The price for this cruise was significantly less, so I expected some decline in service, but many times I was still left wishing I was on the Disney Fantasy. Tendering/disembarkation - given that this ship has been sailing for years to ports around the world, I don’t understand why the tendering and disembarkation processes were so slow and disorganized. Photos - all the photos the ship photographers take are out up on deck. I’m surprised they don’t have a feature where they scan your keycard so you can easily find/access your pictures. App - there is no app, only the Princess @Sea site. You can message others only if you know their unique id number. Also there are no push notifications so you are forced to continually refresh the screen to see if your family/friends messaged you. As this was a holiday cruise, there were many kids (especially teenagers) onboard. I actually found them much more obtrusive in this ship than I have on DCL. Pros - The food was fantastic. There are bars and lounges throughout the ship as opposed to Disney where most are tucked into one part of the ship. The Piazza (atrium) is a nice place to relax but is a bit small for some of the events they use it for. Overall, I’ll probably sail Princess again but not in the immediate future. I think it was a fairly good choice for our group, given our constraints on geography and timing. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
I was not the one to choose this cruise, because a relative generously took our whole extended family on it and covered the cost. But I couldn't have asked for a better experience: the rooms were comfortable and clean, the service was ... Read More
I was not the one to choose this cruise, because a relative generously took our whole extended family on it and covered the cost. But I couldn't have asked for a better experience: the rooms were comfortable and clean, the service was extraordinary and flawless, the entertainment was excellent, and the ship itself was beautiful. There were so many things to do and it was all perfectly organized. I especially appreciated the Princess app that allowed people to set up a messaging system with other devices on board, which was a plus because of how large our group was. The dining was amazing as well, especially the sit-down dinners in the formal dining rooms. The activities were diverse and interesting, and well-designed. Embarkation went well, especially because the porters took our bags to our room for us, but disembarkation was much harder and there was little organization. When we reached port in Cabo San Lucas, the tender system worked very well and we had little trouble exploring the city. We knew everything we needed to know about the ship's departure times and when the last tender was going to leave, so that was very helpful. The service on board was, as I said, excellent, but there were many people who did not speak English as a first language and it made them very difficult to understand. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Hi all Unlike many other reviews, we found the Emerald Princess to be just about perfect. Oh sure, there are a few areas that show some wear, and a few employees that don't smile as much as others, but quite honestly, we go to ... Read More
Hi all Unlike many other reviews, we found the Emerald Princess to be just about perfect. Oh sure, there are a few areas that show some wear, and a few employees that don't smile as much as others, but quite honestly, we go to relax and enjoy the food, each other, and scenery and don't pay much attention to trivial things. MDR food was better than i remember from other Princess cruises. Everything was great and seasoned well. SHARE is a gem. Magdalena was the best waitress we have had, and the food was perfect. Pizza is always awesome, and even the buffet food was good and fresh. Cabin was nice. The setup for the fourth berth out of the ceiling is a bit clunky, but after a few minutes we learned to work around it. 24 hours in Cabo was great. Its nice to have time to explore a port and not worry about rushing about to get back before the ship leaves. I recommend anyone to do this itinerary for that. We showed up at our arrival time as provided by Princess, and as a result, we were on the ship in 15 minutes. Kids club was a smash for our 7 and 10 year old, they were crying the last night because they didn't want to leave and had so much fun. Great staff here too, very patient and professional Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
As a frequent cruiser, I tend to expect a lot. I travel on various cruise lines and am on Princess at least half of the time. The service and food on this ship was noticeably superior. Ship management and staff should be congratulated. ... Read More
As a frequent cruiser, I tend to expect a lot. I travel on various cruise lines and am on Princess at least half of the time. The service and food on this ship was noticeably superior. Ship management and staff should be congratulated. Attentive wait staff and overall food venues were exceptionally good. Pastry,bread,soup, buffet, dining room presentations were available and at the right temperatures etc. We choose this cruise to get away for a while and the itinerary was perfect for that. The ship handled the long sea days well and was about the right size for a 28 day trip. The ship is scheduled for a facelift which should make the experience even nicer. Keep it up Princess and we will be back! Shore excursions were good but like most ships, the price seems to go up along with drink prices. Overall, it was a memorable experience. Most passengers were very happy with the cruise. Read Less
Sail Date October 2018
I chose this cruise because it left from Vancouver and came back to Vancouver, which is my home port. This was my first time on Princess and the first cruise for my daughter who came with me. The Emerald Princess has a capacity of 3500 ... Read More
I chose this cruise because it left from Vancouver and came back to Vancouver, which is my home port. This was my first time on Princess and the first cruise for my daughter who came with me. The Emerald Princess has a capacity of 3500 passengers and was extremely crowded. There is not enough public space for that many people and too much space is given over to selling artwork and photographs. There were line-ups for anytime dining and the tiny atrium was standing room only. Because of the line-ups, we ate later than we normally would have and as a result, were not able to attend many of the entertainment events. Often we arrived to find there were no seats left at all. Sharing tables with others in the Horizon Court buffet was the norm. I found it difficult to tell direction on this ship, even after 10 days, and signage for the restrooms was poor. We ate breakfast and some lunches in Horizon Court and found it to be adequate. We had very nice dinners in the paid venues Crown Grill, Crab Shack and twice in the Saltydog gastropub. We really enjoyed the appetizers, soups and desserts in the main dining room and we liked the pub lunch in the Wheelhouse Bar. Our favourite place was Vines where we received excellent service and enjoyed the tapas and California rolls. We watched the Wake show in the morning which started our day with good laughs and good information. Our favourite event was the ABBA trivia session hosted by Jen and Omparo (sp?) but we also enjoyed comedian Steve Caouette, music group Pinnacle, the Walker Black Duo and the Sun Shine Duo. Embarkation was okay but disembarking was not. We were sent to the Princess Theatre, which is terraced, so I had to drag my carry-on down several stairs and then pull it back up again when it was time to leave. Made no sense at all. We booked excursions through the ship in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Francisco. We loved the wine and cupcake day in Santa Barbara and our trip to Muir Woods and Sausalito in San Francisco. We did not like Los Angeles and wished we'd stayed on the ship. The best part of the trip was some of the people we met and the many staff who worked so hard to make our holiday a success. I would travel with Princess again but I'd keep an eye out for smaller ships. Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
Wow!! Princess runs an extremely well organized cruise. Our excursion was fantastic. The service on board was amazing and the picture package was a total value!!!! We had the best formal dining room experience with an incredibly wonderful ... Read More
Wow!! Princess runs an extremely well organized cruise. Our excursion was fantastic. The service on board was amazing and the picture package was a total value!!!! We had the best formal dining room experience with an incredibly wonderful wait staff. It was every thing we would have wanted in a cruise experience. The comedian on board was the best comedian I’ve ever seen in person. My kids and I enjoyed the warm weather and sat in the hot tub on many occasions. The couples massage we received on board was fantastic except for the sales pitch that came at the end of the massage. Unfortunately, that tainted our relaxation experience a little bit. They tried to sell us oil and acupuncture treatments at the end. Bad call and disappointing. Honestly, that is the only negative experience we had for the whole week. I really can’t say enough good things about our cruise experience. We would travel on princess anytime. The boarding and disembarking was so smoothe and easy as well. . Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
The ports were awesome and the dining staff were also great. The room stewards were lazy and only did what they had to. The bed fell on me and I got "sorry". No special treatment on this cruise, no towel animals or anything extra ... Read More
The ports were awesome and the dining staff were also great. The room stewards were lazy and only did what they had to. The bed fell on me and I got "sorry". No special treatment on this cruise, no towel animals or anything extra for sure, just the bare minimum. Food was ok but not a lot of variety. Buffet was small and had most of the same food every night. Dining room staff was great! You would barely get finished with your plate and they were cleaning up after you. Entertainment was poor, not much planned for the sea days. Casino was small with just a few table games and little variety for the slots. Jacuzzi wasn't any warmer than a cool bath. Shopping was fair but nothing to brag about. The ports were excellent though, the highlight of the cruise. Every since tips have been included, service has become horrible. Need to go back to making the staff earn their tips. Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
My friend invited me to travel with her family group to celebrate our birthdays. The Family choose the cruise line, so I was not involved in the decision of a cruise line or ship. Their travel agent only cruises on Princess. This was my ... Read More
My friend invited me to travel with her family group to celebrate our birthdays. The Family choose the cruise line, so I was not involved in the decision of a cruise line or ship. Their travel agent only cruises on Princess. This was my second cruise to the Inner Passage. First was on Celebrity (fabulous!). I was falsely under the impression that Princess is the top of the line in cruising. I was very disappointed by a number of things. Our balcony cabin was kept exceptionally clean by our friendly steward, Edward, but the bathroom shower was unusually small. Our DINING experience was a problem. There were 11 of us and the dining room could not accommodate us at one table (the travel agent managed to get her own group at one large table)and we were separated into two tables in different parts of the dining room. Very disappointing for the grandmas who wanted to spend time with family members. The food was FAIR and generally FLAVORLess (especially the seafood). Our head waiter was very pleasant but extremely harried. Service was rushed and not very personal. Not the attentive, luxury I was expecting. A night at Chili’s not Ruth Chris! ENTERTAINMENT Fair. Two shows had repeat songs from different entertainers and both were somewhat hokey. More geared to an older crowd and I’m 59! I think the CRUISE DIRECTOR was terrible and very annoying. She needs to be replaced with someone with more energy. Ship was very CROWDED and not relaxing. CREW did their job but I encountered several that were rude (especially the bartenders). Captain was alone with the grannys waiting for elevator and didn’t acknowledge them in anyway. Not a hello! The last night of the cruise I felt that they were done with us and they were on to the next group. I’m planning a cruise to Panama Canal with my husband and will probably not book with Princess. Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
Chose this cruise for the itinerary. We lucked out as it was sunny and cool everyday. Sweatshirt and/or jacket in the morning and at sea days due to the wind. Otherwise, a long sleeve shirt or light sweater did the trick. In Ketchikan. We ... Read More
Chose this cruise for the itinerary. We lucked out as it was sunny and cool everyday. Sweatshirt and/or jacket in the morning and at sea days due to the wind. Otherwise, a long sleeve shirt or light sweater did the trick. In Ketchikan. We walked around town, and purchased t-shirts. Saw salmon, an eagle and a seal off the bridge in Creek ? Took the Tracy Arm tour but couldn’t go because of the ice so they directed us to Dawes Glacier. The tour operator, Allen Marine was fabulous. I especially appreciated their knowledge, the way they rotated the boat so all could have a photo op and the fact that they held tight waiting for us to get a close up view of a hump back whale (this was a glacier tour, not a whale watching tour). They were outstanding! In Skagway, we rode the white pass trail railway. We had gorgeous weather so we could see for miles. Our tour in Victoria was cancelled so we signed up for an alternate. Unfortunately it was a tour of the city. Great tour. Bad timing. Nothing to see at dark. Surprised Princess would endorse this. Tour guide was knowledgeable but points of interest couldn’t be seen from our coach. Food on board was mediocre. Wait staff and steward were excellent and always trying to make a memorable experience. Entertainment was meh. The Walker Black Duo was worth listening to. The only music for classic/soft rock. Majority of music was geared toward older folks except on deck where oddly it was rap music. Weird. Cabin was a mini-suite loves the extra sitting area and balcony. Didn’t use our club class perks as we were traveling with non club class people. Don’t feel like I really missed our. Getting on and off the ship was a breeze and being able to check our luggage while onboard all the way to our destination was genius. No problems! Read Less
Sail Date September 2018
Happy 50 % of the time, Disappointed 50 % of the time. Food and customer service average to below average. Share restaurant outstanding. Don't book on the Emerald. We have made this cruise three other times on other ships and were ... Read More
Happy 50 % of the time, Disappointed 50 % of the time. Food and customer service average to below average. Share restaurant outstanding. Don't book on the Emerald. We have made this cruise three other times on other ships and were very happy. The Emerald fails to deliver in almost all areas. A chefs table experience is advertised and this is the second cruise in a row they have failed to have it. Crown Grill had average tasting steak. Not worth the money. Share restaurant was great. Must DO!. Salty Dog Ernesto burger was way undercooked and the meat was very unappealing. Picture of burger looked much better than the burger actually was. Crew members in the shops were more busy stocking shelves and talking amongst themselves than helping customers. Club Class dining had good service, but food was not up to par. In summary, it felt like Princess rounded up all the non-performers in the fleet and put them on the Emerald. Try another ship or cruise line. I am. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
My sister chose the Princess cruise to Alaska for her 50th birthday. My family groaned at this idea because all we could think about was that it was going to be cold? Why should we pack winter clothes for a vacation? Needless to say all 12 ... Read More
My sister chose the Princess cruise to Alaska for her 50th birthday. My family groaned at this idea because all we could think about was that it was going to be cold? Why should we pack winter clothes for a vacation? Needless to say all 12 of us, brothers, sisters and friends we set sail August 26, 2018. The port was in Seattle and it was a little chilly; however, the boat was beautiful. There was live music playing in the main lobby 6th floor while passengers were checking in. People everywhere, swimming pools are filled with water, steam rolling off the jacuzzi's and pitter patter from children running all around. Plenty of entertainment on the ship, treasure hunts, zumba, line dancing, movies, shopping, kareoke, auctions, Voice of the ocean (my sister won) and concerts. Our first stop was Ketchikan ,small quaint town full of shops and houses on hills. The people are friendly and you will see vendors trying to pursue people to buy excursions. Lots of jewelry shops and cannibas shops. Surprised. :) Weather was rainy. Next stop is Junea which is more shops, vendors but just a different place. My daughter and I went to a great pub and had some fish and chips. Quite good. Weather got better. While sailing to Skagway we see glaciers in the water and whales. Skagway is beautiful. Me, my sisters and brothers take a scary train ride 3hrs long. We go through tunnels, hills and mountains way up top. We travel across Canada and then return. More whales sightseeing as we go to Victoria, British Columbia. Beautiful weather and oh my goodness sooo many shops. The town is beautiful but the trip there was wayyy too short. 3hrs really? Overall this is a beautiful cruise and I encourage anyone that's truly wanting a relaxing and fun time go. Food on the ship was great and the staff was even better. Look out for Hendri, Fernando, Franco and Supervisor Joel. Esperanza took care of my rook and she was wonderful.Loved this trip!!!! Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
My retired parents decided to take a cruise to Alaska and took myself and my son (16 years old) and my daughter (8 years old) along with them. I have cruise on other cruise lines in the past, but this was my first time on Princess. ... Read More
My retired parents decided to take a cruise to Alaska and took myself and my son (16 years old) and my daughter (8 years old) along with them. I have cruise on other cruise lines in the past, but this was my first time on Princess. No matter where we went, we were always greeted with a smile. The staff are very eager to impress and ensure you have an amazing vacation. My daughter and I stayed in E404, which is an obstructed view stateroom on the Emerald Deck (8). The room is perfect for two people. Lots of space and a beautiful large window with minimal view obstruction. If you want to look all the way forward or aft, you have an issue, but looking straight out is fine. The room was always clean and our cabin steward, Roderick, took care of everything before I even asked for it. The food in the dining room was amazing. We loved going there for breakfast and dinner. We didn't get to have any lunches in there. Once again, the staff we amazing. Daisy and Wellington were attentive to our every need, including my son's nut allergy. They were also a lot of fun. They really left a lasting impression with us. The food in the horizon court (buffet) was ok for breakfast, and pretty disappointing for lunch and dinner. The breakfast was the same thing everyday, which after seven days can get pretty boring. My kids had a hard time finding anything they wanted to eat on the lunch or dinner buffet. They seemed to be more Asian inspired selections. My kids both had big expectation for the kids / teen clubs from a past experience on a Cruise with Royal Caribbean. My daughter enjoyed being in the club for the 8 - 12 year old children. She was always disappointed if she missed out on anything in the kids club and was ALWAYS upset when we picked her up. She never wanted to leave. My son, on the other hand, did not enjoy the teen club. He said that they just basically had the teen lounge available to hang out in, with minimal planned activities. He was hoping they would have similar activities to Royal Caribbean (e.g. scavenger hunts, sport competitions, teen prom on formal night). That wasn't the case for Princess, which was disappointing. Overall, it was an amazing vacation and I would definitely take a Princess cruise again! Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We left out of Seattle and we had planned on having time to get some water and other items we wanted on the ship but did not want to take on the airplane. When we landed at the airport it was a crap show from the get go. The staff at ... Read More
We left out of Seattle and we had planned on having time to get some water and other items we wanted on the ship but did not want to take on the airplane. When we landed at the airport it was a crap show from the get go. The staff at baggage claim took about an hour to check confirm what we had purchased even though we all had confirmation numbers. They also check your passport and your id here. Then they had to "Verify that we had transportation" It said it on the itinerary and we had set this all up months in advance. After another 20-30 minutes they finally took us down to the desk where they would tag our luggage and take it. We were in a large party with 16 of us and 3 small children and 3 others under 18. Once we reached the desk they got us our bag tags and verified our passports and id's again. We then followed our escort to the transfer line where our id's and passports were checked yet again before boarding the bus. Once we got to the dock and started the in processing process we were asked again for our passports and drivers licenses before heading upstairs to the actual desk to be asked yet again for the passport and id to get our cabin card/ship card. After getting this it was a quick stop at the security check point for a picture, then smooth sailing onto the boat and to our cabin. No issues at all. The first thing we noticed was our bathroom stunk and I mean like worse than a public restroom on a construction site stink. We called the front desk and had this issue addressed. It took about 2 hours as everyone was settling and we were getting ready to set sail. The cabin was clean and in good condition. The ship did not really show its age and the crew and staff were always working on it. Painting, sanding rails, staining, etc. The elevators had some issues at the end and several went out for over an hour at a time on the last 2 days, but other than that there were no huge issues I experienced. I know my family had issues with their toilet continually running with water and flooding their bathroom. The issue was addressed and fixed in their cabin but went to the next cabin and created another issue before being fully resolved. When it comes to food I think they are doing a good job but could defiantly improve especially at the buffet, morning room breakfast and room service. The dinning room was great and the food their was wonderful. The menu in the morning/early afternoon is a little slim picking but still good quality. The Crown Grill was a jewel and worth every extra cent we spent to go there. We had purchased the beverage pass (Not premium) and at the buffet it was pointless. If you wanted a drink you had to go to the bar and get it yourself because the staff was far overworked and would not return for refills. On several occasions the staff didn't even come by to get our initial drink order but as stated far overworked. Day one was leaving Seattle Day two was at sea. When we were at sea we used this time to explore the ship. Try some of the different foods and check out all the different decks. This was when we got a good feel for the ships condition and the amount of time and effort the crews put in maintaining it. We checked out shops and got plenty of drinks. When we returned to our room we noticed the Privacy sign had been removed and the room made up. We didn't think much of it and when we went to dinner we put the sign back in the door and left. Upon returning the sign was moved again and the room was made up. We pulled back the sheets to lay down for a nap and found the comforter was discolored and had huge yellow stains on it. This was absolutely disgusting. We left it on the ground and it was not replaced the next 2 days. We found our room Stewart and addressed the issue with him asking him to please honor our request for Privacy and leave our room when the sign is in the door. Day three was Ketchikan. At Ketchikan we got off the ship and explored the city. We went to creek city and walked throughout it. We then went to the hatchery for the salmon and walked around a little more to explore the parks and other sights. The family had gone off on a Salmon fishing expedition so we did our own thing and then returned to the boat with no issues. Long lines but they go fast. Upon returning to the ship we noticed our Privacy sign was removed yet again from the door and our room had been made up. We had only a few short minutes to prepare for dinner at the crown and would be addressing this with his management at a later time as The Crown was an additional cost and we didn't want to miss it. So we quickly changed and rushed out the door ensuring that we put the privacy sign up as we had jewelry and other items laying out that we didn't have time to put away right now. Dinner was par non and I couldn't be happier with the staff at the crown. Upon returning to the room we noticed that our Privacy sign was gone again. We also noticed that my nephews jacket was missing from our room. I went to the front desk and complained about the issues we were having and was told that a member from Management would be contacting us tomorrow morning. I was okay with this and returned to my cabin. My nephew then came and told me that my father had asked the Stewart to let him in the room and the Stewart opened my room for him. My father and I have not had a good relationship for years and he knows better than to invite himself into my spaces (or so I though) Upon hearing this I was exceptionally frustrated as the Stewart is breaking protocol and procedures by ignoring my privacy sign and now letting unauthorized people into my room. (Family or not I do not have that relationship with them and the crew on board does not know if we are or are not family. This is not a call for a front line member to make for a simple jacket or garment. They could have waited for us to get back or came and asked for one of us to let them in the room to get it.) Day four was Tracy Arm and Juneau. This is the day when things went south for us. Very south, very fast. We woke to pieces of the glaciers floating in the ocean. The bright blues and the beautiful mountains were amazing and breathtaking. The breakfast order from the night before was messed up and they had forgotten some items. No big deal we would be going to the buffet anyway soon and they hadn't missed a beat before or after that one day. We took in the views and the mountains and enjoyed every moment of the morning. Around 9:00 AM I received a knock on the door. It was the Housekeeping manager. They stood in the hall until I invited them into my room to discuss the situation. Upon explaining the continual violations of policy and privacy (Hadn't had a chance to explain the unauthorized entry by another person) The manager tells me this is an honest mistake. I Explained the first few times maybe but not after 4 times of ignoring our Privacy sign. He then tries to explain that they need to have contact with passengers or they have to investigate and started giving me the run around ending again with this seems like an honest mistake. I at this time requested that they leave my room and his manager needed to contact me as this was no honest mistake and what has happened was not ok. **Quick history: My family and I had not spoken for years and for the last 4 years we had been mending our relationships and working on our issues. (Their issue is they are Mormon and I am gay. My partner and I have been together 8 years and this was our first cruise) This was suppose to be a bring everyone together and have a wonderful trip cruise. The excursions were paid for and the cruise was paid for by my grandmother. My grandmother was hospitalized prior to coming and was not able to attend with us. A few moments later I went to the front desk and was greeted by Roxana (Customer Relations Manager) She took me to the office of Mario (Customer Services Director) where i explained the situation and what was going on. They sympathized with me and told me it was all unacceptable and that he should not be doing the things he did regardless of if it was family or not. They were going to address it with the Stewart and assured me the trip would be enjoyable and pleasant from here on out. I thanked them for their time and returned to my room trusting it was going to be resolved and we would be able to get back to enjoying our vacation. (During this time I have missed all of the Tracy arm part of the cruise. The fjords, glaciers, waterfalls, etc. one of the main things I was looking forward to) Upon returning to my room, my partner and I start to plan our day. When all of a sudden there is a knock on the door. I was thinking it would be my nephew or cousins, but it was my dad. He barges in my room past me and starts yelling at me about how he told the Stewart to open the door and he is authorized to be in my room. He continues yelling about how I am blowing this out of proportion and there is no reason to be getting anyone in trouble. I explain that I had asked him not to come in the room and that the privacy notice was in the door each and every time he had. That he could have let anyone in the room and they could have taken our watches, bracelets, luggage and anything else they wanted and we would be screwed because we would then have to prove we even had it. He continued to yell for a few minutes and I finally yelled back and told him to leave my room and he wasn't authorized to be in my room as he damn well pleased. Once he left I started to wonder about who had told him anything because I had not mentioned anything to anyone except my partner about what was going on. I went and knocked on his room door to ask who had told him. He told me it was the Stewart who had come and informed him of the situation. At this point I lost it. This was completely unacceptable and we were ready to fly home. I went back to the Directors office and explained that their staff had basically just ruined years of relationship patching because he needed to go complain about me to my family. This resulted in us not doing excursions that we had already purchased over $500 worth as the hostility would make for a very volatile environment for us and other passengers. The Customer Service Director and Customer Relations Manager both agreed this was not ok. This was unacceptable and they were apologizing profusely. Everything was good and being worked out and now there was nothing they could even say about what their employee had just done. The solution was to move us cabins to the other side of the ship. Which we did, but this was not a solution. This was not a fix to the problems that their employee had just created and the years of work he had just undid. The new room we moved into seemed like a downgrade as the carpets were older and there was a stain that looked like the room had been flooded at some point. The rest of the cabin seemed the same. At this time my partner started to get sick as a result of all the stress, fighting and issues that had arisen but we were about to get to Juneau and I was hoping he would get back in the race. We arrived in Juneau at around 3:00 PM and he wasn't doing much better. We had planned on going on our paid for zip-lining excursion but with the issues we could not. So we instead walked the town, bought a few souvenirs and road the tram. It turned out to be a pretty decent day even with the issues we had been having. We returned to the ship and then the room. This is where my partner would be for the remainder of the night. Day five Skagway: The weather was not so great and had been raining on us since we got out of Tracy Arm. My partner was still feeling sick and it was a struggle to get him to get up and go with me ashore. We had paid to go gold panning and have a Salmon bake but again could not go as there was a lot of tension. So we instead went and walked the town and took a bus out to the cemetery where we seen a rushing water fall. It was so powerful and dirty as it was pulling the land from above with it. It was impressive to say the least. 300 feet or so and worth every step there (My partner might not agree lol) Day Six At Sea: Day Six was at sea and there were no issues at all. On this day my partner was bed ridden and I went and enjoyed some of the onboard activities such as Voice of the ocean, choir, guess that song, and the art auction to name a few. Day Seven Victoria: Most of the day was spent at sea but when we got to Victoria at that evening we had a few hours to go explore the city and take in the sights. It was a great little jump off but we wished it would have been a little longer as there is so much to do. My partner was feeling a little better by now and enjoyed the evening with me exploring the city. We were able to see the Parliament buildings lit up which was really beautiful. We got back to the ship and off we went to be at sea until morning when we docked at Seattle. All in all the trip was ok. It would have been much better had we not had the issues we did but you know what they say. Ship happens. Thanks for reading this long review. I don't know that we will be booking with Princess in the future but we are defiantly going on another cruise shortly. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
The journey through the Alaska panhandle was great. The ship experience was only mediocre overall. Problem areas were the Sanctuary, Lotus Pool, arcade room, library, International Café, the naturalist, and the food. I also have minor ... Read More
The journey through the Alaska panhandle was great. The ship experience was only mediocre overall. Problem areas were the Sanctuary, Lotus Pool, arcade room, library, International Café, the naturalist, and the food. I also have minor complaints about the outdoor movie experience and stargazing. The Sanctuary cost $40/day and charged $3 to get drinks delivered, which already have gratuity added. Thus, it was no surprise that it was always empty. It proved to be a wasted use of space on top of the ship. It also doesn’t help that the Sanctuary is located by the ship’s horn, which blasted loudly every couple minutes when it was foggy (presumably as a safety precaution to avoid ship collisions). The Lotus was roped off for 6 of the 7 days. Apparently it was going to be repainted, but that never happened despite decent weather for 5 of the 7 days. It’s a shame, but at least I did enjoy the pool briefly on the first day before we departed when it was open. The arcade room was apparently closed in 2012, but it still appears on the ship’s directory. The space is closed off and needs to be transformed into something useful. I suggest a lounge or recreational area. It’s understandable that video games were prone to breaking, so perhaps foosball or billiard tables could work. Anything is better than an empty closed-off room. The library offered few board games, and a fairly limited selection of books. The chess set had 2 or 3 missing pieces. I recommend keeping extra game pieces on the ship, with a sign in the library notifying passengers how they can obtain those extra pieces if a game is missing any. Extra game pieces should be easy for the ship to afford and store somewhere. The International Café’s sandwiches and desserts needed improvement. I suggest offering a variety of croissants (particularly almond and chocolate) and a few more options for deli meat sandwiches. The naturalist, who spoke for at least an hour, was informative at first but became a nuisance as time continued to drag. I was on a ship that was sending many ounces worth of paper advertisements to every cabin every day. The clear purpose of the cruise is relaxation and recreation, not environmental activism. I support some educational and environmentally active events, but it should not be carried throughout many of the ship’s speakers for an hour. For a talk that long, keep it contained to a section of the ship. If it’s going to be broadcast to the whole ship, keep it to 20 minutes. The dining food was pretty good. But the in-room dining, buffet, and casual food was very lacking. For in-room dining, I want to see muffins and donuts as options for breakfast. I want to see pretzels, chips, and candy as options for the rest of the day. The rice at the buffet needs improvement. Peas and carrots are not great additions. Try a rice pilaf recipe that incorporates oil/butter and onions. The buffet could also use more finger food – pigs in a blanket, mozzarella sticks, and Buffalo wings. The hamburger grill nearby would do well with chicken tenders added to the menu, as well as better portions of sauerkraut with the hot dogs. The outdoor movie experience was a good idea. I appreciated that popcorn bags were offered, even granting that the popcorn wasn’t hot. But the blanket situation was a mess. I was supposed to sign my name to take a red blanket, but no one was there when the movie ended to check that I returned my blanket. Finally, apparently there was a stargazing event. But it was not advertised and didn’t appear on my calendar, so I missed the event. In addition, I am wondering how good the event could’ve been, given there is a lot of light coming off the top of the ship that interferes with a lot of stars. It would be nice if at least a certain section of the top of the ship could be dimmed at night for at least a short time each night to view the stars better. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
This cruise was chosen for my by family members, to celebrate my dad's 80th birthday. I was excited to go to Alaska and Canada. This cruise exceeded my expectations and went beyond. Everyone in our 14 person party had a great time. ... Read More
This cruise was chosen for my by family members, to celebrate my dad's 80th birthday. I was excited to go to Alaska and Canada. This cruise exceeded my expectations and went beyond. Everyone in our 14 person party had a great time. We were never bored, in fact I wanted more time during my day so I could do more activities. I was often trying to decide which activity to participate in. The entertainment spanned from bingo, music shows, comedians and trivia to art shows, wine tasting and movies. We went swimming (yes in Alaska) and it was marvelous. There was golf putting basketball and other games up top. They were seriously so fun The cities we visited were beautiful and prepared for the disembarkment of multiple cruises with thousands of people. We were able to shop, hike, go whale watching, see amazing glaciers, waterfalls and wildlife. I highly recommend this cruise. I've already told my friends about it and recommended to them that they go. Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We cruised on Ruby Princess a few months ago to Mexico and were very impressed with the line so we booked our AK trip with Princess too. Entertainment were great. Staff members were amazing. Food was fresh and elegantly prepared and ... Read More
We cruised on Ruby Princess a few months ago to Mexico and were very impressed with the line so we booked our AK trip with Princess too. Entertainment were great. Staff members were amazing. Food was fresh and elegantly prepared and served. Formal meals were not just for eating---but events to be experienced. There were 10 adults + 1child (4 yo) and we would split up to go to trivia challenges or tour backstage and do a Q&A with the dancers/singers or play a table game we found in the library and then all meet up for dinner or watched a comedian or magician together. So--there was plenty of togetherness with enough opportunities for down time to decompress. The people that made this cruise ship stand out are Alex (cruise director), Yessy and Ampolo (asst cruise directors), Juliet (hostess in Horizon and DaVinci restaurants) and Jose Luis (waiter in Curtis Stone's Share restaurant). They're all so freaking adorable that I wanted to take them home with me!! The excursions at the ports of call were fun and interesting but I could have stayed on the ship for the entire week and taken line dancing classes or played Family Feud or Who's The Cuckoo? and don't think I ever would have tired of it. My brother and sister-in-law were both finalists in VOICE of the Ocean and that was fun to cheer them on to the finale. Bring nice clothes to dress up a bit for dinner. It's not mandatory (except on formal nights) but it will make you feel special. It was hard to go home after having an entire fleet of crew members there to pamper and spoil us. This is the life!!! Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
To celebrate our 50th anniversary I couldn't be more dissatisfied. The food was very poor quality. The ship needs updated. The staff was rude. This was my third time sailing with princess cruise line. The past cruises were fantastic. ... Read More
To celebrate our 50th anniversary I couldn't be more dissatisfied. The food was very poor quality. The ship needs updated. The staff was rude. This was my third time sailing with princess cruise line. The past cruises were fantastic. This last one was a huge disappointment. We can never get our 50 th anniversary back. I have nothing more to add. I will never use princess again. The child's program was just babysitting. It used to be great. The food was McDonald's quality. The service in the horizon court was very bad. The service in the horizon court was extremely bad. The bed was very comfortable. The dance classes were fun but needed more room. They were way too crowded. I can't even say how disappointed we were. There were eight of us and we were split up for dinning, even after I requested we were to sit tonight. They even sat other people with half of our party. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
This cruise was a gift from my dad so it was even more enjoyable!! The service on this cruise was excellent from room service to our food servers. The food was very good. The entertainment was also very good. Almost always something ... Read More
This cruise was a gift from my dad so it was even more enjoyable!! The service on this cruise was excellent from room service to our food servers. The food was very good. The entertainment was also very good. Almost always something exciting happening!!. We were treated very good. The only negatives would be that the ice cream and pizza bars were only open till 10. And the stop at Victoria island was very short. We also got one of the beverage packages which was very nice. You could get an unlimited number of soda and cold non alcoholic drinks. The sip was very easy to maneuver around and there was plenty of space to spread out or just leisurely walk around unless of course there was an important event where everybody had to be in the same place at the same place. This is my 2nd cruise with Princess and so far very impressed! Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Wanted to visit Alaska. Always heard Princess did the best job. Found out otherwise. Dining staff were rude at times, irritable, refusing to give extra items or reluctant to exchange items. Odd for any cruise ship. Difficult getting ... Read More
Wanted to visit Alaska. Always heard Princess did the best job. Found out otherwise. Dining staff were rude at times, irritable, refusing to give extra items or reluctant to exchange items. Odd for any cruise ship. Difficult getting gluten free items. Not many available. Dining staff seemed lazy, didn't want to walk back to galley if we asked for something. Attitude issues. Culture on ship is rigid. Staff seem fearful. Never got baby food ordered ahead. Flooding bathroom floor , stopped up plumbing system, and no cold water entire trip in son's cabin B532 Would pick different cruise line when returning to Alaska because of culture issues with staff and plumbing problems that couldn't be resolved in 7 days. Alex the cruise director, and his team were good. Team had a lot of energy, offered many new games to keep guests involved, including late night adult games. Music was all ok. Magician did little magic, tried to be a comedian, not very good. Actual comedian was very good. Several shows, all different, very funny guy. Very few food choices after 11:00pm . No late night Pizza Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
We choose Emerald Princess based solely on price at the time of purchase. We knew we wanted to go to Alaska. Because of the cheaper fare, I thought that we might have a budget cruise. That is not the case. We were treated with the utmost ... Read More
We choose Emerald Princess based solely on price at the time of purchase. We knew we wanted to go to Alaska. Because of the cheaper fare, I thought that we might have a budget cruise. That is not the case. We were treated with the utmost respect and felt we were treated exceptionally well just as cruisers who paid for the pricier suites. The ship was beautifully furnished. The service was over the top wonderful and the food extravagant. Embarkation and disembarkation went smoothly and without hassle. I heard from another couple at high tea that they've had nightmare embarkations and Princess handles the process the best. The interior cabin was sufficient and roomy for two people. The dining experiences felt like fine dining every night. I truly felt spoiled with the service. The buffet was extravagant and had tons of food options for all types and ages of cruisers. It was nice to talk to the servers about their home country and how long they have been on board. The ports were interesting and fun and the two shore excursions were worth every penny. Go on the railway excursion if you can. It doesn't disappoint. My first positive cruise makes me a fan and I would definitely cruise again. You feel spoiled, special and are treated so well by all the crew members. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
This cruise was gifted to us and we went with family. It was our first ever cruise, so nothing to compare it to, but it was wonderful. We were on the Aloha deck starboard, with balconies. Our 4 staterooms were all side by side so we were ... Read More
This cruise was gifted to us and we went with family. It was our first ever cruise, so nothing to compare it to, but it was wonderful. We were on the Aloha deck starboard, with balconies. Our 4 staterooms were all side by side so we were able to open the dividers on the balconies. We discovered the Wheelhouse our first night and the amazing Irish duo, The Rolling Waves. We watched a few other shows, but kept coming back to them. Our bar stewardess Joanna was friendly and always had a smile. She knew what we wanted after the first night. The food was good. Breakfast at the buffet go a little tiring at the end, but it changed up at lunch and dinner. The best meal was at Shares. Our cabin wasn't huge, but it was spacious enough for the two of us. The balcony added that extra needed space. It was clean and our Stateroom steward Suraj was amazing.We did one expedition in Juneau, booked through the ship. That went smoothly with no issues booking or otherwise. Overall we had a wonderful experience and want to take our grown kids on a cruise one day. From what we learned on ship, this one is going to drydock next year to get a facelift. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Princess has the absolute best customer service, staff and crew. The cruise directors are engaging. It's always a fun experience. The food is incredible. The cabins are small, but well maintained. Elegance that has seemed to disappear ... Read More
Princess has the absolute best customer service, staff and crew. The cruise directors are engaging. It's always a fun experience. The food is incredible. The cabins are small, but well maintained. Elegance that has seemed to disappear from the other cruise lines. The passengers are truly appreciated on Princess. Absolultely love that we could have dinner at different times each night and meet different people. The afternoon tea was delightful. Had a blast with the photo staff taking portraits. Best value for the money to get the portrait package. Includes the thumb drive (in the shape of the ship) AND the prints. No other line does that, (at least none that we've traveled on.) The guest speakers and educators were fun. And their presentations were fun, not boring. Loved the puppies and the ax throwing. One of my favorite things about Princess is how the cruise directors get involved and join in the activities with you. And they go out of their way to make sure you are enjoying yourself. And it's nice to see how well trained the wait staff is. Always there to fill a water glass, clear your plates and bring you whatever you need. By far our absolute favorite cruise line. We've taken 10 cruises and 6 have been with Princess. Booked our next cruise with them already for May. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
This was our first cruise ever and it was so fantastic that we are already looking forward to our next one! We even paid a future cruise deposit while on board. We were totally prepared for our embarkation to be a "hurry up and ... Read More
This was our first cruise ever and it was so fantastic that we are already looking forward to our next one! We even paid a future cruise deposit while on board. We were totally prepared for our embarkation to be a "hurry up and wait" type of operation with long lines and lots of people, but Princess has this down to an art and the whole process was rather quick and totally painless. Our cabin, R228, was not near as small as we had anticipated. I was particularly worried about the size of the shower as someone had pointed out to me how small they are as I'm not a small person but it had more room in it than the one in our camper so it was great. Our steward was terrific, she went out of her way to help us with some items and our appreciation was shown in an additional type we left for her. We had anytime dining and chose to use the Michelangelo dining room as it was MUCH easier to get to than the Botticelli dining room. Food was fantastic as well as the service. We ate breakfast in the Horizon Court Buffet and it was great every morning. We ate lunch in port when we had the opportunity - if not we just chose from the many options available on board and were never disappointed. For our anniversary we did eat in the Crown Grill specialty restaurant and it was just as great as the high end steak houses we have at in at home. Ports all had friendly folk and and was touristy as was expected but we still had a great time hanging out in them talking with people and actually enjoyed just sitting back and relaxing and not rushing around like some trying to get to their excursions. Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
Emerald Princess Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.5 3.8
Entertainment 4.0 3.5
Public Rooms 4.0 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.9
Family 4.0 3.9
Shore Excursion 5.0 3.7
Enrichment 4.0 3.4
Service 4.0 4.2
Value For Money 4.5 3.8
Rates 4.0 4.0

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