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7 Princess Golden Princess Gay & Lesbian Cruise Reviews

Having taken 8 previous cruises all on Royal Caribbean, the Golden Princess was a huge disappointment. Let's start with the Cabin, which was located on Deck 8 Forward. On our first day we had a stained comforter, moldy shower ... Read More
Having taken 8 previous cruises all on Royal Caribbean, the Golden Princess was a huge disappointment. Let's start with the Cabin, which was located on Deck 8 Forward. On our first day we had a stained comforter, moldy shower curtain, broken sink and broken toilet. The room itself was quite small, there was no love seat which even the smallest Royal Caribbean rooms have. There was a large storage area next to the bathroom, but lacked adequate shelving. Our room came with two extra beds, but unlike Royal Caribbean where they come out of the ceiling, on this ship they're attached to the side of the walls which makes the room even smaller and led to a few bumped heads going to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Underneath the main bed were ladders which prevented us from storing our suit cases there. No towel animals, but you get two pieces of milk chocolate every night. Sleeping was somewhat difficult. While the room was very quiet, the AC wasn't very strong and the comforter quite warm. But after day 4, we lost AC due to the infamous mussel issue, which made sleep even more difficult. And no AC apparently means no TV either, as the equipment overheats. The TV, when it did work, showed many fairly new movies which was a nice surprise. I'm not sure if this was related to the AC issue, but water temperature was problematic as well, it was either Hot or Cold, always the opposite of what you wanted. Our first night we went to the main dining room, where it took over 2 hours to bring out two courses, since we had shows to see we skipped desert as well as the main dining room for the rest of the cruise until Lobster night. On our second time in the dining room, service was much quicker though the lobster was overcooked and the shrimp were very salty. Out of all the cruise buffets i've experienced, this one was simply the worst. It was small, lacked any variety and the food extremely bland. It consisted of mostly hot meats, white or farmed fish, rice, soup and salad. Finding anything enjoyable was a challenge. The other issue is they serve you drinks, which many times didn't even come till after we were done eating, unlike Royal Caribbean which has several options including juices available for self serve. They did attempt Sushi once, but was indelible. In other words, it was no Windjammer. Another thing missing compared to Royal Caribbean was the outdoor Mexican buffet, ice sculptures and fruit carvings. The Gym was nice, though mostly cardio equipment. There was also a sauna and steam room available at no extra cost. The Spa, i'd stay away from. It's 3X the cost, and half the quality as on land. And they spend the whole time trying to up sell you ad-ons and future appointments. I don't get toe nail polish often, so i'm not sure how long it should last, but the "14 day no chip nail polish" was destroyed after my beach excursion the following day. The ship also has something called movies under the stars, where they show movies on a giant screen outside on the pool deck, if you can get past the broken pixels. We were watching a movie one night, when it stopped half way through, and weren't able to get it fixed, a constant theme on this cruise. The on board production shows were quite good, but a level below Royal Caribbean. Many of the costumes look like they came off the shelf from a halloween store. For the most part the crew was friendly, but not as friendly as on the many Royal Caribbean ships i've been on. One thing I noticed was the onboard photographers weren't very aggressive, which can be a good thing. The broken AC also resulted in the ship racing to colder waters and miss a port. For this we were compensated $500. This is probably fair compensation, though I've spent more on this cruise then any cruise in the past due to their weak pours. They charge $7 per measured shot of Vodka, where as Royal Caribbean free pours. The other issue I had with bar service was if you order a Vodka Red Bull, they hand you a large glass with 1 ounce of vodka in it and a can of Redbull, they don't even pour it for you. For Disembarkation we were suppose to vacate our state rooms by 8am, but couldn't leave the ship till 2 hours later, though this was possibly due to customs. This led to many passengers being nervous they'd miss their flight. On royal I normally purchase a transfer to the airport online or onboard, but couldn't find any such option with Princess. We were luckily able to find a shared ride van at the port for $16 per person. The only saving grace was this was an Atlantis Charter, which brought on their own entertainment and hosted their own parties which made for an enjoyable experience. This won't be my last Atlantis Cruise, but will be my last Princess Cruise. And if Princess is suppose to be better then Carnival, then i'm afraid to even try them.   Read Less
Sail Date October 2014
The ship is showing its age, numerous issues presented themselves on this journey. From the air conditioning not working for two days, pieces of ceiling tile falling down during rough seas, The pool/tile areas could use a good resurfacing. ... Read More
The ship is showing its age, numerous issues presented themselves on this journey. From the air conditioning not working for two days, pieces of ceiling tile falling down during rough seas, The pool/tile areas could use a good resurfacing. The bar service fell short all the way around, the drinks were weak, poorly made and had little variety. Carnival's bar service was far superior. The dining/buffet options were a bit underwhelming. Overall for my first princess sailing I was very disappointed, I expected better Read Less
Sail Date October 2014
Usual Disclaimers: 8 Day Full Ship Charter on the Golden Princess, October 5-13, 2014. First time on Princess, 30 some cruises under my belt in total. Have sailed HAL, Carnival, Celebrity, Royal, NCL, Oceania and Azamara previously. Fave ... Read More
Usual Disclaimers: 8 Day Full Ship Charter on the Golden Princess, October 5-13, 2014. First time on Princess, 30 some cruises under my belt in total. Have sailed HAL, Carnival, Celebrity, Royal, NCL, Oceania and Azamara previously. Fave ship is Celebrity Silhouette. This isn't the standard review, as we've traveled the Mex Riv run 8 times before, so for us the trip was about being on the boat, not the ports. As such, no port reviews or excursion info from us. That said.... Let's start with the elephant in the room. The ship is tired. Beyond tired. Blanche, Rose, Dorothy and Sophia would feel right at home here, as during the entire cruise I felt like I was trapped in their home back in the mid-90's. The decor, appointments, etc just screams 1997. As others have noted the ship was scheduled for a dry dock and refreshening, and then Princess changed their plans. To those that booked upcoming cruises thinking they were going to get the benefit of that updating, well, you're not. For a ship that hit the water in 2001, it just looks like nothing has been done to it since then. Carpets are worn down, traffic stained and faded. It's not horrid, but you were constantly reminded that the vessel needed to be plussed up. Never an issue of cleanliness or such, just everything looked old. Now, with that out of the way: All in all I enjoyed the cruise. I know that West Coast USA gets crappy boats. (I'm looking at you Carnival Miracle and Norwegian Sun.) I know that the price was right. However, I'd be reluctant to pay normal Cruise pricing on Golden in other markets (Carib/Alaska/wherever), if newer ships were available. Truly the most confusing layout of any ship I've been on. Every passenger remarked on it. Total "Can't get there from here" syndrome. What do you mean that door is a dead end? Who builds a ship with steps UP into the main theater entrance? It's just so striking, given the very efficient layouts of cruise ships since Golden hit the water. Was it a problem? No, but it was just remarkable as to HOW MANY odd layout issues there are. Yes every "First Time" on a class of ship is confusing. I've never been this confused (and I'm only in my mid 40's) The staff were friendly, and Cruise Director's staff personnel were exactly as you would want them. No Complaints at all on the staff. Cabin steward was unobtrusive, and got the job done. No complaints at all. No towel animals or that kind of stuff (no idea if it's a Princess thing or not), but it was noted by it's absence. Not a deal breaker by any means, but when almost every other line does it..... you notice it when it's not there. Food: Buffet is small, and the layout failings have been beaten to death. Yes, it's old school, and could be a logistical cluster. Our sailing was 1900 out of 2600, of almost totally non-mobility impaired passengers, so we never ran into the congestion that I could easily see happening. I can imagine a regular cruise, with Princess normal demographics, being hell in the buffet. Again, just no excuse for that layout compared to other ships built at the same time. Buffet food was just ok. I know it's the buffet. But I really thought it would be better. On par with Royal at their nadir, and certainly below Celebrity. Not horrible mind you, we could always find things we liked. No problem with freshness or quantities. It was just there. Perhaps it's something with the presentation (the stark white trays that much of the food sits in; or perhaps the lighting), but no one ever left lunch excited about it. Main Dining Room: Food was good, ample selection, and wait staff (any time dining) were fine. No issues with timing, delays, quality, or anything. It was exactly as expected, which is a good thing. Some dishes were better than others, but that is more likely a matter of my personal taste, and not a reflection of the cuisine. I was surprised that on a cruise that had 3 sea days in the original itinerary, that there wasn't a full "brunch" scheduled in the MDR like on other lines. There were brunch "Items" on the lunch menu (e.g. Eggs Benedict) but not the typical Brunch spread that I've come to enjoy on other lines. Again, not a deal breaker, but noticeable by its absence. Specialty Restaurant: Crown Grill One specialty dinner in Crown Grill. We didn't do Sabatini's or the Crab Shack. Both partner and I ordered the filet, medium. Mine was fine, exactly as expected. Cooked on the outside, pink in the middle. Partner's was cooked on the outside, but was totally raw inside, and had enough blood on the plate to be totally off-putting. Waiter came over, noticed the problem immediately and promptly whisked it away to return a few minutes later with an apology and a NEW filet. New steak, Same problem. At this point partner was over the meal. It was obvious to us that one of the grills was too hot, thus cooking the outside of the steak too quickly, without cooking the inside appropriately. Waiter comped off one of the service charges before we could even say anything. No one else on our sailing that we spoke to had a similar problem, so must have been our unlucky night. Again, waiter took care of the problem so no harm no foul. Ship happens. :) Beverages: STRICT usage of measuring devices. No chance of anything other than a standard company pour. :( Drinks were a tad on the weak and/or small side, and pricing consistent with Cruise Ship prices. (That may or may not be relative to your home town pricing). FIRST TIME EVER SEEN ON A CRUIE SHIP: The additional gratuity line does NOT go to the individual server. It gets split by the entire waiter/bar/Beverage service crew. I was stunned. So much so that I cornered the F&B Director to confirm what I had heard. Lesson learned: If you're on GP, bring some cash if you routinely tip additional amounts to bar servers. Summarize: Staff was fine, Food in MDR was fine, buffet left a little to be desired, but was adequate. Ships amenities were fine, just the decor needs to be freshened up.   Read Less
Sail Date October 2014
I just returned from a three- night Baja cruise on the Golden Princess. It was my first time back on Princess in many years and while the cruise was nice it was not great. Background There were six in our cruising group this time. We ... Read More
I just returned from a three- night Baja cruise on the Golden Princess. It was my first time back on Princess in many years and while the cruise was nice it was not great. Background There were six in our cruising group this time. We were all local so we drove to the port in San Pedro and parked our cars during the cruise ($12.00 a day). Embarkation We arrived at the terminal around 11:00 a.m., gave our bags to the porter and made our way inside. Check in was a breeze! No lines and friendly people all around the place to guide us each step of the way. After waiting a few minutes upstairs we made our way to the ship. The Ship The Golden Princess is a beautiful ship! She is on the older side but she is spacious, well taken care of and comfortable. We took a walk around and got to see our home for the next few days. We loved the pool areas; we really liked the terrace pool at the stern. There are bars and lounges all over the ship. Our favorite was the martini bar! The waiters are so much fun! The dinning rooms on the ship are comfortable as well. We loved that the international café was open 24/7! It was the perfect place to grab a quick bite any time of the day or night. The buffet by the pool was nice but the serving area was cramped and crowded. On a ship with so much space why cram so many guests in such a small confined space for the buffet? Our cabin, an outside obstructed view on the Emerald deck was fine except for the very hard mattress on the bed. Service On the Golden Princess service was hit and miss at best. While we loved the bar staff whom provided outstanding service I was not impressed with the dinning staff or our room steward. Service in anytime dinning room was slow and unimpressive. The same could be said for our dinner in the Crown Steakhouse. As for the room steward two of our requests did not get taken care of. After the first night on an uncomfortable mattress I asked for egg crate. We also requested a fruit basket for our room neither request was taken care of by the room steward. I inquired at the guest services desk about both and I was told that it would be taken care of. When we returned to our room that night we had an egg crate on the bed but still no fruit basket. For the most part the staff seemed to be just going through the motions. I am disappointed in Princess for the lackluster service. Disembarkation The last morning of the cruise we had a quick breakfast at the international café and we were off the ship by 10 a.m. The Golden Princess offered a nice quick getaway but the service on Princess did not impress.   Read Less
Sail Date November 2013
Arrival: We drove to LA from Phoenix, arriving at the hotel around 10pm. Hotel: We booked ourselves into the Best Western Plus San Pedro, and highly recommend it. The rooms have been recently redone in an unusually gothic (think Haunted ... Read More
Arrival: We drove to LA from Phoenix, arriving at the hotel around 10pm. Hotel: We booked ourselves into the Best Western Plus San Pedro, and highly recommend it. The rooms have been recently redone in an unusually gothic (think Haunted Mansion) but pleasing style. The room was spotless and very comfortable, with separate sink and tub/toilet rooms, which is much appreciated. For $9 per day you can leave your car at the hotel’s garage and take their van to/from the ship, which is a substantial savings over the port itself. We enjoyed the complimentary breakfast at the hotel then took the shuttle over at 10:30. The vans run every 30 minutes and hold 6 people; be sure to reserve a spot as soon as you arrive. Embarkation: The World Cruise Center isn’t much to look at from the outside, but the check-in and waiting areas are the nicest we’ve seen. The escalator was out of order, and we got stuck in the elevator for a few minutes, but that was the last trouble we had on our trip. We waited in the Platinum/Elite lounge with our party and enjoyed the refreshments. We were called and on board before noon. Ship: We’d been on the Golden Princess previously, also for a short coastal cruise in 2010. The major public areas were in very good condition and very clean. The steam room and sauna were in need of refurbishment. The adult pool was drained and painted during our trip, but was back up within a day. Cabin: We had a forward mini-suite on deck 9. We checked out our friend’s cabins (interior, balcony and another mini), and they were all in good condition and very clean; you could tell the carpeting had been replaced recently. However, the bathroom tile/grout, reading lamps, and balcony floorings were in need of refreshing. Our steward, Allan, brought us champagne and introduced himself. He kept the room spotless during our voyage. Food: On our previous cruise on the Golden Princess our food experience could best be described as “meh.” We were somewhat leery of how the food would be for this trip, but our fears were easily allayed starting from our embarkation meal in the dining room. We had anytime dining and tried out a different server/table/dining room combinations until we found the best pair on our third night, and requested them the rest of the trip. We love anytime dining and found the waits to be very short if you make a reservation. The food was very good this time, with only a few misses the entire trip. Four of our friends were first-time cruisers and amazed by the ability to order any combination of foods you desire. We had one lunch at the buffet, and it was Mexican themed, which was a nice touch. The food was good and actually had some heat to it. We ate all other meals at the dining rooms and were pleased with the food and service. Ports: The first stop was Santa Barbara, a tender port. We rented a car and drove to Solvang. Santa Barbara is lovely and there are plenty of things to do. We had no problems with the tenders, only experiencing short waits both directions. The second stop was Ensenada. We walked downtown, dodging urchins and hucksters of everything from trinkets to prostitutes, and had margaritas at Hussongs. Not much else to say about Ensenada. Despite Ensenda’s official slogan of “One day is not enough”, we’d replace that “not” with “more than”. Disembarkation: The worst part of any cruise! Left our cabin at 8:30am and headed to the MDR for breakfast. Afterwards we waited in the Elite lounge until our group was called. We were through customs and on the hotel shuttle short order. Photographers were not too bad on this voyage. The selling of merchandise was at the normal level, though the tables were out every day, rather than at the end of the cruise. Servers tried very hard the first day to sell the ‘premium’ wine tasting package. Our friends reported that they were heavily approached about the soda package for the first two days as well. Overall, this was a fine, if short, cruise. Our first-time friends were impressed enough to put down future cruise deposits. It didn’t hurt that we got 100% of our fare applied as future cruise credits. We’re hoping Princess sticks with the short cruises; they’re a fine alternative to Carnival. Read Less
Sail Date October 2013
This was our first time to cruise with four of us going. Princess made it easy, but of course, I poured over all the CC comments and was aware of what to avoid and/or enjoy the advised advantages! Thanks to all of you for your comments ... Read More
This was our first time to cruise with four of us going. Princess made it easy, but of course, I poured over all the CC comments and was aware of what to avoid and/or enjoy the advised advantages! Thanks to all of you for your comments and warnings! Seattle: Stayed and the Mayflower Hotel. We loved the older and beautiful architecture, and the hotel has all the modern conveniences. Also, it is close to Pikes, the rail, and other downtown attractions. We received the package with the breakfast and shuttle service, and they met us on the dot at 11:00 to take us to the pier. Concierge service and front desk were all AWESOME, and we felt we were in a European hotel! Embarkation: Got to the pier at about 11:30. Lines were very long, unlike others on CC saying to go then. However, the staff directed us with efficiency and got us on as quickly as possible considering the l-o-n-g lines. Our baggage followed us shortly. Rooms: Some have said that the showers were very small. We had absolutely no problems, including our 6'+ sons who stayed in an inside cabin. Also loved the large closet and cubby-holes by it where the safe was conveniently located. I would highly recommend getting a balcony on the Carib deck. Though it is partially covered, it was the largest of all the balconies on the ship and accommodated the four of us very well. (Note: The deck below us -- Dolphin Deck -- had NO covering at all and no privacy from us above.) Weather/Packing Tips: The weather was GREAT while we were there, and I think the time to go is definitely early June. We checked the 10-Day forecast sites before going, and they were right-on! It said mid-50's with one low-60's, so we did not have to take the heavy coats. Be sure and layer, though. Also, grab some blankets from the evening Movie-Under-The-Stars, and we kept them in our room to wrap up in when out on the deck. Food: We did not care for the buffet, except maybe breakfast. We had anytime dining and did not have to wait hardly at all. The Italian night was the best, and avoid the Steak-Wellington. At lunch, some of us had the sirloin burgers, and they were the best HBs we had ever had. Staff was superb and selections were varied and delicious, though sometimes hit-and-miss when you are guessing at something you have never eaten. (Though I considered the title of one dessert, the "menage-a-trois" rather vulgar. . . .) The ice-cream by the pool was great, as well as the pizza and HB/Hot Dog place which we opted for on the 1st dress up night. The second dress-up night was fun, though one of my sons had to go back and get on a long-sleeved shirt before they would let him sit. (Note: Thankfully, no jackets are required.) Disembarkation: BEWARE!!!!! We opted for the "Princess Transfers" at $24 per person, rather than the "Independent Arrangements", thinking we would have the better of the service. WRONG! For a total of $96, we stepped out with our luggage, had to walk PAST the taxis to the end of the pier pick-up buses. Then we had to wait in line to get on the bus, with the bus driver complaining about our 2-each bags (what do you expect for a week-long cruise? . . .), and then were herded on the bus. Then, at the airport, we were NOT dropped off at the airline doors, but w-a-y down at their drop off. We had to haul our baggage uphill, as we watched the taxis drive by and their smiling passengers. Found out later, we would have saved a LOT had we taken the taxi, and not been EXHAUSTED before checking in at the airport. BAD! BAD! BAD!, and I reported to Princess and have heard nothing back. Overall, though, the trip was great, the staff was superb, and we had a great time. Princess, though, needs to realize there is lots of competition out there, and they need to take care of details. We may try a different line next time to compare. Read Less
Sail Date June 2012
We drove from the SF Bay Area and stayed the night before in San Pedro. We got a great deal at the Crowne Plaza, including parking for 15 nights. We expected the town to be a dump, but were pleased to find a cute little town with a great ... Read More
We drove from the SF Bay Area and stayed the night before in San Pedro. We got a great deal at the Crowne Plaza, including parking for 15 nights. We expected the town to be a dump, but were pleased to find a cute little town with a great restaurant scene. We even got free breakfast and a welcome drink at the hotel. On Sunday morning, we bypassed the mob scene for the shuttle bus at the hotel, and had our cousin drop us off at the port (2 mins away). We arrived at about 12:15 and found no lines. We were on board within 15 mins. Once on board, the cruise staff greeted us at the door and then we entered the Piazza atrium where they had carolers dressed up in old English costumes (nice touch!). The ship's common areas had recently been upgraded and they were beautiful. We then checked out our room. Unfortunately, it hadn't been remodeled. There was a big coffee stain on the carpet and the bedspread had definitely logged the miles. But there was ample storage space for our two weeks of clothing and the double-sized balcony was great. Our cabin steward, Emmanuel, greeted us upon arrival. He told us that this was his first cruise, but you would have never known it. He was so well trained, and we needed for nothing. Emmanuel was delightful. Everytime he saw us, he made us feel like that was the best moment of his day. He learned our names, he would ask about our day, and he genuinely seemed interested in our activities. He would even give us the tip of day. We had anytime dining, which was slow at first. We chose to eat at around 8 p.m. at the Bernini Dining Room (there are two anytime dning rooms), and on the first couple of nights we had to wait 15 to 30 minutes for a table. This was fine, however, as we had a drink in the Piazza just outside the dining room. Since it was just the two of us, we wanted to eat by ourselves, but we could have avoided the wait if we dined with others. By about the third night, the wait had disappeared. The maitre'd, Alfredo, was incredible. He knew most of the diners and their preferences. Most nights, we had Iulian and Misha as our waiters. Our usual table was in the area where they did the chef's dinner, so there were three nights when we had other waiters. Although they were good, there was something special about Iulian and Misha...they were like family. We used the gym almost every day. It was very nicely equipped. We heard that it was very crowded in the mornings, but we went either at 1 p.m. or 5 p.m. and found it to be manageable. We signed up for a class about getting fit abs. This was a scam to try to sell you expensive health products. We truly felt shnookered!! My husband thought the food was really good, but generally "middle America basic." He particularly liked the homemade sorbets and ice creams for dessert. I thought the food was just average. It was a bit bland at times, but there were a few meals that were very nice. I really liked the afternoon tea, and the scones were to die for. We went to Sabatini's for my birthday...it was a great deal. For only $20 more, you get an incredible 15 course dining experience. The food and presentation was fantastic. Ask for Simona...she had to be the loveliest person on the ship. We just wanted to take her home, as her delightful personality and enthusiasm was infectious! The cruise director's staff was great, although the cruise director himself was nearly invisible. The Aussies -- Jayson, Chris, and Andy -- were so much fun! But our favorite was Alex. He made us feel like family. The sail away party from L.A. was fun, there were so many activities around Christmas (including gingerbread house-making and Santa Claus), and New Year's was a blast! We didn't take the kids on this cruise, and were sorry we hadn't when we saw all the fun the children were having! We rung in the year at the bottom of the Piazza, and the atmosphere was so festive. We heard that the sail away party from Honolulu was among the best, but we didn't make it because we were exhausted from our extended day in Oahu and we had an early day in Kauai the next morning. We thought that such a party would have been best as a sail away from Maui. Don't miss the cruise director'staff talent show! We met many wonderful passengers on the ship. The cruise director's staff also hosted several LGBT get togethers, which made us feel especially welcome. We thought the entertainment was pretty good. Don't miss the show that was music from the movies. It was incredible, and with a few unexpected surprises. We loved Skywalker's, the disco on top of the ship, but thought the DJ was lame. The place was packed on Abba night, but most nights it was request music. This meant that one song would be Lady GaGa, the next Hip Hop, and then next Michael Jackson. The place was empty most nights because request music means you please no one. They would do much better with more themed music...Disco Night, Abba Night, 80's night, etc. Trust us, it will bring in the crowds. We didn't do any excursions...they were so overpriced, and you could do better to book them yourself. We rented cars in every port. The best deal was Enterprise in Hilo. You can take the Alamo bus from the port, and the car was only $35!! We even saw Air Force 1 parked at the Hilo Airport. We used Budget in Kauai and Maui, and found them to be dependable and reasonable. Finally, the atmosphere of the ship was nice. Since there were many days at sea, we were glad that there was plenty of deck space/chairs, a variety of refurbished public areas, and plenty of activities. We like that the smoking sections were limited. We did find that the hallways around our cabin were very smoky. We also hated that we had to inhale others' smoke on balcony, which really limited our enjoyment. The announcement-free disembarkation was a bit confusing. We elected self-carry off, so we went to the Vista Lounge with our luggage at 7:30 a.m., the allotted time, and there was mob scene. No one knew what we were suppose to be doing. In frustration, we went to a different part of the ship and ran into our cruise staff buddy Alex who saw that we were confused. He ushered us to the exit, and we were on our way home in minutes. Thanks, Alex!! Read Less
Sail Date December 2009
Golden Princess Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.0 4.1
Dining 4.0 3.9
Entertainment 4.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 4.2
Fitness Recreation 3.0 3.7
Family 4.0 3.7
Shore Excursion 4.0 3.8
Enrichment 4.0 3.6
Service 5.0 4.2
Value For Money 4.0 3.8
Rates 3.0 4.1

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