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Sail Date: February 2019
Review Caribbean Princess b2b cruise Feb 9-23 2019 Port Everglades Terminal - Medallion line was quick but we waited about 15 minutes on the gangway because of medallion security photos being taken or retaken, the new pinch point of ... Read More
Review Caribbean Princess b2b cruise Feb 9-23 2019 Port Everglades Terminal - Medallion line was quick but we waited about 15 minutes on the gangway because of medallion security photos being taken or retaken, the new pinch point of the process. Our room Baja 743 was all the way to the aft, throbbing noises and shakes, propeller out of balance? Heard others complaining about shaking too. We asked for a room change but it never happened. Comfortable bed & pillows. Large TV in room excellent and lots of movies. Cabin a bit short on storage space. Shower was only a hand held and NO mount, it just dangled there. Very difficult to hold on and shower when ship was moving. Bathroom needs hooks for travel kits. Strangely our cabin phone displayed the wrong name and was not corrected until the 3rd day even though I called about that right away. Our room steward Gerwin was very nice. On first day my Medallion unlocked our cabin door from 15 feet away, my wife had to tap her medallion on the screen for it to work. My medallion stopped unlocking the door after a couple days and had to be replaced twice. The second time they kept the medallion to "check it out" I was told to go back to my room and the medallion would be delivered to me shortly. I expected that they wanted to test it so I waited for 2 hour's (now in port so I could not get off). Went back to desk and was told they were still working on it. It did not get "delivered" till after dinner, with just a note "Please find enclosed your Medallion" without any apology. The Medallions did work sometimes around the ship screens, but it was very spotty and the screens around the ship seemed to hang up often. My “Tag along” only occasionally showed up, but went away so fast it became worthless to try. The best part of the cruise were the production stage shows, they were fantastic! Born to be wild, excellent. Fantastic voyage a bit busy with lights but still very good. Broadway Ballroom and Bravo were excellent. Loved the staging of each show and the use of LED screens, lifts, lights, set, costumes and even drones. Trivia was OK but hard to hear, the hostesses seemed to just be doing it because it was assigned. Do not miss Discovery at Sea - Planetarium "Voyage to the Stars" and the Star talk-walk done one night! We were disappointed they did not have those two programs the second week. I went to the enrichment lectures and they were good the 1st week but I only saw one listed the second week as they had a music cruise people paid for going on. We were told it would not effect the cruise but that was just not true as a lot of things that happened week 1 were not offered week 2. Food was a weak point on the ship. We have had much better on other cruises. Orders were often not cooked correctly, bread and deserts were so-so. This was true in our main dinning room (Island) and the World Fresh Marketplace. Even the The Salty Dog Grill had Burger buns that were hard and the burger was not worth eating, very disappointing. We did try the British-Style Pub Lunch at the Crown Grill and that was good, but a Crown Grill steak I paid for in the Island dinning room was not very good at all. The ship has board games in the internet room but no tables to play them on. Bridge players met in the Crown Grill but that was not an option offered for games. The Ocean Apps were a big disappointment, they show potential but just did not work well if at all. OceanNow was so hard to login to I never got to order a drink at sail away. The App also showed the wrong ship time and asked you to be at the same location for up to 45 minutes, what a joke. OceanCompass was OK but it did not show all restrooms and had mens and Ladies mixed up in places. It could find my wife only some of the time and the routing directions were hard to follow. Ocean Ready was pretty good, and we did use that to get our Medallions delivered at home. I purchased an unlimited internet package and was pleased with the speed of it except for updating or downloading Apps on my iPad or iPhone. Also switching between devices was a royal pain and it would not allow for cut and paste or my password app so each time everything had to be manually entered. Many people had a lot of trouble with logging in and/or getting disconnected without any reason. Ports Princess Cays - Long tender waits even after the first rush. Line for lunch was also very long so we just went back to the ship. San Juan - We took the free trolly as we docked right in the heart of Old San Juan. Speaking of docks NCL Epic tried to dock next to us and destroyed part of the dock. They even had two tugboats. They claimed it was wind but it was not that windy IMHO. Amber Cove - We took the Princess Easy Puerto Plata tour, not a lot to see and it was very hot. Gran Turk - We only got off for a short time and stayed in the cruise compound. Fort Lauderdale - This was our first experience with a b2b cruise. Not a lot of information provided by Princess about how this would work. I was told there would be a meeting about the procedure but it was at 10 am the day we were there, bad form Princess! We wanted to get off the ship and walk to some stores so we got off at about 8:45 am and were back at 11 only to get caught up with all the new people boarding for the first time. Our "Guest in Transit" cards were only moderately useful. Grand Cayman - Took the Trolley Roger tour through Princess. Overpriced and would not recommend. We were late getting in port, all the Princess tours were rescheduled, and then our 1 hour tour was a 40 minutes late from the new time on top of that. Tenders were again very crowded and took and long time to get one. Roatan - We did the Princess AERIAL CHAIRLIFT & MAHOGANY BAY BEACH BREAK WITH KAYAK. The chair lift was fun but once again we were late to port so we did not get full use of our purchase. The Clamshells were not a good rental, avoid them. Also the water craft rentals only allow you to go in a small inland bay area that is not very interesting. Not recommended, but we might purchase the chairlift again. Belize - We waited till after lunch and the tenders were still a long wait. Walked around a bit but did not feel very comfortable in town so we headed back to ship. Cozumel - Half the pier is a long building you have to walk through to get in or out of the "Shopping Village". It was crazy crowded with 5 ships and not worth the crush. Trying to get back onboard was even worse as there was no "lane" to return and you had to "swim" upstream. Poor design. Disembarkation - We got to use the Platinum Lounge and getting off the ship was easy. We used the Mobile Passport App for the first time. However we were surprised that they asked us to have our luggage out before dinner the last night. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
The Caribbean Princess is outstanding. Great food, wonderful service and fast internet. Loved the Ultimate Ship Tour - would highly recommend. A great way to see the ship and discover the day to day operations. We visited the kitchen, ... Read More
The Caribbean Princess is outstanding. Great food, wonderful service and fast internet. Loved the Ultimate Ship Tour - would highly recommend. A great way to see the ship and discover the day to day operations. We visited the kitchen, laundry, photo/print shops, engine room, Princess theater back stage, medical area and the bridge. The tour takes approx 3 hours. Space is limited - so make sure you sign up early. Guest receive some great gifts at the end. Make sure you leave room in your luggage. The casino is a fun place to play. The casino bar staff is friendly and service is very good. A wide variety of activities. We enjoyed the Medallion Class Experience. We liked the keyless stateroom entry, fast Wi-Fi and expedited boarding. Loved playing the games. The World Market offers a good variety of choices. Food is appealing. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Many other food outlets on board. We are looking forward to our next Princess cruise. Read Less
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3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
We traveled with two other couples. Port choices not ideal ( Princess Cay, Puerto Rico, Amber Cove D.R., Grand Turk). Cabins are a good size, lots of storage. We were in a partially obstructed view which wasn't obstructed. Crew were ... Read More
We traveled with two other couples. Port choices not ideal ( Princess Cay, Puerto Rico, Amber Cove D.R., Grand Turk). Cabins are a good size, lots of storage. We were in a partially obstructed view which wasn't obstructed. Crew were excellent in every venue, bar, restaurant. Medallion for room was great for opening doors, getting on/off ship, but little else. Even tech people weren't able to help so after about three days we gave up. Maybe it was the time of year, but it seems geared toward an older crowd. Theater shows a bit cheesy some performers not the best. Sabatini's Restaurant was excellent. Movies Under The Stars was very nice. They put cushions on the deck chairs and handed out popcorn and blankets. Don't buy any T-shirts early they'll probable have a sale late in the voyage. Ship emptied quickly on disembarkation so we were able to get off about 45 minutes early. We didn't use cruise excursions or the fitness center. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Have been on many other Princess Cruises but had not tried the Caribbean Princess. I read good and bad reviews and will now share my review. We started off in Fort Lauderdale....we flew in the same day of the cruise. Took the ... Read More
Have been on many other Princess Cruises but had not tried the Caribbean Princess. I read good and bad reviews and will now share my review. We started off in Fort Lauderdale....we flew in the same day of the cruise. Took the Princess Shuttle and was at the port in a timely manner. Our Embarkation was very smooth. We had ordered our medallions ahead of time but still needed to get checked in. I will start off by saying the medallion is a bit heavy. I wore mine around my neck and we needed to have the ship card so both of these made it a little uncomfortable. I did not want to spend additional money for necklace or a watch for the medallion. I had the medallion on the Regal in November.. However, I did not have any issues with opening the door. This time on the Caribbean half the time when going to the door the medallion would not work and I had to place my medallion on the screen that is on the wall before the door. We did like that we could order breakfast from our phone to our room and we liked that we could see what was going on for the day even if we did not have our patter. Other than those items we didn't use it for anything else. I read about a funny smell on the ship. Well I could smell this on our first day. After that we either got used to it or it went away. Our room was comfortable and adequate. Our bathroom had a funny urine type smell not sure what that was because it seemed pretty clean. We had cabin A747 which has a large balcony. We really enjoyed this balcony and the room. There was more than enough room for all our items and the tv was nice and large. We do enjoy watching the movies late at night that Princess has on the tv. They also have some great travel series that we enjoyed as well. Our bed was very comfortable and I slept well every night. The pillows were also great! Our room steward was ok. Nothing extra. When I asked for a robe after we got there he said we had to wait a day. I did not bring a robe so I called the front desk and one was brought to me right away. One thing we did extra this time was the Ultimate Balcony Dining. It was $100 but so worth it. I ordered this online and then called room service when we got to the ship. A room service rep came to our room and from there we decided on the date we wanted to have our dinner. We were then given a drink menu and we were both able to select an alcoholic drink (we were also given a small bottle of champagne with dinner) Then you are given a menu. We chose the canapes, crab cake, salad, filet and lobster. The dinner comes with bread and butter and an amazing dessert. They also give you a tray of 12 goodies like fudge squares, lemon tarts etc. There is a lot of food and it was cooked perfectly. How they serve it is a butler comes to your room and sets up a table on your balcony with a white tablecloth. He then put a beautiful vase with roses on the table and a pretty lit candle (not fire) He then brings you the courses one at a time and gives you enough time to enjoy each course. Then a photographer came and took pictures. When we went to see them the next day we were given a complimentary picture and we could select the one we wanted. We did not buy any of the other ones. Also they will work with you on changing the menu to adapt to any allergies you may have or if you just want something different then what is on there. They are very accommodating. I would do this again in a heartbeat!!! Our regular dining was at the Palm Dining Room which was on deck 6 aft. The engine was so loud that it made our chairs rumble under us. I did not care for this nor did my husband. The menu choices are ok on some days. But some days there was nothing I wanted on the menu so we went to the buffet. I wish Princess would put the strip steak back on the menu as a regular item. Then if there was nothing on that I liked I could at least have a steak (without paying extra) We did the first formal night. My husband wore a button down shirt with dress pants but no suit. I would say that on this sailing probably 70% of the men wore a suit and some had tuxes. I had a dressy dress. It is ok to dress without a suit if you so choose but I would at least dress pretty nice. The buffet is quite smaller then on the Regal or Royal but we did find some items we liked and there was some good desserts. The one day they had chocolate covered bananas and apples. The chocolate on the apple had coconut on it. I asked if they could make me one with no coconut and they did. It was wonderful!! We ate breakfast there on some mornings and found something we liked each time. We also ordered room service breakfast a few times which was also good and brought right at the time we ordered it. Our first port was Princess Cays. We had a beautiful day there. Since there was a fire the only drinks we had at the buffet were bottled water. The food trucks were all closed. Also at the bathrooms the water pressure was down so you had to hold down the handle of the toilet for a little bit to get it to flush. You also washed your hands from a big jug they brought. It was fine considering the fire they had. We were just happy to enjoy the beach day!! The second port was Puerto Rico. We did not do a tour but walked the city. We went to both forts and to a beautiful church. We did a little shopping and stopped at a delicious pizza place called Pirillo pizza..which was not to far from the port. Loved this port and happy we had a long day to enjoy it. The third port was Amber Cove. I have been here a few times but my husband had not so we took a tour through Princess. It was the Heritage tour with lunch. We saw dancers, at Don Carlos Ranch. We had a traditional lunch there which was actually pretty good. It was a type of stew with chicken in it and a side of rice. At the ranch we learned about many different types of trees and fruits trees. We also went to a chocolate factory and a cigar bar. We met a lot of nice people on this tour. I was stung by a wasp and one of the guys on our bus brought me a bag of ice to put on the sting. Another woman offered to have me come to her room for some lotion to put on the sting. I have to say this bus had such caring people on it. I was very thankful. Our tour guide had to do a report and said someone at Princess would contact me. No one ever did. Kinda bummed about that since it was there tour. The final port was Turks and Cacos. We got off the ship and walked around a bit but nothing interested us so we decided to go back on board and enjoy the pool. We had the pick of the seats and we had a nice relaxing day. The Casino if you enjoy playing in the casino and winning this is not the place for you. If you enjoy playing and can handle losing a lot then go for it. I was on the ship as a VIP player. I was really disappointed in the slots and that no one was winning. I won't say how much I played but this is this was not even real to not win anything with the amount I spent. Casino Medallion. Be careful using your medallion on this ship. I saw a few issues with my own eyes with using the medallion and how there can be errors with it. The women next to me sat down at her machine. She put in cash. She played for awhile and wanted to cash out and asked me what to do. I said to hit the cash out. Then she said the name on the screen was not her name. I said omg you need to call the attendant. Here the person before her cashed out but it did not cash him out and she started playing and she ended up playing on his account and not hers. She had to get the staff to go into the machine and correct it. Had she not asked me and hit the cashout button all her money would have gone in his account. A machine behind me had the same issue...it would not cash the person out and they had already left the machine. A person wanted to play it and waited a little bit to see if someone was coming back. She waited about 15 minutes then called an attendant who fixed it and gave the new person playing the money that was left on the machine. I don't think they should have done this. And I went to play at a quick hit machine and no one was on it. But when I looked at the screen there was a person's name on it. It cashed them out but it should have timed them out. So make sure when you leave a machine that your machine is totally cashed out or you could lose your money. I would go on this ship again. The staff was very nice and very accommodating for the most part. I also understand The Caribbean Princess will be going to dry dock this year and will be getting a family splash zone on deck 17. That should be great for the kids!! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
Great get away from snow and winter weather. I enjoyed the lovely 80 degree weather. My husband and I took excursions at each port. It was nice to have people give us tours and take us to points of interest. On board the Caribbean ... Read More
Great get away from snow and winter weather. I enjoyed the lovely 80 degree weather. My husband and I took excursions at each port. It was nice to have people give us tours and take us to points of interest. On board the Caribbean Princess we took in the shows each night. What a wonderful job the cast put on. Each night a different type of show. Our vacation also gave us time at night to sit down in the Island Dining Room. The food was wonderful, and full of varieties. Everything from seafood to steak. My husband enjoyed the lobster and I enjoyed the New York Strip steak. And you couldn't forget the desserts. Made from scratch apple pie and baked Alaska. The service we received was awesome. From the port, to dining to our cabin. The cabin is cleaned twice per day, which is so nice. Our stateroom steward did a fabulous job. Our room was clean and spotless. We enjoyed spending our vacation on Caribbean Princess. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
We chose this cruise because of the destination. The ship was one of the medium size princess ships and was just a good size that you still had heaps to do, but not to big that it was in-personal. The ship on the outside looked like most ... Read More
We chose this cruise because of the destination. The ship was one of the medium size princess ships and was just a good size that you still had heaps to do, but not to big that it was in-personal. The ship on the outside looked like most princess ships, but on the inside it was well maintained, the only drawback was that many of the laundries had broken washing machines and thus it was hard to find one that worked. This ship is one of the first to be Medallion Class and it was great. The aps allowed you to keep in contact with anyone on the ship. We were also able to use it to order breakfast in our cabin very easily. Also you did not have to struggle with the door of your cabin when wanting to unlock it, it did it automatically. Our cabin was on deck 15 forward and it was great, The views were spectacular. The cabin was just a basic cabin as most of the cruise lines. The bathroom was functional, but the shower was tiny and turning around or washing the hair was difficult and I am a thin person, so imaging a heavier set person. The dinning was great. We chose anytime dining as the change in the regular dinning times are to early. The entertainment, especially the production shows were fantastic and well worth going. Unfortunately you had to get there an hour early to get a seat, otherwise you missed out. The service was outstanding and I can say that all staff were 1st class. The ports were great, but some of the excursions were well just not worth the money. Just research them a bit more before you go on them. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
We actually were on the ship for 28 days starting Jan. 26th. so we were able to see the changes in entertainment over the 3 cruises. Technical summary: Let me start with the Medallion wifi, my profile/email to this day still fails ... Read More
We actually were on the ship for 28 days starting Jan. 26th. so we were able to see the changes in entertainment over the 3 cruises. Technical summary: Let me start with the Medallion wifi, my profile/email to this day still fails for Ocean apps. This only hinders specialized services like 7/24 gambling so I can not comment. It was a learning experience to access wifi and queues at the internet cafe were long and daily. The medallion orientation process could be more considerate of the average age of well over 55 that had experienced from previous cruise that once you press the internet button the minutes start. It's not the case here, once you log your device on you still have to push a few more buttons. It's a challenge having @ 2:00 a Medallion orientation in the Princess Theater when folks are still trying to find their state room and clothes at least this is a good attempt (maybe a sticker on your mirror would help). The WiFi is fast, service staff can call you by your name since your pic is displayed on their tablets and the log out excellent. There is now a forecast app on your TV which replaces the patter forecast again it's a learning experience to find it but pretty cool along with a GPS app. One item that is still missing is THE SUN RISE AND SUN SET TIMES camera lovers good luck. The bridge knows when these events happen we don't. They do have very professional medallion service personal over and above the internet cafe staff to help with more complicated issues. Food The Horizon Court is now call the Market Place the design and new menus IMHO are excellent very few long line up as passengers can move move freely at the food kiosks. I don't eat donuts but one interesting change is that morning donuts used to be just at the International Cafe now they have them at the Market Place LoL. The Ice Cream, 'Hamburger' and Pizza centres have new menus which is a nice touch except they moved the spare ribs to the BBQ Plank (oh well you can't have everything). The dining rooms and premium restaurants are the same. The decor is about the same. Entertainment: Being on the ship for 28 we can see the nightly entertainment change so in the first 14 days Ryan 7 performed in the Wheel House Bar an excellent band (too bad their contract finished) along with Symphonee the party band both deserve shout outs along with the Orchestra which i do not believe get enough credit. b.t.w. The drummer in the orchestra is responsible for all music on the ship except for the DJ so he mixes the music on the Lido Deck again an excellent choice of sounds through out the day. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: January 2019
Embarkation was smooth and quick. We received our medallions in the mail prior to the cruise and set everything up beforehand and it was a breeze. We found the public areas of the ship to be clean and inviting. The lounges, bars, dining ... Read More
Embarkation was smooth and quick. We received our medallions in the mail prior to the cruise and set everything up beforehand and it was a breeze. We found the public areas of the ship to be clean and inviting. The lounges, bars, dining rooms and decks were all comfortable. We did notice that it was always colder in the Explorers Lounge and Promenade Deck in general than elsewhere on the ship. The entertainment was good and the Production Shows were EXCELLENT! Our cabin was clean and comfortable and our Balcony was larger than we expected which was a plus. The Medallion automatically unlocking the door was nice and it worked perfectly for us. As usual, our Cabin Steward was great. We made many new friends, as we do on each cruise. Additionally, everyone we came in contact with from the maintenance staff all the way up to the Captain were polite and friendly (especially Bobby, Francis and the staff at Explorer's Lounge!). We enjoyed all ports of call with the exception of Trinidad, where we didn't get off the ship. We took excursions in most every other port and found them all to be enjoyable in their own way. All in all, it was a Great Cruise with Great Ports; Great Staff and Crew; and a Great Ship! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
Our 14 day cruise around the Caribbean was somewhat different to the other 20+ cruises we have enjoyed with Princess because some of their recent changes have not really worked well. In particular, the earlier meal and show times resulted ... Read More
Our 14 day cruise around the Caribbean was somewhat different to the other 20+ cruises we have enjoyed with Princess because some of their recent changes have not really worked well. In particular, the earlier meal and show times resulted in the theatre being full 45 minutes before the 6.45 and 8.45 pm shows and very little in the way of entertainment after 9.30 in the evening. SHIP Caribbean Princess has a slightly different layout to its “sister ships” with a smoky casino right outside the theatre and very little activity in the Wheelhouse at any time. We always preferred the second (8.15 ish) evening meal time which fitted with the 10.15 pm show but found that we had to arrive in the theatre by 6 pm and then eat afterwards with “any time” dining. After this, there was not much to do except frequent one of the bars. The Promenade deck is narrow, leaving no room for loungers. ENTERTAINMENT Three of the shows were new to us and we thought Bravo was excellent. The new Broadway show was also enjoyable, mainly because the production team had used the LED background well, with scenes instead of the irritating flashing displays. Fantastic Journey had a good acrobatic couple performing amidst the artificial smoke but the production stopped with a technical fault towards the end. It would be wise to take ear plugs and dark glasses because they have thrown everything into the production. The American passengers on board seemed to enjoy the various comedians and the voice impressionist in the theatre but (as Brits) we thought they were mediocre and would have appreciated something better. FOOD & DRINKS The food and service is still of a high standard (being much better than our experience of P&O and Cunard) but cut backs are evident, especially on formal nights. The Silver wine package has gone and most fairly ordinary wines are now 35 USD + 15% service. You can still get a decent sized lobster or steak in the Crown Grill (or other restaurants) but the 29 USD supplement seems rather excessive. The Horizon has been replaced with three alternative buffet style places, called Planks, Steamers and The Market Place, and we liked the modern décor and enjoyed the stir fry at lunch time. Afternoon tea was available daily but it needed to be more leisurely and the Princess’s scones always seem to contain too much bicarbonate of soda. MEDALIANS The recent introduction of the Medallions has been accompanied by dramatically improved wi-fi speeds but we did not find the associated Apps to be of much benefit. The Ocean Compass App has replaced the original Princess Cruises App, but still enabled us to check our account, view the day’s events and connect to the Internet. The Medallions unlock your cabin door (if you are lucky) but do not replace the passenger cards, so you now need to carry both. We found that getting off the ship was now slower and you needed the ordinary card at the port and dining room. CONCLUSIONS We enjoyed our cruise, even though the Caribbean Princess is not our favourite ship. Being launched in 2002, it is a bit dated and needs more than Medallions to make it special. The revised show and meal times do not work well and there was insufficient entertainment in the evenings. Service and food are good but Princess cut backs are quite evident. Most passengers, 684 of whom were Elite, had been tempted by the considerable OBC given, which helped to compensate for the higher cost of drinks etc. We had not been to the Caribbean for almost a decade but it seemed little changed apart from the size and number of cruise ships in every port. We found that half a day on each island was enough because we seldom spend time on the beaches, which are the main attraction. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
This 14 day cruise cover the southern caribbean . It has a very good itinary the included St Thomas, Aruba, St Kitts, Barbados, antigua. The only drawback was that the ship did not stay long enough in most of these locations. But we ... Read More
This 14 day cruise cover the southern caribbean . It has a very good itinary the included St Thomas, Aruba, St Kitts, Barbados, antigua. The only drawback was that the ship did not stay long enough in most of these locations. But we enjoyed visting these places especially the nice beaches. We sailed the same ship few months ago and it was great. This time we noticed a significant deterioration in several areas. Food was terrible especially the buffet . It was hard to tell what we were eating and the small area in the Pizzaz where they have some snacks was very bad. We could not see any shows . They have 2 nightly shows that were always completely full as early as 2 hours before each show. We complained to customer relations that we cannot go to the theater 2 hours early but nothing was done. Royal Caribbean handle that much better. Dining was fine but again the quality of food was poor. The medallion system is new and helpful and it could be used to control reservations for the shows . The ship is a little old but nice and pleasant. The majority of passengers on this cruise were seniors and handicapps , there were very few children. Caribbean Princess is not recommended and my advice if you decide to to cruise this ship is to call and ask about the demography of the cruise you are taking. Both emparkation and disembarkation were very smooth and fast. Read Less
Caribbean Princess Ratings
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Cabins 3.5 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.5 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 3.5 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 3.5 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 3.0 0.0

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