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4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Sailing date coincided with birthday. We cruise every two years and found this cruise to Noumea and Fiji fitted in with our holiday plans. lovely new and very large ship expertly crewed and managed. we enjoyed all the new features such as ... Read More
Sailing date coincided with birthday. We cruise every two years and found this cruise to Noumea and Fiji fitted in with our holiday plans. lovely new and very large ship expertly crewed and managed. we enjoyed all the new features such as the Hollywood Pool, Spa and Conservatory. The speciality restaurants, Harmony and Grill were quite good but the French restaurant La Mer was a disappointment. The food in the Any Time dinning restaurants was OK but only a little above average. The Atrium is a stand out feature in this vessel. Overall, the entertainment in the Theatre was of a high standard but the sound was cranked up too high and tended to turn good music and singing into noise. Platinum membership provides excellent embarkation and disembarkation and is a plus on such a large ship carrying 3500 passengers.The manoeuvrabilty of this large ship is amazing especially berthing at Sydney's International Terminal. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
The embarkation at Sydney was a breeze - on the ship within 40 minutes. Everyone was welcoming and friendly. Okay so it is a new ship, however the layout of our internal room (Cabin C334) in queen bed formation was so spacious, we ... Read More
The embarkation at Sydney was a breeze - on the ship within 40 minutes. Everyone was welcoming and friendly. Okay so it is a new ship, however the layout of our internal room (Cabin C334) in queen bed formation was so spacious, we couldn't believe it! The outfitting of the hanging space, storage etc., was very cleverly done - I had empty draws and shelves - when has that ever happened before????. Okay so the bathroom was "compact", but hey we weren't sleeping in there so we were completely satisfied with the layout, storage and comfort. Found the in-room TV selections more extensive than previous cruises. Couldn't fault the stateroom, the staff or the room service. We had anytime dining and with gluten intolerance to be taken into account, we weren't sure how we would go - well we were overwhelmed by the assistance, care and concern that we were shown by the head waiter and staff. The Chef also assisted. It was great. Plus even in the buffet there were gluten free options (okay they are probably not made in a fully gluten free environment, however they were suitable for us). The shops on board were way too "up market" for our taste - it would have been nice to see some more mid range stores, or the "sales" being more realistic as there are more and more middle class people choosing to cruise and it doesn't appear that Princess is catering to us. Lets be realistic - duty free isn't what it used to be! Wasn't thrilled by the excursions - main complaint was the ones that we booked and paid for months prior, were either cancelled or we were bumped to a time that didn't suit - not impressed. Additionally the categorising of the activity level was way out on most of the tours that we did take - many times there were people that were on the tour thinking that it was only moderate, when it should have been strenuous. Or vice versa - a moderate tour was a walk in the park - hopefully Princess will sort this out as it did cause a lot of issues with the older participants that should not have been on some of the tours, which in turn reduced our enjoyment by having to worry / assist these ones. The Captain was rather amusing many times when he was updating us on departures or the mid-day location etc., We only went to 1 show, which was excellently presented. The overall service from the front desk, waitstaff, bar staff, shore staff, stateroom steward etc., we couldn't fault. We had not difficulty in finding information, assistance and always a welcoming smile. When it was time to leave, we found that the Express Walk Off option was fantastic. We only had one bag each and a carry on, so we chose this option. We were then able to have our belongings with us till 8am the following morning, and walk straight off the ship at our designated time - wow it was so much better than the other options. Hope Princess keeps it for our next cruise. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
we chose this cruise as the 1st 1 out of Aus.Embarkment and Disembarkment was SO easy.we had a splurge and booked a mini suite(room m222)and it was AWESOME,not far from the lifts at the front of the ship.The Staff were GREAT and nothing ... Read More
we chose this cruise as the 1st 1 out of Aus.Embarkment and Disembarkment was SO easy.we had a splurge and booked a mini suite(room m222)and it was AWESOME,not far from the lifts at the front of the ship.The Staff were GREAT and nothing was a problem.the food was AWESOME,the noodle bar was Yum,had heaps of seafood on board,the Italian restaurant was great,we had dinner in the Crown Grill on the 2nd night(if u pre book before u go it's $29,on board it's $35)OMG SOOO GOOD,we ate in the restaurant and the Marketplace and it was all ok.heaps of things to do all day(we won the boat building and came 2nd in the egg drop).the shows were GREAT.the bar staff new my name on the 2nd day,LOL.they do bar flair shows at the sky walk bar,great fun.We booked our tours with Moana Tours for Suva and Lautoka,$55 for 5-6 hours including lunch,great value and fun with Queen Dee-Dee as our guide,SO FUNNY,my partner did a snorkelling tour with Walking Sun Tours on Mystery Island,$25 for an hour and a half,he said it was AWESOME. We met some great people,thanks John for organizing the meet and greet and thanks for the beer.We have no complaints(why would we,we weren't at work,lol)can't wait to cruise on her again. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
We chose the ship because it’s new and classy. Nearly all food in all outlets is included. Highlight was the traditional dining room with fine dining service and scrumptious food. Embarkation and disembarkation were both quick and ... Read More
We chose the ship because it’s new and classy. Nearly all food in all outlets is included. Highlight was the traditional dining room with fine dining service and scrumptious food. Embarkation and disembarkation were both quick and efficient. Deluxe balcony room was perfect - spacious and could look out at the ocean from our bed. The pool and outdoor hot-tubs were quite the bit of bliss whether in the sun or under the rain. The captain was polite and informative. We stayed on level 14 towards the front of the ship and had very little movement throughout the 12 days - the size of the ship kept it steady. Our room steward was attentive and kept things stocked and clean. The shows were ok but we mainly were on the cruise for the food, swimming and island visits - a clear focus for our luxury family cruise. Mystery Island a definite highlight. That impressed with the ship we are booking again on the Majestic Princess. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Our cruise on the Majestic Princess's inaugural cruise from Australia to locations with which we were well familiar in the South Pacific, complemented cruises on the Golden Princess in February and another planned for November, 2018. ... Read More
Our cruise on the Majestic Princess's inaugural cruise from Australia to locations with which we were well familiar in the South Pacific, complemented cruises on the Golden Princess in February and another planned for November, 2018. All our expectations on board the Majestic Princess were met and our cruise enjoyment was aided by the allocation to us of Stateroom M105 on Deck 15 which I suspect would be one of the best on the ship, with a very large balcony of some 4m x 5m, directly above the Ship's Bridge and looking forward over its bow. The Stateroom configuration is unique to that location and was very much to our liking and comfort, affording full use of the balcony with total privacy at all times, including during sea days. It was particularly interesting that at sea with the balcony door fully open, the curtains hardly moved, no doubt due to the forward profile of the ship. Our total experiences were positive with "seamless" embarkation, tendering and disembarkation operations providing minimal "down time", with virtually "walk on, walk off" experiences throughout all phases of port visits. As always we make independent plans for shore activity, whether that be snorkeling, shopping or sightseeing at those locations visited. Local currency was obtained ashore without issue as occurred when the need arose in Lautoka, and at other locations we used Australian Dollars or Credit Cards for purchase transactions without difficulty. Our preferred choice of Anytime Dining provided no obstacle to prompt seating in both the ship's Anytime Dining Restaurants during dining hours, and meals served during this cruise were as good if not better when compared to our other cruise experiences. Outstanding would have to be the description afforded to the friendliness of all crew we encountered on the Majestic Princess, at all levels. The Hollywood Conservatory on the Majestic Princess is impressive and a major asset of the vessel, both with respect to its position on Deck 17, and appearance throughout which includes the enclosed pool. Entertainment was substantially as we had seen before on previous cruises but nonetheless still enjoyable and impressive, well worth watching again. It did seem at times the venues struggled to accommodate all passengers seeking seats during some performances, and the choice of location for the Enrichment Lectures necessitated some passengers having to stand - something we had not seen to any degree on other ships. At times, despite the number of passengers aboard the Majestic Princess, we did not find particular difficulty locating seating in Public areas, something which has been a source of frustration in the past on cruises. Overall this cruise experience did not disappoint at any time and if anything, has spoiled us for future cruises given particularly the Stateroom we had and would be lucky to ever get again. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
wow what can i say about this ship/cruise i had a fabulous time it was my 50th birthday present to me ... the maiden voyage out of Sydney. After watching Majestic Princess come into the spectacular Sydney Harbor i could not wait to get on ... Read More
wow what can i say about this ship/cruise i had a fabulous time it was my 50th birthday present to me ... the maiden voyage out of Sydney. After watching Majestic Princess come into the spectacular Sydney Harbor i could not wait to get on board. Embarkation process was fabulous we got on with no dramas at all. as soon as we stepped on board the crew were fabulous and that never changed for the whole voyage. i also had the pleasure of doing the ultimate ship tour ~ utterly fabulous and very enlightening about the workings of a cruise ship, it was lovely to have a chat with the captain and find out where he started and his journey to become the captain of this magnificent vessel. I did think that this was going to be a medallion cruise but there were some hic ups and that didn't happen but that was no important. I would love to sail on Majestic Princess again it was such a fantastic experience and one that i would highly recommend to anyone that was thinking about it. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2018
Having sailed on our first Princess cruise on the Sun Princess last year we were hooked. The temptation to sail on a "new" bigger ship was to easy to accept when recommended by our travel agent. From the moment we embarked ... Read More
Having sailed on our first Princess cruise on the Sun Princess last year we were hooked. The temptation to sail on a "new" bigger ship was to easy to accept when recommended by our travel agent. From the moment we embarked in Brisbane (did Brisbane/Sydney/Fiji/Sydney) we knew we had done the right thing.Everything went like clockwork, the crew were excellent and most helpful no matter who you dealt with.What impressed us was their friendliness and ability to engage in courteous conversation whenever you passed them or approached them. Their knowledge whether it be a waiter,steward,deck attendant,cruise direct teamperson was most noticeable-reflects on Princess recruitment and training. We dined in most areas and the food was excellent with a constant change of choice/menu One exception was Harmony restaurant where we found the Chinese presentation was not really geared for the european chinese menu that us NZ people enjoy.It appeared that on this cruise they had difficulty in getting much patronage on most nights. Crown grill on the other hand was great for us steak lovers. Hats off to the Cruse Director Andrew K and his ever smiling staff. Did a great job all of them. The Stage shows in the theatre were first rate, catered for all tastes and were very energetic. We only got off the ship in Suva as we had done other ports on the Sun last year and picked up a 4 hour tour from one of the many agents on the wharf. For $30 it was cheaper than a Princess excursion and probably covered the same sights. Our main recommendation to Princess is perhaps in today's new communication world that a free daily internet allowance should be part and parcel of your fare price.The elite category of passenger have so much internet allowance that they cannot use it all! This great 14 days of cruising for us had to come to an end too soon but at least Princess performed right to the end with disembarkation so well organised we were most impressed.Hardly had to touch our luggage until we got to the airport. We certainly came back new. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Wanted to go on New Ship.The Majestic Princess was beautiful,Is a fair bit bigger but soon got a handle on the layout.The extra passengers number only came as a problem on the mandatory safety briefing on the first evening when all the ... Read More
Wanted to go on New Ship.The Majestic Princess was beautiful,Is a fair bit bigger but soon got a handle on the layout.The extra passengers number only came as a problem on the mandatory safety briefing on the first evening when all the passenger have to assemble in there allocated stations on deck 7,once the crowed dispersed all was well.Good entertainment in a variety of location,always something to do till late in the evening.The movie under the stars big screen has to been seen to be believed how good it is ,better than my brand new Sony Brava tv at home,so clear and colorful,best i have ever seen,The water show on the same deck to a theme is spectacular and with the back drop of the big screen is a winner.The allocated band area under the screen is good for shows up on that deck as well .The adults area only called Hollywood up on deck 17 is a beauty,Pool and Bar all under cover with private booths all around the edge with deck chairs and other furniture with a panoramic view ,great place to read a book and chill big time,big winner.The restaurants where up to Princess standard and so where the specialty restaurants as well.The bars are many and although there is no wheelhouse bar,its space is well taken over by the Crown Grill bar area.All round winner,and of cause the staff where top notch and one of the main reasons we like Princess and now this ship sailing in OZ another winner in my book Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2018
What amazing ship and cruise. It was our first time on the Majestic Princess and we both loved it. Enjoyed all the entertainment and the Singer & dancers shows were the best I have seen. You need to be at the Princess ... Read More
What amazing ship and cruise. It was our first time on the Majestic Princess and we both loved it. Enjoyed all the entertainment and the Singer & dancers shows were the best I have seen. You need to be at the Princess Theatre early, as the seats go fast. We waited for one hour, before the show. It was worth the wait. Take a good book. The service was great and the crew were more then happy to help. They always had a smile on their face. We liked all the Ports. we did one shore excursion and it was great and worth the money. If you are new to cruising I would do a tour with the ship. We went on a tour at Noumea from the information centre and they got lost. that made it interesting. We did go to a very nice Village and a lovely church out in the Countryside. The food is great and tasty, you will not go hungry. The International Café has lovely coffee and cakes. The Majestic Princess we would go on a cruise in the future. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
Just cruised on Majestic Princess from Brisbane to Sydney (2nights). This cruise was fantastic and not long enough. We had an inside cabin which was roomy enough and beds are very comfortable, but pillows not so comfortable so glad I ... Read More
Just cruised on Majestic Princess from Brisbane to Sydney (2nights). This cruise was fantastic and not long enough. We had an inside cabin which was roomy enough and beds are very comfortable, but pillows not so comfortable so glad I bought my own. I have many food allergies & intolerances & this is the first time I have eaten at the buffet & specialty restaurants as the staff were very knowledgeable & could explain the ingredients in each dish & chefs could easily modify menu options to suit my needs even coming up with options not on the menu. It made my experience all the more enjoyable. As normally this would be a very stressful experience for me. This cruise ship was very relaxing & the hydrotherapy pool helped improve my tight muscles. Though a little on the expensive side. Highly recommend this ship and can’t wait to sail it again. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
After being on loads of cruise ships some good but most bad, I have to say Majestic princess was an outstanding surprise. The food quality was excellent even in the buffet.. The bed comfort was the best I have ever been on, they usually ... Read More
After being on loads of cruise ships some good but most bad, I have to say Majestic princess was an outstanding surprise. The food quality was excellent even in the buffet.. The bed comfort was the best I have ever been on, they usually are so hard and put my back in spasms but this was exceptional cloud like comfort. So many restaurants and coffee shops to choose from, and so many areas on the ship to relax in peace and quiet. This ship is so big that even fully booked and at maximum capacity we never had to line up for anything. My only advice when booking a cruise is always look up when the boat was built it doesn't matter how many refurbs its had 30 yr old aircon and 30 yr old plumbing will ruin any cruise. I will never sail on an old cruise ship again majestic princess was built only 1 yr ago. It's my new favourite cruise ship. I will definitely be going back.. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2018
It was a great experience to sail on the Majestic Princess as she sailed "Down Under " for her Maiden Voyage to Australia. She certainly is a very large and beautiful ship. We spent 11 days in China before embarking which was ... Read More
It was a great experience to sail on the Majestic Princess as she sailed "Down Under " for her Maiden Voyage to Australia. She certainly is a very large and beautiful ship. We spent 11 days in China before embarking which was a great experience, then 22 days on board exploring Majestic from top to bottom.The highlight was the Ultimate Ships tour which includes a visit to the bridge. We also we experienced "The Chefs Table Lumiere fine dining experience, and the Harmony Restaurant. The World Fresh Market Place dining has an excellent choice of food.All the staff and crew were extremely warm and friendly.We took advantage of the all inclusive photo package, so all photos from the 22 day voyage only $249, There was heaps of entertainment, live music, shows. Andrew the cruise director and his staff were fantastic.Shore excursions were well organised.We aquired a new member to our family as we adopted " Grandpa Stanley ". As he ventured around the ship he was hugged by many of the passengers and crew. It was a fantastic journey. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
Where do I start Firstly the embarkment in Shanghai was terrible. Waiting for up to 3-4 hours This Cruise was for the older clientele Average age was around the 75 plus It was like being in a nursing home. Lots of mobility ... Read More
Where do I start Firstly the embarkment in Shanghai was terrible. Waiting for up to 3-4 hours This Cruise was for the older clientele Average age was around the 75 plus It was like being in a nursing home. Lots of mobility scooters, walking frames, wheelchairs. Most of the time you could never get a lift So the easy option was to walk the stairs. Being on the 15 deck. It was hard to work up all the stairs as hubby had recently had a knee replacement. Deck 15 Oh boy how if Id have known I would never have booked this deck Staff moving furniture at midnight for an hour or so Then again at 5am. After 3 days we complained It did eas off a little but not completely. So no sleep in for us Food Was not the best it seemed what was in the restaurants on an evening got recycled In the food buffet the following day It was some time like eating a pub lunch in the buffet The symphony restaurant was great apart from one of the waiters dropping lemon butter down my formal gown Hence I never made a fuss about this. Entertainment What can I say You had to get to the shows 1hour early to get a seat With many still saving seats Even though they were told not to save. Some of the shows were pretty average. Deck 16 Movie under the stars Hardly anyone went to the 10pm movie. So why show the same one twice in one evening. Same trivia on the big screen was the same over and over. Elton John tribute was on 3 time So princess get your act together otherwise you will lose a lot of your up and coming cruisers Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: August 2018
We chose Majestic Princess again as we had cruised on her maiden voyage a year ago. It's a wonderful ship and there are so many restaurants and bars to visit that you will never be bored. The production shows are some of the best we ... Read More
We chose Majestic Princess again as we had cruised on her maiden voyage a year ago. It's a wonderful ship and there are so many restaurants and bars to visit that you will never be bored. The production shows are some of the best we have seen and the visiting artists were all very good. One of the other reasons we chose this ship was that we were celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary and wanted to do it in style. We opted to do a vow renewal ceremony and we couldn't have chosen a better ship to do it on. The ceremony was amazing; the attention to detail from the Princess staff was simply mind blowing! They brought in fresh roses for my bouquet plus roses and orchids for decoration in the Hollywood Conservatory from Hong Kong where we had docked 2 days before. We were greeted on arrival by all the officers in their dress uniform; our music of choice was playing and our friends were all seated comfortably. Captain Craig Stuart then performed the ceremony and my husband is still convinced that it was better than our wedding in 1968 so that's saying something! If you are thinking of getting married or having a vow renewal ceremony then there is no better place to do it than on a Princess cruise ship! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2018
SHIP: We chose this cruise as we had not visited any of the destinations previously, save for Brisbane where we remained on board. The ship is indeed a large vessel, but that's the way its going these days. The crew had been used ... Read More
SHIP: We chose this cruise as we had not visited any of the destinations previously, save for Brisbane where we remained on board. The ship is indeed a large vessel, but that's the way its going these days. The crew had been used to servicing Asian customers who generally have a different cultural expectation to that of westerners. There were approximately 2700 Aussies on board with the next group being Americans numbering only approximately 90. I think the crew did a magnificent job accommodating and adapting to the expectations of the Aussie passengers, although it did take a few days. There were many complainers on board that we noticed, but hey as other reviewers of other vessels say, look for the positives and not the negatives. CABIN: We booked M130 a deluxe balcony cabin. This was well appointed, tho a little smaller than the equivalent on Pacific Pearl. Standard features, Large comfy bed and couch with a smallish balcony containing two chairs and a small table. Our cabin Steward was attentive and friendly and provided for all our requests. DINING: We chose anytime dining and the "World Fresh Marketplace" provided a wide and varied choice for all meals. A favorite being the bakery which had a large selection of cakes and sweets to follow your meals with. The other dining choices including Crown Grill and Harmony Chinese were of a great standard and ample food was served at our 2 sittings for each of these. We did not try LaMer simply because we are not fond of French cuisine. The other eateries including Alfredo's Pizzeria and the Burger Bar and International cafe were also of a high standard serving a variety of choices. ENTERTAINMENT & ACTIVITIES: We found the entertainment on-board to be of a high standard. The shows in the main theatre were great. We did not like the american entertainer (pianist) in the crooners bar as she did not know the words to songs she was playing, and repeated the same performance for all 22 nights we were aboard. Also if we wanted karaoke we would have gone else where. Using passengers to supplement her inabilities did not go down well with not only us but others we were sitting near. One of the older american passengers ,named Francine, she used managed to racially slur the whole Asian population and this was inappropriate. Hopefully she will not be aboard any future cruises we undertake. Overall, however, the entertainment standard was high and varied enough to provide a choice every night for the whole 22 night cruise. SERVICE: The crew were impeccable in their willingness to be best with their service. Particularly we would like to mention Nenad in the International Cafe and Sascha in the gift shop. These two gentlemen went out of there way to accommodate requests and help us with purchases on board. All of the crew and hotel staff were friendly and courteous when we needed assistance. A big thanks to the medical staff on board who assisted us with an injury we sustained on the tender transfer into NhaTrang. PORTS & EXCURSIONS: This trip we only took Princess Shore Excursions and we found these to be interesting and informative. Only one tender transfer was required at NhaTrang and although it was hot and humid we managed this without major hiccup. We thoroughly enjoyed this cruise, and yes we were aware of issues at boarding in Shanghai, however this is something the Chinese authorities need to address and Princess need to keep abreast of. We heard many passengers complaining about things that to us seemed insignificant, so again I say look for the positives people not the negatives. If that's what you set out to do you are bound to have a crap holiday. We on the other hand enjoyed ourselves thoroughly and would sail again on this class of vessel if the itinerary appealed to us. Read Less
Sail Date: August 2018
Never visited before Asian countries.? and Magestic Princess ....the newest Princess ship on her maiden voyage to OZ ...We just had to be onboard .!!! We flew from Adelaide to Shanghai the day before boarding Was amazed at the ... Read More
Never visited before Asian countries.? and Magestic Princess ....the newest Princess ship on her maiden voyage to OZ ...We just had to be onboard .!!! We flew from Adelaide to Shanghai the day before boarding Was amazed at the size and magnificence of the ship but once orientated was easy to find our way around... Our balcony cabin was cosy and had all we needed...the food in all dining areas excellent...! There was always entertainment in venues any where on the ship ...and plenty of quiet places to relax and read a book or sit on the deck and watch the ocean....There was a variety of shore excursions offered by Princess and the ones we chose were well organised and very enjoyable.. The staff and crew were very friendly and helpful always willing to have a chat when possible..A great relaxing holiday and well worth the money ... Our 3rd Princess cruise will be on the Golden Princess in March next year Read Less
15 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
I This ship is said to be design for Chinese market, but I'd say it's American Chinese not Chinese Chinese. The food taste just like American Chinese food. Noodle bar, buffet and Harmony restaurant, all taste like American ... Read More
I This ship is said to be design for Chinese market, but I'd say it's American Chinese not Chinese Chinese. The food taste just like American Chinese food. Noodle bar, buffet and Harmony restaurant, all taste like American Chinese food. I want to give a suggestion if you don't know how to cook Chinese food, hire a Chinese chef or just don't serve Chinese food. The dinner in crown grill restaurant was also a bad experience for me. Everything is overly salted. All I can taste is salt in the soup and the lobster tail. The entertainment was nothing worthwhile to be mention. The ship is huge, but most space is dedicated for cabins; and thus lots of passengers with inadequate public space. Children center is simply boring, activities for kids were poorly prepared. In conclusion , if you are looking for a cruise trip for your first time. Avoid this ship. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
The ship was good, the people lovely, itinerary varied and interesting, food excellent and entertainment entertaining! We have travelled with several companies but to date, Princess is the best operator. The overall experience with the ... Read More
The ship was good, the people lovely, itinerary varied and interesting, food excellent and entertainment entertaining! We have travelled with several companies but to date, Princess is the best operator. The overall experience with the quality of the service, the ship, the entertainment and the food exceeds Princess's competitors and I would personally favour Princess in the cruise line-up. Give them a try and you won't regret it. We also tried the leisure facilities. The pool was lovely and warm and the gym well equipped. The spa was excellent and the masseuses were knowledgeable in their work - a very nice celebratory treat! The excursions were well planned and they all went smoothly and without delays. In addition each port visit was conducted efficiently and quickly. Visiting Asia is highly recommended and this particular cruise very interesting and informative - getting to see Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Thailand! Read Less
25 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
I can't understand the negative reviews. I usually don't write reviews but had to give our opinion. Six of us,3 couples,got on the Majestic Princess at Singapore on 18th.June 2017 for 21 night cruise..We've done lots of ... Read More
I can't understand the negative reviews. I usually don't write reviews but had to give our opinion. Six of us,3 couples,got on the Majestic Princess at Singapore on 18th.June 2017 for 21 night cruise..We've done lots of cruises (23 for my wife & I) but this was a special cruise. We like band music & dancing and we've decided that Princess has the best bands of any cruise line.Over the 3 weeks on board we enjoyed 4 different bands. Happy hours with band music were a highlight. We had early dining in the Symphony dining room and our waiter Erasto & his assistant Danny were wonderful ( 10/10). Food in the dining room was excellent & so was the Marketplace with a big variety of dishes and many Asian fruits that were new to us & that we enjoyed. We had a balcony cabin & our room steward Rodrigo was also excellent anything we required was granted. We attended trivia competitions and fun live TV husband/wife quiz shows, bingo and dancing, port information talks etc. Theatre shows were very good particularly Nat King Cole, Johnny Cash impersonators, the Blues Brothers, a fabulous violinist, a Canadian comedian, song/dance shows were all very good. A few minor complaints: only two computers is insufficient in the Internet room (however I have to admit I got on immediately the 3 times I used them). I'd like the shops to sell some cheaper items as well as the high end brands. Shop prices seemed to be cheaper than a Duty Free store we visited in our Incheon excursion. I was glad to see Princess implement the idea of a different colour carpet on each side of the ship's stateroom hallways. ( I've always wanted this & in future a pattern pointing forward would be even better). Cabin was a little smaller than usual but nothing to complain about. Our safe was not working properly & our room steward arranged repairs & the repairman decided to replace the safe all within a short time. Of the 23 cruises we've been on my wife & I rated this cruise in the top three. Read Less
51 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
We chose this cruise because it called into a lot of ports which we hadn't seen. It was a 21 day cruise from Singapore to Shanghai and it was on it's maiden Grand Asia Cruise. Our flight arrived early into Singapore so we had ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it called into a lot of ports which we hadn't seen. It was a 21 day cruise from Singapore to Shanghai and it was on it's maiden Grand Asia Cruise. Our flight arrived early into Singapore so we had to wait until 10.00am before we could proceed aboard. The ship was impressive and our balcony cabin was on Deck 12 midship. The ship was built for the Chinese market and this was apparent with the poker machines in the casino, the Gong Cha bar midship, mahjong tables in the Vista Lounge and the specialty dining restaurant. The ship has a lot of high end shops which did not seem to be patronised well. We had an early traditional dining sitting but used the anytime dining on shore days when necessary. Disembarkation was difficult as there was another large ship docked making it about 5000 people disembarking at the same time. The entertainment was good but the only dance area was in the main atrium where most of the activities took place. All in all, a good cruise. Read Less
37 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
Just my two cents so far. My family embarked in Singapore and we've been on the ship for a week. So far, I have to say that I don't understand the negative reviews. My previous cruise experiences have been exclusively Disney ... Read More
Just my two cents so far. My family embarked in Singapore and we've been on the ship for a week. So far, I have to say that I don't understand the negative reviews. My previous cruise experiences have been exclusively Disney cruises (Fantasy/Dream/Wonder) so I can most easily compare to those ships. Some notes: - The ship is brand new. Everything is literally gleaming. - The clientele appears to be mostly retirees. It's therefore not obviously designed for kids. With that said, my two daughters (7 and 10) are having a ton of fun. One unexpected side effect of being on a ship without a lot of kids is that there isn't a lot of pressure on the swimming pools. There is a kids swimming pool on the top deck that is almost always empty (or mostly empty). - Buffet food seems a little worse than Disney cruises - fruit is not quite as fresh or juicy. Still perfectly adequate, though. - Bakery items are delicious. The International Cafe on Deck 5 serves super-delicious donuts. - For those craving ice cream, there is free unlimited soft-serve ice cream on the top deck at Swirls Ice Cream Bar from 11:30am to 9pm. - The pizza, hot dogs, and hamburgers are (IMO) better than Disney. Pizza is served made-to-order in Alfredo's Pizzeria on deck 6 midship and it's delicious. Hot dogs and hamburgers are served made-to-order from Lobster Grill on the top floor next to the pool-- they're super fresh and delicious as well. - The staterooms have two TVs each. On video-on-demand, there is a reasonable selection of movies to watch-- everything from Zootopia and Trolls to Lalaland and Batman v Superman. - The staterooms are very nice and (of course) brand new. Unlike the Disney cruises, there is only a single sink/bathroom, but that's not a huge deal. - Internet is metered by time, not by the megabyte. $199 for 600 minutes for the duration of the cruise. - General entertainment is not as spectacular as Disney but still super-fun. No mini-Broadway musicals-- juggling acts, singing acts, and the like. - The staff is (mostly) cheerful and helpful. Not quite as universally over-the-top cheerful as staff on Disney cruises but totally fine. - The "Destination Expert" presentations about each port are very well done (currently done by a fellow named Hutch)-- he tells you what to expect when getting into each port. - We haven't tried the youth and teen centers, so I can't comment on those. I can't really comment on the casino or the shops either-- they seem nice enough but we don't spend any time there. Overall, my kids like the cruise just as much as Disney cruises; my wife and I concur. It's a beautiful new ship with welcoming staff and good food-- not sure what else folks expect! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
May 21, 2917 Majestic Princess to Singapore After spending a relaxing week in Rome, we finally got to board the Majestic Princess. Wow, wow, wow. I was blown away by it from the minute we walked in! My experience was so positive. ... Read More
May 21, 2917 Majestic Princess to Singapore After spending a relaxing week in Rome, we finally got to board the Majestic Princess. Wow, wow, wow. I was blown away by it from the minute we walked in! My experience was so positive. We planted ourselves in our favorite room, Emerald 319 and obstructed balcony with no real obstructions! I’ve spent close to 55 days in that room on the Regal/Majestic in the last 6 months! I am a creature of habit I guess. Anyway the room is identical to that on the Regal, and for the most part the ship is the same except for a few important changes. Bed Linens and the new robes were fantastic, much nicer than I’ve ever seen on a Princess ship. They now use sheets between the comforters and I like it much better. The top of the bed is also covered in a lovely while sheet. Our room steward was The Casino is still in the same place but it looks different, however I did not spend any time there and cannot tell you how. The casino is no longer open to the floor above, so shopping is not as stinky now, more on that later. The vista lounge has changed but only a little; in the back of the room are Mahjong tables which are accessible for trivia players when trivia is held in that Lounge. Those tables are rented out at $10 an hour, including the whole set up, and the room is now called the Vista Gaming lounge. It is still the place where many parties take place. Club 6 is gone, totally MIA and in its place is a bar and smoking room. I barely went through it once. There are mid ship stairs in place now, making many people happy. The center atrium is the same except a few shops have moved. The regular store with candy and basics, well lots of candy, is on the 5th floor, opposite to the International Café. Service was fantastic, from the Barista’s to the Buffet (World Market Place) the servers were kind, hard working, and lovely to interact with. The food was magnificent. Yes, it was the best food I ever got on Princess. We were in the traditional dining room on the 6th floor aft, and our servers were incredible. There were so many dining options and for sure we did not hit them all in the 28 days on the ship. Frankly the food was so good in the main dining room we did not want to leave it ever! We had specialty dining given to us by our wonderful travel agent and we ended up turning it in for credit! I did hear that the Chinese food specialty restaurant was wonderful. There is little Pizza on the ship, you have to go to Alfredo’s to get any, and of course you can still order it from room service for $3, and its good. There isn’t any Pizza near the pool now, instead is a delightful little noodle bar with its yummy and different menu. Its next to the grill, which still serves up Hotdogs, burgers, and yummy fries. Next to Princess live is a Boba tea bar with the most incredible drinks (non-alcohol) and I became addicted from the first one I ordered. This bar also has some fancy coffee, no more cookies and no booze there. There was a ton of activities offered, many of them were basically sales presentations, seeming to be a normal part of the patter these days! As my friend Bob say’s “I applaud them as a stockholder and am alarmed as a cruiser” or something like that. Anyway trivia was offered too many times in Princess live, at least now they are giving teams writing boards, well board. Now there is a giant window outside of P.live so people can observe games in progress, or even play while outside. I met a gentleman (happy dentist) who had made his own boards for his trivia mates using cardboard and rubberbands, they were so cool and he got the materials by asking his steward for the cardboard (lots of boxes on the ship) and rubberbands! Brilliant idea. Ports were fantastic as they always are, my 2 private tours in Athens and in Petra turned out wonderful. Especially Petra, which was the tour of a lifetime! We visited Naples day two and had a tour with Fabrizio of course. We visited Paestum, one of the best Greek ruins in Italy, and it was amazing and quite educational.  Thankfully we had hired a guide to educate us about the ancient Greeks who lived here long ago.  We all loved the tour and stopped to eat and shop but I didn't buy anything.  We also went to a diary and water buffalo farm where we had a lovely lunch with the most incredible fresh cheeses and breads and OMG it was amazing.  I would be so fat if I lived here, am grateful that this food is not available at home, there is nothing like fresh cheese in Italy.  I'm drooling now! Next we went to Athens and since I was not feeling well Ken had to be me and managed the group tour that I had put together.  He did great and for this cruise we decided that he would be me and I get to be him!  This in and of itself is a total vacation for me and Kenny keeps saying how hard my "job" is!  The universe is divine in its lovely little lessons.  Ken said the group had fun and he also enjoyed it, I on the other hand stayed in bed and lolled around.  Later in the day I called Barb and Gary and we went to the duty free shop and bought some food/munchies.  Not that we need it her on the ship, it is like a food orgy here and man the food is very good. After Athens we visited Santorini, one of the Greek Islands.  We sailed into what used to be the center of the island but thousands of years ago there was a humongous volcanic eruption which blew half the island away, now scattered around the main island.  Most of the island is high above the bottom and you half to take a donkey, walk, ride a gondola, or hire a cab and drive to get to the towns.  I have a picture of my mom riding a donkey here, so I am always thinking of her as we go.  We visited the picturesque towns or Oia, and Fiera, and another that I forgot!  This is the most picturesque of all the Greek Islands and a first time for us!   After Santorini, we were tired and ready for the two sea days it take to transit the Suez Canal, which was interesting and quite picturesque.  On one side of the ship were the great sand dunes of Egypt and on the other side small towns and roads, as well as pontoon bridges and guards.  As we sailed into the gulf of Aiden, there are guard boats everywhere.  We are on Pirate guard now and being my mother’s daughter, I am not afraid and instead excited that I might see a pirate!  Of course no such luck. We have lots of security on the ship as well as off the ship with boats all around us filled with armed guards.  And all the railings have giant hoses wrapped around them which is used as a good defense.  We sail for three days as we make our way to Petra. We finally reach Aqaba on the Jordanian coast of the Red Sea.  Gary and Barbara keep reminding us that this is where Moses parted the Red Sea!  We don't see that, but we are off to Petra, which I missed last year because I was sick, for a change!  I always get sick on cruises and so far I am pretty good.  Hope I didn't just jinx myself, lol. I organized a private tour of Petra for $155 pp, in a small group of 13, instead of taking a princess tour with 40 at $300 pp!  Our Guide is Ali and he is amazing, speaks perfect English and takes amazing g care of us.  Throughout the tour he call us the “adventurers” and we all like that! We go inside caves that none of the other tours get into, and yeah I am able to walk the whole 3 miles down!  Petra is a blow mind, just amazing.  The Siq is a narrow slot canyon made of amazing red rocks, we could begin Utah/northern Arizona the only other place in the world that I know of that has these kinds of slots!  As we walk Ali illuminate’s us with stories of the ancient Nabateans who lived here long ago.  At the bottom, as the tour ends, I don't shop much to Kens amazement, instead we try to walk on but I am pooped and shaky and it is almost 100 here.  Ken puts me on a Donkey (just like my mom who was here some 30 years ago) and takes me back to a shady spot where Barbara and I wait while Ali finds us a horse drawn carriage to talked us to the top.  Ken and Gary walked back up the 3 miles, such determination and Gary is in his mid 70's.  We aspire to be just like them when we reach their ages.  The entertainment was great, both in the piazza and in the Theater. We saw several new shows, and lots of interesting acts including a duo called Branden & James, they were fantastic and I bought their CD! Also of great interest to me was Pete Best, the Beatles first Drummer who was fired before the band became famous. He gave a Lecture and answered some questions from the audience, most importantly he did not know the reason why he was fired! We got a good seat because we came early enough.  We had just participated in a Beatles trivia which was fun. The ports continued to be intriguing including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Cochin, Sri Lanka, Penang, and Kuala Lumpur. For the most part, the Princess tours were not so great, consequently we canceled many tours and opted to go on our own to various places and many malls. We had all been to most of the ports anyway. After 4 weeks, we were ready to get off the ship. Singapore was a mess, at least the disembark was not so fun because there was a huge line for taxi’s. We had booked a 2 night stay in Singapore’s Katong district, at the Hotel Indigo. I loved this hotel so much, it was immaculate and the room was so comfortable. Although I did not have a tub room, I did make great use of the foot soaking bowl, which was very traditional. The food was very good. The staff was excellent, from the manager to the bellhop, and desk staff, they were all magnificent. While we waited for our room, we were given traditional tea and coffee drinks and the room was available quickly. They provided water daily, which was greatly appreciated. Finally, the neighborhood was incredible! We have stayed in downtown hotels, and a hotel at Changi airport but for sure this was my favorite neighborhood. We walked for miles getting to see old row houses, two story shops, and right across the street we discovered a wonderful store named Choo with hand beaded purses and so much more. We will definitely come back here! Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We are frequent cruisers & chose this sailing for the unusual itinerary and # of days. The ship is gorgeous, very much like the Royal Princess that we had sailed on previously. The Anytime dining service was the very best we have ... Read More
We are frequent cruisers & chose this sailing for the unusual itinerary and # of days. The ship is gorgeous, very much like the Royal Princess that we had sailed on previously. The Anytime dining service was the very best we have ever had on a ship, & this was our 51st cruise. We asked for the same table every evening & they were happy to get us in the same area every time that we went to the dining room. The embarkation & disembarkation were smooth, and our luggage was in the cabin when we arrived, maybe 10-15 minutes to get on board. When we got off the ship in Singapore we were thru immigration in less than 5 minutes. We went to a few of the shows, & most were good, especially enjoyed "ROLLER BOYS". The buffet area tends to be a little over-crowded, seems like a lot of people just go there to sit & chat or play cards, or whatever, so sometimes hard to find a table. The shore excursions were outstanding. We took a 3 day excursion from Cochin, India to the TAJ MAHAL, & it was terrific. A true once in a lifetime experience. Did an evening desert safari in Dubai & it included a camel ride which was great fun. I would recommend that to anyone. We had been thru the Panama Canal on a cruise, but sailing thru the Suez was quite different, it looked more like a small river. Egypt was on either side of the ship so it was very interesting. Extreme heat in Petra, but still worth every minute!!! All in all, it was an amazing trip, loved every minute of it. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
Ive been looking to do a Mediterranean cruise for a while and I liked this one because of the itinerary plus it was new. The down part to the sailing was originally it had Valletta,Malta and Kusadasi, Turkey on the itinerary and after I ... Read More
Ive been looking to do a Mediterranean cruise for a while and I liked this one because of the itinerary plus it was new. The down part to the sailing was originally it had Valletta,Malta and Kusadasi, Turkey on the itinerary and after I booked it they changed the itinerary to go to Kotor, Montenegro and Corfu, Greece instead. Eventhough the replacement ports were amazing, I still had my heart set on Malta and Kusadasi. A few passengers I've talked to felt the same way. We had a suite because there were four of us, my husband and I plus our two boys 15 and 10. My 10 year old loved the kids zone and went there a few times. Sometimes he wanted to go but they were closed. They had play station, crafts, painting, he loved it. My 15 year old spent alot of his time at the basketball court. Although he loved the basketball, the court also had an area for tennis or raquetball and seemed if you wanted to play basketball you had to make way for other balls coming your way. The crew was amazing. The sit down dining was wonderful. No Complaints. The Marketplace for breakfast, lunch and dinner was ok but not the greatest. Had a hard time finding things in an order. Seemed the food was not "set" up correctly, like you had to search everywhere to get one thing because the plan was flowing. The food options seemed to be geared for the Asians, and for someone who doesnt like Asian food too much, I was a little disappointed. Some foods didnt even look familiar to me. Desserts were good but I think they should have more food options. The entertainment seemed to be a little lacking but overal we had a great time and would definatley do it again. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2017
I really don’t understand the number of negative reviews at all, on a sparkling brand new ship with a memorable sail-away to match. Our trip was fantastic. We’re Ruby on Princess but I can’t imagine that made much difference in the ... Read More
I really don’t understand the number of negative reviews at all, on a sparkling brand new ship with a memorable sail-away to match. Our trip was fantastic. We’re Ruby on Princess but I can’t imagine that made much difference in the great way we were treated (really doesn’t take much to get Ruby status). Here’s our story. On March 31 my wife and I happen to celebrate the same birthday so with low airfares to Europe from the US we decided to treat ourselves to a few days in Italy. Kind of by accident we happened to find the preview voyage of the Majestic Princess, departing March 31 (good timing!) and because we had limited time, the four-night sailing Trieste to Rome was the perfect cruise for us. Because it was a preview cruise, kind of the maiden voyage before the maiden voyage, like the soft opening of a restaurant) it was not listed on all the usual cruise sites, or it would appear and then quickly disappear. One of the invited travel agents on board told us the preview cruise was purposely kept about two-thirds full to give the ship and the crew a good practice run but not strain everything to the limits of capacity. Let me get the two negatives out of the way first because they’re relatively small given the cruise overall. First, as another reviewer said, the muster drill was ridiculously long. We sat in the photo gallery (our assembly point) for nearly an hour. They really need to correct that. The only reason it got seriously annoying at the time was because the City of Trieste was making a big splash over this maiden departure and we almost missed some of the sail-away. They need to get the muster drill down to normal times or passengers are going to get angry. Second, the first night lining up for the main, set-time dining room was kind of a traffic disaster. We had second seating so perhaps the first wave didn’t leave when they were supposed to and caused the traffic jam, but the entry area to the dining room is much too small and turned into a sardine can for 75 people. People got very crabby and the traffic flow was badly handled. Our room cards also listed a dining room that didn’t exist on Majestic Princess – the Pacific Moon, which is on Diamond Princess I think. Oh well, it’s a preview cruise to work out the bugs. By the second night they had it pretty much squared away. Well okay, here’s kind of a third negative. We were a party of four (in two mini-suites on Deck 15). When we booked weeks prior we asked for traditional, late seating, table for eight because to us meeting new people is part of the fun of cruising. Shortly before dinner we got a letter in our rooms telling us the assignment had been changed to a table of four. It all worked out because our table for four was placed very close to another table of four with two delightful British couples and we hit it off very well. That was a stroke of good luck, but had we not gotten lucky, sitting by ourselves at dinner every night would have been very disappointing. Okay, on to the good stuff. The ship was beautiful. Pristine clean, our room had never been used, everything was brand new and smelled brand new. The ship was so new they didn’t have time to clean the serial number markers off the panes of glass on our balconies (they wiped off with a damp cloth, no big deal, in fact it was kind of cool and we took a photo). We had rooms 409 and 411 on Deck 15, the Marina Deck. Those are mini-suite rooms with larger, angled balconies, starboard side, directly under the Skywalk. At first I thought they made a horrible design mistake and no woman should ever walk the Skywalk with a skirt on, but the design angle and the frosted portions of the glass floor avoided any “indiscreet” scenery looking upward from our balcony to the Skywalk. It was a little noisy though, with the occasional scream as people reacted to looking through the glass floor to the water far below, but sliding our door closed sealed out the noise. The booking information online said the 409/411 balconies could not be joined, but that wasn’t true. It does take a special key/wrench to open the balcony divider, but Joseph our cabin steward opened the divider for us and our travel companions and my wife and I shared our two large balconies the whole time. The bathroom was convenient and worked well. Excellent shower volume and pressure. The room color and décor was very nice, reminded me a little of the Queen Mary 2. USB ports next to the bed. US electrical outlets were available. Deck 16 is food and pools, so Deck 15 was a very convenient place to be. It was one of the nicest rooms we’ve ever had. Check-in and boarding was easy, took about 20 minutes overall. The City of Trieste made a huge splash for the departure. A large band played on a balcony of the cruise terminal, they shot off a huge array of daytime fireworks, it looked like a couple thousand people lined the pier and waterfront to wave the ship goodbye, and two really commercial marine fireboats shot water geysers into the air. Bands on board were playing, the water jet and light display on Deck 16 was shooting, Chinese acrobats were performing – and the ship’s horn played the first few notes from the Love Boat television theme. Maybe that’s something other Princess ships can do lately too, but we had never heard a Princess ship do that before. Yes, it was kind of cheesy but still great fun. The sail-away was just a blast. The buffet food on Deck 16 was very good in every way. Even the regular coffee was tolerable, and of course cruise ship coffee is usually dreadful, except for the coffee bars at an extra charge. Our evening meals in the dining room were excellent every single night, and our two servers were delightful. Funny, friendly, highly competent, and gave us very good recommendations every night. Despite the automatic gratuity the cruise lines added some years ago, we still follow the old habit of giving tip envelopes on the last night, and our dining room servers were worth every penny of the extra tips. The dining room meals were top notch. Unlike many other ships we’ve been on, Majestic Princess uses the main atrium as an additional performance and gathering space every evening. Between dinner and other activities and the fun in the main atrium, we never had time to see any of the theater shows. They had live music and dancing in the atrium every night and one night they had a huge balloon drop (1200 balloons?). It was classy, pretty, energetic, and we had a great time in every way. I don’t know why other ships don’t use their grand central space the same way. It’s a beautiful thing to see all the glittering, dancing people under the glass art pieces and chandeliers from the marble staircases and tiers above. Some random notes: One of our favorite spaces was the lounge at the Crown Grille, kind of Princess’ version of a Morton’s Steakhouse with lots of mahogany. The lounge ensemble (vocal, piano, sax, drums, bass and occasional flute) was very good, we really enjoyed it. Another favorite spot was as far aft as you can go on Deck 7, to watch the wake. You can’t walk all the way around the aft end to the other side, but either starboard or port aft, it’s a beautiful view. Beautiful spot. The “Wake View Bar” on Deck 16 was also a beautiful spot. On other ships the constant photo-taking by ship’s staff to sell you pictures can be annoying, but that was never an issue on Majestic. Majestic does have an internet room (three terminals) and “library” but the library is tiny. I have more books at home and I’m not Bill Gates, but then with tablets maybe paper books are largely obsolete, even at sea. Internet service is ridiculously slow and expensive as usual, but what else is new. Except for a once-daily email check, we try to unplug on cruises. Port of call – the only one we had was Kotor/Montenegro. The dawn sail into the fjord was spectacular, just thrilling. If you ever sail into Kotor at the crack of dawn, set your alarm clock and go up on deck, it’s not to be missed in life. The city – well, it was interesting. We also took a shore excursion to the ancient seaside town of Budva. That too was interesting. The sales people (almost all young women) in Kotor did get a little pushy, but oh well. You did still get a subtle vibe that Montenegro had been hammered by very hard times, but they’re gradually recovering. We were on board for four days and still didn’t see the whole ship, even though we purposely explored a lot. It was a great pleasure. I thought I was an exclusive Cunard snob lately, but Princess did so well on the Majestic that Princess is a very close contender now. We had a great time. P.S. I don’t think the other reviewer who mentioned a fall and death on the preview voyage was correct. We did hear a medical alert call once during the cruise, but we saw nothing in the news or the online cruise-death reporting sites about a fatal accident. Last note, do the cruise line's transfer from Civitavecchia. We tried to save a few dollars and do our down thing, but by the time we got through with the hassle and expense of two bus trips (dockside, to the marine terminal bus station, to the train station, then the train, then a cab from Rome's Termini station to the hotel), we actually spent more than Princess was charging for the transfers. Read Less
Majestic Princess Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.5 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 3.0 0.0
Service 4.5 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0

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