Alaska - Northbound with Land Tour
We left Vancouver on Aug. 20 on the Coral Princess along with 8 days on the land tour. My husband is 62 and I am 59, and we were on the younger side. We decided on anytime dining and that worked out well for us. I would say the only downside of anytime dining is that if you eat dinner every night with different people, your conversations are basically the same every night.
My husband and I enjoyed the cruise very much. The entertainment was very good every night. Sarge was the comedian and he put on 3 different shows, all different, and all funny. He was not only a comedian, but he was also a talented musician and singer. The hypnosis that also put on a good show, but the audience played a big part, so that show depends on the audience. We lucked out on a great audience. Sami Baker was the cruise director and she did a great job of keeping things going. The singer and dancers were good and all shows were different also.
E510 was centrally located. The room was larger than some cruises I have been on. The closed was large enough both of us with space to spare. The bathroom was small, but they all are on cruises. It also was very quiet.