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Crown Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Crown Princess March 9, 2013 Family Suite

Review for Crown Princess to the Western Caribbean
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dforeigner
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Mar 2013
Cabin: Family Suite with Balcony
Traveled with children

This review is based on my objective opinion and observations.

We try to take one cruise a year. The last time we sailed on board Princess was in 2010. In 2011 we sailed with Celebrity. Last year we opted for a land vacation by renting a Class A RV for 15 days. We are a family of four and brought along my Mother.

I do most of the planning when it comes to vacations. The wife is rather busy with school and the house hold. I have a confession to make. We booked a mini suite on the Emerald deck E730. Yes the one with the extended balcony. And an inside room D720. In order to have the same Muster Station, and not wanting to lose our coveted covered extended balcony, I requested do not upgrade. On March 6, I received a voice mail from our TA. I called her back and she informed me that we had been upgraded to a family suite. Initially my heart sunk as I did not want to be apart from the other room. Our TA informed us that we were now assigned rooms D106 and D102. OK, now I am cool about most of it although I heard people complaining about how windy it is out on the balcony. I also debated on whether to inform the wife that our room assignment changes.

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Family Suite with Balcony

Cabin S8
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