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Sapphire Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Not as pleased on this voyage.

Review for Sapphire Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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Brujomar
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2014
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We had spent a glorious 28 days on Sapphire Princess last Oct/Nov cruising to Hawaii and the South Pacific R/T, so when we got a good deal on the 10 day Mexico Baja/Riviera cruise along with some friends, we jumped on it. We found this voyage to be much less impressive than our previous.

Noticeable differences: Stateroom tv had been transformed from a smaller 21" flat screen to a large 36" (I think as I didn't measure it) flat screen. Nice!...BUT, halfway through the cruise, technical staff converted the cable to a new 'internet based' television system, with some of the same channels...news, bridge cam, etc...plus a channel for order on demand movies....no charge.

How wonderful? you say......me too....now, I don't go on a cruise to spend much time watching tv in my stateroom, BUT, I do like having a little news update or music or catch a late movie as I fall asleep.

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