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Royal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Review for Royal Princess to Canada & New England
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Careena
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2014
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

Embarking was a pleasure!! Quick & room ready! The ship is beautiful and nicely designed. The dining rooms were center so the walk from dinner to the show was shorter than other ships that have the dining room aft. The theatre is small compared to other lines, so it fills quite early.The shows were good with great special effects in the special ones. The cooking show was the best ever - not to be missed! The sky walk was unique, but very slippery when wet, which was most of the time. Food was good with a nice variety in the dining room as well as the buffet. Service was always good. The other options were the International Cafe - great! & the pizza parlor - great & a favorite!! The 2 tender ports in New England were no problem and the time to go to and fro was quick.The TV stations really need to be more people friendly with "normal" shows & not all varities of just news shows. I enjoyed this ship and wish it would depart from NY/NJ to the Carribbean! I miss sailing Princess from this area to the islands!

Cabin Review

Deluxe Balcony

Cabin D4

The balcony cabin was the same size & layout as other ships - queen bed, desk, chair, small sofa & regular ship size bathroom with the normal layout. The room was quiet and comfortable & you can adjust your own heat/coolness. It had a large TV hanging on the wall, however it was only showing various news progams for normal tv but had selections for movies etc that you could choose from. Our balcony was larger because it was angled to conform with the shape of the ship.

Port Reviews

Newport

It was a nice tour but when you see one mansion, you have seen them all. Didn't need to see the same homes by land then by sea. It was a slow tour overall and not all that interesting. The tour guide was good, but there isn't much to really talk about during the trip. The exciting part was the many dolphins (50?) that were unexpectedly in the bay and swam & jumped around our boat & seemed to enjoy the attention. The captain said it was unusual to see that many in the bay this time of year (Oct.) I was glad I was in the right place at the right time!

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