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Diamond Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Diamond Princess - Pacific Coastal

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critterchick
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2007
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Diamond Princess Diaries

Well, this isn't much of a diary, as I wrote most of it while waiting to disembark from the Diamond Princess after a terrific coastal repositioning cruise from Los Angeles to Vancouver. The executive summary: this ship redeemed Princess for us after two slightly disappointing experiences on the Island and Sun Princesses. With a few rare exceptions, the service onboard was outstanding. The ship was mostly clean as a whistle, the food and beverage service was very good and the activities that we managed to participate in were very good as well.

Embarkation A breeze. The Diamond was alone at the Port of Los Angeles, so we had Pier 93, the modern facility. We checked in at about 12:45, using the Platinum/Elite/Suites line. It was very quick to check in, and the line for security moved quickly. Having enough embarkation pictures to last a lifetime, we skipped that line (only 1 or two parties in it, anyway), and stepped onboard at 1:15.

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