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Island Princess Review

Island Princess - Pacific Coastal

Review for British Columbia Cruise on Island Princess

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Sail Date: Mar 2004
Cabin: Balcony

 We traveled in a group of 5 couples in their 40's and 50's who enjoyed balconies on a variety of floors. One couple on the Aloha deck reported noise from the pool area during early morning staff preparations. Rooms were small, but comfortable--some balconies are open above--bathrooms, especially the showers are tiny.

The cruise staff were extremely friendly and competent--great service especially in the food areas. Ask and you shall receive--extra entrees, special desserts, mix and match dinners--very accomadating. We experienced "anytime dining" and shopped for a waiter we liked and then settled in and made reservations for the same table each night at a variety of times to suit our schedule.

The food was above average, the salads were uninspired, but the seafood and beef were excellent. Sabatini's served a sampler of every item on the menu which ended up being too much food--we noticed that this restaurant seemed empty the second half of the cruise. Worth trying, but be hungary when you go.

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