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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1690 reviews
18 Awards

Scandinavia & St Petersburg

Review for Regal Princess to the Eastern Mediterranean
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2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2015
Cabin: Balcony

The Regal is a large Ship but does not feel crowded. The Service, Food and Shows performed by the Cruise Dancers and Singers were all exceptional. A Top tip is to get your own Visa for St Petersburg and stay the night in a Hotel as it works out about the same as a Tour but you have the freedom of the City for 2 whole days. For those planning to download films prior to going an excellent service is the free movies.

The one and only thing that lets this cruise down is a steady stream of sales pitches. I do appreciate that they are in it to make money and the staff pitching may get extra Commisions but if things were offered at a more reasonable rate without the push they may get more takers. That to one side this was our 10th Wedding Anniversary and I can only say that from Embarkation to flying home it was a breeze and that was down to outstanding staff throughout the Ship. A special mention has to go to the standard of food in every area o=f the Ship the Leadership in the kitchen must be immense.

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Cabin BE

Good Cabin advertised as Obstructed but View was ok just the end of a life boat. Nice size and everything as you would want

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