Emerald Princess Review

Repetitive Food and Poor Entertainment

Review for Trans-Ocean Cruise on Emerald Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2016
Cabin: Balcony

The repositioning cruise was chosen because it seemed to be well priced and was a nice way of returning to Australia. The ports were an annoying interlude between the sea days.

No bridge Director on board yet lots of sea days. Sorry Princess now sailing on Cunard.

On the previous leg the Cruise Director told the bridge Director they could take all the equipment if they wanted as they were not doing bridge anymore.

Cabin Review


Cabin BE

Up to usual standard.

Towels were small and thin so we took pool towels to our cabin.

TV was woeful as to watch a movie you had to wait for it to start. Holland America and Cunard have intewreactive TV just like an airplane.

In undated to junk mail selling spa treatments and art work. What a waste of paper. Why not send message via a modern TV system?

Port Reviews

Perth (Fremantle)

It was great to get to a clean friendly port where you were not harassed by petty criminals or sellers.

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