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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Too Big

Review for Regal Princess to the Baltic Sea
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Spudsmack
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2017
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony
St Petersburg- Peterhoff
Copenhagen
Outdoor water show

Took a chance on this Baltic cruise based on itinerary and calander, we've sailed on Princess before and wanted to see what the larger ships had to offer...going smaller next time. The large ships definitely have the glitz and glam but miss the personal feel we experience on Oceania and Windstar.

Embarkation was a breeze taking all of 60 seconds. Gettting on in Warnemunde is easy when 90% of the ship is getting on in Copenhagen. Getting to the port is a bit tricky as Princess will only transport from the Berlin airport and not hotels downtown. Ended up with private transportation.

The ship is BIG and our stateroom on the aft on Aloha 737. Was led to believe the aft staterooms have larger decks, this is not the case on Aloha but true for the decks above and below, felt like A bit of bait and switch. That said the room steward took care of everything and did not experience any issues with soot on the deck as some have. Do like sleeping with the slider door open and did have a couple of time needing to close the door for exhaust smell.

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Deluxe Balcony

Cabin D4

The ship is BIG and our stateroom on the aft on Aloha 737. Was led to believe the aft staterooms have larger decks, this is not the case on Aloha but true for the decks above and below, felt like A bit of bait and switch. That said the room steward took care of everything and did not experience any issues with soot on the deck as some have. Do like sleeping with the slider door open and did have a couple of time needing to close the door for exhaust smell.

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