Royal Princess Cruise Review by angelprincess
- Sail Date: January 2018
- Destination: Eastern Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony
Next to St. Thomas. Took taxi to Red Hook to get aboard the Ferry over to Trunk Bay for swimming and snorkeling. Worth every penny.
St. Kitts, tour of the Island and on to Raggae Beach. Raggae Beach, not so nice.
St. Lucia, tour for 6.5 hours with Cosol. Waterfall, mud bath, fast boat to snorkeling at Sugar bay, and tasted local food.
Antigua and Barbados. Our favorite was Barbados and Carlisle Beach.
First time for a mini-Suite on Princess and it was wonderful.
Comedians, ok. Princess dancers and singers great, especially the Opera.
The Atruim was lovely and always something going on.
The stewart was prompt and the room always cleaned.
The Retreat pool was wonderful and adult only.
Disembarkation, a nightmare.
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AntiguaSwimming with the stringray's was fun. The snorkeling, not so good.View All 11,576 Antigua Cruise Port Reviews
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Island Tour$25.00 pp for 3 hours viewing the island and tour guide talked about the price of everything. When we arrived at the port, wanted to go downtown to shop and go to the local beach. Another $15.00 for that. Beach was well worth the price we paid. Carlisle Beach. Beautiful clear water with plentiful water activities and tours galore. Absolutely breathtaking beach!! Beach chairs and umbrellas for rental.View All 120 Island Tour Reviews
BeachIt was $20.00 per person to go to a beach. The beach was down a very rocky road and was a bit deserted. There was old beach chairs and dirty tables. A nice beach bar and drinks. The water was clear but a bit rocky and steep getting in. Great drink: Mango Colada. The tour there was fine.View All 127 Beach Reviews
SnorkelingThe snorkeling was terrible. Not much to see. Would never go back!View All 67 Snorkeling Reviews
Island TourOur 6.5 hour tour was great. Saw most of the Island, went to a waterfall, ate the local food, took a fast boat to Sugar beach to snorkle, (watch out for the strong current), sulfa mud bath and rum punch. The tour guide was a ex police and Military guy, so felt very safe with him. Would recommend this for everyone.View All 232 Island Tour Reviews
SnorkelingSugar Beach. It was full of tropical fish but PLEASE be careful when going to far from the beach, even though the area is roped off, The Current Is Very Strong. Unless you have fins, don't go out to far and if your a strong swimmer, you'll be fine. Otherwise, get a life jacket.View All 53 Snorkeling Reviews
Sulphur Springs Mud BathIt was just ok. Soft skin, just pretty messy.View All 43 Sulphur Springs Mud Bath Reviews
St. ThomasChoice to go on our own. Took a taxi from the port in St. Thomas to catch the Ferry to Trunk Bay for snorkeling and swimming. It was beautiful.View All 4,518 St. Thomas Cruise Port Reviews
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