Caribbean Princess Cruise Review by RussAL
- Sail Date: March 2018
- Destination: Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Interior
Itinerary was the prime motivator along with a relatively recent renovation. Renovation did not mean that the storage drawer tracks were in good working order however. The wear and tear was evident though overall service, Princess Entertainment, the International Cafe (food and service) and the dining room service were standouts.
For our needs, more time at sea would have been appreciated. Two new ports this trip, Martinique and Trinidad. Each is really a city and not a vacation destination for cruises. Watch for your valuables as there are those who can pick a pocket with the best of them on the two new venues. (US$257)
Three (or so) if the islands do not use US$ (Euros and Eastie's-Eastern Caribbean Currency) so if you need to buy anything on shore convert your money ahead of time.
Watch for the washers and dryers ($3 per machine). On Baja they deposited grease and other undetermined substances on our clothes. Half the clothes were damaged and are now "yard wear." Others had better luck elsewhere.
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The cabin was otherwise a bit worn and threadbare.