Regal Princess Review


Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Regal Princess
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

We choose this cruise because we were told that it would be a Medallion cruise. Unfortunately we were not told that to be Medallion only applied to select rooms. This was doubly disappointing relative to the fact that we booked with a Princess agent who did not know or did not tell us that the room that we selected was not included in the Medallion section of the cruise. In my opinion Princess could greatly improve on the visibility of the Medallion program and it's administration of the program.

The cruise itself was great, we enjoyed every port with the exception of Tallinn and only because Tallinn was so over crowd that you could not get around the city easily.

We had a two day excursion in St Petersburg which we booked outside of Princess with a company called SPB. Later we discovered that SPB served several of the ports. I would suggest that if you take the Baltic cruise I would look at SPB excursions in the ports of call that they serve. The argument about getting back to ship was mut insomuch as the excursions we were on were very cognizant of the timing and went out of their was to assure that you get back to the ship in a timely matter.

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Deluxe Balcony

Cabin D4

We love being at the aft of the ship. The view on the long crews out of Stockholm was sensational being able to see both side of the exit. It was convenient to the adult pool area and the horizon eating facility. The balcony size is substantial by any ships standard.

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