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Royal Princess Review

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Whisky Tour

Review for Royal Princess to the British Isles & Western Europe
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2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

Whilst porting Invergorden we decided to try a day of whiskey tours. We contacted a local company DM Executive as a private tour, and we were not disappointed! Our driver Daniel was extremely knowledgable and passionate about Scotland, and it's whiskey. We started at Clynelish, made our way to Balblair and eventually finishing the day at the famous Glenmorangie. When booking a Whisky tour, look no further than DM Executive and your day will be one to remember.

We chose this cruise based on itinerary: we wanted to visit Scotland and Northern Ireland. We enjoyed those ports immensely, and wished we had several days to spend at each!

The ship was beautiful, our mini-suite was very comfortable, and service was outstanding. We had "club class dining" due to our selection of a mid-ship mini-suite, and it was very nice: we never had to wait for a seat, and the waitstaff knew our names and preferences by the first day. There was always a special main course offered in club class (not on the regular menu); twice it was lobster, other times tuna steak or beef steaks.

Cabin Review

Deluxe Balcony

Cabin DZ

Not much of an obstruction, room very nice and room, good location, Shower was small

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