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Island Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1142 reviews
15 Awards

Bucket list to be repeated!

Review for Island Princess to Alaska
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Balcony
Up close and personal in Glacier Bay!
Calmly cruising from Glacier Bay.

We absolutely recommend this cruise! This cruise was on our bucket list and now we want to repeat it! The scenery was breathtaking! Glaciers, mountain ranges, whales... Alaska is a wilderness to be preserved and enjoyed for generations! It is a vast wonderland everyone should experience. The ship and its crew exceeded our expectations. We were pampered and treated with respect by everyone. The food was phenomenal and abundant. Formal dinners (2) if you desired, casual dinners, and of course, the ever popular buffet with panoramic views out the front of the ship. Food in all dining venues was top notch - including escargot (my first), lobster, king crab and salmon! Prepared by a superb chef! Even the pizza and deck grill were enjoyed! Not a detail was overlooked. Onboard activities were very organized and abundant, ranging from naturalist presentations, comedians, wildlife photographer, Photography lessons, behind the scenes tour of the Kitchen (very cool), movies under the stars, dancing lessons.... Something for everyone! Food, cabin, service and scenery was exceptional! Highly recommend!

Cabin Review


Cabin BA

Beautifully appointed. Seemed roomy to us. Did not feel cramped. Bed was very comfortable. Lots of space to hang clothes and store personal items.

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