Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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PowerCon of Denmark's EPIC fail with ship power

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DaveCutie
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Balcony

This Ship is nice and well maintained. There always seemed to be someone out painting on the top decks and i never did see garbage or any dirty dishes about.

WARNING: We did have a huge setback however with Princess deciding to be the first ship to hook up to shore power in Norway. This caused our ship to have a power outage and fry some of the ships systems. As such we did not leave port until late, which caused our travel time to Scotland to be extensive. We where unable to do our excursion in Scottland that we book with Princess, who did not offer much assistance to rebook, often advising "sorry we are full" as we where not one of the first people to rebook. You would assume that since our tour bus was booked for our excursion, there would be enough busses to book the shorter excursions.

PowerCon of Denmark supplied the equipment for the shore power which caused the power outage.

Cabin Review

Balcony

Cabin BB

Our cabin was nice and clean with a good view deck. I have seens posts about decks being small, but since im not going out on it to Tango, I feel its an ample size to sit and have a morning coffee or night time cocktail.

Port Reviews

Helsinki

Did not know what to expect form here, but turned into one of our favourite ports.

Everyone in this city was extremely nice and very smartly dressed.

Great cafes to just sit and watch people

Copenhagen

Hop-On-Hop-Off was great here

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