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There were countless activities and entertainment options - and all of the highest quality. Definitely arrive 30 minutes early for the evening shows in order to get a seat. The performances are exceptional. I have celiac disease (gluten allergy) and the staff went above and beyond to make sure I had many delicious options. Each evening at dinner Valentin showed me the menu for the next evening so that I could make my choices and the kitchen staff would be able to custom prepare anything on the menu. Our waiters were Marco, who was professional and pleasant, and Eugeniu, who was also impressively professional but also hilarious. He had us laughing hard at every meal. We did an excursion at each of the ports. The only one we wouldn’t recommend was the Fury catamaran and snorkeling tour. There were over 100 people on the catamaran, which was fine as there was lots of room. But during snorkeling the crew worked hard to keep everyone together in a small area (for safety reasons) so I usually had someone’s flippers or body parts in my face as I was trying to see fish and the reef. Other people seemed to enjoy the experience so it may just be me (and my husband) who were bothered. But next time I would look for a company that brings much smaller groups.

Fabulous!

Regal Princess Cruise Review by JenPossible

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: January 2019
  • Destination: Caribbean
  • Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite with Balcony
There were countless activities and entertainment options - and all of the highest quality. Definitely arrive 30 minutes early for the evening shows in order to get a seat. The performances are exceptional.

I have celiac disease (gluten allergy) and the staff went above and beyond to make sure I had many delicious options. Each evening at dinner Valentin showed me the menu for the next evening so that I could make my choices and the kitchen staff would be able to custom prepare anything on the menu. Our waiters were Marco, who was professional and pleasant, and Eugeniu, who was also impressively professional but also hilarious. He had us laughing hard at every meal.

We did an excursion at each of the ports. The only one we wouldn’t recommend was the Fury catamaran and snorkeling tour. There were over 100 people on the catamaran, which was fine as there was lots of room. But during snorkeling the crew worked hard to keep everyone together in a small area (for safety reasons) so I usually had someone’s flippers or body parts in my face as I was trying to see fish and the reef. Other people seemed to enjoy the experience so it may just be me (and my husband) who were bothered. But next time I would look for a company that brings much smaller groups.
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Cabin Review

Penthouse Suite with Balcony
Cabin S3 R731
This cabin is worth the extra money. The balcony is enormous and wraps around the side of the ship. There are two sets of sliding doors - one from the living area and the other from the bedroom. The cabin steward, Nicola, was impeccable. He was professional, friendly and anticipated our every need. The cabin comes with suite perks such as access to the concierge lounge, access to the VIP lounge, club class dining, priority disembarkation with tenders, and more.
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