Royal Princess Review

Great cruise marred by late and chaotic disembarkation

Review for South America Cruise on Royal Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2019
Cabin: Interior

We chose to do the 19 day cruise from Fort Lauderdale to Buenos Aires because of the variety of ports - 4 in the Caribbean and 5 in South America. The ship was continuing on after Buenos Aires for another 14 days to Santiago Chile and then to Los Angeles. The bulk of the passengers were travelling the full 49 days from Fort Lauderdale to LA. More than 2/3 of the ship were Princess Elite passengers. The average age was probably mid 70s - and only 12 children on our portion of the cruise.


We had an inside cabin on deck 12 which while not huge worked well for us. Denys our cabin steward did a fantastic job taking care of the cabin.

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Cabin IB

Cabin was smaller than what we have had in the past but it was fine with good storage.

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