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Sun Princess Review

3.5 / 5.0
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538 reviews

Very Good Sun Princess Cruise to Tasmania

Review for Sun Princess to Australia & New Zealand
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6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Feb 2019
Cabin: Balcony
50th Wedding Anniversary Cabin Door sign card.
Sun Princess pool area.
Sail away from Sydney, part time.

50th Wedding Anniversary, 2nd time on Sun Princess, last sailed around N.Z. 2015, just love the size of this ship, great staff, wonderful Theatre Shows, great entertainment, Food always great, lots of Bars, International Cafe our favourite, early morning or late evening Coffee, or Hot chocolate, just a great place to meet new found friends. Great entertainment around the ship, in the many Bar areas. Crooners and Wheelhouse are great meeting places, live entertainment, supported by the Band, Duos, Piano and Guitarist along with the Sting duets playing great Melodies around the ship. The last night Show case of Bravo was a standing Ovation of total live Production. Dinning Room each evening was a great experience, wonderful guests, from Canada and all over Australia, We we entertained extremely well, singing waiters, along with lovely food, we celebrated our Anniversary around the table, were made to feel excited, special, as others applauded, yes a very special Memory at Sea for us, thanks so much.

Cabin Review


Cabin BA

Excellent kept our cabin very clean, as it was like his own, great personality, always smiling, very passionate about his Family back home, along with his job with Princess.

Port Reviews


We went to Hellers Distillery, whisky house, had lunch, after sight seeing around the rugged coast, with local family who live here.


We walked around the Harbour and visited the City.

Port Arthur

We were dissatisfied with the Behind the Scenes tour presented by the ship, @$160 each was very disappointing, we spent too much time in doors, talking about some history of past Prison Officials. The first part of the walk around was very good, but the talk fest didn't allow time to explore, this Historic Site, time was limited as we got off the ship at 10 am, then had to be back at 2.30pm for tenders back to the ship. The site was very well presented, lots to see, this was to be a highlite of our Cruise. Those who just walked around with a guide, which cost a lot less money', did get to see a lot more. Yes well worth seeing this Historic Site, means a lot to many Australian and overseas visitors.

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