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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1908 reviews
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Can't Wait to Go Again For the Third Time!

Review for Ruby Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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kellylux
2-5 Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Jan 2019
Cabin: Interior

The safety drill at the beginning of the cruise was supppper easy. All we had to do was go to our designated muster drill area, scan our key card, and sit down. We no longer have to bring our life jackets. 

Pros:

- Food! My first time attending this cruise back in 2017, I honestly couldn't find anything I liked in the main dining room ("MDR"). But I can confidently say, I loved every dish I ate this time around. Since I have a huge sweet tooth, my favorite thing to eat was creme bruele and their pistachio pudding (and I normally hate pistachio pudding). My favorite thing to eat in the MDR and the buffet was the fish cabob. 

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Interior

Cabin IC

A+. No complaints.

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