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Coral Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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978 reviews
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Not for young adults

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska
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2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jun 2019
Cabin: Balcony

Five travelers ages 58,57,56,22,21. Enjoyed the ports in Alaska and the accommodations were perfect (balcony/suite). There were few activities during the day (unless you like trivia) and the evening entertainment did not meet our expectations; no karoke, no dance club, productions were less than average and the comedy shows are not offered nightly and not very good either. Cruise ship seemed like a ghost town after 10pm. No late night dining or snack options. Somewhat disappointing for our young adult daughters. Poor service every night in dining room; took on average 20 minutes to get drinks and another 20 minutes to be served. The food was tastier at the buffet than at dinner. Our 21 and 22 year old daughters were disappointed in the age of the crowd cruising on the Coral Princess. Not sure if this is the case on every Alaska cruise line, but if you're looking for entertainment for the young adults, you might consider another cruise line. If you want to see Salmon, wait until July or August.

Cabin Review


Cabin BF

Excellent, spacious for 3 of us. Large balcony. Bathtub was a bonus, but not necessary.

Port Reviews


Took free shuttle around Ketchikan and saw the totem pole museum and Creek street.

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