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Emerald Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Six amazing days and then there was Livorno.

Review for Emerald Princess to the Mediterranean
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JAVT
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Jun 2019
Cabin: Balcony
Traveled with children

On the whole this was a fantastic cruise. Gibraltar, Marseille, Genova, and even Pisa (once you manage to leave the port of Livorno) were all fantastic. I can highly recommend the itinerary.

Buffet areas were busy but we always managed to find a table for the four of us. Food was good, generally no complaints, although they were running out of basics like honey and muesli by day 5 and the watermelon were past their ‘use by date’ by then. Waiting staff were great, all of them although I could hear a rather heated work discussion from the ‘kitchen’ area which was a bit awkward.

We embarked straight after our flight in Barcelona at 2 p.m. planning to head out to the city afterwards. This plan fell through because we were told we had to attend the safety demonstration at 5 p.m. with all the usual threats about not attending. They didn’t tell us there would be a second safety demo at night, which would have suited our plans much better. So we missed out on Barcelona.

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Balcony

Cabin BB

Cabin was clean and the beds felt new and comfortable. The two extra bunk beds were on the small side for an adult. If you are taller than 170 cm, you will be sleeping in a slightly foetal position. This is an issue for families with kids who are still too young (

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