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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Loved the Baltic cruise

Review for Regal Princess to the Baltic Sea
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
Cabin: Mini-Suite with Balcony

We sailed on the Regal Princess for the Baltic Cruise. We love the Regal. Even though the ship has a lot of passengers, it never felt crowded. We had a mini suite on the Lido deck, as we like the little rocking at night, but atlas the seas were so smooth, there was no rocking.

The Regal uses the Medallion. Embarkation took under 5 minutes and your cabin door opens as you move towards it. We didn’t have any issues with the medallion and can’t wait till all the ships use this technology.

We had early dining which worked at fine for us. The food was fine, and they even made me some dishes to eat, when the menu didn’t have anything on it I could eat. Our servers were so fantastic it was such a pleasure to go to dinner.

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Mini-Suite with Balcony

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We usually do the mini suite due to the extra room and larger bathroom. I like having a sitting area as we do use our cabin to either sit on the balcony or just relax. Well maintained cabin.

Port Reviews


We have been to Copenhagen before and we spent 4 days here before the cruise. Take the HOHO bus and you can see almost everything. We stay at the Marriott and the bus stops right in front of the hotel. Go to Nyahyn for wonderful food and a great time.


Our guide was a history teacher and he had so much information about Sweden and the Rui stones.


Went to the Rock church and the Senate square. Beautiful city.


This is a town where we took the HOHO bus and were able to see a lot,of the area. The medieval part of Tallinn was enchanting. I loved walking around the area, speaking to the locals and having lunch at an outdoor cafe. This town ranks right up there like Copenhagen.

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