Diamond Princess Review

Nice relaxing cruise

Review for Asia Cruise on Diamond Princess
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Balcony

We booked last minute as the cruise was a great price.

We had 4 days in Tokyo before the cruise.The weather was very hot and humid but it was good to leave our winter behind for a couple of weeks.we boarded the ship very smoothly only took about 10 minutes.Our balcony cabin was a nice size and very clean.We missed a port and the fireworks were cancelled due to the typhoon.We were given a future cruise deposit off booking another cruise by nov 2020, a nice gesture from princess.

We did our own exploring and found it easy to get around and the Japanese people are helpful and courteousThe highlight for us was Miyazaki(aburatsu) We got the local bus from the bus station where the shuttle had dropped us Went to Obi castle So much to see coy-carp swimming along the storm water channel we also visited 7 museums all in the same area,it was very peaceful and hardly any tourists.The ship was very nice ,food in both restaurant and horizon was mostly good.We went to the crab shack which was very good.All the crew were great especially our cabin Stewart Silawan.our room was lovely and clean and she kept it nice for the whole cruise.Found the princess shuttles quite pricey.would have been better to pay per couple not pp.

Cabin Review


Cabin BB

Very nice and clean and loved the comfy bed.

The room layout was good liked the Tv on the wall.

Port Reviews

Tokyo (Yokohama)

We went to Yokohama before the cruise and spent a few hours in china town.


We got the tram ,went to the peace park and bomb site museum.

Also Glover house.over looks the port great day out.

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