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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1719 reviews
18 Awards

The consant cold air conditioning and warmer areas made for many sick people

Review for Regal Princess to Transatlantic
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2019
Cabin: Balcony

1. When we left Scandic hotel in Copenhagen we asked a Princess rep in the hotel how to buy a ticket for a shuttle to the airport. She rudely said we hadn’t pre-booked one so to “find your own way there”. The taxi cost about 250 Danish crowns.

2. We lined up in the priority boarding line up and it was much slower than the regular line because so few non-platinum people were embarking. A waste of time.

3. The check-in woman kept my Canadian passport with no indication when I would get it back other than “sometime later today”. That was not true since the ship keeps my Canadian passport during the cruise in case we enter a non-Canadian country.

Cabin Review


Cabin BC

Excellent room attendant. Small bathroom and balcony.

Port Reviews


A very expensive city for dining and hotels.

Greenock (Glasgow)

We took a bus tour and all along the route trees were growing on both sides of the road. Seeing anything was virtually impossible 90% of the time.

Cobh (Cork)

Very friendly people and many historical sites.


Wonderful scenery and good exercise climbing the smooth rocks.

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