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This was our first cruise to Canada and New England. Embarkation was an absolute shambles. Apparently because of a coast guard inspection but since the ship had freshly arrived from Europe this should have been envisaged. Ship itself is in great condition and can not really be faulted. Entertainment was the poorest ive seen on my 8 princess cruises so far. Comedian was not funny and just repeatedly switched between english and spanish. Singer was lou gazarra who had a decent voice but was on on two nights (1 would have sufficed). Production shows first one had to be rescheduled and a later one also ran into technical difficulties causing a delay. The club was dead due to the demographic onboard this time of year. Food in the buffet was good in my opinion as was the main dining room although not blessed with a great choice in the dining room. Two ports had tenders which were incredibly slow probably again due to the elderly demographic. Ive seen others mention medallion class being below par. I am below 30 and technologically savvy so i found it a dream. Wifi was by miles the best at sea i have experienced. Obviously if you are not tech adept then you may struggle but i love the program

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Regal Princess Cruise Review by josh80

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This was our first cruise to Canada and New England. Embarkation was an absolute shambles. Apparently because of a coast guard inspection but since the ship had freshly arrived from Europe this should have been envisaged.

Ship itself is in great condition and can not really be faulted. Entertainment was the poorest ive seen on my 8 princess cruises so far. Comedian was not funny and just repeatedly switched between english and spanish. Singer was lou gazarra who had a decent voice but was on on two nights (1 would have sufficed). Production shows first one had to be rescheduled and a later one also ran into technical difficulties causing a delay. The club was dead due to the demographic onboard this time of year.

Food in the buffet was good in my opinion as was the main dining room although not blessed with a great choice in the dining room.

Two ports had tenders which were incredibly slow probably again due to the elderly demographic.

Ive seen others mention medallion class being below par. I am below 30 and technologically savvy so i found it a dream. Wifi was by miles the best at sea i have experienced. Obviously if you are not tech adept then you may struggle but i love the program
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