Caribbean Princess Review

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Review for the Southern Caribbean Cruise on Caribbean Princess
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Apr 2010
Cabin: Balcony

Classic Southern Caribbean Cruise on Caribbean Princess April 18-25, 2010(Sunday-Sunday)

Embarkation Took the Princess transfer bus $28 roundtrip per person. The Princess reps were right in the baggage claim area and even had a stapler to attach the at home printed luggage tag. (the tag made it to our room intact; no problem) From the time getting on the bus to arriving in the cabin was less than 1 hr. (12:45pm-1:30pm) so very efficient and easy. Our emergency "muster drill" was at 6pm with an 11pm sailaway. We left from The Pan American pier in San Juan and docked starboard side.

Cabin We had room steward Geovanni from the Philippines. He magically replaced towels and cleaned the room without any bother to us. We were on Riviera deck right near the middle of the ship near the panoramic elevators. Heard a little bit of noise in the morning from up above on Lido deck.

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R502 on the Caribbean Princess is a great midship location,however there can be noise from deck above which is Lido. Horizon Court outside seating as well as lounge chair noise.

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