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Majestic Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Never long enough

Review for Majestic Princess to Australia & New Zealand
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Sarah.s
10+ Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Oct 2019
Cabin: Balcony

I love princess as a cruise line. I have completed over 30 cruises in my lifetime so far. I have tried multiple cruise ship companies and Princess is on of my favourites. They seem to get the balance of Classy, fun and relaxing correct every time.

This one was a short 5days to Tasmania. This is definitely not long enough. It would be great to see a longer cruise itinerary for this location with more to see. You just start to relax and then it is time to get off. It’s really on 4 days as the 1st day is boarding the ship.

We booked the enclave this time and it was incredible. As Tasmania is freezing. It was lovely to have a warm pool, steam room and sauna to relax in each day. It is also really quite private due to the extra expense. It is really worth it.

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Balcony

We have stayed in Mini-suites before so I wasn’t sure if this would be too small. But it wasn’t. It was perfect size for what you need. It was also lovely to still have a balcony to relax on in private. You can also watch the early sail in without having to change out of the PJ’s

This cabin is near the back lifts and is an adjoining room optional cabin. There was absolutely no outside noise. I found this incredible. Really good soundproofing and being the back of the ship meant less walk by traffics.

Renato is amazing.

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