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Sky Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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172 reviews

Not without it's bumps, but overall a great ship offering something for everyone

Review for Sky Princess to the Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019
Cabin: Balcony
Gym is expansive and well equipped
Gym is expansive and well equipped
Take Five, which featured a favorite Princess bartender, Winn.
Cabin decor is beatuiful, even though this balcony room feels a bit smaller
With good planning you can make usew of the storage area beneath the bathro
Five Skies, a new production show aboard the Sky Princess, features outstan

My husband and I were on the 28-day Grand Mediterranean Adventure on the Sky Princess, the fourth in the line of Royal-Class Princess Ships. The cruise was early of the inaugural season, and it wasn’t without some bumps, but overall, we believe the Sky Princess is a good ship that offers something for everyone.

Overview: The Sky Princess is an exquisite addition to the Princess Cruise Line’s Royal-Class ships. Returning guests will find many well-loved familiar features, such as the multi-story Piazza Atrium, International Café, the Vines Wine Bar and an expanded Princess Live.

There is also a new gathering spot, Take Five, a large jazz club that offers a terrific location for those seeking a cocktail and some quiet jazz music. It’s worth noting that this was a somewhat controversial move; Take Five supplanted Crooner’s and the Wheelhouse. Perhaps in response to the outcry from passengers, the Enchanted Princess, the next in the Royal Class line, will offer both Crooner’s and Take Five, according to the cruise line’s website. The ship also features an all-new Phantom Bridge escape room, although it was not ready when we boarded. We heard it would open during December 2019.

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Beautiful cabin. Ample closet and storage space. Balcony felt slightly larger than other Royal class ships, but can't guarantee that.

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