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Pacific Princess Review

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Best cruise ever on Princess

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

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Sail Date: Dec 2019
Cabin: Oceanview (obstructed view)
View of Gilbralter
Atrium decorated
Pacific lounge
Guitar lessons in the casino lounge
Lecturer in the Cabaret Lounge
Cabaret Lounge
The wonderful singers and dancers of the Pacific Princess
Cooking demonstration by the hed chef and maitre'D
Happy Cruisers!!

We chose the 17 day Renaissance Explorer from Civitavechia (Rome) to Fort Lauderdale. This gave us the opportunity to spend four days in Rome before boarding the beautiful Pacific Princess. We booked an obstructed Oceanview guarantee and were booked in cabin 6036, which luckily had a view between two lifeboats and was a beautiful cabin. We are "old style" cruisers, enjoying the smaller ship experience, set dining times with the same waiters and table-mates each evening (second sitting), formal nights and smart casual for the dining room, and no amusement parks on board. Princess has the best entertainment at sea and we enjoyed wonderful production shows, incredibly talented musicians and singers, and interesting and educational speakers. No hairy chest contests here! Fun game show formats, trivia several times a day, guitar lessons and dance lessons. My husband is a musician and for the first time in many years of cruising, he had use of a Princess guitar which he kept personally for the entire 17 days (calluses were kept intact and his daily practice regime was possible). I am a retired dancer. choreographer and director - I loved the talks with the entertainers where we could hear all about the hiring and rehearsal procedures, and life on board as a professional entertainer. The service was excellent. In fact, every crew and staff member on board was friendly - we felt like one big family by the end of the cruise. We also enjoyed all of the ports, and the sea days were especially wonderful with so many events and activities available. Embarkation and debarkation were a breeze - no wait at all! There were very few children on board and the ones that were on board were delightful and well behaved. The food was excellent - always new items on the menu every night with a wonderful selection of favorites. Made to order omelets and eggs available in the lido buffet with a great outdoor table section facing aft. We definitely hope to sail on the Pacific Princess once every year.

Cabin Review

Oceanview (obstructed view)

6036 has a view from a picture window looking between 2 lifeboats. It is on the port side and surrounded on both sides by cabins for the entertainers. It is quiet and laid out well. The Princess bed is so comfortable. There was plenty of closet space.

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We have been here before and chose not to tour the same places again. We enjoyed a long walk in the city.

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