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Golden Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Review for Golden Princess to Australia & New Zealand
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2-5 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jan 2020
Cabin: Balcony

I chose this cruise as it was organised through a group thst i am a member of. The ship was elegant and functional. The crew was friendly and helpful st all times. Though classed as disabled it was easy to get around and enjoy the multitude of activities available. The Japanese girls demonstrates were great to watch and they were lovely when met elsewhere. The 'Born to Dance' show was great to watch and very entertaining. The guitarist / singer and pianist / singer (Colin) were great and had the audience participating. The violinist and celist were great too.

The dining was superb and the waiters couldn't be faulted. They were professional, entertaining and absolutely adorable.

The buffet breakfast was immense with a variety of cuisines and waiters who joined in the fun with my teddy bear asking him what he'd like to eat and placing my drink with the bear.

Cabin Review


A good size with a great view. Comfy bed and a bsthroom, though small was well appointed

Port Reviews


The was my port of embarkation.


Salamanca Market and shops are vreat for the crafter in all of us. Delicious ice cream.

Kangaroo Island

We bypassed here due to bushfires.

Port Lincoln

The sights of Port Lincoln was a fabous experience.


It was too hot for me to leave the ship and go to Handorf as planned. So I stayed on board and enjoyed the shipboard activities.

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