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This is a cruise ship for the Older Generation, most of the passengers were 70 yrs and up, with a lot of wheelie walkers etc, I am not belittling anyone just stating how it was. The cruise itself was fantastic, the food was top notch, the staff from the Captain down were so friendly and helpful, the cabins are a bit on the small side (we had an inside cabin), the coffee was disgusting, could not get a decent coffee anywhere on board. The entertainment was great, the Bingo is really expensive and the prizes were a bit lousy, compared to other cruises I have been on. The ship itself is old but well maintained, and very clean. The beds are super comfortable, and the showers are really good. Overall the destination was really good ,we went to Tasmania, and had 3 stops (Burnie, Hobart and Port Arthur) plus cruised past the Freycinet Peninsula, just be aware Tasmania has funny weather patterns we had both hot and cold, so have to pack a bit of all weather gear. All in all an enjoyable cruise, but not really for families, as there is limited activities for the younger generation.

An oldie but a goodie

Sea Princess Cruise Review by FionaKull

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This is a cruise ship for the Older Generation, most of the passengers were 70 yrs and up, with a lot of wheelie walkers etc, I am not belittling anyone just stating how it was. The cruise itself was fantastic, the food was top notch, the staff from the Captain down were so friendly and helpful, the cabins are a bit on the small side (we had an inside cabin), the coffee was disgusting, could not get a decent coffee anywhere on board. The entertainment was great, the Bingo is really expensive and the prizes were a bit lousy, compared to other cruises I have been on. The ship itself is old but well maintained, and very clean. The beds are super comfortable, and the showers are really good. Overall the destination was really good ,we went to Tasmania, and had 3 stops (Burnie, Hobart and Port Arthur) plus cruised past the Freycinet Peninsula, just be aware Tasmania has funny weather patterns we had both hot and cold, so have to pack a bit of all weather gear.

All in all an enjoyable cruise, but not really for families, as there is limited activities for the younger generation.
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Small but comfortable, the bed was fantastic, the staff were top notched, the shower was great.
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