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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Review for Regal Princess to the Caribbean
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Balcony

To be honest we cruised princess once before and we’re not impressed. We only came a second time as it fit our plans and it really was just a rejuvenation week. First the good. Cabin was perfect (super comfy bed). The entertainment in the atrium in the last night was a special treat and made that last night memorable (unlike many cruises where they are not so). Food was decent, bar staff not the same friendly faces like on The other mainstream lines. Activities were old. Entertainment was not to the standards of the other lines. The embarkation however was one of the best we have done. If you want to see the show you have to arrive 45 mins early for a 45 min show to get a seat. For a headliner try an hour. Don’t try to use your soda package on princess cay. The ship is beautiful and elegant (not garish). In reality my wife and I would go again if it was less $ than others but couldn’t recommend it to friends.

Cabin Review


Good size. Super comfy bed. Cabin steward excellent

Port Reviews

Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades)

My favorite embarkation port

Princess Cays

Ok beach. Little crowded but in lieu of one sea day not a bad option.

St. Thomas

Nice port to walk around. But we went one step further and headed to water island. A bit more crowded than we would have liked but very pleasant

St. Maarten

Lovely island still feeling some effects from the storms. But always a lot of ways to explore

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