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Crown Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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2019 reviews
3 Awards

The Crown Princess needs to be dry docked

Review for Crown Princess to the Southern Caribbean
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Francine1970
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Balcony

I was with a group of over 50 from our neighborhood. We did this two years ago on another princess cruise ship with much better results. By the time we left over 15 of us were sick. The gym area is ground zero for passing germs and not only were you it of wipes one day but there was NEVER any attendant in the area to make sure those machines were wiped down after use. Yet you couldn’t walk into a food area without being hit with hand sanitizer. Your entertainment was the worst I have ever seen on any ship. The food was mediocre only saved by wonderful staff that made eating in your dining room a fun experience. This ship skipped a port because of mechanical issues and then had trouble ion rough seas with the stabilizers. These things are unacceptable. Final straw you left from pier 2 where we all parked and then came in to pier 19 it cost us money in cabs and porters of over 70.00 to get back to where we started. Could you not have provided a shuttle? We were traveling with a handicapped person! As far as my feelings princess will be off my list to sail on until they figure out which matters more ... quality or quantity!

Cabin Review

Balcony

This cabin in comparison to others was smaller and in need of up grades. Tight space and uncomfortable for two people

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