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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1615 reviews
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80s Cruise onboard Regal Princess

Review for Regal Princess to Alaska
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bigbikerbloke
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2021
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We are first time 'cruisers' and were tempted by Imagine Crusing's offering of three 80s bands playing onboard Regal Princess including Nik Kershaw, Toyah and ABC. The pre-departure infomation from Imagine was abysmal as was the Medallion App for logging our information. In the end I had to resort to calling Imagine and then spend 30minutes asking and answering questions to prep for the cruise. Embarkation was uneventful. The lat flow test was a minor encumbrance.

On entering our mini-suite stateroom there were no glasses of waiting champagne as promised. It turned up 2 hours later and was warm!

Even though the ship was stated as only 50% capacity the sunbeds were full and all the hot tubs also. We elected to pay the extra for 'The Sanctuary', which facilitated a more relaxing few days.

Cabin Review

Cabin was roomy with an excellent bed.

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