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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
1,738 reviews

Our worst transatlantic ever (and we have done 17)

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Regal Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2021
Cabin: Balcony

We chose this sailing (our first Princess cruise) solely because it provided us with a flight-free way to get from the UK to Bermuda, where we had arranged to disembark).

Less than 24 hours before sailing we were notified that Bermuda had been dropped from the itinerary and replaced by a second day in Cherbourg - whoop-di-doo! Princess blamed the Bermuda Government, but we know that nothing there had changed in the past three months and that cruise ships are still visiting the Island regularly.

This meant that we had a week at sea after the Azores, and this really dragged because the internet was non-existent (not just "transatlantic" bad; non-existent) and the on-board entertainment was pared to the bone - only one guest lecturer (Holland-America and Cunard usually have three).

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Took the ship's tour to see the coloured lakes. Saw low cloud instead. Have not met anyone (in the past 12 years) who has actually seen those lakes!


Sadly we didn't get to Bermuda but if we had I'm sure it would have earned five stars, compared to the second day in Cherbourg that Princess gave us as a replacement.

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