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Enchanted Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Enchanted Princess Repositioning Cruise

Review for Enchanted Princess to Transatlantic
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Talldkny
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2022
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This 14 Day Repositioning Cruise from Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Copenhagen, Denmark on this new ship was a very nice experience. We were about 2400 passengers onboard, with a capacity of 3600. We had beautiful weather throughout the trip. This was my 30th cruise, my third on Princess.

The Positive: The staff and crew were wonderful. Service overall was excellent. The ships public rooms were beautifully designed. The ship has a very classy feel to it. We were upgraded to a "Deluxe Balcony" stateroom on the Marina Deck 15. I don't know what made it deluxe other than there was a small sofa where the regular balcony just has a chair. The cabin was quiet. The entertainment overall was very good with the exception of the Princess Entertainers. Their two shows were awful. We enjoyed the International Cafe for snacks and Gianni's for Pizza.

The Negative: No covered solarium. No Observation Lounge. Not one deck went around the entire ship. The jogging track was just above the Smoking Area of the ship. The bathroom in the cabin was very small. The food in the buffet was just okay. The quality and selection was not what we were used to on this class of ship. Dinner in the dining room was better.

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