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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1907 reviews
6 Awards

Medallion Madness and More

Review for Ruby Princess to Alaska
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: May 2022

Medallion system was often fun and often difficult to use. Getting it set up I had to call Princess to walk me through. Princess should supply written instructions.I never did figure out how to use the phone app.

I chose this cruise to Alaska because it was round trip San Francisco and I'm too lazy to fly to a ship. Food in dining room has improved since our last Princess cruise: more attractive presentation, tastes, variety of menu offerings. Buffet good to mediocre as usual. Cabin small but adequate and bed comfortable. Huge choice of movies/tv on large screen in cabin. All crew super friendly and efficient. Don't know how they do it having to wear masks all day. Lots of on-board activities. I especially liked that there were several trivia games each day. Free internet available at all the ports. Disappointing that the ho-hum Prince Rupert port was substituted for charming Victoria along with an explanation that did not make sense. Written by a guest on 65 previous cruises.on seven different cruise lines.

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