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Regal Princess Review

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Great Mediterranean cruise on the Regal Princess

Review for Regal Princess to the Mediterranean
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CanuckAlberta
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jun 2022
Cabin: Deluxe Balcony

Recently completed 14 night Mediterranean cruise on Regal Princess and it was awesome. No covid issues, simply tested before embarkation and that was it. Maybe 10-20% of passengers wore masks and most excursions you had to wear masks while riding the bus but that was it. Our first week their was around 2300 passenger and the 2nd week it was up to 3300 passengers so we were spoiled somewhat onboard. The rest of the cruise experience felt very "normal", the crew were all very friendly and helpful and there was the usual emphasis on hand washing. Our itinerary was amazing and was the reason I selected this cruise in the first place, we had no issues in any of the ports with regards to covid.

Our cabin was centrally located fore and aft as well as up and down. It was clean and well maintained and our cabin steward, Budi, was friendly and attentive.

Embarkation was painless as we had entered all our vaccination documents in the Medallion app, and only had to show our negative covid test documents. Dis-embarkation was even simpler as we just walked off in Athens with no customs what so ever.

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Deluxe Balcony

cabin was excellent, centrally located in all directions it was close to everything. Our cabin steward Budi was amazing as well.

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Barcelona

Some really cool historic sites, Sagrada Familia was amazing, the coolest church I have ever seen. We also visited Montserrat monastery which was also amazing and worth the drive. My issue was with the city itself, it is very tired and dirty with the constant smell off urine, which is not surprising considering the lack of public toilets. Same thing down at Barceloneta beach, no change rooms, packed beach and virtually no public toilets. Best bet is go to Montserrat and get out of Barcelona.

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