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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1908 reviews
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Poor food weak ports of call small bathrooms

Review for Ruby Princess to Alaska
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Crossett
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jul 2022
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I picked this cruise because I could drive to the port and not have to fly. The ship was small, very few things to do, little to no intertainment. The ports where not impressive.

Food was sub-par. A cruise line knowing they are taking you to a cold area should have more intertainment inside if you didn't want to know how to fold a dollar bill in a craft project you where watching reruns of love boat in your stateroom. The

activity where so so weak I spent hrs in my stateroom I got to watch 3 seasons of love boat. 1 season of sealteam and 1 season of Hawaii 5-0 in my 10 day cruise. So for 3500 dollars I got to watch alot of reruns in a room with a very small bathroom. No communication on how the tips worked just got charge an extra $300 on my card after I got home

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Very small bathroom shower was extremely small maybe 30x30 or smaller

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