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Coral Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
1,032 reviews

Covid affected.

Review for Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Coral Princess
Microjohnaus
6-10 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Feb 2023

First trip after Covid, shut down. Princess appeared to be quite genuine about trying to control Covid transmission on their ship. Easy to get to in Brisbane by driving and parking.

Their different graded lane embarkation method appeared to offer the prospect of a quick, easy and healthy (in these Covid days of not being 1.5m apart). But sadly this was not the case no GREEN lane for faster access, it took us 2 hrs after arrivimg at our Group scheduled time and with green ticks all round. The temperature was 32C and we were packed, standing with far less than 1.5m apart.

On board, cabin was good with average furnishings, quite satisfactory.

Cabin Review

TV's good, menu for ordering room service menu items needs to be improved, quite difficult to navigate and impossible to cancel an order when a mistake was made or a change in mind ocurred . Clean, plenty of storage, looking a bit aged

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