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Sapphire Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
1,007 reviews

Bucket List Cruise

Review for South America Cruise on Sapphire Princess
Ragland T Tiger
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Mar 2023
Cabin: Oceanview

This was a bucket list trip for me. We embarked in Buenos Aires and took it all the way to Los Angeles, around Cape Horn. The scenery around Cape Horn is truly spectacular. The cruise was 32 days.

Even though my wife and I are in our early 70s, I think we were probably younger than the average passenger on the ship. There was one family that had two children. If there were other children on the ship, they stayed hidden away for 32 days. Bottom line, if you’re looking for scintillating nightlife, or a great family experience, this cruise is definitely not for you.

Embarkation in Buenos Aires was very slow. We waited 4 hours to start processing after arriving on shuttle from a Princess air flight. There were adequate seats for all, the building had working AC, and you could buy water and snacks with a credit card (did not need to change dollars for Argentine peso)

Cabin Review


Cabin P2**. Quiet and plenty of storage. Wish the room had a couch but there is no space for. Bathroom and shower are small but adequate. Good free selections on the TV.

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