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Sky Princess Review

21 days, very nice itinerary

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Sky Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jul 2023
Cabin: Balcony

Sky Princess, boat built and inaugurated in 2019, therefore quite recent. Same size as the Royal, Regal, Majestic… The boat has more windows, more modern restaurant spaces.

Food and restaurants

At Market Place, buffet restaurant for all meals is fine. Traditional dishes for all dinners with, in addition, a different theme each evening! In the dining room, the menus were varied and the food good. Went to the specialty restaurant Catch by Rudi. Seafood and fish restaurant. Worth going there at least once. Overall, nothing to complain about, on the contrary, quite satisfied!

Cabin Review


The decor of the cabins is lighter, less dark. Balcony cabin A701, on deck 12 aft is fine.

Port Reviews


Took the excursion, Mosegaard Museum and city drive. Not appreciated! Only 30 minutes to the museum, impossible to see everything and the city tour by bus was not really necessary!


Again, we opted for an excursion. Let's take the train, a 2h30 journey to Berlin. We visit the city by ourselves. Great opportunity to take several photos and also to immerse yourself in history… We really enjoyed this excursion, despite the fatigue of having walked for a long time…


The first time we took the following excursion: Copenhagen City Drive & Canal Cruise, very popular and worth the cost!

The second time, we took a Shuttle Bus to get to the 1st metro station. From there took the metro to the city center, beautiful monuments with pedestrian streets, shops and restaurants.

Gdansk (Warsaw)

We opted for an excursion: Gdansk on your own. Bus trip there and back with a visit time of 4 hours. We saw the Neptune Fountain, the Golden Gate structure, the Prison Tower and St. Mary's Basilica. Enjoyed this excursion as much as the price was reasonable.


We took the following excursion: Helsinki Highlights. We made 3 stops: Senate Square, Temppeliaukio Rock Church and Sibelius Monument. Not so bad!


We went twice to this stopover. The port is very close to the beginning of the city. At the port, it is offered a map of the city with a circuit to visit the city on foot. If you ever visit this city, be sure to eat at the Retti I Garnet restaurant which is located at the entrance, very close to the fish market. The salmon and trout are deliciously good!


We took the excursion: Stockholm’s Waterways Cruise, which consists of a boat tour on the canals, with a guide. Nice trip!


The port of Tallinn is located at the foot of the medieval town. Wifi is free at the port.

The city can be visited on foot, since almost all the attractions are in the medieval town and it has many pedestrian streets.

We took a shuttle bus to get to the medieval town. We walked the fortress and took lots of photos!


Another excursion: Visby on foot. 15 minute bus ride there and back. Visit of the medieval defensive wall, small town of roses (flowers) and ruins of churches. Monitoring of the botanical garden. Having known that the port was nearby, we would have visited on our own, especially since the guide didn't care whether the whole group was following or not!

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