Coral Princess Review

Panama Canal - October 6 -16, 2010

Review for the Panama Canal & Central America Cruise on Coral Princess
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EurekaDK
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Oct 2010

This was the 16th cruise my husband and I have taken. We joined on this trip by his sister and her husband. We have cruised in the Baltic Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Caribbean, around the horn in South American, Australia and New Zealand and now the Panama Canal. We chose this cruise based on the reasonable rate for a cabin with a balcony, which we had decided was a "must" for the full transit of the Panama Canal.

We left from Fort Lauderdale. We arrived in Fort Lauderdale two days early so we could explore and have dinner with friends we met on a previous cruise. We did the water taxi for an afternoon, which was fun, informative and inexpensive.

The Coral Princess is a beautiful ship; the interiors have a good deal of wood finishes, very attractive. Our cabin was excellent, roomy with more than adequate storage. The bathroom had a full size tub. We loved having a balcony on this cruise, and spent a good deal of time sitting out there. The one thing I did not like was the shortage of space on the sport deck to see out without being behind the blue glass windbreakers. In blue glass really interferes with taking pictures.

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Cabin AB

The cabin was wonderful. There was plenty of storage space. The bathroom was huge compared to the cabins we usually stay in. The balcony was large with four chairs. Absolutely nothing to complain about.

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