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Coral Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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980 reviews
52 Awards

Princess - Think Again

Review for Coral Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Rating by category

Public Rooms
Fitness & Recreation

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Sail Date: Jan 2011

If you are thinking of booking a Princess Cruise please consider the following:

Movies Under the Stars

OK if it was really that! Unfortunately princess think its a really good idea to show "Movies Under the Stars" during the daytime too. So if you fancy relaxing in the sun and maybe raed a book, listen to your iPod or have a chat wih friends - FORGET IT!! The din from a second rate moviw (or occassionally otherwise) will explode in to your relaxation time. Want to get away from it and sit somewhere else in the sun? Forget it!! The stern of teh ship has now been converted to the "Sanctuary" and that will cost you $20 per day per person.

Cabin Review

Cabin VS

D421 Suite

Clean, comfortable with a big balcony but a little "tired" Please note there are a number of extras included with the suite that we couldn't find mentioned in the brochure:

Priority embarkation

Priority use of the tenders to disembark

Free Internet

Breakfast in Sabatinis (inc free mimosa)

Free Laundry

Port Reviews

Cabo San Lucas

Some nice bars and restaurants but Whale watching was the key thing for us.


Go and see the divers but don't waste your money doing anything else.

Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera)

Nothing at the port - take a LOCAL (not from the ship). We took a tour to the river to see crocodilies and other wildlife and then into the rain forest. Great value trip at just $60.

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