Ruby Princess Cruise Review by ltromp55
- Sail Date: February 2012
- Destination: Eastern Caribbean
We really liked the way the closet space was layed out (open - no doors) in the cabin on this ship. Across from bathroom, not blocking entry way. So much easier than having to cram 7 days worth of clothes in small enclosed closets.
Dining was excellent. Buffet was arranged very well in the Horizon and Caribe cafe's. Had a great varied menu to choose from each day and the food was very good. Loved the formal dining room's as well. The service in all dining areas was tremendous. Such a friendly team of servers across the board.
Also we thought the level of entertainment on the cruise was top notch. David Cats for magic & illusion. Bert Stratton for his many talents at the piano / comedy. Also the comedy of Phil Tag in the Explorer's lounge was awesome. I haven't laughed so hard in years. The Ruby Princess singers & dances performed quite well.
Last but not least was the cruise director "Sam" (Samantha Hawker-Thomas). Sam and her team did a great job making this an enjoyable cruise. Sam is so friendly and treats each passenger as a good friend.