Before our trip, Princess encouraged us to take their excursion, as they only used the best and most qualified. We spent $800 for the Halibut fishing excursion. As avid fishing enthusiast, my husband and I recognize catching Halibut cannot be guaranteed. However, with 5 tourists on the boat, I did not expect to have to SHARE rods. Way to make me pay $400 for half a rod Princess. To make matters even better, I had read on Princess’ excursion site that we could bring enough fish on board to cook for a meal one evening. When I posed the question to the captain, he said no. Only later did I find out other fishing excursions allowed their tourists to bring the fish aboard the cruise for a lovely fresh fish meal. So glad Princess has a rigorous screening process for their excursion vendors. Don’t waste the money!
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