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11 Perth (Fremantle) to Australia & New Zealand Dawn Princess Cruise Reviews

We have cruised on the Dawn before and had a great experience. Not so this time. She's an old ship and we expect some issues so put up with foul smells of wet rotting carpet and air conditioning that didn't work properly, but ... Read More
We have cruised on the Dawn before and had a great experience. Not so this time. She's an old ship and we expect some issues so put up with foul smells of wet rotting carpet and air conditioning that didn't work properly, but this was Dawn Princess final cruise to Singapore before going over to P & O. We did NOT expect to run out of many non perishable goods or have the shops shutdown halfway thru the cruise!! (so goods could be packed up). 5 days from the end they ran out of Johnny Walker red Whiskey, plus other whiskeys. Gin ran out along with Sav Blanc and Chardony and.. get this Breakfast teas of all brands ran out!! This is unexcusable! We have written to Princess and not had the courtesy of a reply. This cruise was not advertised as a cheap one off or final sailing so we expected it to be like other cruises who Never runout of Tea or Wine! This has left a bitter taste that Princess could treat it's loyal followers so badly Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
The Princess Line Cruises were recommended to us and thought we would book following my husband's ill health and also the ease of catching the cruise in Fremantle. We didn't know that this was the Dawn's final cruise. 2 ... Read More
The Princess Line Cruises were recommended to us and thought we would book following my husband's ill health and also the ease of catching the cruise in Fremantle. We didn't know that this was the Dawn's final cruise. 2 days into the cruise, we realised that they were just winding down with no consideration to paying guests. They ran out of Stout, whiskey, gin and Red Wine unless you took the $80 - $120 bottles of red wine. Food was also in short supply especially fresh fruit, prunes, berries (breakfast necessities). Toilets were blocked most of the cruise including ours which was blocked 5 out of the 12 days. Some guests had to use the public toilets on another floor for the first 6 days. Entertainment during the day was extremely limited and was wound down after a few days (horse racing for instance - only 4 days). The casino was closed early because maintenance had to be done for handover to P & O. Shops were closed for stocktaking halfway through the cruise. Couldn't even buy Panadol/Candy etc. Airconditioners didn't work in the dining areas and a lot of the waiters/waitresses carried hand held fans to cope. We got food from the buffet and ate outside. The formal dining room was stifling!! I am hoping that Princess offers the cruisers on this cruise a reimbursement! Dreadful treatment of loyal customers, many of whom had booked knowing it was the last cruise on a ship that they had enjoyed many good times. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We chose this cruise around the top end because it visited the places, particularly in WA, which we had always wanted to see. Others had told us how great the cruise was. The ship itself is tired - it is being sold next May, so it ... Read More
We chose this cruise around the top end because it visited the places, particularly in WA, which we had always wanted to see. Others had told us how great the cruise was. The ship itself is tired - it is being sold next May, so it requires refurbishment. We were surprised though at the amount of external maintenance which was occurring. There were some plumbing issues and we also heard that there were some leaks in cabins. The shows were quite well executed on the whole, but we had seen them all before on other ships. The individual guest entertainers were generally average, some better than others. The activities on board were the usual so we did not bother going. The noise in the pool area sent us right away. We found the service very good - cabin steward, wait staff, and others were all competent and friendly. The food in the buffet at lunch was generally better than that in the dining room for dinner. Princess has changed its "every day available" selection of strip sirloin to a hamburger - not exactly fine dining! The shore excursions are becoming outrageously expensive these days. We did a couple of excursions mainly because we could not organise time frames to suit sailing times with a private operator. Despite everything, we still enjoyed ourselves. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
We have sailed with Princess on 5 other occasions. This cruise was the Northern Australia Explorer from Fremantle to Sydney. As with our past Princess cruises this cruise was excellent. Embarkation and disembarkation was run smoothly ... Read More
We have sailed with Princess on 5 other occasions. This cruise was the Northern Australia Explorer from Fremantle to Sydney. As with our past Princess cruises this cruise was excellent. Embarkation and disembarkation was run smoothly and very fast. The Dawn Princess is showing its age with some superficial rust showing here and there, but she is a steel ship sailing on salt water oceans so this is to be expected. Our Stateroon on C227 on deck 9 was spotlessly clean and everything in good working condition. Our room steward Elson was very efficient, polite and friendly. All the dining venues were excellent with very friendly professional waiters and a great selection of dishes available, changing every day. As for the entertainment in the Princess Theater and Vistor lounge were a bit of hit and miss, having said that, everyone's taste is different.. We will definitely cruise with Princess again, in fact we have already booked another. This time we are doing the Southern Australia cruise from and returning to Fremantle in December aboard the Sun Princess. We highly recomend the Princess line. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
I chose this cruise from Perth to Sydney because I have not been that part of Australia. I have been to Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and the Outback but not WA. We have a pre-cruise in Perth which was wonderful. What a nice city - good ... Read More
I chose this cruise from Perth to Sydney because I have not been that part of Australia. I have been to Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and the Outback but not WA. We have a pre-cruise in Perth which was wonderful. What a nice city - good food as well. We checked into the Dawn Prince Mar 26, 2016. The check in process, I would say is 'smooth' though it seems Princess is habitually asking people to wait for their numbers. We were expecting a rather old ship but to our surprise, the ship has been renovated - especially the buffet and dinning areas. Service has been excellent - room attendant, buffet staff and dinning room staff. The purser area is a little soft as it seems there are a couple of people on training. There are parts of the cabin needs refreshing but it is comfortable. Most impressive is the food on this ship. I have always think the food in Princess is boring with the same menu wherever one travels to and my previous experience is that they only over water-melon, cantaloup and honey dew as fruits for every destination. Much to our surprise, the food is the most wonderful experience on this ship (other than the wonderful staff). A variety of fruits were offered each day - oranges, apples, pears, tangerines, papayas, kiwis, mangoes, grapes.... Scallops and shrimps are offered in many of the meals. Not only were they available, they were cooked to perfection! (only see on upscale restaurants - normally they are overcooked!) I was most impressed. There was a little 'fire' incident on the ship on a day we were docked. I was again very impressed with how the captain had handled the situation, kept all passengers up to date on what happened and have all staff ready in case of emergency... All in all, very impressed with the ship. Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
I had been in to the forums and had read mixed reviews, so I decided to just approach the cruise with an open mind. Less than a week before we sailed we were offered a downgrade from our oceanview stateroom to an interior with a refund as ... Read More
I had been in to the forums and had read mixed reviews, so I decided to just approach the cruise with an open mind. Less than a week before we sailed we were offered a downgrade from our oceanview stateroom to an interior with a refund as the incentive which we decided to accept. We had a fantastic time travelling from Fremantle back to Sydney, catching up with family at ports along the way and enjoying unseasonably calm waters across the Great Australian Bight and Bass Straight. For my wife & myself it was positives all the way, our stateroom was fine, the staff were brilliant, the food was amazing, the 2 shore excursions we did were well organised and reasonable value for money and we enjoyed the various shows that were available, with special mention to the illusionist/comedian Phil Cass, a great show! The food choices were a highlight with the nightly dining in the Venetian, just like a restaurant style experience food wise with great company from around the world. The gym was well equipped and necessary after a few days of culinary delights! Happy hour allowed us to sample a variety of cocktails, some easier to drink than others! After 12 days we returned relaxed, refreshed and ready to start planning our next cruise. I wouldn't recommend this combination of ship/ports for under 50s, we, in our 50s were the youngsters on this cruise! Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
Flight from Sydney to Perth very good. Stayed at a B&B in Fremantle before boarding the Dawn Princess for 9 Nights to Darwin. Boarding was very easy and efficiently done. The meals on the ship were very good, much more pleasurable in ... Read More
Flight from Sydney to Perth very good. Stayed at a B&B in Fremantle before boarding the Dawn Princess for 9 Nights to Darwin. Boarding was very easy and efficiently done. The meals on the ship were very good, much more pleasurable in the dinning room. The other eating areas at most times were cramped and it was very hard to get a table. We were bombarded with sales or special deals ( clothes, Jewellery, art auctions, spa treatments, casino, drinks, dinning etc.) from the time we got on till the we got off. The pool area was crazy with music/movies coming from big screen, other repetitive music coming from other speakers around the pool. It also got caught in the same places on the disc each time so I asked one of the staff about it and I was told the MP3 player had died so they were using a disc player on repeat. When I asked if they were going to change the disc's from time to time (as this one was faulty) I was told he would have to order it from an officer and see if they had anymore. This did not change for the 9 days we were on board. As we called into Australian ports and Lombok I thought a cheap MP3 player would have been purchased. The pool was hardly used due to the very cold fresh water, even on some 36deg days. On most cruise ships these days the pools are at a constant temp, not heart attack freezing. The Movies under the stars were great. Cosy nights under the stars with blanket and free popcorn, yes free popcorn. Port of Geraldton was very interesting once you got a ticket for the tender and waited till your number was called. Tender back with a long long line waiting. Tender also in Lombok was a little longer due to a tender breaking down. Most people we talked to about there expensive ship bus tour of Lombok said that they only saw rice patties, different rice patties then came back to the tender pick up point. The nightly shows were very good if you could get a seat. Their seemed to be to many people for the size of the show rooms. This is the only ship I have had this problem with including lifts. Around meal times it was very hard to get a lift, so the stairs became the norm. We are reasonably fit people (61 and 63 year olds) that have been on at least 14 cruises all over the world, most of the people on this cruise were much older. At times it looked like a floating nursing home. Maybe the cruise lines should have cruises for 18-40, 35-55, 45-70, 65- 100 and promote them that way. I know we all have to get old but! The dinning room wait staff were very friendly and caring. Nothing seemed to be a problem. Maintenance officers on the ship seemed stern and abrupt when speaking to staff or passengers, probably over worked on this ship. A big thing was with customs officers on board at Broome checking passport and declarations for those passengers leaving in Darwin saying we would need to have them all prepared and ready for disembarking in Darwin. When we got to Darwin there were no Custom or officials on the dock and we were free to leave, so much our countries border protection. Summary. Even after a so called fix up in Singapore, the ship is old and worn and doesn't fit the high end of the market in Australia. They think they can send their older ships down under and we will except them, Sorry not this easy going Australian. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Crew at the reception was friendly and helpful, waiters did their best, meals were tasty although spicy food (Indian or Asian) was just not possible to get. Surprisingly, as Dawn Princess cruises around Asia a lot. We were told, that ... Read More
Crew at the reception was friendly and helpful, waiters did their best, meals were tasty although spicy food (Indian or Asian) was just not possible to get. Surprisingly, as Dawn Princess cruises around Asia a lot. We were told, that Australians are not fond of spices!! What we did NOT like, was the loud and noisy music around the pool area most of the day. The age group on board on this trip (Northern Explorer) was around 70 years, plus,minus, and that kind of music did not seem to be anyones taste. ....! We waited for announcements of the captain, but besides the usual 12.00 o´clock one from an officer, or once in a while from a pilot, who was on board, we did not hear of him all trip long. We did see him once at the Captains Welcome Party, but he did not turn up at all at the Captains Farewell Party at the end of the cruise. Two guests though saw him coming out of the Gym just 20 minutes before his Party started. Obviously he was not interested in seeing passengers, and maybe he should be on a freight ship!! We found it a bit disrespectful! Having met some helpful Crew members on board we did write some appreciation letters to Point them out. But when we asked for questionaires we did not get any! Until today, one month after the trip, and after several attempts. So this has been written! Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
This was a (long) weekend cruise from Fremantle, which is 30 minutes from home for us. We enjoyed the cruise overall but felt the Dawn Princess is looking a little tired and dated. Embarkation was a bit slow but not too bad. We ... Read More
This was a (long) weekend cruise from Fremantle, which is 30 minutes from home for us. We enjoyed the cruise overall but felt the Dawn Princess is looking a little tired and dated. Embarkation was a bit slow but not too bad. We enjoyed the entertainment on board, particularly The Beatles Boys, the were brilliant! There was a good variety of quiz shows and trivia comps and the entertainment crew were all engaging and seemed genuinely happy to be there. The crew were good, but sometimes a bit light on we thought. Quite a few times we had to wait for drinks, Happy Hour in particular was a fiasco if you waited for table service, we quickly learned to go up to the bar ourselves. We enjoyed the food in the main dining room, Florentine, I think, but weren't that impressed by Sterling Steakhouse or Horizon Court. The Afternoon Teas were worth going to. We cruised on Carnival Legend in January and were very disappointed in comparing Sterling Steakhouse to their specialty restaurant, which was superb. Disembarkation was very smooth. Neither of us suffer from sea sickness so the 3.5 metre seas didn't bother us. The seas of Fremantle are notoriously rough and I would never suggest a first time cruiser sail out of Fremantle. We spoke to a few people onboard who were discouraged from cruising because of the rough seas, which is a bit unfortunate I think. Of the 12 cruises we've been on, the two we've done from Fremantle have been the roughest waters. Overall, we enjoyed the cruise and have been scouring websites since to find a weekend cruise for later in the year or next year. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
Exhilarating because of the bracing weather and southerly force 7 wind. Old-style because Dawn Princess lacks the specialty entertainment and dining options of newer, larger ships. Pre cruise I was booked on a balcony guarantee. 2 ... Read More
Exhilarating because of the bracing weather and southerly force 7 wind. Old-style because Dawn Princess lacks the specialty entertainment and dining options of newer, larger ships. Pre cruise I was booked on a balcony guarantee. 2 days before the cruise I was allocated a balcony cabin on Riviera deck forward port side. The day before the cruise, Princess rang me and offered me a full refund if I would give up my balcony cabin and take an inside cabin on Caribe deck instead. Deal or no deal? Deal! As a single cabin occupant paying double the usual 'per head' price, it was a bit of a no brainer. The refund was going to be either cash on board, or cheque if there wasn't enough cash in the onboard float. Ok. On board they said they would refund back to my credit card but I resisted as it would take me a month of Sundays to spend that much on my credit card again (as I had already paid the bill with the cruise on it) and there's no way the credit card company is going to let me cash it out without fees and charges. So hopefully the promised cheque arrives soon. We originally looked at a P&O cruise, but P&O weren't happy about a party of 3 in 2 separate cabins. They limit the number of single occupancy cabins, even for people prepared to pay the same as a double occupancy would cost. For the cruise we looked at, I could book 2 cabins for 4 people but not 2 cabins for 3 people. P&O said (in February) that the earliest booking I could get with them for a single occupancy cabin in Australia would be November, even at full price. They said this was because of "weight and balance issues" with the ships - what utter nonsense. Embarkation Embarkation at Fremantle was quite efficient despite the crowds. I was travelling with my elderly parents. Dad normally uses a walking frame and he was given wheelchair assistance to board, which made the experience smoother although we still had to wait in several lines (unlike boarding on Celebrity at Vancouver where the wheelchair got priority through every checkpoint while boarding). A small criticism is that the man pushing the wheelchair was a Fremantle port employee not a Princess employee and he seemed not to have a great knowledge of the embarkation process or the ship's layout. Embarkation was staggered by deck, Riviera (deck 12) and Aloha (deck 11) first at 1pm followed by the other decks. Caribe deck 9 was scheduled for 2.30. I think pax with Princess status were allowed to embark when they wanted. We arrived about 12.50pm and embarked straight away. Mum and Dad were on Riviera deck in a balcony cabin right next to the bridge door (so we saw Captain Jerman one day, in his running clothes! He was very charming, with an English accent although apparently he lives in Sydney now). No welcome drink was offered on board. The dining room was open for lunch 12-1.30pm and we just missed it. The Horizon Court was busy (obviously) but the crew helped dad to find a table quickly. It was a much smaller buffet physically than I am used to seeing on Celebrity. However the food quality and variety for lunch was perfectly fine, and for the breakfasts I had there. Not as extensive as Celebrity but plenty of choices and there would be something to suit everyone except perhaps total fussers. The cruise We were a couple of hours late with sailaway as there had been a delay with a fuel or oil delivery. We had a sunset drink in the Oasis bar (deck 14 aft) - it would have been nicer to be departing but never mind. The ship was sailing full on departure. We headed south down the coast and then headed east past Cape Leeuwin which is Australia's most south westerly point. A lot of the pax were Perth or WA locals having a weekend cruise break. Overall the pax were predominantly Australian with a few Brits, a smattering of North Americans, not much of anyone else that I saw. Service crew were predominantly Filipino, Asian or Eastern European - very few from the Americas, and no Caribbean crew that I saw. The next day (Saturday) was a sea day. The captain's morning announcement warned of 3-3.5 metre swells in the Southern Ocean in the afternoon and evening, so I started taking ginger tablets at lunchtime as a precaution. I was glad I did. It got very rocky. I later heard 300 pax sought treatment for seasickness in the medical centre, and many disembarked at the first port, Albany, rather than endure the voyage back. I had no trouble with my appetite or with sleeping on the moving ship. It was chilly on deck with a strong breeze but still comfortable to walk. It was great that on deck 7, Promenade deck, you can walk all the way round outside without having to cross deck indoors. There was a sewage smell at one area outside on deck 7 which I noticed all voyage. The smoking area is also outside on deck 7, so there were 2 small areas of unpleasant aromas! Lots of pax got dressed up for Saturday night on board even though there was no scheduled formal night on only a 4 night voyage. In fact I felt like people were generally better dressed for 'smart casual' that evening than I have seen on some Celebrity formal nights! We arrived in Albany on Sunday morning. The weather wasn't great, cloudy and a bit drizzly. Avis were right near the wharf for car rentals even though when I had rung up a couple of months before, they told me they would not be at the wharf. But hey, my car was right there as booked online so I skipped having to make a taxi trip to the Avis office. All good. We drove around Frenchman Bay. Interesting scenery. Dad can't walk far so I didn't get to go down some of the tracks right on to the beaches like others were doing. We stopped at Mt Adelaide and Mt Clarence and saw some of the new Anzac memorials for the departure of the first Aust/NZ ship convoys to WW1. That was interesting. We didn't go inside the Memorial Centre and I heard later it was crowded so I'm glad I missed the crowds. We stumbled on an old pub called the Earl of Spencer for lunch. It was on Earl St and Spencer St and was nothing to do with Princess Diana's family! There was a small market set up in the town centre for the cruise pax to look at. I heard later there had been a bagpiper on the wharf when we docked around 7am but I didn't see or hear him. There wasn't much else going on right at the wharf, you had to go into town to see anything, about a 1km walk or shuttle bus trip if you didn't have a car. We were a bit late departing again, due to a medical disembarkation. It was rough weather again that night as we headed back west in the Southern Ocean along the south coast of WA. It was so rocky that after dinner I couldn't be bothered staggering my way to the evening show and just stayed in my cabin reading a book and watching TV. So glad I didn't get seasick. Ginger tablets really worked for me this cruise. I felt worse on the section between Vancouver and the Alaska Inside Passage on Celebrity Millennium despite that ship supposedly having more modern stabilisation than Dawn Princess. Can't remember what the swell was there, they probably told us in feet anyway so it wouldn't have meant much to me. At half past midnight there was an announcement in all the cabins in an accented voice (maybe Filipino?) "first stage response to Jammers deck 7". I stayed in bed, figuring that if they needed pax to do something they would be a lot more explicit. Sure enough about 10 minutes later the announcement was in the captain's voice "first stage response stand down". The next morning I asked at the purser's office what it was about. I was told that someone had smelled a burning smell in the nightclub, and the crew decided it was best to wake everyone up while they checked it out in case it was a fire and the next thing was the evacuation signal. I guess some people would have been annoyed about being woken, especially with kids. But frankly I would rather evacuate with kids who were already awake rather than kids just waking, if we had had to evacuate (and if I had been travelling with kids). One lady thought the announcement was that everyone had to come to deck 7 in their pyjamas because she misheard "Jammers". Plenty of people got out of bed and got dressed as a precaution. My parents saw a tall man with a Scottish accent in their corridor resplendent in purple silk pyjamas with a matching hat!! I figure it was an officer whose cabin was on the bridge near their cabin. (The officer of the watch who ran the muster drill had a Scottish accent on the announcements for that drill). Anyway he reassured them there was no need for them to evacuate. Imagine if we had to get into lifeboats in 3.5m swell, it would have been horrible. Luckily it didn't happen. We arrived off Busselton around 7.30am Monday and I was off the ship on a tender before 8.15am. The sun was finally out for the first time of the cruise. We hired a car and drove to Margaret River to tour around the wine area, which we enjoyed. Busselton put on a big arrival greeting for the ship with a brass band and a local market close to the docking point. Also there were lots of local tourist advisers on hand to assist with ideas on how to spend the day. It felt very welcoming. Disembarkation Disembarkation on Tuesday morning was very smooth. We docked at Fremantle at 5am. The Pacific Jewel arrived shortly after but the cruise terminal coped well with the numbers. 2 things I particularly liked about disembarking - one was that the crew stayed friendly right to the end. On other cruise lines you feel like they don't care any more on disembarkation morning and they just want to get rid of you. The other thing was that Princess doesn't mind if you leave the ship after your bags - you can stay on board until breakfast finishes after 9am even if your bags are ready waiting for you on the wharf at 6.30am. Princess only wants to know if you want an earlier disembarkation time than they have allocated for you - later is no problem and you don't have to tell them. On this cruise Riviera deck bags were on the wharf at 6.30am and Caribe at 7.50am - it was in the same staggered order as boarding. We left the ship about 8.15am and were in a taxi by 8.35am. No compulsory standing around endlessly waiting in lounges with people tripping over everyone else's bags, no herding of great masses of people to the gangway, just a civilised departure - well done Princess, I was impressed. Food The food in the Venetian dining room was brilliant and we had nice table-mates. Personally I think it's a shame that allocated dining tables are less common on cruises than they used to be, because it's nice to get to know people over a few days even if you don't immediately have lots in common. I particularly liked the Princess 50th anniversary dinner, with a retro course from each decade and a spectacular choc raspberry heart-shaped dessert. Another night I specially liked a chilled pear ginger soup that was served in a cocktail glass and looked like a Piña Colada - tasty but also innovatively presented. A small disappointment was one breakfast where the waiter recommended poached eggs - it was literally 2 poached eggs on 2 pieces of toast - no garnish of any kind. It looked like something you might get in a highway roadhouse. Also a vegetable risotto with small pieces of carrot and peas didn't look great even though it tasted good. But generally high marks for the food at all mealtimes. I got into the habit of asking for a small serve because the usual servings were about double as much food as I would usually eat. The service from Poomii and Jorge on table 181 was top notch, also Lawrence on table 154. Poomii did some great tricks making balloon animals and flowers, and napkin origami. A consummate host indeed. Drinks Bar service was often slow all over the ship as they seemed understaffed for the demand (too many hard drinking Aussies on a long weekend maybe? Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
We did not like this ship. It is old and tired and the crew though not old, were certainly showing plenty of signs of service fatigue. The configuration was terrible with no central lifts or stairs meaning that you had to walk (in our ... Read More
We did not like this ship. It is old and tired and the crew though not old, were certainly showing plenty of signs of service fatigue. The configuration was terrible with no central lifts or stairs meaning that you had to walk (in our case) the entire length of the ship to get to certain decks, including the deck with Horizon Court. The cabins are tiny. Our balcony cabin was so small only one of us could actually walk around at a time and the balcony, please. It was miniscule and impossible for two people to sit on comfortably at any one time. Our cruise from Fremantle to Albany and back was hellish. The seas were rough with 6 metre swells. We feel we should have been warned as we would never have got on the ship if we had known how bad the weather was going to be. The official Princess weather report was for much calmer weather and so even though we took all forms of travel sickness medication, we spent 3 of the 4 days lying sidewards on our beds to deal with the extreme nausea and vomiting. That Princess closed its medical centre and did not offer injections to ward of sea sickness, perhaps because it was overrun with sick passengers, was a shame. We had no use of the gym, the pool or the Sanctuary because of the weather and walking around the deck was nigh on impossible. The entertainment was also boring, with a Beatles cover band the main entertainment of 3 of the 4 nights. That's for those who could sit upright long enough to listen. Most of us couldn't. The memory of people vomiting into bags at tables at Horizon Court won't leave me easily. The food was also average, and the wait for a table (anywhere) was long. There is simply not enough dining areas on this ship for the amount of people they cram on to it. A hour wait for a pizza in the pizzaria is simply not acceptable - not that we troubled the dining areas much, we were too busy being sick. This was my second cruise with Princess and I have cruised with other lines previously. The Ruby Princess is far superior to the Dawn Princess and the experience was like chalk and cheese. But my experience on the Dawn Princess was so bad that I say never again Princess. Read Less
Sail Date April 2015
Dawn Princess Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.0 3.9
Dining 4.0 4.1
Entertainment 4.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 4.1
Fitness Recreation 3.0 3.7
Family 3.0 3.7
Shore Excursion 3.0 3.6
Enrichment 4.0 3.3
Service 3.0 4.3
Value For Money 4.0 3.8
Rates 4.0 3.9

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