Tokyo (Yokohama) to Australia & New Zealand Cruise Reviews

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Relaxing - lots of sea days

Review for a Asia Cruise on Diamond Princess

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Nina Brown
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Unfortunately, not a good start - flight from Melbourne cancelled but I was not worried because booked through Princess so knew all would be taken care of! Eventually got to Haneda Air Port and had to wait 3 + hours for prepaid Princess transfer to Cruise Terminal (some waited more than 5 hours) then another 75 minutes before actually boarding ship! After that, everything was pretty well ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Interior


Repositioning Cruise. Has Princess run out of ideas to make things interesting

Review for a Trans-Ocean Cruise on Diamond Princess

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CATORCE14
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

The main purpose of our trlp from australia was to visit japan for 3 weeks in nov 2017, travelling around the country on a japan railways pass. When i saw this one way cruise advertised, it fit in perfectly with our plans to go back to australia by a different route. we have been on 4 other cruises in various parts of the world before, but never to asia. the itinerary leaving from yokohama ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Balcony


Revisiting Diamond Princess

Review for a Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Diamond Princess

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realisticus1
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Background and Hotel information We chose this cruise for various reasons, one as it appeared to be very good value, two as I had not been to Japan previously and we did want to experience it; and three we do like Princess as a very good product who seem to always deliver for clients, on the whole! We stayed overnight at Sydney airport (Rydges) where we normally stay prior to flights on the ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Balcony


Yokohama to Sydney WE LOVE SEA DAYS!

Review for a Trans-Ocean Cruise on Diamond Princess

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kjets
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We (DH, Mum and I) booked this as a repositioning cruise with minimal ports as we LOVE our sea days! Mum had an inside cabin D715 and we had an aft mini suite E721 Embarkation in Yokohama was quite smooth. Just had one gripe and that was when they were calling numbers we could not see or hear. We knew that something was being said but not what was being said. They really do need to ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony


Asian delight

Review for a Trans-Ocean Cruise on Diamond Princess

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StupotA
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Our primary reason for choosing this cruise was the cost & a reasonably cheap airfare to fly to Japan. There were not many ports on this repositioning cruise, however many we had not been to for quite some time making it like a new experience. We spent three nights in Tokyo before the cruise which was an enough to wet our appetite to return to Japan for a more detailed land trip in the country. ...
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Sail Date: November 2017

Cabin Type: Oceanview (obstructed view)


Japan-Australia repositioning cruise

Review for a Trans-Ocean Cruise on Diamond Princess

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Zinio
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

TOO MANY PEOPLE. Beautiful is the word that most readily comes to mind when looking at this ship. It really is beautiful. The décor is stylish, even luxurious, and as yet not in the least worn. But with 3 300 or so passengers, it is also too big for our liking. Not that there were lengthy queues: it’s just that we got fed up with LIVING IN A CROWD. Diamond Princess does have what they call The ...
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Sail Date: November 2017


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