2 Tokyo (Yokohama) Cruises for the Disabled Cruise Reviews

It was a good trip and nice. Some of staffs were excellent, but not all of them. Entertainment show is only provided 1 per day at the theater. (it should be twice because there are 2 of seated dining choice (5:30pm & ... Read More
It was a good trip and nice. Some of staffs were excellent, but not all of them. Entertainment show is only provided 1 per day at the theater. (it should be twice because there are 2 of seated dining choice (5:30pm & 7:45pm). So we didn't much enjoy daily show on time, and it was too late to get seat when we got there after our dinner. We expected more menu selections especially dessert. Some shore excursions includes meals on trip but not an optional at all, not for passengers who has allergies, food restrictions/limitations, health issue &religious matters--they should've had at least vegetarian, gluten-free... Shore excursion = ok, but 1 of our 3 guided tours was not good. Our guide was not knowledgeable and less prepared. Time length of visit each place was too short, and our guide did not check 9didnot know) a museum's closing time! so that we spent only 20 minutes at a beautiful Japanese garden/museum --we ran around to take pictures!!! Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
Our main point in the cruise was to see more of Japan than just Tokyo. There were some really good parts of the cruise--the festival at Amori was impressive. There were also great events that Princess never bothered to put in the Patter ... Read More
Our main point in the cruise was to see more of Japan than just Tokyo. There were some really good parts of the cruise--the festival at Amori was impressive. There were also great events that Princess never bothered to put in the Patter or otherwise notify us about. For example, we learned that the biggest fireworks festival in Japan was on our "turnover" date--Princess took off and never said a word about it. Interestingly, the fireworks could be seen from the aft decks. The food was "just OK." Really, quite a disappointment from our previous Princess cruises. Dining service was good but our stateroom host was lacking. I asked for ice daily and got it once! Some of the activities were great--Japanese classes, and traditional dance. There was a traditional Japanese storyteller who did a Japanese show and a bilingual show. Unfortunately the bilingual was so popular that getting a seat was impossible. I figured I'd see it on the next leg, but they had changed entertainers and that one was only in Japanese. The "Let's dress in Yukata" activity was always full--not sure how early you had to arrive for that. I suspect the stop in Busan is legally required. It was not a good port. The first time we did an excursion which was OK. The second time we did the free bus to the International Market. Suffice it to say that I'm not likely to return to Korea. We had a few issues with HA access on the ship. There were stairs (no ramps) for embarkation at each port. Since stairs are the most difficult issue for our family member, this was bad! Also, the metal joiners in the carpet (I think they provide for shutting off watertight compartments on the ship) were shaped such that the walker couldn't be pushed over them. At each one, she had to stop and lift the walker over it. We did find a way to avoid most of these, but we've never had this issue on another ship. The HA cabin did meet all her needs. Read Less
Sail Date August 2016

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