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Princess Crown Princess Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises from Venice
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"We chose this cruise for the length,dates and rates and that we had already experienced the Crown on a previous cruise. By chance the ports of call were all interesting ones. We only booked about 10 days before..."Read More
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Not Perfect, But Not The Voyage From Hell, Either

Review for Crown Princess to Transatlantic

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bikechic

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

I love long sea days, so I looked forward to trying a TransAtlantric crossing for the first time. The last half of this 20-day trip is mostly at sea and I loved it. Big hint: if you are sailing from Europe to the US in December, book a port balcony cabin if you want the sun. We booked Baja 708 on the port side and soaked in a week of beautiful sun every day. The weather on all crossings varies, of ...
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Sail Date: December 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony

6 Helpful Votes


Another wonderful Trans-Atlantic crossing

Review for Crown Princess to Transatlantic

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Waverunner20

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

We flew into Venice with Princess E-Z-Air, using United and Lufthansa, Tulsa - Houston - Frankfurt - Venice. Princess offered a better price than I could find online, trying to put together our own itinerary; all went smoothly. We stayed at the Santa Chiara Hotel, near the bus station at Piazzale Roma, and there was no noise at all from the Piazzale. Our room was very satisfactory for the ...
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Sail Date: December 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony

1 Helpful Vote


Smooth Transatlantic Cruise

Review for Crown Princess to Transatlantic

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pweath

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

As avid transatlantic cruisers, we knew what to expect. We flew to Venice and stayed 3 nights, then boarded the Crown around noon on Dec. 2,2012. I believe the ship was pretty full since this was the first crossing that would end in Galveston, TX. Needless to say, it was a Texas cruise all the way. Our room steward was the best we have ever had. Our unit was spotless and always placed back in ...
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Sail Date: December 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Oceanview

12 Helpful Votes


Wonderful Cruise

Review for Crown Princess to Transatlantic

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keysgirl

First Time Cruiser

Age 60s

We had a wonderful cruise for our 30th anniversary. We loved the itinerary and because it was December the ports were not crowded at all. Norovirus was onboard but we never caught it. The staff was busy cleaning daily. It turned out to be a non issue for us and most others we spoke to. We had anytime dining and the food was excellent in all the dining rooms including the specialty dining. ...
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Sail Date: December 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony


Crown Princess

Review for Crown Princess to Transatlantic

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Burnsey1952

2-5 Cruises

Age 60s

This was the "Cruise from Hell". My husband and one of our traveling companions were infected with the Norovirus on the ship. They sent medicine which they charges us for! The newspaper article I read said that the rooms were disinfected 3 times a day. NOT TRUE. Our room was "passed through" one time only. We heard many different stories about prior infected guests on many other Crown Princess ...
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Sail Date: December 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with disabled person


E. Med - Adriatic & Greek Isles/Italy Cruise

Review for Crown Princess to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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Mimi A

10+ Cruises

Age 60s

This was an Adriatic & Greek Isles itinerary primarily sailing from Venice to Civitavecchia (for Rome). We always choose our cruises for the itinerary, coupled with the cruise line & price. We are in our early 60s & are not retired. We have sailed the Greek Isles portion of this cruise in 2010 on another cruiseline & wanted to return to those same ports, plus see some new ports in the Adriatic. ...
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Sail Date: November 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony

93 Helpful Votes


Great time of year to cruise the Mediterranean

Review for Crown Princess to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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orcharddowns

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

This trip was to celebrate my wife's retirement from teaching, and for once, we were able to travel at a time when school was in session and the crowds a little less intense. The weather throughout our cruise could best be described as "pleasant," with daily highs in the mid-70s and lows around 60....just about perfect for the port excursions we took. We arrived in Venice three days prior to ...
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Sail Date: October 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Balcony

6 Helpful Votes


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Wonderful Ports but Retirement Village Atmosphere

Review for Crown Princess to Europe - Western Mediterranean

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bubblesII

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

I'll start by saying we had a great time. We were a large group so that made it even better. The weather was 72 almost every day. We left on Oct. 15. The food was very good throughout the ship and the service was outstanding - absolutely first class. We had a mini-suite on Dolphin Deck. Loved the extra room and two televisions, not to mention the bathtub. However, I would never recommend the ...
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Sail Date: October 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony

2 Helpful Votes


Great Itinerary, Mediocre Entertainment

Review for Crown Princess to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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dkmpete

2-5 Cruises

Age 50s

This was our second cruise (both on Princess.) I talked my parents into joining us for their first visit to Italy and our first to Greece and Turkey knowing that we would be able to see a lot without hauling luggage around or having to check in and out of hotels. We are American, in our late 40's, and my parents are "young" 70's. The trip included an extra week in Rome split on either end of the ...
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Sail Date: September 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Oceanview (obstructed view)


Crown Princess is as Good as Ever.

Review for Crown Princess to Europe - Eastern Mediterranean

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Rotenmutts

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

The Crown is the oldest of the triplets and being 6 years old, she is still in great shape. We originally were in a mini-suite but was offered and upgrade to the second largest suite on the ship for less than $700. The extras you get with the suite are fantastic if you don't overpay for the privilege. Embarkation would have been easier if they had the luggage drop somewhere near the People ...
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Sail Date: September 2012

Departure Port: Rostock (Warnemunde)

Cabin Type: Penthouse Suite with Balcony

66 Helpful Votes


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