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4 Whittier to Alaska Princess Pacific Princess Cruise Reviews

We are a family of 5 with a 21,19 & 18 year old. We flew into fairbanks alaska and did several days in Denali before heading to Whitter where we cruised the inside passage for 7 days and flew home from Vancouver. For starters I ... Read More
We are a family of 5 with a 21,19 & 18 year old. We flew into fairbanks alaska and did several days in Denali before heading to Whitter where we cruised the inside passage for 7 days and flew home from Vancouver. For starters I wasn't going to do the land portion because of cost and time. But I am SO glad we did. Denali National Park was one of our favorite parts. The number of Animals we say was amazing. The cruise was good, but we are NOT cruise people, this is probably the only cruise I would consider going on and it really gave you a great view of this portion of Alaska and I liked that most of it was planned for me. So for me the easiest way to write this is by going chronologically. Fairbanks, is an ok city - we did the riverboat float trip which we all found very interesting and loved the scenery and the little village we got to visit. Princess Denali Lodge - we went white water rafting, where we paddled. It was GREAT!!! one of our best adventures on the trip. We then took the shorter bus ride into Denali Natural History Tour into national park, it was OK. Not much wild life to see, from all the reviews I read the Tundra bus ride is better, but we did not have the extra time for it. thank goodness on the way out we saw 2 moose, which is all my son wanted to see. Princess Mt. Mckinley Lodge - beautiful weather and we were one of the few blessed with clear sky and a spectacular view of the mountain. The restaurant at this hotel was good. From here we took the Talkeetna River Float Trip, I would of liked something a bit more adventurous but it was a beautiful relaxing ride. The walk through town was nice too. go and see the mayor (a cat) and visit the ranger station. We were on the Pacific Princess (the old love boat) and it is a bit smaller others, which is why I picked it. Though the staff tried to organize events many of the passengers did not participate so not much was going on, my kids were fairly bored on the boat. Maybe I should of gone with the bigger boat so there were more activities. They enjoyed the stops and the scenery and some of the evening shows were good but beside that there really wasn't anything to do when we were at sea all day. Also the food was ok, nothing special. The steak restaurant was great. While on board the ship we saw some beautiful glaciers, sunsets and mountains. We saw from the boat eagles, sea lions, otter, orca, dolphins, humpback whales, bears. One night we were surrounded by so many whales the sky was full of water from their blow holes. My big kids were jumping up and down at the sight. Glacier National Park was great, saw the ice calving and even had an eagle fly above us. We all thought this was fantastic. And if you are paying attention you can watch the rangers board and disembark the boat which they do while the ship is moving, crazy! Skagway, we did rock climbing which is way harder then I thought and not for folks who are not athletic and adventurous. We all loved this, but not much scenery to be seen here you are in the woods. We also did mushers camp, which my kids loved seeing all the puppies and getting a "sled" ride. Also on the way down the mountain they stopped so you can enjoy the scenery and there is a stream near by that we saw the salmon running in. We went into town and did a tour of the red onion, which we all enjoyed. A very old town and cool to walk around Juneau, we did a mendenhall glacier hike then off to whale watching. The glacier and the hike through the forest was beautiful. And the whale watching did not disappoint. We saw several whales that kept showing off for us and we all loved this. When returning to the harbor there was feeding eagles that we got to watch fish. I also left my pocketbook on the boat and the boat crew called the cruise ship to find me and return it. Juneau was a nice town to walk through, a lot of shops to see. Ketchikan, we went bear watching and again this did not disappoint. We saw a bear and an eagle catching salmon. If you have an opportunity to be there during the salmon run, try it was so amazing to see all the rivers full of them. All and all the best trip we have every taken as a family. I would highly recommend it. But if I enjoyed researching and organizing a trip by myself or were to go again, I would go to denali national park for a few days and hike more then go to whitter and do day cruises. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
We did a land tour first and then a seven night cruise southwards of the Inside Passage on the Pacific Princess. This was our first cruise and we are now hooked. The land tour which was also organised by Princess was well planned, we had a ... Read More
We did a land tour first and then a seven night cruise southwards of the Inside Passage on the Pacific Princess. This was our first cruise and we are now hooked. The land tour which was also organised by Princess was well planned, we had a great Tour Director with us who was very knowledgable and helpful, and we felt we learned a great deal about life in Alaska. The boarding process at Anchorage was well organised and we enjoyed being on a smaller ship of 670 passengers and around 300 crew. Food was excellent, particularly the buffet, the staff were attentive and cheerful, entertainment and presentations were also great and there were also lots of viewing areas on the boat without feeling too crowded. Our inside cabin 8036 was also great, plenty of storage, quiet, comfy bed and pillows and a lovely cabin steward. Good value for money as we were only in it to sleep. We thoroughly enjoyed our time on Pacific Princess and would recommend to others. Read Less
Sail Date August 2015
This was my first cruise on Princess and my first trip to Alaska. I am a middle-aged female and was traveling with a middle-aged female friend. We selected Princess based upon my travel agent's recommendation. We decided on the ... Read More
This was my first cruise on Princess and my first trip to Alaska. I am a middle-aged female and was traveling with a middle-aged female friend. We selected Princess based upon my travel agent's recommendation. We decided on the Pacific Princess for its small size - approximately 680 passengers. We flew to Anchorage on July 1, 2015 and landed at 10:30 p.m. The Princess rep was waiting for us at baggage claim and we, along with others, were transported to the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage. The hotel is conveniently located in downtown Anchorage and there is complementary wi-fi. Our room, with two queen beds, was extremely comfortable and we had a view of downtown Anchorage. We were very pleased with our room and service at this hotel. We had arranged for an extra night in Anchorage to sightsee in Anchorage on July 2nd. Two restaurant recommendations in Anchorage: Breakfast - The Red Chair Café, 337 E. 4th Avenue and Dinner - The Rustic Goat, 2800 Turnagan Street. You can walk to The Red Chair Café from the hotel, but you will need transportation from the hotel (and reservations) for The Rustic Goat. July 3rd we departed on a Princess land tour for the next three days - DIY (Do It Yourself). On this land tour, Princess provides the transportation and lodging and one is responsible for paying for food and arranging for excursions, if desired, although Princess does provide a selection of excursions from which to choose. We stayed at the Princess Mt. McKinley Lodge (one night) and the Princess Denali Lodge (two nights). The lodges were magnificent and the food prices reasonable. We booked through Princess the Sun Dog Kennel excursion in Talkeetna and the Tundra Wilderness Tour in Denali National Park and enjoyed both excursions. We boarded the Pacific Princess at approximately 4 p.m. on July 6th in Whittier after arriving via a Princess coach. Embarkation was quick and efficient. The Pacific Princess is a lovely small ship and I knew as soon as I boarded, this would be a special cruise. The ship is quite easy to learn due to its size. It's comfortable and I soon found that one of my favorite places during the cruise was the Pacific Lounge, on Deck 10, where I could occasionally sit and watch the scenery as well as listen to the naturalist's commentary (which was able to be heard here, outside on Decks 9 and 10 and in your cabin via the television). The naturalist on board as well as the enrichment activities really made this cruise special. Understanding and receiving information on what we were seeing made this cruise so much more enjoyable than just watching the scenery as we sailed. Additionally, when we cruised through Glacier Bay National Park, park rangers were onboard with commentary and activities. Libby Riddles, the first woman to win the Iditarod, came onboard in Juneau and gave an hour lecture. Jeff Schultz, the Official Iditarod Photographer, was also onboard. The enrichment activities available were outstanding. As this is a small ship, there is only one main dining room and it is traditional seating only, at 5:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. We had the first seating and I was very pleased with the service and the food in the main dining room. We were at a table for six. I had dinner in the main dining room and two breakfasts and did not go to either of the specialty dining venues, Sabatini's (Italian/Mediterranean) and Cagney's (steak). The food the two days I ate at the Panorama Buffet for lunch was good. Pizza is available from a small pizzeria counter in the buffet area and there are hamburgers, etc. available from a grill outside on Deck 9. I did not visit these venues, nor did I go to afternoon tea which is available every afternoon. The entertainment is in the Cabaret Lounge. I enjoyed the entertainment which was a few small production shows, a comedian, instrumentalist and a comedian/juggler. The quality of entertainment was good for the size of the ship, demographics on the ship and the space size. There was also a singer/musician , "Yukon Jerry" who performed in some of the smaller areas of the ship and was popular with the passengers. Activities on the ship were the standard cruise ship activities, ballroom and line dancing lessons, bingo, etc. There was a Klondike party and a 50's-60's party in the Pacific Lounge two evening which were fun and I attended both. There is a small casino on Deck 5 that I passed through occasionally, but didn't spend any time there. There is a spa on board and I used the thalassotherapy pool to soak in one day. It was too cold for the main pool to be used, although I did see a few children in it one day when it was in the low 60's as well as a few adults in the hot tubs. There are fitness classes available and a jogging track which I used to walk and get some exercise. The ports were Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan. I did a shore excursion through Princess at each port: Skagway: White Pass & Yukon Route Railway Juneau: Mendenhall Glacier, Salmon Hatchery and Salmon Bake Ketchikan: Totem Bight State Park and Lumberjack Show All of the excursions were excellent and also allowed me to spend additional time in each port. The demographics on this ship was 50+ There were only a handful of children on board. I can't comment on the children's program (if any), but this ship is not really focused on activities for children and a different ship would probably be a better choice for children. Disembarkation was by color coded tags that were placed on luggage the night before. It was very efficient and quick. We transferred via Princess coach to the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver as we had a two night post-cruise Vancouver/Victoria package with Princess. Summary: It was all about the destination for me -Alaska! Loved this cruise, the service and ship. I would sail with Princess again. Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
A little background for context - I'm 29, this was my first non-Caribbean cruise, my 2nd on Princess, and my first on one of the smaller ships. I'm writing this on the long flight home, so as to give me something to keep busy. ... Read More
A little background for context - I'm 29, this was my first non-Caribbean cruise, my 2nd on Princess, and my first on one of the smaller ships. I'm writing this on the long flight home, so as to give me something to keep busy. Monday, August 6: I traveled from NY to Seattle for an overnight there - I used frequent flyer miles to try and keep costs down. I traveled with my mom and we spent the day seeing the touristy stuff in Seattle - Pike's Place Market, Space Needle, etc. I cannot remember what restaurant we had dinner in, but I had some fabulous lamb ravioli. Tuesday, August 7: We booked air from Seattle to Anchorage via Alaska Air. We chose the 1:15pm flight so we wouldn't have to rush in the morning. What we forgot was the effect of changing time zones. We were awake and ready to go by 6am. So we went to the airport and got onto the 10am flight instead. If you go standby at the airport, rather than changing your reservation, the change is free. Our original flight was sold-out and possibly oversold, so I'm sure they were happy to reroute us. The flight was great and being able to rent their video player ($5 on that trip for 3+ hours) made the time fly by. We stayed at a B&B in Anchorage - Susitna Place. The room was less than half the cost of the hotels downtown and we were only 2 blocks from the downtown area, plus their elevated porch overlooked a lake and we could see Mt. McKinley. The bed was comfy and the continental breakfast was tasty. Almost all of the guests were getting on the Pacific Princess the next day with us, so it was nice to chat with fellow travelers. We were also allowed to drop bags off early or keep them there after check out time. As we gained a whole afternoon in Anchorage, we went out exploring. The museum was small, but nice. I'd recommend it if you have an hour or so. The whole downtown area is compact and easy to navigate. It's set up in a grid, so almost impossible to get lost in. Dinner was at the touristy brew house, but the food was surprisingly tasty and the beer was also quite good. It was very disorienting for the sun to be up so late at night. I was physically exhausted, but my mind was trying to say it wasn't time for bed yet, even though I could have really used the sleep. Once again, I was up WAY too early, and couldn't get back to sleep with the sun already up. Wednesday, August 8: Our transportation to the cruise ship was not picking us up until 1:30, so after breakfast, we set out to finish exploring Anchorage. At the federal building, there is a smallish museum area and films about Alaska. It is free to the public - funding comes from your tax dollars. We watched the movie about the 1964 earthquake, which was quite interesting, and took silly photos of taxidermied animals. (is that a word?) Lunch was at the Snow City cafe, supposedly a popular place among the locals. We enjoyed it. We'd arranged for transportation between Anchorage and Whittier through Alaska Leopard. (http://www.alaskanleopard.com/Tours/whittier.htm) We got a call on Tuesday saying that a large group had cancelled and that we would be the only passengers. They offered to take us at the same price in an SUV rather than in the 18 passenger bus. We were fine with that. I hadn't paid much attention to the "comedy" part of the tour, just the itinerary, when we booked it. The B&B owner said that the last time guests were dropped off by them, two clowns came out of the bus first. I got worried. I didn't really want to be two adults traveling with a clown. Thankfully, our guide was dressed normally. He did tell corny jokes, but that I can handle. Along the way, we stopped to look at some Dahl sheep on the mountainside and we just happened to catch the bore tide in Turnagain Arm. (http://alaska.org/bore-tides.jsp) It was only a few inches high, but still fascinating to see. The tunnel to Whittier was also interesting - vehicles are let in so there is enough space in the emergency shelters for everyone in case of emergency. After emerging from the tunnel, you see the very small village of Whittier and the ship. The Pacific Princess is small to begin with, and the enormity of the scenery made it look even smaller. After having been on many Caribbean cruises, I couldn't get over the scenery - mountains, glaciers, and snow. Dinner was open seating that night as many passengers did not arrive until just before the 7:30 lifeboat drill. We met some interesting people and because the ship is so small, we saw everyone many times throughout the week. The ship set sail in the middle of the 2nd dinner seating - there was no sailaway party like on many ships leaving at 5pm. The show that night was a production number or two by the performance group and vocals by a guest performer. We left after the spiel by the cruise director as we were tired and we'd be arriving at College Fjord around 6am the next morning. Our cruise director was Sammy Baker. She's originally from Juneau and did a great job. She was the first cruise director that didn't annoy me. She was excited and funny, but didn't cross the line into "would you please just stop". Thursday, August 9 - College Fjord Thank goodness for jetlag, because that's the only reason I was able to be up and wide awake for our 6am arrival in the area. We cruised by the various glaciers from 6-8am. I watched from the 5th floor deck area as the chairs there we much nicer than the deck chairs upstairs - they were wooden and padded, as opposed to plastic. As the ship is small, it was easy to scoot across to the other side if there was something to see there. There was a bear sighting on the shore, but without binoculars, I couldn't see it. I went to the aerobics class offered that day at 8:15. It was a decent class, but the space is quite small. If we'd had much more than the 5 participants that were there, it would have been a tight squeeze. After that, I used the treadmills (4 available) and elliptical (2 available, but one was broken) for my cardio. There are also a handful of nautilus machines, handweights, and a couple bikes in the small gym area. Strangely, there was never a wait to get on a machine (though it may not be the one you want), whereas on the Star Princess, with way more in their fitness center, had waiting lists. I think part of that was the older demographic on this cruise. Naturalist - Bruce Bauerle He narrated the time at the glaciers, talking about watermelon ice, ice worms, and trying to spot wildlife. He also talked about the movement of the glaciers through time and their effect on the mountains when they recede. I went to see his talk on whales after we left College Fjord and it was quite funny. He said that he often travels with an inflatable whale on a stick so that people can get a photo with a whale. I then grudgingly agreed to stay for the shopping presentation, though I read a book throughout most of it. My mom won a pair of sunglasses and I won a stuffed dog. It was really by virtue of sitting in the front. They have a lot of stuff to give away at those things and almost everyone there went home with something free. My jet lag caught up with me after lunch and what I'd intended to be a quick nap turned into four hours of sleep. The Pacific Princess has only one main dining room, so they still have assigned seating. We were part of the late seating. This was the first formal night. We found out that our assigned table was for 4. I was a bit disappointed as I'd requested the largest size table available. I enjoy meeting people and the more people at your dinner table, the more likely that it will be a pleasant dining experience. That said, no one came to join us and I was even more disappointed that we wouldn't be meeting anyone. Bruce (the naturalist) was also at a table by himself, so we invited him to join us. That was fun, as we got the inside scoop about the role of the naturalist and their contract with the cruise line. The show that night was Words & Music - it was a Broadway revue. Of the four singers, the lead female was quite good, the other female and the lead male were OK, and the other male was often singing out of his range. I had to laugh out loud during the Les Mis section, though, as here we are, people with decent incomes, in Alaska, watching young Australians sing about the French Revolution. Friday August 10 - Glacier Bay Day Let me begin by saying that Glacier Bay is a must do for an Alaskan cruise. It was a day of absolutely amazing scenery. I started the observation at the front of the ship on the top deck - 11. We snagged the last 2 deck chairs and started to whale watch. Luckily, we saw one breach. As time wore on, there started to be some adolescent jockeying for position and I had to relocate. I spent some time on the treadmill just watching the world (and the glaciers) go by. The best place for sightseeing, if you don't have a balcony, was off the back end outside the buffet. Water, iced tea, coffee, and cookies were within easy reach, too. People sat at the tables and took pictures of each other, let others in to get the perfect shot, and were much more genial than those from the morning. There was also virtually no wind back there. Once we got to the glaciers, the Captain simply circled the ship for awhile - 30 min? 60 min? I wasn't wearing a watch, so I really don't know. But it was several slow revolutions. Once I had enough sun (I got a bit burned), I discovered the Pacific Lounge. Indoors, glass walls, comfy chairs, and a bar. Picture taking wasn't the best, but if I turned the flash off and set my camera on landscape, I got a few decent shots. The show that night was Doug Anderson, a comedy magician. I normally do not enjoy magic. I find that most cruiseline comedy magician do variations on the same act. Doug's tricks were pretty routine, but he was actually funny. Maybe it had something to do with the much more intimate setting of a small ship lounge with ~75 ppl at the show rather than a theater with 2000 people in attendance. Saturday August 11 - Skagway Our first time back on land in several days! Our excursion was in the afternoon, so we spent the morning just walking and exploring the town. Our ship docked at the railroad station, which was convenient for the people taking excursions on it. The walk to the town was about 10-15 minutes, completely flat. My favorite part of Skagway was the salmon fishery. I heard it was part of the school in town, but I don't know for sure. I spent about an hour just watching the salmon run. I got some great pictures and video. I was close enough that I could have reached out and grabbed a salmon. I was glad that I'd spent the time there in the morning because by afternoon there were about a dozen kids in the river playing and trying to grab the fish. When I was there, it was just me for the majority of the time - very zen. Skagway is a pretty area. I'm not much for "historical recreation" stuff, so I didn't LOVE the town itself, but it was cute. There is a federally funding tourist building where I watched a movie about how women made money during the gold rush. It was interesting. Our excursion was a Hike and Float. (http://www.skagwayfloat.com/hike.htm) We were picked up on time by our guide at the pier. There were 6 people on the tour. Two college students who were ending their summer working at the gardens in Skagway by trying to see as much as possible, two 30something backpackers who decided to go on the excursion after they met at the hostel, and us. We hiked the first 2 miles of the Chilkoot Trail. It was one of the best parts of the trip and I was so glad we'd done it. The trail was actually a moderately tough hike. The cruiseship tour groups now hike the trail using poles because, as our guide said, several people had fallen during the summer. There are places where you have to use your hands for balance or else you're going over the side. We saw baby eagles on the float portion of the trip. It's a tour I recommend for people without and physical limitations. The show that night was comedian Randy Lubas. My mom thought he was funny. I laughed once or twice. It just wasn't my cup of tea. After that, we spent some time playing the penny slot machines and it was off to bed. Sunday August 12 - Juneau Once again, we had the morning to explore the city as our excursion was scheduled for 11am. There were many cruise ships in port that day and we were about a mile away from the main shopping area. There are public restrooms available outside the public library, which were convenient after that walk. I'm not so much into shopping for souvenirs, so I bought a few doo-dads for my dad and brothers and that was it. Our excursion this day was Glacier Kayaking through Alaska Travel Adventures. (http://www.bestofalaskatravel.com/al...a_kayaking.htm) The company sells through the cruiselines and to independent travelers. We were scheduled for 11am - with a large group from another cruise ship. We had to tell ATA which ship we were on, so I was a but surprised they didn't encourage us to travel with the people from our ship, since it would have cut down on the number of stops the bus driver would have had to make. It turns out we knew some people from our ship on the excursion, but they were finishing as we were arriving at the launch site. The large group was split into 3 smaller groups of 5 kayaks (2 people each) plus a guide. The kayaks were equipped with a rudder and pedals, which made steering much easier, since the lake we paddled across was quite large. We made our way slowly across, with the guide giving us information and helping to spot wildlife. We saw eagles and a couple seals. By the time we paddled all the way back, I will admit that my arms were a bit tired. Libby Riddles gave a presentation on the ship about her experiences in dogsledding. She was the first woman to win the Iditarod. It was interesting and I was glad to have seen it. As this was the second formal night, it was the Past Guest party. Unlike the Captain's Cocktail party where it's tough to get more than one drink, the waitstaff was freely handing out non-watered down drinks. I'd say there were maybe 40-50 people there. The Captain and his wife were in attendance and the Pacific Lounge was a nice spot to have it. After dinner that night, we went to Karaoke. I have some nice video of the Captain joining in the fun to sing. That's something you probably won't see on the mega-ships. I popped into the show to see a little of it. It was called Tribute and was a medley of Beach Boys songs, Rat Pack songs, and something else. I was happy to have missed the majority of the beach section and the Rat Pack portion wasn't bad as I really like that type of music. That was also the night of the Champagne Waterfall. When I was on the Star Princess, they held that event in the atrium and it just seemed like as odd space - too crowded and the acoustics made it quite noisy. On the Pacific Princess, it was in the Pacific Lounge. We enjoyed the silly dances (Electric Slide, conga line, the cruise staples) and watching others do silly dances. This was also the night of the new moon and the best night for watching the August meteor shower. The Captain arranged to have the deck lights turned off for a few hours to enhance viewing. We were so far north that the view was spectacular. You could see the entire Milky Way and the meteors were easy to spot. I must have seen a dozen or more in less than 30 min. The only other time the sky had been that clear was when I was in the Boundary Water (MN). Monday August 13 - Ketchikan Unfortunately, we had to tender this day. Fortunately, the tender service was the best I'd ever experienced. With such a small passenger load, and tenders carrying about 100 people, there was no need for tender tickets and very little wait for the tender to leave. This was the only day where we ate a meal at the buffet. We had to get off the ship for our excursion before the dining room opened for lunch, so there was no choice. The food was edible, but nothing to write home about. We were scheduled to go on a canoeing excursion through Alaska Travel Adventures. (http://www.bestofalaskatravel.com/al...rest_canoe.htm) The last tender time was moved up and we were afraid that we wouldn't get back to the ship in time, so we called the company. It turned out that there had been a mistake and the only canoeing excursion scheduled for that day was at 8am, before we'd even arrived in port. They were very accommodating and put us on another excursion - a boat ride and some mild hiking. (http://www.bestofalaskatravel.com/al...ess_cruise.htm) The group was only 10 people, including our ship's fitness instructor and one of the women working in the salon. A small group was nice, and we enjoyed it, but it was an excursion I wouldn't have chosen. I skipped the show that night. It was a singer - Darren Lynton. We didn't care for him the first night, so didn't want to go through it again. The party for the night as Country & Western, also not my cup of tea. I *did* go up to see what was going on and saw a large group of people learning to line dance who seemed to be having a great time. Instead, we stayed at the casino bar until they closed and then went to watch the meteor shower again. While the deck lights were on this time, we were far enough from any other light pollution that you could still see a lot. Let me comment on the Pacific Princess margaritas. A standard margarita ($4.95) comes in a glass the size of your head - think the extra large glasses for the froofy cocktails at TGIFridays. I don't think there was an extraordinary about of alcohol in them, so I suspect they were mostly mixer. They were a lot of fun to drink, though. August 14 - day at sea (and the last installment of this review) The first thing I remember doing this day was the Culinary Demo at 10am. It was cute - there were cooking and cake decorating demos along with silly jokes. And the tour of the galley is always interesting. It was actually two floor with an escalator on this ship, which was interesting. I spent most of the rest of the day reading by the pool and lounging in the hot tub. The last day at sea never seems very restful since you have to pack up all your stuff, so I wanted to try and rest as much as a could before heading back into the real world. The show for late seating was actually before dinner this night. I assume to allow people to pack after dinner and/or go to bed early. Both comedians came back, but this time I though Randy Lubas was funny and Doug Anderson was not. The farewell Karaoke was a lot of fun. There were an awful lot of people in the casino bar area, but I was lucky enough to get a seat at the bar. After that shut down around 11, I went to check out the disco and it was already completely empty. August 15 - debarkation With such a small ship, debarkation was very easy. Very few lines, no gigantic warehouse of luggage to search through. It took us longer to get a cab than it took to get off this ship, get our luggage, and go through customs. Read Less
Sail Date August 2007
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