Regal Princess

4.1 out of 5
Price: $ $ $ $     Size: L     Built: Nov 2014    
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Regal Princess is a large ship, carrying 3600 passengers and crew, and sails from Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida and Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Good Trip-Poor beginning

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
4 out of 5

great ports

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ports and dinner were tops. food service during day needs work and need a longer stay in Stockholm. Breakfast in Concerto Room was horrid with slow service and poorly cooked food. Lunch time was a disaster when in port. They even ran out of clean plates. Entertainment was below average at best. dinner was great  with great service and  excellent food

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

Our best one so far

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Every area of service during the cruise proved to be the best in what they were assigned . BEYOUND OUR EXPECTATIONS

A++ for 

FRONT DESK,  food and beverage. Entertainment Shows, on board activities, stores on board, speciality restaurants on board, room stewards, dining staff, art gallery, .    A++ for

overall cleanliness , embankment check in, disembarkment ease, 

one one negative comment would be that Shore excursion prices offered by the cruise line were not compatative with the current market price.  Buying from TJ TOURS online cost us almost half the price  than what cruise line had to offer.  Not recommended buying from the cruise line. 

 

 

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
5 out of 5

Escandinavia trip

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

 We really enjoyed this trip. My cabbage place was Berlin, Tallinn, st Petersburg and Helsinki. The only think I coughs say is that we needed more time in Berlin and Stockholm. But, overall we visited a lot of places and we had a taste of each of them. The cruise was great, we had 2 mini suites with balcony, witch really enjoyed them, especially because we were there for 11 nights. The food and service was outstanding! We are a family of 5 with kids between 20 and 25 and even though there weren't too many young people (I think because of the itinerary and the cost of the trip) they still enjoyed it a lot and it was a great and very recommendable family trip. I, also, would like to thank Debra Davis (from AA) who did an excellent job in helping us to organize this trip, also she followed up before the departure to make sure we had all the documents we needed, and to wish us a great trip. She was always willing to help us when we needed before the trip. I will definitely continue working with her for our future cruises!

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
3 out of 5

CRUISE

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Large Group

THE CRUISE WAS FANTASTIC.

I HAD PROBLEMS AND ANXIETY, BECAUSE I DID NOT RECEIVE INFORMATION ABOUT MI ELIGIBILITY TO GET O BOARD.

I TOOK THE RISK, AND FORTUNATELY I WAS IN THE PASSENGER LIST/

I DID NOT RECEIVE THE TAGS FOR MY LUGGAGE.

FORTUNATELY I SOLVED ALL THE SITUATIONS THERE, AND MI NAME WAS IN MY CABIN.

INCREDIBLE.  I CALLED 4 TIMES WITHOUT ANSWER, NO BODY KNEW.CryingCrying

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
4 out of 5

Cruise Feedback

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The itinerary was fabulous!  Border control in St Petersburg was an issue on Day 1, coming back on ship...since I am a retired Air Force general, they brought me into a backroom for an interrogation while my wife had to wait outside.  The service on board was the best we have ever had, and we've been on over 20 cruises.  In particular, we would like to single out the Vines Steward, Franky Panca Septiando (unbelievably personable and hard working), the Buffet Steward at Alfredo's, Danijela Peno (our first meal on ship, and she personified the expression "first impressions last" by going above and beyond to help us settle in), and our stateroom steward, Joseph Joson (the best room steward we have ever had; prompt and courteous).  The food was average, hence the overall 4-star rating.

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Contributor Level: Purser
1 out of 5

Do not book on Princess Cruise.

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

 Everything did not meet my expectation, since day one of our cruise.

Telling everyone not to book with Princess Cruise.

I had a very high expectation before I left, but got very disappointed since day one.

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Contributor Level: Purser
4 out of 5

Good Cruise

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Couple

The ports were all great. we enjoyed the tours and i think our tour guides were some of the best we have had anywhere and were very knowledgeable we were impressed. the buffet and restaurants that were included were fair at best, Not what i expected from Princess. The specialty restaurants that were extra were worth the money. Overall i would recommend this cruise for the itinerary and price and the ship was very nice Happy

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Contributor Level: Deck Hand
2 out of 5

Baltic Cruise May 2017

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Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

We liked going into Russia and many other countries but I think it would have been better to do less countries and spend more time in each one.  The food was ok--not the ritz but ok.  The service was good.  We had never been on a cruise before and it was disappointing on many levels.  We hated that they  were constantly trying to sell us something.  We went to have a massage and instead of giving us the opportunity to savor it, immediately there were two people trying to sell us expensive oils.  We purchased a drink card and got watered down sodas during the whole trip--now by our estimation, if you've spent good money on an expensive cruise, the Princess Cruise should give you a bottle or a can of soda (with ice if you want it)!  We don't drink watered down sodas at home, why should we drink them on a cruise ship?  Also, it was way too cold on this trip--uncomfortably cold.  Not a good idea to travel at this time. 

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5 out of 5

Opening cruise of the season

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This was the opening cruise for the 2017 season, so we expected a few bumps in the road. The Copenhagen Denmark facilities are great, but hard to get to. Airport to pier was about $70 US. Arriving the day before departure helps a lot and you can have time to actually see Copenhagen. First stop is Oslo, Norway. Lots to see on the way in and ashore. A sea day was next and allowed time to settle in. Next stop Germany. Pier is in Warnemunde with not much to see. Excursions or travel elsewhere (lots of trips to Berlin) are a must. Another sea day and then to Tallin, Estonia. Old town is very charming and a walk around tour is a must. St. Petersburg, Russia was down right ugly, except of course the museums. Very crowded!! Do not take a coat to the Hermitage. Stuff sack with down sweater worked for me and save about 30 minutes on coat check. Helsinki, Finland nice but a little stark. Nynashamn, Sweden is about 45 minutes from Stockholm. Take an excursion or its a wasted trip. Stockholm was great.

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Promenade Deck

The Promenade Deck features the Princess Theater upper level, Calypso Cove, Limelight, Princess Art Gallery, Essence, Meridian Bay, Crooner's, Ocean Terrace...

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Plaza Deck

The Plaza Deck features the Lotus Spa, The Enclave, Beauty Salon, Shore Excursions Desk, Passenger Services, Sabatini's, The Piazza, International Cafe,...

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Lido Deck

The Lido Deck features staterooms in categories M6, MC, MF, DC, DF, DZ, BC, BF, BZ, IC, and IF, as well as Prego, Mermaid's Tail, Trident Grill, the Fountain...

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Fiesta Deck

The Fiesta Deck features the Princess Theater lower level, Churchill's, Club 6, Princess Casino, Photo & Video Gallery, Bellini's, Alfredo's, Concerto...

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Carol28
Contributor Level: Purser

If you want to eat in the "specialty" dining rooms make sure to make your arrangements when you board for the week as their availability for same day or day before dining is non existent

JeffandJeri
Contributor Level: Second Mate

There are only two stair wells that go above the 7th floor. If you like to walk the steps and avoid the elevator lines, be aware they are only located at the far front and aft of the ship.

balvarez
Contributor Level: Third Mate

Allow extra time to get back to the ship due to tendering in lifeboats at Princess Cay.

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Price

L

Size

Nov 2014

Built

3600

Total Passengers

15

Number of Decks

1780

Total Cabins

36

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