A Week Aboard the Caribbean Princess
The Caribbean Princess, launched in 2004, has been very well maintained and is a enjoyable experience. The crew is very well trained and all that we chatted with seem to love their job. All aspects of the services provided were very good. Our inside "Handicapped Access" cabin was large enough to accomadate our 2 scooters without impeding our movement within it. The ship is easy to get around in, and has plenty of elevators which insures that waits to change decks are short. We found the food to be above average at both the Buffets and the Dining Rooms. The embarkation and disembarkation experiences were painless and well organized. It has been our experience that Princess has always provided a pleasurable experience, and they did not disappoint us on this our 73rd cruise.
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Everybody seems to delay going to the buffet breakfast until the last half hour of serving time, resulting in a wait on line for a few minutes. A Favorite place to sit and read or just daydream is on Deck 15 aft on the Lido. It has shade, lovely view and relative quiet. An Adults only pool too.