Coral Princess Cruise Review to Panama Canal, Central America

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4 out of 5

Westbound Panama Canal on Coral Princess

Sail Date: November 07, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Suite

Had a mini suite on the Coral Princess.  It was one of the smaller ships of the Princess line that I have been on but the mini suite was quite spacious.  

The passage though the Panama Canal was a bucket list for me.  Loved that Princess had a lot of opportunities to learn about the history.  On the day of passage, one of the staff named, Bill, narrated the whole passage. So interesting.

 

Loved Columbia-had a great tour guide.  Costa Rica was ok, too.  Nicaragua was a disappointment.  Part of our tour had to be cancelled.

 

The food was pretty good, although.  Many options.  The one thing I like about Princess is that many of the entrees (not like the prime rib or lobster)  they serve in the dining room; they also serve at the buffet-so if you've been at the pool and don't want to gt dressed, it's convenient.

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Tip

Best gluten free pizza!



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