Dawn Princess Cruise Review to Mexico

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1 cruise (first)


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5 out of 5

An awesome first cruise experience!

Sail Date: April 06, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The ship was amazing! There was no lack of opportunity to expereince different activities. From the shows to the individual performers, everything was done at a very professional level. The ship was clean and well presented.

Pros: The variety of things to do on the ship and in port.

Cons: Constantly being bombarded to spend more money.

Recommends Dawn Princess? Yes!

Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Holy cow! 24-hour buffet, room service, dining rooms...the selection of restaurants and meals was unlimited.
Cabin / Stateroom
We took abalcony cabin and enjoyed every moment. Watching sunsets and sunrises off the balcony as well as simply enjoying the ocean was well worth it!
Service and Staff
Everyone we passed offered a smile and a greeting; very friendly staff.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
The Coastal Highlights tour was the best shore excursion we did.
Don't Miss: Must see the CactiMundo in San Juan del Cabo!
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Skip the Wal-Mart...
Don't Miss: See the sand sculptures in old town!
Mazatlan, Mexico
The folkloric dancers were entertaining, but again we were faced with the ever present vendors hawking their wares.
Don't Miss: The cathedral is absolutely beautiful.

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