Emerald Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

7+ cruises


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3 out of 5

Local Cruise Gem

Sail Date: February 01, 2015

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Cruised on this very ship back in 2007 in Mediterranean - pleased to see it has been well-kept and maintained in top condition. Even in rough seas the stabilization features provided a very smooth ride.

Pros: Smoothest/quickest embarkation and disembarkation of any cruise I've taken

Cons: Scheduling of onboard activities

Recommends Emerald Princess? Yes!

Ship Quality
The elevators are a bit small\, especially when a wheelchair or electric scooter enters. Ship was kept very clean but never saw crew performing cleaning duties - middle of night?
Food and Dining
Nice variety of menu choices (traditional fixed-time dining). Portions were adequate and there was flexibility in selecting items (i.e.\, made up our own surf & turf meal)
Cabin / Stateroom
Inside stateroom very comfortable and roomy enough. In room only to change clothes & sleep so didn't miss extras.
Service and Staff
Staff did a great job treating guests - trying to make the time as enjoyable as possible. No negative attitudes were noted.
Improvement needed. Nothing available late-night for adults. Broadway-type shows are tired and akin to a high school musical. Many daily activities were set for same times so many were missed.

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