My husband an I took the Princess on a New England&Canada cruise 2 years ago. The cabin was great - great amount of space to get all my clothes out of the cases and into the closet!!! Great bath and toiletries-didn`t really need to bring my own. Met many interesting people from all over the world on board. Our dining options were expanded by many restaurants being open for indiviual reservations, beyond the 1st or 2nd seating you sign up for. Many great entertainment options - hollywood style shows, several different lounges specifically devoted to dancing-midnight shows, etc. Well- planned shore excursions. Downside - try to get a cabin toward the middle of the ship, otherwise you will spend your time hiking back and forth!!! There`s also not quite enough outside deck space below the main pool areas - found myself taking alot of elevators up to the top to get some fresh air - try to get a cabin wiith a balcony. Our ship was so big and so well-built we took a n`reaster right about opposite Massachusetts with absolutely no trouble. Cabin crew and staff are excellent - food was very nice - not quite as good as the HollandAmerica line -but very tasty. I highly recommend - we`re taking the Princess again in the carribean. Good casino, too
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