A very nice cruise

Pacific Princess Cruise Review to South Pacific - Tahiti

Experience: 2-3 cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 13

Overall Rating:

4 out of 5
Sail Date: October 01, 2007
Ship: Pacific Princess
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 8 years ago

Our trip was Tahiti to Hawaii in 11 days/ We flew on Air Tahiti then the boat trip and flew home. To make the beds softer we ordered, for free, egg crate matress covers. Our room was on deck 3 and only had a port hole but it was much better than friends who were on deck 6 that covered the window with a life boat, also less roll on deck 3. We did't get to stop at Christmas Island, low tides. Eat dinner ever night in the club room, always good food slection, the rest of time at the buffet. My wife went to program to learn line dancing but the roll of the ship was too much for her. I went to a couple of Chess programs but no body show up, not even the director?? They had a good Ping Pong program. The pool was warm and very good but the hot tubs dials didn't work. The shore trips were great. On first Island 4 of us rented a taxi for about 3 hours and cost $35 each and it had air. On Boro Boro we reserved a 4X4 way ahead for the AM run, cooler and it was the thrill of a life time. It was the best 4X4 of any of the islands the boat went to. We paid about $2300 each for 11 days but there were about 80 people on board that paid about the same and got 22 days of cruising. Here is the way they did it. Prices drop after there is 90 days or less so buy one cruise from Vacations to go.com,Hawaii to Tahiti about $ 900 and also the return cruise from Tahiti to Hawaii $ 900 total $1800 + R/T air to Hawaii for us from Portland $500 Have twice the fun at the same cost and save the whole day flight to Tahiti, 14 hours.

Pros: Very good intertainment

Cons: the ship always had a little roll to it

Recommends Pacific Princess? Yes!

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