Pacific Princess Cruise Review to South Pacific - Tahiti

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2-3 cruises


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3 out of 5

Great Cruise

Sail Date: November 01, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

We thoroughly enjoyed our cruise. We did mostly water based activities\, and this is what you should be wanting to do in this area. We liked out land tour on Moorea\, with William and found his prices in his pearl shop to be reasonable. We didn't do a land or water tour in Nuku Hiva\, and should have\, so we found it boring here\, although the scenery was lovely. The drift snorkel in Raiatea and the snorkel/shark/rays in Bora Bora were well worth doing. Fr. Polynesia itself is incredibly expensive with $25 to $30 for hamburgers/sodas/fries for two

Pros: Lots of different ports and activities and food and service were great

Cons: Cruise was fair value for what you got

Recommends Pacific Princess? Yes!

Ship Quality
We found not enough activities on board on the sea days
Food and Dining
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Service and Staff
The dance/singing shows were good. The comedians were very poor. One was billed as a musician/comedian...could sing and play and should just stay with that

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