You need to be ok with a more intimate shipboard experience, but I thought that added a special flavor to the trip.
Only take this ship if you are going somewhere that requires a small vessel. Bring a ton of sunblock and good velcro water shoes. I recommend Keen.
There are no lines, when you dine on the lido deck, and the only line is if you go to the dinning room early.
Don't sail on this ship
we enjoyed the size of the ship( small)
Remember that it's a smaller ship.
It's been a while (November of 2012) but we absolutely loved this ship and everything about her.
Because the ship is small (which is a great quality) there is probably more rocking and rolling than on a bigger ship when seas are rough.
The small ship is ideal for practically everything: 1) Quick embarkation and disembarkation 2) Always seats available for attending shows 3) No waiting at the food court 4) Small group excursions
Try the Chef's table. It was the most amazing experience. It cost $99 per person but you would have pain $400 for a dinner like it. The food was spectacular and the wine good. The dinner also included a gift of a picture of the group and a personal picture with the chef - also a signed $50 cookbook
This is Princesses smallest ship. Allows you to get to know other passengers and crew. The smaller ship allows more docking and less tendering in smaller ports
This was the first time cruising with Princess and both Jose and I are very impressed with Pacific Princess. We felt like we were among family members and the customer service that we had was spectacular. I already have the itinerary for all of the sailings of PA Princess. We' ll go back again.
It's a lovely old ship, very stately in décor and design but a little too dated for my taste.
Check out the details of your final day and plan ahead.
The staff was very friendly and we'll managed. The ship was the perfect size for the itinerary.
At times the wait staff in The morning seemed confused in the dining room.
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