Wonderful cruise and ports of call!
10 Night Panama Canal Adventure (San Juan To Acapulco)
Sail Date: February 09, 2007
Ship: Regal Princess Retired
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 8 years ago
Review SummaryThis was only my second cruise and my husband's first. The ship was smaller than the other Princess cruise I had been on, but that wasn't a bad thing. We never felt crowed. There were a lot of clubs/bars on board with entertainment in each nightly so there was plenty of options. If I had anything negative to say about the Regal Princess it would be that you couldn't walk the full ship on the prominade deck, just up and down each side. You had to cross through the ship to get to the other side of the prominade deck. However there was a walking/jogging track above the pools that was a continous circle.
Ports Of Call
Pros: I loved having the privacy to just relax, whether it was in our stateroom, on one of the decks or out by the pools. My husband and I came home refreshed and rejuvinated.
Cons: My least favorite part of the cruise was that we didn't have much time (2 hours) in a couple of the ports of call.
Recommends Regal Princess Retired? Yes!
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