Regal Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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3 out of 5

Western Caribbean Princess Cruise

Sail Date: January 17, 2016

Reviewed: 10 months ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Balcony

Seven day cruise to Western Caribbean, stops at the Prtincess Cays, Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island, Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico.  At Cozumel, ship docked ca. 3 miles from major portion of town so getting there required either a taxi or a long walk.  Pretty standard cruise, two of seven days at sea.  Regal Princess is relatively new so a nice ship, just too many passengers (ca. 3,600).  Although some entertainment was very good (Polonia String Quartet), remainder was sub-par.  Ports of call are typical with too many tourist in one place, excursions are pricey.  If you want a cruise to get out of cold weather in the winter, this one is ok.   

Ship Quality
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Food and Dining
Ft. Lauderdale (Port Everglades), Florida
Princess Cays (Cruise Line Private Island)
George Town, Grand Cayman
Costa Maya (Mahahual), Mexico
Did one of the excursions to Mayan ruins and it was worth the 2 hour bus ride. And, of course, the 2 hour ride back to the ship.
Cozumel, Mexico

Tip

If you have Anytime Dining but want to eat near a certain time, call early!



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