Ruby Princess Cruise Review to Transatlantic

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4 out of 5

Stylin' It TransAtlantic!

Sail Date: April 18, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

The deck plans of the Ruby Princess are very familiar to Princess cruisers. If you're in a hurry to dine between the days activities and the evening's entertainment, the buffet lines are wonderfully convenient and relatively quick.

A constant parade of comedians, jugglers, big production shows and rock bands will keep you on the go from dinner until well past bedtime. The Cruise Director, James, and his sidekick, Martin, are absolutely perfect for their jobs. We've never seen two nuttier, entertaining people in our lives.

Pros: The entertainment was top notch, and there were endless activities all day as well.

Cons: There was a great variety of desserts, but very few were actually sweet enough to satisfy a hard-core sweet tooth.

Recommends Ruby Princess? Yes!

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