Good Cruise for OLD Cruisers
Ruby Princess Cruise Review to Coastal - West Coast
Review summaryPrincess Ruby is a nice ship and does food the correct way. The afternoon tea was very nice touch. The main problem with the curise is half the staff was great and half was not very good. The other problem that might keep us off the ship in the future is I am 59 years old and felt the music and activities were geared for people older than me. An example is their Rock and Roll Trivia as 50's rock and roll. I expected Rock and Roll to be 60's and 70's at the latest. The late night club music had the same problem. Thier activities were mainly trivia, bingo and art auctions. It would have been nice to have activies for people between 20 and 60. If you want a cruise to relax and eat this is the one for you. If you want things to do this is not the cruise for you.
Food and Dining
Not a lot of people knew about this place because it is hidden in plain site. Great sandwiches and deserts. Just be prepared for staff that is NOT friendly. The bar next to the International Café is not very friendly and makes it hard to get a drink. I would get the food and do some ware else to get my drink.
The casino was very nice. They just need to run the craps table more hours. They have a electronic poker table that was fun.
There is NO Princess Links. At one time there was a miniature golf but it is gone. They still have the golf clubs and balls but no course. We did have fun putting around the deck but they should not advertise Princess Links.
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Go to the afernoon Tea. It was fun and a time to meet new people.