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Sapphire Princess Cruise Review to U.S. - Pacific, Northwest


Contributor Level: Deck Hand
Experience: 7+ cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 2

Overall Rating:

3.0 out of 5
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7 Night Pacific Coastal (Vancouver To Los Angeles)
Sail Date: September 20, 2008
Ship: Sapphire Princess
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 8 years ago
It was a good cruise. Especially enjoyed San Francisco.

Food and Dining

3 out of 5
We had anytime dining. The dining room was quite full early in the evening. We were always willing to share so we could get in earlier.

Entertainment

5 out of 5

Service and Staff

5 out of 5

Ship Quality

5 out of 5

Cabin / Stateroom

5 out of 5
3 out of 5
Snorkeling at Lovers Cove is difficult. It is a rocky beach that you must cross to get in the water. Have to watch out for glass bottom boats while snorkeling since small area.
5 out of 5
We went to Muir Woods. Loved seeing the redwoods. Salsalito was a waste of time. We tried to get something to eat but lines were to long. The shops did not interest us.
Don't Miss: The seals at Pier 39
5 out of 5
Did best of Nanaimo to get a overview of port. Did not get to explore on our own as we tendered back after excursion and then because of tendering didn't go back because of time it would take.

Pros: Ports

Cons: Any time dining

Recommends Sapphire Princess? Yes!

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