Sapphire Princess Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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4-6 cruises


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5 out of 5

The Cruise was great !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sail Date: May 01, 2006

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

We sailed on the Sapphire Princess on 5-25-06. It was a beautifull ship and could not have catered more to the guests. I thouroughly enjoyed the computer classes. I took four of them on editing your pictures. The entertainment was fabulous. The cruise directors were wonderful and made you feel very welcome at each event. Everything was very organized.
The only suggestions I would have is comediens who make references to older people. We are older and do not need to be reminded. The tender process could be improved by taking people ashore who have already booked tours ahead of time so they do not miss them.

Pros: Relaxation and entertainment.

Cons: Tenders to Ketchican and Departure in VanCouver.

Ship Quality
The ship overall was outstanding. Made you feel like royalty.
Food and Dining
Delicious and well presented. Waiters were very attentative. The attitude changed slightly on the morning of departure.
Cabin / Stateroom
Beautiful rooms.
Service and Staff
They made you feel like royalty.
I loved the photo computer classes. Would not take time at home for them. There was so much great entertainment. The only problem was not being able to get to more of them scheduled at the same time.

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