The Sapphire Princess is a luxurious, decadent way to spend a week! Where else can you dine out in fine restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner? You get to know your waiter personally. He knows what you like and dislike. The afternoon teas in the Pacific Moon dining room were spectacular. The warm scones with jam and whipped cream are not to be missed. Every afternoon I would scurry back to the ship in time for afternoon tea! The bar prices are surprisingly reasonable, so of course I had to make my way through the cocktail list. The wine tasting was a treat, we got to sample a 2004 Opus One- well worth the $25 tasting price. The hardest part of the cruise is sacrificing one activity for another.
A Mexican Marvel!
Sail Date: March 01, 2010
Pros: The English scones at afternoon tea served by white-gloved waiters!
Cons: Receiving the disembarkation notice on the last night of the cruise!
Recommends Sapphire Princess? Yes!