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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Ruby Princess to the Western Mediterranean
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Skooker
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2012
Cabin: Balcony

I will try to make this short, but I can see already it won't be. I do not want to waste more time on Princes so there may be some dyslexic spelling and some short form sentences below. My English teacher may not be happy. I will start by saying this is my first cruise but have travelled well in North America, all the Southern islands, and this was my honeymoon.

The Decor and room.

I swear the colors and materials of the stateroom were in my 1990 33 foot Sea Ray boat. The balcony was huge and very comfortable. The bed hard and somehow short. Bath shower incredibly tight but all and all a decent size sate room. The rest of the decor in the ship, not luxurious and rather dull. I expected more class or imagination for a newer ship. Noisey room with kids running up and down the halls playing games in the hall. Could hear the theatre above. Once smoke stack fumes came onto out balcony. Over all the room was fine.

Cabin Review

Balcony

Cabin BC

C635. Great balcony. Big, lots of chairs. Confusing shower, water taps. Small shower. Location on ship good for access to things elsewhere. Service in the room good. Nothing mechanicaly wrong in the room.

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