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Emerald Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Our First - and Last - Cruise on the Emerald Princess

Review for Emerald Princess to Canary Islands
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2016

This was our 17th cruise - the 4th with Princess, the remainder with P&O. Our previous Princess ships were the Island, the Regal and the Royal, so we knew what to expect - or so we thought!

It's my fault - I should have done my homework better. The Emerald Princess is smaller than the Island, yet carries almost 1000 more passengers. It really should be renamed the 'SS Sardine'.

The good - our cabin was very good. Immaculate and kept so by a very friendly and efficient cabin stewardess. It was on C deck, so had a very generous balcony, only half of which was overlooked by the deck above. So far so good.

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