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Regal Princess

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About
Passengers: 3,560   |   Crew: 1,346
Passengers to crew: 2.64:1
Passengers to space: 39.6:1
Launched: 2014   

Decks

  • Deck 4
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
  • Deck 8
  • Deck 9
Additional decks
Deck 4 layout
 
Amenities
Medical Center
Tender Embarkation
Tender Embarkation

Cabins

Balcony
Cabin size: 222 - 233 sq. ft.
Connected rooms: 26
Accessible rooms: 22
Maximum passengers: 4
Number of cabins: 1088
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Jill C wrote a review Jun 2020
Bushkill, Pennsylvania7 contributions1 helpful vote
This was my fourth cruise and my second princess cruise. I went with my family. I had an inside room while the rest of my family had a suite, a balcony and an interior. My cruise was seven days and the cruise was full of activities. Every night there was movies under the stars that showed fairly new movies. All time dining in the buffet and included diner in the dining rooms every night. Or you could pay for nice specialty dining. The pool deck was very convenient with food and drinks on that deck. The staff was friendly. Even though there are kids clubs and the ship is kid friendly Princess is more traditional so kids might not like it as much as other lines.
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jeffssweetheart wrote a review Mar 2020
Tillamook, United States23 contributions3 helpful votes
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We were on this cruise from March 1, 2020 - March 9, 2020 (we were supposed to disembark on March 8, 2020). We have many things that could have been very negative happen while we were on this trip. There was a medivac situation that made us late to our next port. The Captain did everything he could to catch up some time. When it was apparent that would not happen, Princess did a great job rescheduling our excursion. When we were supposed to return to Ft Lauderdale on March 8, the CDC would not let our ship dock until 2 crew members where tested for the Coronavirus. The Captain kept us as informed as he could all day long. The crew provided the same great service we had all week - food, drinks, entertainment, etc. When we finally docked, there was another medical issue that had to be taken care of before we could disembark. We ended up disembarking approximately 15 hours late. The Princess crew did their best to get us off the ship as quickly as possible. I just want to give major Kudos to Princess and their crew for the way they handled all those situations. For the cruise itself...This was our third cruise with Princess. The other 2 times we cruised on the Ruby Princess. I do not think the food was as good on the Regal Princess. However, it was not terrible. They did have the pistachio pudding in the International café on multiple days. As always, it was delicious. Our cabin steward, Chris Asia, was wonderful! He took great care of us and always made sure that our cabin was in good order. He was friendly every time we interacted with him. He helped get our tv working each time it had issues, even 3 times in one night and he never seemed bothered by the request. Our wait staff was AMAZING!!! Vlatko is funny, quick witted, friendly, hard-working and a great waiter. It was such a pleasure having him serve us each night, so much so that we searched for him the extra day we were on the ship so that we could again sit in his serving section (Even though they had moved him from where he served all week long). His Jr. waiter was Diana. She was friendly and so good at playing along with all of Vlatko's crazy stories, such as Diana having to catch the cow for our steaks, or having to dive off the ship to get our scallops. She also is a hard-worker. One night when Diana was not feeling well, we had Jeffrey as the Jr. Waiter. We didn't see him much, but he seemed friendly. The steel drum class was so much fun! Over all, it was just a wonderful vacation. I would totally recommend a cruise with Princess and the Regal Princess crew.
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Marie A wrote a review Mar 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
During our 12 hour quarantine they did Everything! to take care of everything Congratulations on a job well done
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Realtor_Craig_maine wrote a review Mar 2020
Portland, Maine3 contributions3 helpful votes
The Regal Princess is a nice ship and has pleasant areas but as a whole , for the price, fell short. This was my 20th cruise and 7th with Princess. It had been about 10 years since sailing with Princess and since their prices are higher I thought maybe they still offered a greater product but that was not the case. My deluxe balcony cabin was very tiny and the "mini suites" on my deck (15) where the size of a regular balcony cabin on other Princess ships and other lines. They have added a lot of interior cabins so they had to decrease the size of the exterior cabins. There is no promenade on this ship which was a surprise and although there is a jogging track at the back of the ship on the top deck, it's not quite the same. The food was good throughout the ship, but of lesser quality than in the past. I really missed the soufles that princess used to be known for. The grand chocolate buffet that was always fun to check out has also gone away. But the various fish and seafood dishes were all very good and the pizza in Alfredos was also a delight. I'm not one to nit pick over things so I won't but the ship is just not as beautiful as many others. It's perfectly adequate, just nothing special. I felt as though you could see where costs where cut everywhere. It's a mass produced cruise ship, clearly the product of Carnival. A highlight and one huge plus on this ship were the production shows onboard. Great cast with amazing energy put on some impressive shows. Some of the best I've seen on any ship. The staff gets mixed reviews. For the first half of the cruise the staff was quite unfriendly and surprisingly downright rude in some cases. It was very apparent that they were just going through the motions. We walked up to a bar on the 2nd night and we couldn't tell if the bartender was closing down or just tidying up so we went over. She looked right at us, didn't say a word, and kept doing what she was doing. We stood there for a couple minutes, all the while she said absolutely nothing. Not," hi, I'm closing down" or anything. But yet looked right at us several times. So incredibly rude. In the dining room the waiter asked for our drink order. There were 3 of us at the table. 2 of us gave our drink order and just as the 3rd was ready to say what they wanted, the waiter turned around and just walked away. It was so strange, I've never experienced anything like that. The second half of the cruise the staff seemed a little better and there were some very friendly and helpful members. All in all I had a great time, as I always do, but for our tiny "deluxe" balcony cabin the price we paid was way too much. My advice, wait for a really good sale.
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cctyu68 wrote a review Mar 2020
Richmond Hill, Canada2,467 contributions94 helpful votes
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I would have given this review 5 out of 5 if it wasn't for the fact the our toilet emits a bit of occasional odour! As well, one of our destination was bypassed due to hurricane damage but an alternative destination was not provided! Overall, the ship with its slightly bigger size state room ( compare to say the new NCL Encore ) was very comfortable, artfully decorated and stable. ( actually more stable than the 10,000+ tonnes heavier Norwegian Encore! ). Pool sizes were adequate for the number of passengers carried. No ' high tech' entertainment or activities like Go-Cart or Virtual reality game arena for the younger generations. However for the senior adults, both entertainment/shows and dining options were superb. The award wining Pizza especially! Ha! This is a classy ship designed more for relaxation than continued active fun.
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