Crown Princess 14 Night Cruise Departing October 26th 2013

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Sailing for Princess, Crown Princess was built in 2006. Crown Princess has a top sailing speed of 22 kn. Crown Princess holds a total of 3080 passengers. is operated by a crew of 1201. Ship Mate users have rated Crown Princess a 3.2 out of 5.

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If going to Glacier Bay, have breakfast in room & view glaciers from comfort of your own balcony. Park Rangers board the ship & provide narration that can be heard on TV Channel 45. Beautiful classical music plays between narrations & assists in communing with nature at this pristine spot.
Take warm clothes and binoculars for this trip
The Crown is a fantastic ship. I particularly like the fact that it's not gaudy, not full of irritating colors and not a carnival at sea. Instead the colors are muted, the wood trim is elegant and the crew and staff are well trained and extremely obliging. Try the Crown Grill at least one night.
Take advantage of the Princess Patter that gave the schedule of events and shows, etc. They were awesome shows, games, etc!
As stated above, a balcony cabin is almost a must for the Alaska cruise. On recommendations, we got a cabin mid-ship, and that turned out to be smart. We weren't too far from anything, and the ride there was smooth. Correction on the picture of the chefs: they were preparing fruit, not dessert.
The ship was great, however, the 3,400 number of passengers was a bit too large for us, especially the waiting time for anytime dining!
Go to trivia games - it's a great way to make new friends
Take early seating, Traditional Dining, we got a table in a corner, by a window with a wonderful view. Had great wait staff, not rushed, remembered our preferences. If we didn't finish all the wine, bottle was served next night. Great Food. Time to go to the first show in the Princess Theater.
Pay for the Thermal Spa. $199 for a couple and the highlight of our cruise.
The Vine wine cafe is great. Right off the atrium and you get individually prepared sushi or tapas with your drink order. Also the buffet is not great. Better option the international cafe off the atrium which has great pastries and soups and sandwiches.

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The best part of our trip was the location, Hawaii is just beautiful and the islands we went to were lovely.  On the cruise we enjoy wonderful new entertainment, great enrichment lectures, fun activities and great food.

wendellnbr, Yesterday at 1:35 PM

While this wasn't our favorite ship for a 10 day cruise, there was nothing seriously wrong.  We always enjoy sitting on the Promenade deck on lounges,  but there were none on this ship.  The chairs were not particularly comfortable for relaxing and there were not many of them.  The food on the buffets was almost always the same and seemed a little "stale".  We always look forward to the chilled soups at dinner and this time what was listed as soup was served in a glass with a straw!  Not our idea of soup.  The dining room was exceptionally noisy also. We enjoy the shows in the main theater, but as always, it was so LOUD we had to use earplugs.  Can't the sound level be lowered??

hvkrod, 10/14/2016

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