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          Very relaxing cruise from San Francisco to Sydney 30 nights Sept.-Oct 2010
written on Apr 22, 2011 by Peter M. of Greenbrae/Marin County/USA
Pros & Cons

The Pros

The food and entertainment was very good and there was plenty of both.

The Cons

The long walk from one end of the ship to dinner and then to the other end of the ship after dinner to the entertainment.
The Review
This cruise is for those who like a slower pace with short stops in the ports and a relaxing atmosphere where one may do anything or nothing while on board.
Additional Information
Ship Quality:          
The ship size is quite large and for those who have mobility problems there are wheel chairs available on board ship one may use for the entire cruise and keep inside thier staterooms when sleeping. There are some staterooms for the handicapped and these
Dining and Food:          
The quality and variety of food depends on where one decides to eat. The food in the main dining room is very good although it is limited to what is on the menu and for a cruise of around 30 days some meals will be repeated but not many as the chefs will
Stateroom Quality:          
The staterooms vary in size, location, amenities, decor and also in price. I found a balcony stateroom near the middle of the ship to be the best as one will always have a view of the ocean, access to the balcony and be able to walk a shorter distance
Ship Staff Quality:          
The staff is very accomidating and will do more than one asks them to do. They want to make all the pasengers feel special and cared for and they take pride in what they do and I have learned the crew are happy with their jobs and work well together and
Entertainment Quality:          
The entertainment is of top quality and many entertainers are flown into the ports visited to board the ship while others debark and entertain on other ships of the Princess fleet. This brings diversity in the entertainment and doesn't make the entertain
Family Friendliness:          
The activities on board include activities for children where the children are looked after by a crew member for the entire day so the parents can enjoy the ship and drop in to see thier children whenever they want. The children seem to like the activiti

About the Reviewer

Sailed on: Sep 15, 2010
Age range: over 65
Traveled as: Couple
Cruise Experience: Experienced cruiser
Stateroom type: Balcony
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