Emerald Princess Cruise Ship, Princess Cruises Review

 Launched in 2007, Emerald Princess in one of the largest ships in the Princess fleet.  She offers nearly 900 balcony staterooms from which to take in the colorful sights.  Staterooms are simply and tastefully furnished and most have twin beds that can be easily converted into a queen size bed. 

If you want a change from the regular dining routine, try something different. One of my favorites was the Crown Grill Restaurant.  The restaurant specialty is juicy steaks and seafood including lobster.  It cost $25.00 per person to dine at the Crown Grill.  I must say, it is certainly worth the fee to dine there.  You will never be bored with so much to do and see on this ship.

I enjoyed relaxing at the Sanctuary, the top deck’s adult-only outdoor spa area.    Guest can relax on sofas or padded chaise lounges and enjoy massages (half a day for $15.00) in special outdoor cabanas.  The Sanctuary is a great getaway on the days at sea.  I would recommend this ship for couples and families.  The Emerald will sail a Southern Caribbean Medley –Round trip Fort Lauderdale – 10 day to Princess Cay Bahamas, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Bonaire and Aruba.



Carol Steele CTC, MCC

Cruise Specialist

Email:  carol@getupgoworldtravel.com

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