Regal Princess Cruise Experience – Andrew Parchimowicz
My most recent cruise journey took me on a seven-day cruise to the Caribbean. My choice of cruise for this was to travel with Princess Regal which carries 3560 passengers. The moment I walked on this ship I felt like I could relax and unwind. This ship was classy. I knew everything would be taken care of as is done with cruising. I didn’t have to worry about what to cook, what to eat as always there were many options to dine on board this ship. I just unpacked once and my holiday began. This magnificent ocean liner offered a generous amount of space on the ship. On this cruise line they offer inside cabins, ocean view cabins, balcony cabins, mini suites to suites. I chose to stay in a mini suite which was positioned mid ship. Being mid ship you tend to feel less movement. This cabin choice offered generous space. The bathroom also was generous with space offering a bath. Sitting out on the deck was relaxing as it was my own private space.
There were generous amounts of space on this ship so you did not feel over crowded. Sabatinis and Crown Grill were again my favorite restaurants to dine at. Lobster was my pic of the meals. Crown Grill again proved to have the best steaks. Both restaurants come with a cover charge.
The casino was buzzing as always. There were a number of shops on board you could stroll through. Being duty free this was an advantage when shopping. International cafe proved to be a favorite for many people. You could pick up snacks and light meals throughout the day and night as it is open 24 hours.
If you fancy getting pampered the Lotus spa on board can take care of this. The kids on this ship are also well catered for. They offer kids clubs to keep them entertained.
On the top deck there were swimming pools and the sanctuary which is an adult only area. This comes at a cover charge. It was a buzz day and night with the bars. Horizon court the buffet is located up the top deck where you could dine and pick up snacks. I enjoyed sitting up the top deck on the sunny days just watching the time sail by.