Coral Princess - Questions & Help
I posted this question in the Princess forum but I know that most of you seasoned cruisers read and post here daily so please forgive my redundancy....
After having to cancel my trip on the Grand several months ago due to health reasons I am so anxious to book a cruise right NOW! I really like the itinarary on the new Coral but I can't seem to find much information at all about this new ship.
Is there a disco? I am assuming there is a Casino? (silly question, eh?) This is not a Grand class ship? Yet- the little I read said that it's designed like one with much of the same ammenities? I really like the partial Panama, Mexican port itinerary!
I would like to book ASAP - and will book on the Grand again if the Coral doesn't seem to be what I am looking for... lively night life, fun passengers - kids are OK but not 700 of them like my last cruise on another line!
We are willing to book an sail on short notice- Feb. or March.... avoiding Easter of course! April or May if we have to put it off that long.. bottom line is...
We need a cruise NOW! No land based vacation my husband has researched can even remotely compare to a cruise!! It's just not doing it for me!
Of course, as usual - all of your suggestions will be so appreciated!
Opinions of the Coral and other Princess ships as well as suggestions for booking on another cruise line. Thank you so much!!
(who needs a cruise so baddly she's considering doing a muster drill in the bathroom with the shower running)
Re: Coral Princess - Questions & Help
hop on over to the People board and go to Chit-Chat there have been some great discussions on the Coral. I also believe that Ann posted an article on the Coral so if you go to articles you might find it there. Check the ships reviews board too.
Re: Re: Coral Princess - Questions & Help
oops! I'm so sorry- that is where I was posting this message...
I will transfer it there now :)
Re: Re: Re: Coral Princess - Questions & Help
It actually sounds like this would be a good ship for you to book and see the canal. Here is the link to the article on Coral Anne just posted:
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