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Princess Crown

By Debbie ODonnell

The Princess Crown is an outstanding ship with ample room. It carries approximately three thousand, one hundred passengers, and you may never see the same person twice. The ship is one of Princess’s largest, and has almost nine hundred balconies available. The Princess Crown is a glorious, one hundred and thirteen ton ship. There are many unique features of the Princess Crown. The ship offers a quiet, adult only refuge, appropriately named The Sanctuary. There you will have the choice to relax in the shade or bask in the sun. Choose from large to double size comfortable loungers. Share an intimate day with your significant other. The Sanctuary has its own wait staff that is there to provide you with food, drinks, and towels. The Sanctuary is spacious, has its own whirlpool, pool, umbrellas, and ample room. There is a nominal fee per person, per day. As of November 2010 the cost was twenty-five dollars per day. Half days are also available, and although not necessary, reservations are advisable.

The Crown Grill Restaurant is a beautifully decorated high end eatery without the high end price. The Crown Grill specializes in fresh seafood and savory steaks grilled to your order. Delicious doesn’t begin to describe the taste of perfection. Reservations are required, and the restaurant is only open for dinner. You won’t regret treating yourself to the rich ambiance of the Crown Grill Restaurant. The cost for the luxury restaurant in November 2010 was twenty-five dollars per person, a rare and special pleasure for the exceptional value. Indulge and order from the fabulous selection of fine wines and enjoy.

Sabatini’s is the ship’s other specialty restaurant. With an elegant, first class atmosphere, Sabatini’s will delight any food connoisseur with its outstanding menu of Italian cuisine. Top off the fine dining with an opulent wine. Reservations are encouraged, and the cost of the luxury restaurant in November 2010 was twenty-five dollars per person.

The Botticelli and Da Vinci dining rooms have rich, elegant decors. These two formal restaurants offer open or reserve dining. These two traditional dining experiences are free, and the food is outstanding. If you choose, you may have the same waiter throughout your cruise by making reservations.

Last, but certainly not least, the staff on the ship is magnificent. The training has paid off tenfold. You will not want for anything. The staff and crew manage to anticipate the passenger’s every whim. The Princess Crown truly brings back the lost meaning of customer service. The crew and staff envelop the true meaning of teamwork, and outperform many other cruise lines.

Princess Cruises
Navios Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess, Crown Princess, Caribbean Princess

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