When Grand Princess entered service in 1998, she was the largest passenger ship ever built, and she and her sister ships Golden Princess and Star Princess still are the largest-ever cruise ships having sailed on itineraries outside of the Caribbean. The ship is now based in Port Everglades, year-round.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Brian A. Belt
72 15 Galveston to Venice116 users found this review helpful.
THE SHIP-The Grand Princess is very similar to a sister sailing we made on the Diamond Princess a couple of years ago that took us to the Far East. The ship was built in 1998 and is still...read more
49 9 Western Caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
THE SHIP/ OUR CABIN: The Grand Princess is nice (and certainly large), but we felt that just maybe it was a half notch below some of the other Princess ships as far as having an ...read more
52 7 Western Caribbean32 users found this review helpful.
This was our 7th cruise and our 4th on Princess. It was easy for us to cruise all 4 of our Princess cruises on the Grand since we live in Dallas, TX. & the ship leaves out of Galveston,...read more
43 2 Western Caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
I’ll preface this right off to bat and say that my wife and I have never had a bad vacation. We have had some crazy and funny memories, but not a bad vacation ever. We had been on...read more
50 10 Western Caribbean31 users found this review helpful.
This was the tenth cruise for my husband and I, and our first cruise on Princess Cruise Line. We have taken four cruises on Carnival, three on Norwegian, one Royal Caribbean, one on Holland...read more
51 6 Greece8 users found this review helpful.
I Had a big problem getting traditional dining even though it is on our Princess profile. I found a live bug in my salad. I Got a special Rum and banana desert from the head waiter....read more
55 1 Greece27 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise. We spent months beforehand reading reviews like this in order to decide what to book, and were then anxious about the whole experience. We needn't have worried....read more
50's 10 Western Caribbean5 users found this review helpful.
The Itinerary - Mediterranean Coast Line Day 1 - Barcelona, Spain Day 2 - Marsailles, France Day 3 - Livorno (Florence) - Cancelled Became Day at Sea Day 4 - Cativechia, Italy (Rome)...read more
Tom & Tilda
50's 10 Greece9 users found this review helpful.
Itinerary was excellent. Did not feel as though there were 2400 people on board. Never waited for a table. Or disembarking at ports. Dining room food was ok but the 24 hour buffet was...read more
50 5 Western Caribbean3 users found this review helpful.
Just returned yesterday from the Grand Princess and can certainly say we had a GRAND time! Embarkation: We landed in Houston (IAH) the day before and stayed at a LaQuinta with free...read more