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Princess Cruise: 3-Nights Pacific Coastal Trip (LA to Vancouver, Canada) EXPIRED

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Cruise Direct.com is offering a 3-Nights Princess Cruise Pacific Coastal Trip (Los Angeles, CA to Vancouver, Canada) on sale for 2-Passengers at $59/per person for an Interior Room Stay. Additionally, Taxes & Fees will be charged at $75/per person making the entire trip ~$268 for 2-Passengers. The departure port will be in Los Angeles, CA, Ship Name: Coral Princess, & departure date will be on May 5, 2019. Thanks gemideals223

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This is cheaper than staying in a hotel , AND you get all meals and entertainment. Other options available as well

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Last Edited by dolby April 26, 2019 at 11:53 AM
Interior cabins sold out.

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If no one has been on a cruise just make sure you at lease get Oceanview, the inside cabins are terrible and will make you feel claustrophobic, having a window helps big time, hell for this price might as well get the suite... But this one is only one way trip
Just went on a cruise with an inside cabin and it was fine for the wife and I. Just used it for sleeping and getting ready but spent the rest of the time on ship. So some people will be okay with an inside cabin.
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If no one has been on a cruise just make sure you at lease get Oceanview, the inside cabins are terrible and will make you feel claustrophobic, having a window helps big time, hell for this price might as well get the suite... But this one is only one way trip
Interiors are great. I'm not in the room much except to shower and sleep so no need to spend more on other cabin types. Plus it's very dark so it helps with my sleep. It's not claustrophobic at all.
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Day 1: Los Angeles (Depart 04:00 PM)
Day 2: Day At Sea
Day 3: Day At Sea
Day 4: Vancouver (Arrive 07:30 AM)

So fun.
It's great for people who want to see what a cruise is like or people like me who love to cruise but can't afford it. I took my godkids on a 4 day cruise and spent almost 5k. If it wasn't for the plane tickets, I would book this cruise. A balcony for one is only $337 - I've never seen it that low.
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For first time cruisers to get their feet wet, I definitely agree that you should at least get a porthole window room and not the inside room. I been on tons of cruises and my last cruise was an inside room, it was weird.... we lost our sense of time (no window to see the sunlight in the morning) and you definitely feel the "sea sick" more in an inside room. It's not claustrophobic by any means, so jump on it if that's your only worry.

As for getting back, i taken Amtrak from Seattle to Vancouver round trip and can not recommend it enough. It was $300 round trip for two people and we got a lot of beautiful coastal view during the trip. We noticed that other passengers that were taking it down to San Diego, so I believe it actually goes down much farther than Seattle.
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I guess you can take cruise to Vancouver, stay there for summer, then take the same cruise back in fall
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One thing to remember if you are a cruiser used to trips that return to your original port and don't travel with a passport, I don't think that will work here, and you will need your passport to enter Canada.
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I'd like to see the breakdown of those taxes and fees that they're more than the tickets themselves.
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One thing to remember if you are a cruiser used to trips that return to your original port and don't travel with a passport, I don't think that will work here, and you will need your passport to enter Canada.
Forget passport and have Canadian immigration fly you back to your home state. win win
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Princess is operated by Carnival, the same people accused of dumping their waste in the oceans - don't care what kind of deal they are running.

This is simply to fill the ship with passengers and overcharge them on drinks and other amenities as they re-position the ship; that is why its on you to get back from Vancouver to LA.
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What's on day 5?
Hitchhiking back to LA
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Any suggestions on slick ways of getting back? I don't want to live in Vancouver 😅
I would want to live there.
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We went on a 7 day cruise on the Princess Ruby a year and a half ago from the LA port to Mexico. I'm assuming it's the same ship, repositioning for Alaska. Had a fantastic time. Food was good and staff was good too.
The USS Iowa museum is right next to the Princess port, get there early and check it out.
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Hitchhiking back to LA
I suggest you take Pacific Crest Trail. It will lead you back to CA. That is the trail I plan to take in my dream
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