brian | March 4, 2018 | Princess Cruises | Caribbean Princess
Our 13th cruise with Princess and dress code standards are dropping. Gentlemen were allowed in main restaurants in the evening wearing shorts. Also on formal nights, approx 50% of gentlemen in main restaurants did not wear a jacket or tie.
The ship has been redesigned since our last cruise on her. Princess Links (putting green) is now on deck 19, the highest deck with no wind protection making it unusable while the ship is at sea.
The ship is first in the fleet to be Medallion Class and this is a great step forward.
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