FIxon - Answered a Question by Howard (10 Feb 09 15:59)

P&O and Princess are sister cruise lines, P&O is targeted more for the British market while Princess is targetted for the American market, the shows a more glamerous, the public rooms are more colourful with strong solouring and their seems to be a strong emphasis on tipping. The grand princess is 109,000 tonns so is a fairly large ship in comparison to Oceana which is only 77,000 tonns. So if you enjoy the large public rooms where you can meet lots of new people, then the grand princess should be your cup of tea.

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browne - Answered a Question by Howard (12 Feb 09 11:19)

I went on the grand princess in sept last year it was my first cruise and it was amazing staff ship cabins food entertainment could not fault in any way loked so much goung again this year.you will have a lovely time and worth every penny.

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