Princess Cruises reviews ports and names the best


With an aim to provide cruise ships that offer a lot of space and features, Princess Cruises also want their passengers to enjoy a personal and intimate experience. This ranges from how inviting you’ll find the balcony staterooms, the feeling of space on top deck and around the entertainment venues, and the ability to get involved with activities when it suits you.

Over the last year Princess Cruises has taken reviews of both its service and ports from the passengers, and this information has been put towards a vote for 2010 Port of the Year. This article reports that the award has now been voted on, and the winner for Port of the Year is Port Everglades.

The award was given during a meeting at Broward County last week, where it was presented to the Mayor by the president of Atlantic shore operations. This is an award the Mayor should be proud of, considering it was due to efficiency, passenger reviews and numbers at Port Everglades. Have you visited this port, and if so would you rate it the number one port in the world?

Cruise ships bring a lot of money to each port they visit, and this award can only help bring more jobs, thanks to more money spent at local attractions and in businesses. The award also helps keep this port as a home for Princess Caribbean cruises.

The previous years have seen this award won by Brooklyn, Vancouver, Whittier, Los Angeles and Copenhagen. Have you traveled with Princess Cruises? Share your experience in the comments. You can learn more about Princess ships here.

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