Daniel Sellers decided to surprise his wife with a Princess cruise to the Caribbean. And after he confirmed that his spouse could cruise with just a passport card, he booked it. That trip never happened and as it turned out, the surprise was on him.
Jane Schwalm and her husband had intended to sail from Valparaiso, Chile, to Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Princess Cruises’ Emerald Princess. Then Princess changed ports, forcing the passengers to travel to San Antonio, Chile, to board the ship. The Schwalms needed transportation to San Antonio – and Princess wouldn’t provide it.
Joan Barrett says that she was enticed to book her next Princess cruise by the lure of an unlimited alcoholic beverages package. Now she is asking for our help because the cruise line is limiting her to “just” 15 cocktails per day.
It was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime for Marion Aymie and her husband. But their plans ran aground when Princess changed the cruise schedule.
When Joe Shepherd is forced to cancel his Princess cruise, he receives a check for less than his claim. Can our advocates get Princess to reimburse him for the remainder?
Phyllis Occhionero and Erna Frances thought a well-deserved and hassle-free Princess cruise from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to their home city of Seal Beach, near Los Angeles, Calif., was just what the doctor ordered.
Remember the post about copying me on complaints? Some of you thought I was blowing smoke when a reader claimed
It sounds like something straight out of a nightmare: You’re on a small fishing vessel, adrift in the Pacific. You see a ship in the distance, and you signal for help. But it keeps going.