[smart_track_player url=”https://traffic.libsyn.com/cruiseradioshow/CR_11_28_14_UPDATED.mp3″ title=”Ruby Princess Review” artist=”Cruise Radio” ]”The Canada/New England itinerary had been on our to-do list for several years. We chose this particular sailing because it started in Quebec City, and we really wanted to spend time there pre-cruise (instead of NYC). It also offered more stops in Canada than New England, though it did have the tradeoff of Saguenay/Gaspe vs Saint John NB. This was also our opportunity to book one of the highly desirable aft Caribe deck corner balcony cabins on Ruby Princess. And we wanted to sail during the fall for a chance to see some brilliant fall colors.”
Kristin Ladewig from St. Louis, MO recently returned from a 10-night sailing aboard Princess Cruises’ Ruby Princess, a sailing that started in Quebec City and ended in New York City. Kristin leaves no stone unturned on this detailed Ruby Princess review.
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