DH (unknowingly) booked a cruise line that catered to college-age and 20 somethings.
As young people do, they partied in their cabins all night, with music blasting, running in and out of cabins, shouting to each other, playing baseball in the corridor at 3 A.M., etc. DH didn't want to complain as he knew passengers were on vacation, but he got very little sleep and came home ill from the stress and lack of sleep. ( Our son, on the other hand, had a great time meeting all sorts of friends).
My question is: Could you all give me an idea of what time it gets quiet enough in the stateroom areas on board Princess to settle down for the night? DH likes to go to sleep about 10:30 PM, and I usually stay up and read in bed until about 11:30 PM.
Out of respect for others, we do not plan to play any music in our cabin, or out on the balcony; and we plan to converse in a low voice, as the walls must be pretty thin.
Could you all give me an idea of about what time you like to "call it a night on Princess" and what we could expect in terms of quiet hours??
The ship is completely sold out - every cabin full.
Thanks so much in advance. All answers are most helpful EBC