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Princess Cruises

About the Fleet

Caribbean Princess
Caribbean Princess

With over 1.3 million passengers taking a cruise through them each year, Princess Cruises are the world's third largest operator. Having first set sail in 1965, the fleet now boasts 17 ships, with a further ship due to launch early 2014.

Visiting over 300 ports across seven continents, Princess Cruises offer some of the best cruise itineraries available. Eight times consecutive winners of 'Best Cruise Itineraries', they offer a range of unique onboard and ashore activities to attract passengers of all ages.

Innovative facilities, from 24-hour dining and affordable private balconies to 300-ft movie screens under the stars; Princess Cruises combine intimate public spaces with contemporary d├ęcor, making their ships ideal for families, couples or single cruisers of all ages.

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Unique Features


Movies under the Stars - A 300-square foot, poolside movie screen offering the unique opportunity to watch Holywood blockbusters against a backdrop of sea and sky. Showing films day and night, complimentary popcorn, cookies and cosy blankets are provided.

The Sanctuary* - Exclusively for adults. Outdoor, spa-inspired area featuring loungers, a pool, signature drinks, entertainment, massages and light meals.

ScholarShip@Sea - From Zumba fitness classes to the first ceramics studio at sea, Princess offers up to 40 classes per voyage. Popular enrichment classes include wine tasting, pop choir, cookery classes, Ceramics@Sea and Creativity@Sea.

Cookies & Milk - An industry first, exclusive to Princess; enjoy warm, freshly baked cookies served daily with ice cold milk on the open decks and in the Piazza.

Edutainment - Exclusive partnership with the California Science Centre. Interactive science activities for kids aged 3-12; from roller coaster building and chemistry experiments to squid dissection. 'Pete's Pals Program' for under 12's teaches children about endangered species, with Alaska Cruises offering a National Park Service Junior Ranger Programme. 

*The Sanctuary on Grand Princess, Caribbean Princess, Golden Princess, Star Princess, Pacific Princess and Diamond Princess are not wheelchair accessible.

Choose from up to 40 Enrichment Classes on each Voyage

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