Princess vessels set the stage for cruising in style and comfort. Passengers
enjoy understated yet lovely public rooms and lounges, dramatic
atriums, and fully equipped spas on the newest vessels in the fleet
and multimillion-dollar art collections grace all ships. A highlight
of every “Love Boat” cruise is the festive champagne waterfall.
Princess Cruises offers a large number of staterooms with private
balconies, yet even the least expensive inside categories have ample
storage and the use of bathrobes and hairdryers.
Cruising is a new Princess innovation. The option of either
selecting from one of the two traditional dinner “seatings” or
open seating in the ships’ dining rooms affords passengers the
choice of dining when they wish and with whom they please. Casual
alternative dining options, specialty restaurants, a Pizzeria, and
24-hour room service offer selections as diverse as those available
in resorts ashore. Personal
Choice Dining has been introduced throughout the fleet, with the
exceptions of Pacific Princess, Royal Princess, Crown Princess, and
Formal attire is
suggested for select evenings.
As a special treat, during the week of February 14th, a
“Love Boat National Holiday” is scheduled with Renewal of Vows
ceremonies and other Valentine’s Day activities.
Cruises’ ships are some of the most accessible at sea and
physically challenged passengers find staterooms in a variety of
categories that are tailored for their special needs.
and Southern Caribbean; Alaska; Canada; Bermuda; Panama Canal;
Mexico, Hawaii; Tahiti; South Pacific; The Orient; South America;
Europe; Africa; The Holy Land; Transatlantic.
Princess was a
pioneer in developing Alaska cruises and cruise/tours; operating
pre- and post-cruise land tours in two level domed rail cars and
offering accommodations in the company’s own lodges in Kenai
Peninsula, Mt. McKinley, and Denali Park. Princess
offers some of the most outstanding tours in the Alaska market.
attracts American cruise passengers, mostly couples ranging from
their mid-30’s to mid-50’s.
Families enjoy cruising on the Princess fleet, particularly
in the Caribbean and Bermuda during holiday seasons and summer
months. Alaska is also
becoming a popular family destination.
Longer cruises and more exotic itineraries generally attract
veteran passengers in the over-60 age group.
aged 2 to 17, each Princess vessel has a playroom and a program of
supervised activities designed for different age groups. A
special schedule of teen activities is offered. For
a nominal charge, group babysitting is available in the evenings and
when ships are in port; however, there is no in-cabin babysitting. Youth
counselors are only available on the Royal Princess when 15 or more
children are sailing. Conveniences
for families are the large self-service laundry facilities and
two-way family radios that are available for rent at the Purser’s
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