Princess Cruises is a global premium cruise line focusing on destinations.
Princess has 15 cruise ships, each carrying between 2,000 and 3,660 passengers.
More than 330 destinations around the globe, including the Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, Mexico, Europe, South America, Australia/New Zealand, the South Pacific, Hawaii, Asia and Canada/New England.
Princess offers a full range of onboard amenities, dining options, entertainment and unique programing created in partnership with Discovery & Animal Planet. It also features wellness programs and children’s activities. The line has long been connected to the original “Love Boat” television series, and its Celebration Ambassador today is Jill Whelan, the actress who played the captain’s daughter.
Group programs for five or more cabins include low or no deposits to block space, combinable group fare discounts and a flexible amenity program. One tour conductor credit is awarded for every 12 full-fare, lower-berth passengers.
Princess will launch its largest ship ever, the 4,330-passenger Sun Princess, in early 2024. Park19, a three-deck family and group activity space, will feature the first Rollglider at sea, an electric ride that runs on a track. Sister ship Star Princess will debut in 2025. The new ships will offer 29 restaurants and bars.
All main dining rooms across the Princess fleet received the 2023 Restaurant Award from Wine Spectator, the world’s leading authority on wine. Princess is an 18-time winner in Travel Weekly’s Best Cruise Line – Alaska category. The line has been awarded Best Cruise Itineraries 14 times by Recommend magazine.
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