Princess Cruise Line

Upscale but active premium Personal Choice Cruising on larger ships

Princess Cruises. "Personal Choice Cruising" is the name Princess gives their focus on ensuring that their passengers can do "what they want, when they want." Princess offers a consistent premium experience on well-maintained mid-size to mega-large ships--from 684 passengers to 2,600--that are among the most spectacular afloat. Princess offers a mix of traditional and progressive entertainment, and excellent meals with an Italian flair.

Highlights. The Personal Choice Cruising concept delivers 24-hour dining, more balconies than any other fleet, a wide variety of activities, alternative dining choices, and more space and crew per passenger.  Even on the largest Princess ships, the design of public rooms and pool areas maintain a feeling of intimacy. Rather than a single large dining room, pool or theater, Princess ships frequently offer several. Princess has great kids programs and excellent accessibility for the disabled. For Alaska cruise tours, Princess' custom Ultra Dome rail cars (from Anchorage to Denali to Fairbanks) are among the largest and best-appointed. 

Who Loves Princess? Princess is one of our favorite lines. It combines a classy, classic cruise experience with friendly, fun on-board staff, on beautiful ships. Anyone looking for an upscale, but not stuffy, cruise is likely to enjoy Princess. 

Locations. Princess offers world-wide itineraries, including Alaska, the Caribbean, Bermuda, Mexico, South America, Africa, Europe, the Baltic, Hawaii, Scandinavia/Russia, New England/Canada, the Panama Canal, Asia and Australia.

Competition. Compare to Celebrity and Holland America.

Pricing. Brochure pricing starts at about $150 per day per person, including port charges, but excluding airfare.

More Information. Please remember that our prices will almost always be lower than those that you see on Princess' Web site.

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