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Origin: USA Profile: Mixed ages
Passenger Mix: American and British depending on region and ship. Share Scheme: No
Gentlemen Hosts: No Supplement below 50%: Yes

Princess Cruises first set sail in 1965 with a single ship cruising to Mexico. Now the third largest cruise line in the world, renowned for innovative ships, an array of onboard options, and an environment of exceptional customer service.  The line offers a wide range of itineraries, durations and ships depending on the region. Food is good and service friendly and attentive. Cabins on many of the ships are comfortable and reasonably spacious.

Princess has a diverse fleet of sixteen modern ships including 100,000 tonne plus Grand Class ships. Click the picture or ship name to get more details about the ship and its calendar of cruises.

MS
Caribbean Princess
0 single cabins
113000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2003
MS
Coral Princess
0 single cabins
88000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2002
MS
Crown Princess
0 single cabins
113000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2006
MS
Diamond Princess
0 single cabins
116000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2003
MS
Emerald Princess
0 single cabins
113000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2008
MS
Golden Princess
0 single cabins
109000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2001
MS
Grand Princess
0 single cabins
109000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 1998
MS
Island Princess
0 single cabins
88000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2003
MS
Majestic Princess
0 single cabins
141000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2017
MV
Pacific Princess
0 single cabins
30277 tonnes
Rating: Superior
Built: 1999
MS
Regal Princess
0 single cabins
141000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2014
MS
Royal Princess
0 single cabins
141000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2013
MS
Ruby Princess
0 single cabins
113000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2007
MS
Sapphire Princess
0 single cabins
116000 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2004
MS
Sea Princess
0 single cabins
77000 tonnes
Rating: Superior
Built: 1998
MS
Star Princess
0 single cabins
108977 tonnes
Rating: Premier
Built: 2001
MS
Sun Princess
0 single cabins
77000 tonnes
Rating: Superior
Built: 1995


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28 October 2017
From 918 cruise only
for 8 nights

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From 1330 cruise only
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From 1128 cruise only
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From 978 cruise only
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From 189 cruise only
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