Remember that TV show in the 70’s called The Love Boat? Princess Cruises had a starring role in introducing the world of cruising to millions of viewers.
Princess offers more Balcony staterooms at affordable prices. Picture yourself relaxing on your private balcony enjoying a glass of wine and taking in the sights.
The only cruise line that offers deluxe Ultimate Balcony Dining – select from either an intimate breakfast or romantic dinner served by waiters dedicated to you on your own private balcony.
Anytime Dining, a Princess original, lets you decide — dine early with an intimate table for two one evening, and late with new friends the next. Or choose Traditional Dining and sit at the same table with the same fellow passengers and server each night. Tip: If you are unsure which dining option to choose, select Traditional dining if it is available. You can always change to Anytime Dining while onboard but it can be impossible to switch from Anytime to Traditional.
Fresh fare is a Princess specialty as their chefs bring the flavors of the local culture in the region you are visiting to life on board with familiar favorites and exceptional dishes, all made from scratch.
Hand-tossed Neapolitan pizza — named “Best Pizza at Sea” by USA TODAY — along with a hot & cold buffet and 24-hour International Café are just some of the many casual dining options you’ll find on board.
Princess was the first to offer movies, concerts and live sporting events poolside on a giant screen. Movies Under the Stars has since been copied by many other cruise lines. Thank you Princess!
Another first for Princess is the Sanctuary – an on-deck haven exclusively for adults where you can relax on deluxe lounge chairs with plush towels and enjoy healthy refreshments.
Princess offers weddings at sea officiated by the captain and you won’t find this on any other cruise line.
Princess ships may be large but they have an intimate feel due to the design and décor that make the ships seem smaller.
Princess is a cruise line that appeals to everyone. Most passengers are American, ranging in age from the mid-thirties to seventy, depending on the destination. They have many long cruises that retired guests enjoy, and family orientated for their seven night cruises.
If you are a traveler with a disability, our agents believe Princess is a top choice for those with disabilities because their ships are the most accessible at sea offering more accessible staterooms and excursions.
When it comes to pricing they fall somewhere in the middle as they are not the most expensive and not the cheapest either. The prices are generally affordable to everyone in the market for a cruise. You will find that the ship, itinerary and time of year will dictate pricing. For instance, Christmas break is one of the most expensive times of the year to travel and October tends to be the least expensive time.