Sapphire Princess was introduced to the Princess fleet in 2004 and features a wide assortment of entertainment and dining options. In 2012, Sapphire Princess added an airy Piazza-style Atrium where guests can go to enjoy a slice of pizza at Alfredo’s Pizzeria or a glass of wine from Vines wine bar while listening to the live music.
Sapphire Princess features many pool and whirlpool areas including indoor and outdoor pools as well as an adults-only Serenity pool for more quiet and relaxation. In addition to traditional dining in the dining room, Sapphire Princess offers four complimentary anytime dining options such as Sante Fe for Tex-mex to Pacific Moon for Asian cuisine.
Couples and past-cruisers would enjoy days aboard Sapphire Princess. While there are programs and activities for kids & teens, Sapphire Princess does not have the same sports facilities as her sister ships, however, dining, entertainment and service on Sapphire Princess is top-notch.