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  • Royal-Princess-atrium-from-Deck5 - Royal Princess’ large piazza-style atrium, seen from deck 5, features spiral staircases, dining options that include Gelato and the Ocean Terrace Seafood Bar, and live entertainment from the nearby bar or lounge.
  • Humpback-whale-Princess - A humpback whale off the coast of Alaska during a Princess Cruises sailing.
  • Diamond-Princess-in-Alaska - Diamond Princess has 700 balconies — perfect for you to take in the sweeping panoramas during a cruise to Alaska.
  • Harbor-seal-Alaska - During your Princess Cruises sailing to Alaska, you'll have the chance to see a diverse range of Alaskan wildlife, including the harbor seal.
  • Sapphire-Princess-in-College-Fjord-Alaska - Sapphire Princess during an idyllic sailing through College Fjord, Alaska.
  • Kennecott-Copper-Mines - Explore the Kennecott Mines in McCarthy, Alaska, during a Princess expedition. The Kennecott mill town and copper mines are an extraordinary relic from America's past.
  • Princess-Cruises-piazza-style-atrium - Don't be surprised if a symphony breaks out on your  Princess cruise. The  piazza-style atrium features live entertainment, spiral staircases and dining and cocktail lounge options.
  • Princess-Cruises-piazza-style-atrium-4 - Look for a grand piazza-style atrium featuring beautiful spiral staircases and several dining options on your Princess ship.
  • Sapphire-Princess-at-sea - Sapphire Princess, a Cruise Critic Cruisers' Choice 2014 winner, has itineraries to Alaska, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and China.
  • piazza-style-atrium-Princess - Regal Princess's large piazza-style atrium features beautiful spiral staircases, nearby live entertainment, shopping and dining options.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-BoraBora - Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.
  • Ocean-Princess-in-French-Polynesia -  Ocean Princess — the smallest ship in the Princess fleet alongside her twin, Pacific Princess — sails through the emerald lagoon of Taha’a in French Polynesia.
  • Ocean-Princess-in-BoraBora - Ocean Princess — the smallest ship in the Princess fleet along with her twin, Pacific Princess — moors off the beautiful tropical paradise of Bora Bora.
  • Ocean-Princess-in-BoraBora-2 - Book a sailing on Ocean Princess to take in the breathtaking beauty of Bora Bora.
  • Karnak-Temple-Hypostyle - The hypostyle hall of Karnak Temple at Luxor, Egypt. The largest religious building ever constructed, Karnak dates from about 2055 BC to 100 AD. See it as part of a cruise aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' globe-trotting Pacific Princess.
  • Great-Hypostyle-Hall-at-Karnak-Temple-Egypt - A panoramic view of the Great Hypostyle Hall in Karnak Temple at Luxor, Egypt. Once roofed, it dwarfs visitors with  dozens of colossal columns reaching 75 feet into the sky. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Karnak-Temple-frieze-panorama - A panorama of a frieze depicting pharaohs and other ancient figures in the precinct of Amun in Karnak Temple at Luxor, Egypt. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Karnak-Temple-at-Luxor-Egypt-ram-statues - Ram statues at Karnak Temple complex at Luxor, Egypt. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Karnak-Temple-interior-Luxor - Inside the Karnak Temple compound at Luxor, Egypt. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Magic-to-Do-4 - A curtain call after an early staging of Stephen Schwartz's "Magic to Do" aboard Ruby Princess.
  • Mariachis-Las-Caletas - Mariachis perform during lunch at Las Caletas near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, during a Ruby Princess shore excursion.
  • Princess-Cruises-President-Jan-Swartz - Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises, during an event on Ruby Princess in 2016.
  • Las-Caletas-paddleboarding - Visitors from Ruby Princess paddleboard in the calm waters of Las Caletas.
  • Flamingos-in-Las-Caletas - Flamingos near the entrance of Las Caletas, Mexico.
  • princess-cays-bungalow.jpg - One of the cute, private air-conditioned bungalows at Princess Cays in the Bahamas.
  • Ocean-Princess-Tromso-Norway - Ocean Princess in Tromsø, Norway.
  • caribbean-princess-at-sea.jpg - Caribbean Princess sails to the Caribbean, Mediterranean and the fjords of Norway.
  • Regal-Princess-sea-trials-2 - Regal Princess during sea trials.
  • Island-Princess-College-Fjord - Island Princess offers guests a scenic view of College Fjord in Prince William Sound, Alaska.
  • gondolas-Venice - Gondolas in the waning afternoon hours in the Grand Canal of Venice, a city that combines history and romance.
  • Caribbean-Princess-Bar-Harbor - Caribbean Princess cruises through scenic Bar Harbor, Maine, en route to Canada.
  • Diamond-Princess-in-College-Fjord-Alaska-2 - Picture yourself in the middle of a postcard: A shot of Diamond Princess cruising through College Fjord, Alaska.

Princess Cruises: Innovative ships, wide-ranging itineraries

Princess Cruises, one of the best-known names in North American cruising, offers 18 modern vessels that let you escape to the top destinations around the globe. Since Princess Cruises first set sail in 1965 with a single ship cruising to Mexico, they have grown to a global cruise and tour company serving millions of passengers a year. Princess is recognized for their innovative ships, onboard amenities and unfailing customer service.

Princess's newest ship, Regal Princess.
Princess Cruises / Filippo VinardiPrincess's newest ship, Regal Princess.

On board, you'll find that Princess offers a variety of signature programs and features, including Movies Under the Stars poolside screens; The Sanctuary, an adults-only oasis of tranquility; the street café atmosphere of the Piazza, and a variety of popular programs such as a unique Chef’s Table dinner.

Princess offers about 150 different itineraries with sailings to 350 intriguing ports around the world. Princess cruises to Alaska, Asia, India, Africa, Australia and New Zealand, the California coast, Canada and New England, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Tahiti and South Pacific, Mexico, Panama Canal, South America and world cruises.

Princess Cruises is a great choice for people who want to enjoy a no-hassle, relaxed vacation hosted by a cruise line that helped make leisure cruising popular.

Family cruising on Princess

Would Princess Cruises be a good choice for your family? See Eileen Ogintz's extensive look at family cruising on Princess Cruises in our Family Cruise Guide 2015

Find your perfect cruise on Princess Cruises

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Ratings & awards

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Frommer's            
Best Mega-Sized Ship Ocean Cruise Line, Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards (2016)
Top Large Cruise Line, Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016)
Top Large Cruise Ships, Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards (2013, 2014, 2015)
Top Midsized Cruise Ships, Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards (2015)

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Highlights and what impressed us

  • Princess has 18 ships in its fleet, ranging in size from 680 to 3,600 passengers.
  • Princess operates as a cruise line and tour company; sample one of its Alaska cruise tours for deeper discovery.
  • Family-friendly and a great choice to hose your next famiiy reunion
  • It's worth noting that the original Love Boat was a Princess ship: The 1977 pilot was shot aboard Sun Princess, and most episodes in the early years were shot aboard Pacific Princess and Island Princess.

Fast facts

18 Ships
1965 Founded
Premium Style
Santa Clarita, Calif. HQ

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