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  • Princess-Cruises-private-balcony - If you choose a Balcony Stateroom on your Princess cruise, you'll be able to take in the passing seascapes in comfort and in private.
  • Ocean-View-Double-Balcony-Princess-Cruises - The Ocean View Double Stateroom with Balcony offers a furnished balcony patio, a bathroom with shower, spacious closet, desk, TV and twin or queen size bed. This is a shot of Emerald Princess; check with your Cruiseable cruise specialst for precise room details on the ship you're considering.
  • Princess-Cruises-stateroom-balcony - Stay in a luxurious stateroom on your Princess Cruise for a roomy private balcony where you can take in the parade of sights in solitude.
  • balcony-stateroom-Princess-Cruises - Enjoy a beautiful ocean view and personal service from crew while staying in a balcony stateroom on your Princess cruise.
  • balcony-stateroom-view-Princess-Cruises - Room with a view: Guests get a private veranda to take in the passing parade of eye candy when they book a balcony stateroom aboard Princess Cruises.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-BoraBora - Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-Venice - Pacific Princess sails through the heart of Venice, Italy, before mooring to give passengers a day to explore the world capital of romance.
  • 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.
  • Teen-Center-Princess-Cruises - Princess Cruises' Teen Center offers passengers ages 13-17 lots of entertainment and activities suited for their age group.
  • Karnak-Temple-column-Luxor - Columns 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.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-Sorrento - Pacific Princess cruises through the waters of picturesque Sorrento, Italy.
  • Princess-Cruises-balcony-dining - Dining with a view for two: Guests who choose a Balcony Stateroom get to soak up the views on their private veranda.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-BoraBora - Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.
  • 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.
  • Humpback-whale-Princess - A humpback whale off the coast of Alaska during a Princess Cruises sailing.
  • 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.
  • Ram-statues-at-Karnak-Temple - 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.
  • Mt-McKinley-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge - During a stay at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, you can take in beautiful views of the Alaska Range. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • 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.
  • sea-kayaking-Alaska - Kayak through the icy blue seas of Alaska, one of the activities offered on your Princess cruise.
  • Denali-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-Alaska - Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge sits in the middle of  Denali Nature Park and Preserve in Alaska.  Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • Princess-Cruises-private-balcony - If you choose a Balcony Stateroom on your Princess cruise, you'll be able to take in the passing seascapes in comfort and in private.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Precinct-of-Montu-at-Luxor - The Gateway of Ptolemy III Euergates I / Ptolemy IV Philopator of the Precinct of Montu at Luxor, Egypt. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Karnak-Temple-tinted-lithograph - No, this isn't a photograph. It's a tinted lithograph created by artist David Roberts RA and lithographer Louis Haghe upon visiting the Hypostyle Hall of Karnak Temple at Luxor, Egypt, in 1838. They envisioned how the temple looked in ancient times.
  • 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.
  • Princess-Cruises-captain - The ship's captain and crew frequenty interact with guests during a Princess cruise.
  • Princess-Cruises-Lotus-Spa-2 - Rediscover serenity in the treatment room of the Lotus Spa aboard your Princess ship. Treat yourself to a body wrap, body therapy or a number of other spa services.
  • International-Cafe-seating - The International Café aboard your Princess cruise offers guests an easy dining option, no matter the time of day or night. (This is a shot aboard Royal Princess.)
  • Ocean-View-Double-Balcony-Princess-Cruises - The Ocean View Double Stateroom with Balcony offers a furnished balcony patio, a bathroom with shower, spacious closet, desk, TV and twin or queen size bed. This is a shot of Emerald Princess; check with your Cruiseable cruise specialst for precise room details on the ship you're considering.
  • Pacific-Princess-Esperance-Australia - Pacific Princess leaving Esperance, Western Australia.
  • Lobster-tail-dish - A  broiled Lobster Tail and King Prawns dish straight from the Princess Cruises kitchen.
  • chocolate-souffle - A chocolate souffle dessert tops off a meal during a Princess Cruises sailing.
  • Princess-Cruises-balcony-dining - Dining with a view for two: Guests who choose a Balcony Stateroom get to soak up the views on their private veranda.
  • Sabitinis-restaurant-Princess-Cruises - Enjoy Mediterranean fare and attentive service at Sabitini's Italian Restaurant aboard your Princess ship.
  • International-Cafe-Princess-Cruises - The International Café is a 24-hour cafe you'll find in the Piazza aboard your Princess ship.
  • Master-Chef- Alfredo-Marzi - Master Chef Alfredo Marzi, a graduate of one of Paris's top culinary institutes, supervises Princess's culinary offerings.
  • International-Cafe-seating - The International Café aboard your Princess cruise offers guests an easy dining option, no matter the time of day or night. (This is a shot aboard Royal Princess.)
  • Taste-of-Alaska-buffet - While cruising through Alaska, passengers aboard  Princess can try regional seafood specialties in the Taste of Alaska buffet.
  • Sabitinis-restaurant-Princess-Cruises-2 - Sabitini's Italian Restaurant aboard your Princess ship offers guests a wide selection of Mediterranean dishes.
  • Glacier-Bay-Princess-Cruises - A Princess ship cruises through scenic Glacier Bay, Alaska.
  • chocolate-tiramisu.jpg - Chocolate tiramisu mascarpone cream and espresso gelato, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • assorted-chocolates.jpg - Enjoy assorted chocolates, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • chocolate-and-caramel-tart.jpg - Chocolate and caramel tart, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • chocolate-hazelnut-bar-with-citrus-cream.jpg - Chocolate hazelnut bar with citrus cream, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • chocolate-pistachio-dome-with-almond-and-pistachio-nougatine.jpg - Chocolate pistachio dome with almond and pistachio nougatine, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • coconut-mousse.jpg - Coconut mousse with dark chocolate cream and crunchy roasted coconut, part of Chocolate Journeys on Princess Cruises.
  • sable-breton-princess-cruises.jpg - Sable Breton with exotic cream and white chocolate Bavarian, available on your Princess cruise.
  • afternoon-tea-princess.jpg - Enjoy afternoon tea with complimentary chocolates on your Princess cruise.
  • Chefs-Princess-Scholarship-at-Sea - Learn new cooking skills with seasoned chefs during your cruise. Princess Cruises' ScholarShip@Sea Program offers up to 40 enrichment classes on every voyage.
  • Princess-Cruises-wait-staff - Look for attentive service from the crew's wait staff during your Princess cruise.
  • Princess-Cruises-Lotus-Spa-massage - The Lotus Spa aboard your Princess ship offers massages, facials, scrubs, body therapy, body wraps, Botox and acupuncture.
  • Princess-Cruises-Lotus-Spa - Make time for serenity during your Princess Cruise. Head to the Lotus Spa to relax and get pampered with a body wrap, body therapy or a number of other spa services.
  • Princess-Cruises-captain - The ship's captain and crew frequenty interact with guests during a Princess cruise.
  • Chateubriand-dinner-Princess-Cruises - A Chateaubriand steak with vegetables served to guests on a Princess cruise.
  • Menage-a-Trois-dessert - Try the Ménage à Trois dessert — a raspberry chocolate dish of delicious decadence — on your Princess cruise.
  • naturalist-Alaska-Princess-cruise - On its Alaska itineraries, Princess Cruises gives guests the chance to hear and ask questions of expert naturalists, giving passengers a better understanding of the places they're encountering.
  • Princess-Cruises-production - Princess Cruises offers several sources of live entertainment, such as its renowned production shows.
  • Youth-Center-Princess-Cruises - Bringing your little one on board? The Youth Center aboard your Princess ship offers a venue full of activities, including drawing and face painting.
  • Teen-Center-Princess-Cruises - Princess Cruises' Teen Center offers passengers ages 13-17 lots of entertainment and activities suited for their age group.
  • Teen-Center-Princess-Cruises-2 -  The Teen Center onboard your Princess ship gives young passengers lots of ways to stay active and entertained.
  • Princess-Cruises-Lotus-Spa-2 - Rediscover serenity in the treatment room of the Lotus Spa aboard your Princess ship. Treat yourself to a body wrap, body therapy or a number of other spa services.
  • pacific-princess-crew-members.jpg -  Members of the Pacific Princess crew get playful.
  • couple-on-aft-rail.jpg - Ramp up the romance with your special someone on a Princess cruise.
  • girl-eating-pizza-on-deck.jpg - A young woman eats pizza on the deck of a Princess cruise.
  • fitness-yoga.jpg - Keep up with your fitness or yoga regimen on a Princess cruise.
  • Princess-Cruises-group-fitness.jpg - An instructor leads a fitness class on Princess Cruises.
  • Suite-Princess-Cruises - Choose a Suite on your Princess ship to get a separate sitting area and coffee table, furnished balcony, large walk-in closet, two flat-panel TVs, a twin or queen bed and exclusive amentities. Discuss the room that's right for you with a Cruiseable travel professional.
  • Wilderness-Rail-Service-2 - Wanna race? Princess Cruises allows you to enjoy even more of Alaska by offering its Direct to the Wilderness Rail Service for fast travel.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-BoraBora - Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.
  • Copper-River-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge - Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge, an upscale Princess retreat featuring 85 rooms and suites with spectacular mountain and forest views, is located on 200 acres at the junction of the Klutina and Copper Rivers in Alaska. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • Tracy-Arm-Fjord-closeup-Princess - Your Princess cruise takes you along the Tracy Arm Fjord in Alaska, providing breathtaking views of mountains and glaciers.
  • Skagway-Fancy-Goods - Princess Cruises brings you to the doorstep of Skagway on the Alaska Panhandle, population 920, where you can check out its small-town charm.
  • Libby-Riddles - On some Princess Cruises itineraries, guests get an exclusive opportunity to spend an hour hearing the inspiring story of Libby Riddles as she recounts her journey to become the first woman Sled Dog Race champion.
  • Eagle-Crest-Restaurant-Alaska - A scene from "Northern Exposure"? Nah. A peek inside the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge's Eagle Crest Restaurant.
  • Mt-Roberts-Tramway - As you leave the Princess cruise ship pier in Juneau, you'll take a short walk to board a tram for the scenic ride up Mount Roberts.
  • Creek-Street-Ketchikan-Alaska - On your Princess Cruises visit to Ketchikan, Alaska, be sure to check out Creek Street and the antique boardwalk on wooden pilings over Ketchikan Creek, home to restaurants, curio shops and, on some days, great salmon viewing.
  • Princess-Cruises-guide-Alaska - A guide has some fun with a young passenger during a Princess Cruises sailing through Alaska's Glacier Bay.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-train - Princess Cruises' Direct to the Wilderness Rail Service has a beautiful view for guests to enjoy during their ride.
  • White-Pass-Scenic-Railway - Princess Cruises offers the White Pass Scenic Railway for quick transportation from the ship to your inland itinerary.
  • Glacier-Bay-National-Park-seen-from-Princess - Book a Princess cruise to take in the natural beauty of Glacier Bay, a U.S. national park just west of Juneau.
  • Wilderness-Rail-Service - Hop on the Direct to the Wilderness Rail Service to take in the scenery in Princess' glass-domed rail cars on most options.
  • Wilderness-Rail-Observation-Platform - Many Princess Cruises guests extend their stay in Alaska and take in the scenic landscapes on the observation platform of their glass-domed rail car.
  • Mt-McKinley-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge - During a stay at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge, you can take in beautiful views of the Alaska Range. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • Humpback-whale-Princess - A humpback whale off the coast of Alaska during a Princess Cruises sailing.
  • 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.
  • sea-kayaking-Alaska - Kayak through the icy blue seas of Alaska, one of the activities offered on your Princess cruise.
  • 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.
  • Denali-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-Alaska - Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge sits in the middle of  Denali Nature Park and Preserve in Alaska.  Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • Denali-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-Alaska-2 - Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge sits in the middle of  Denali Nature Park and Preserve in Alaska. Surrounded by forests and wildlife, it offers Princess Cruises guests a comfortable place to stay with phenomenal views of the surroundings. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • Denali-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-Alaska-3 - When guests visit Denali National Park, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the most convenient place to stay. The entrance to the park is less than a mile from the lodge.
  • Denali-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-Alaska-4 - Taking in the scenic landscape from the deck of Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge in Alaska.
  • Denali-National-Park-wildflowers - Explore Denali National Park and Preserve — 6 million acres of mountains, wildlife and pristine landscapes bisected by one ribbon of road — during your Princess Cruises voyage.
  • Alaska-Railroad-Denali-National-Park -  Ride the Alaska Railroad through the vast, rolling Denali National Park en route to your Inland Passage itinerary on your Princess expedition.
  • Kenai-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-view - At the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge in Cooper Landing, Alaska, you can hang out on the deck and take in scenic views of Kenai River valley. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise with Princess.
  • College-Fjord-overlook-Princess-Cruises - Take a one-of-a-kind voyage through scenic College Fjord, Alaska, and experience a glacier up close on a Princess cruise.
  • Libby-Riddles-2 - On some Princess Cruises itineraries, guests get an exclusive opportunity to hear Libby Riddles, second from left, as she recounts her journey to become the first woman Sled Dog Race champion.
  • Mt-McKinley-Princess-Wilderness-Lodge-2 - Stay at the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge to take in remarkable views of the surrounding forest, mountains and rivers. Book it as part of a pre- or post-cruise to Alaska with Princess.
  • Pacific-Princess-in-Venice - Pacific Princess sails through the heart of Venice, Italy, before mooring to give passengers a day to explore the world capital of romance.
  • 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.
  • Precinct-of-Montu-at-Luxor - The Gateway of Ptolemy III Euergates I / Ptolemy IV Philopator of the Precinct of Montu at Luxor, Egypt. See it as part of a cultural experience aboard Uniworld's River Tosca or Princess Cruises' Pacific Princess.
  • Karnak-Temple-tinted-lithograph - No, this isn't a photograph. It's a tinted lithograph created by artist David Roberts RA and lithographer Louis Haghe upon visiting the Hypostyle Hall of Karnak Temple at Luxor, Egypt, in 1838. They envisioned how the temple looked in ancient times.
  • Ram-statues-at-Karnak-Temple - 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.
  • Karnak-Temple-column-Luxor - Columns 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.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-Princess-Rail1 - Princess Cruises offer Princess Rail packages to take passengers to inland sights in Alaska.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-Princess-Rail2 - Princess Rail in Alaska.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-helicopter-tour - Helicopter tours take Princess Cruise passengers to glaciers.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-glacier-hike - Princess Cruise passengers on a glacier hike in Alaska.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-ice-calving - Ice calving (where chunks of glacier fall into the water) in Alaska.
  • Princess-Cruises-Alaska-Denali-Lodge - Denali Lodge packages are available from Princess Cruises.
  • pacific-princess-in-iceland.jpg - Pacific Princess docked in Iceland.
  • iceland-blue-lagoon.jpg - Visitors in the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, one of the most popular attractions in Iceland.
  • iceland-glacier.jpg - Glaciers and rolling landscapes dwarf buildings in Iceland.
  • iceland-seaport.jpg - A seaport along the coastline of Iceland.
  • Gibraltar-Barbary-Macaques - The famed Barbary Macaques make themselves seen on the Rock of Gibraltar.
  • Gibraltar-airport - The Gibraltar Airport stands in the shadow of the Rock.
  • Gibraltar-St-Michael-Caves - St. Michael's Cave is the most visited of the more than 150 caves in Gibraltar.
  • Gibraltar-Moorish-fort - Moorish fortifications in Gibraltar signal the contested nature of the region over the centuries.
  • Gibraltar-cable-car - Visitors to Gibraltar can take the cable car to the Top of the Rock.
  • Gibraltar-drum-corps - British pageantry on display as the Corps of Drums of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment passes by the Convent.
  • Gibraltar-Strait - The Strait of Gibraltar, separating Africa and Europe, brings visitors from across the globe.
  • Gibraltar-Casemate-Square - Stroll through Gibraltar and stop for refreshments at Casemates Square.

Pacific Princess: Sail the world on this gem of a small ship

Have you sailed on Pacific Princess? We'd love to hear your take and see your photos. The following information was curated by Cruiseable.

Snapshot

While Pacific Princess is considered a small ship by current cruise standards, featuring space onboard for just 680 passengers, she doesn't skimp on amenities. As one of the small ships of Princess Cruises, Pacific Princess offers two popular specialty restaurants onboard, Sterling Steakhouse and Sabatini's, both with standout menus. In the main dining rooms, look for traditional dining: an authentic cruising experience where the same friendly wait staff serve you each night as you get to know your fellow table mates.

Who will like sailing on Pacific Princess

Honeymooners, people who like it when staff knows them by name and those celebrating wedding anniversaries or big milestone birthdays will love this ship. The age skews older and, in general, cruisers who prefer a more intimate experience versus mega-ship offerings will be happy on a Pacific Princess cruise.

Where Pacific Princess sails

Destinations: Pacific Princess offers itineraries to Oceania, the South Pacific (including French Polynesia), Hawaii, the U.S. West Coast, a Hong Kong to Dubai Oriental cruise, inland waterways of Europe, Central America and Panama, Alaska or a humdinger of a world cruise.

Here’s a 2-minute 30-second video from Princess about escapes to Tahiti and Hawaii.

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Dining

Freshly prepared, mouthwatering fare is expected on cruises, which is why the quality of Princess cuisine is a key attraction. At any hour, wherever you go on your Princess ship, chefs are busy baking, grilling and sautéing the ingredients of your next meal. Bread and pastries are baked fresh three times a day, and sauces are prepared by hand.

Variety is the spice of life, especially when it comes to dining. Whether you feel like a multicourse meal in a formal dining room or a hand-tossed pizza, Princess seeks to fulfill your culinary cravings. From elegant specialty restaurants (where a modest cover charge will apply) to themed buffets on deck, the variety of venues and dining options is certain to satisfy you no matter the time of day.

Princess offers you the choice of Traditional Dining, Specialty Dining or Casual Dining:

  • Traditional dining: This is the classic cruise experience, allowing you to dine at set times with the same table mates and wait staff each evening. Menus feature creatively prepared appetizers, entrees and desserts that change each day of your voyage as well as several healthy Lotus Spa selections.
  • Sabatini's: With a menu specializing in Italian cuisine and premium seafood, Sabatini's offers a refined yet casual atmosphere that includes extensive personal attention from the wait staff and is sure to leave you feeling buonissimo and ready for a walk around the piazza.
  • Sterling Steakhouse: The sophisticated Sterling Steakhouse features premium, cooked-to-order aged beef, along with other steakhouse favorites. Passengers even enjoy the unique option of choosing their own cut from a presentation tray and watching as the chef cooks their selection. 
The International Café aboard your Princess cruise offers guests an easy dining option, no matter the time of day or night. (This is a shot aboard Royal Princess.)
Courtesy of Princess CruisesThe International Café aboard your Princess cruise offers guests an easy dining option, no matter the time of day or night. (This is a shot aboard Royal Princess.)
 

Casual fare

  • Panorama buffet: Offers a wide selection of buffet meals or snacks. Floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning sea views serve as a backdrop for your quick breakfast or casual dinner.
  • Afternoon tea: Indulge in afternoon tea with finger sandwiches, pastries, scones, cookies, music and white-glove service.
  • Room service: The complimentary room-service menu includes sandwiches, salads, a selection of hot dishes and delicacies from the pastry shop; plus, coffee, iced tea and milk are available 24-hours a day!
  • Ultimate Balcony Dining: Dine al fresco style, with a multi-course dinner, served on your balcony by a wait staff member. Or if you prefer, a refreshing breakfast option is available.

Activities

Princess offers a wide variety of active and restful activities for you to craft your own cruise rhythm. 

  • [email protected]: From enrichment lectures to cooking demonstrations, digital photography workshops to wine tasting, [email protected] programs are designed to make learning fun.
  • Lotus Spa: Return to your world renewed in body, mind and spirit. The Lotus Spa and Fitness Center features spa treatments, beauty salon services and the latest in equipment as well as personal trainers and a variety of different classes throughout the day.
  • Poolside activities: Swim, sun and enjoy yourself in the ship's many pools. Relax underneath a retractable glass dome, on a terrace above the rolling wake or work up a sweat and make some of your own waves in a swim-against-the-current pool.
  • Library: An extensive library, including contemporary titles in a wide range of categories and books related to specific cruise itineraries await you. Princess onboard libraries have collections of up to 2,000 books.
  • Princess Cruises Book Club: Offers an opportunity for fascinating literary discussions among passengers.
Show name and url	Princess Cruises offers several sources of live entertainment, such as its renowned production shows.
Courtesy of Princess CruisesShow name and url Princess Cruises offers several sources of live entertainment, such as its renowned production shows.

Entertainment

  • Production shows: Princess Signature Shows are featured on every cruise, entertaining passengers with lively music, stunning choreography and some of the largest casts at sea.
  • Dancing, karaoke & comedy: Move to the rhythm of the disco beat or take a spin in the ballroom. And, for some belly laughs, catch a stand-up comedy act or belt out a song in the karaoke lounge.
  • Bars & lounges: Evening cocktails in one of the ship'’s cozy lounges or swanky bars is a perfect place to meet up with shipboard friends.
  • Casino: Games of chance worthy of Las Vegas beckon including blackjack, roulette, craps and slot machines.

Fun fact

  • Pacific Princess, along with Island Princess, was the original venue for the TV series The Love Boat. The show went on to film aboard many of Princess' ships in destinations around the globe.

Your take

Have you sailed on Pacific Princess?  Were you a fan of The Love Boat? What are your tips, what were the highlights? We'd love to know! Please share in the comments or write your own article or review.

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Top highlights on this ship

  • What: Lotus Spa
  • Where: Onboard

  • What: Entertainment
  • Where: Onboard

  • What: Encounters with Naturalists
  • Where: Alaska
  • Bread is baked fresh three times a day, so forget your low-carb diet and taste some freshly baked bread and pastries.
  • Learn to take better digital photos, how to cook special dishes or improve your wine IQ with [email protected] programs.
  • Princess onboard libraries have collections of up to 2,000 books, with many curated for your specific cruise itinerary.
  • Always wanted to join a book club? Try one at sea, snuggle up with a great book and then share your thoughts with your literary cohort.

Top dining options on board

Sabitini's Italian Restaurant

  • Style: Italian
  • Additional cost
  • Open: Dinner

International Cafe

  • Style: International
  • No additional cost
  • Open: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Ultimate Balcony Dining

  • Style: Dining with a view
  • Additional cost
  • Open: Dinner (breakfast option available)

Fast facts

672 Passengers [?]
373 Crew
9 Decks
1999 Maiden voyage
30,277 Tonnage [?]
592 Length in feet
84 Width in feet (max beam)
21 speed (mph) [?]

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