Premium cruising company Princess Cruises has come a long way since it first set sail for Mexico in 1965. Indeed it went on to take a starring role in the 1977 TV series 'The Love Boat' and is now the third largest cruise line in the world.
- The Sanctuary® adults only area
- The Piazza live entertainment and music area
- Movies Under The Stars events at night on the deck
- Guest lectures, art exhibits and classes taught by local experts
- Youth Centres and Teen Lounges
Enjoy the best of both worlds on the Sea Princess, offering a large ship with small-ship intimacy. Recently upgraded and featuring all the deluxe amenities you expect from a first class hotel, this is a great choice for Australia, Asia and South Pacific cruises.
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Based in Australia and using Australian currency only, the Dawn Princess is a popular Australian choice offering cruising to some of the most exotic destinations in the world, including Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.
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Recently upgraded with Movies Under the Stars® and The Sanctuary®, the Diamond Princess is one of Princess' more intriguing ships. It was built in Japan and offers some intriguing destinations around Australia and Asia. There's plenty of great food to sample too, with a popular Italian restaurant and pizza by the pool.
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It's all about a luxury view on the Sun Princess, which launched with one of the highest percentages of balcony staterooms. It's also been recently upgraded to include signature Princess features.
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For other incredible cruises by Princess including ships the Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Crown Princess, Emerald Princess, Golden Princess, Grand Princess, Island Princess, Ocean Princess, Pacific Princess, Regal Princess, Royal Princess, Ruby Princess, Sapphire Princess, Star Princess.