Princess Cruises was made famous by the popular television series, The Love Boat,  which featured the Pacific Princess. The show aired between 1977-1986 and is credited with raising interest in cruising.

Princess Cruises is owned by the Carnival Corporation & plc, and currently there are five classes of ships, with a total of 18 ships in their fleet.

Coral Princes in the Panama Canal locks. (Photo: Princess)

Princess ships sail to just about anywhere you’d want to go: Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, California and Pacific Coast, Canada and New England, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, the Panama Canal, South America, South Pacific, and World Cruises.

They also offer short three-five day getaway cruises.

The Crown Grill aboard the Majestic Princess. (Photo: Princess)

In addition to many the outstanding dining choices onboard that are included with your fare, cruisers on select ships also have the opportunity to experience specialty dining venues such as, The Salty Dog Gastropub, Crown Grill, Sabatini’s, or the Bayou Café, and more.

Princess also offers food selections prepared with fresh ingredients from the ports they sail into, giving cruisers an experience of the local flavor right on board the ships.

Musical production, “Born to Dance” on the Star Princess. (Photo: Princess)

A variety of entertainment onboard  includes Broadway-caliber shows, featuring performers from around the globe. Original musicals have been created exclusively for Princess by Grammy and Academy award winning composer, Stephen Schwartz.

Caribbean Princess, Movie Under the Stars. (Photo: Princess)

Kids and teens will be kept happy and busy  in the Princess Youth Centers and Teen Lounges. Younger kids (ages 3-12) can enjoy Camp Discovery. Plus, there are activities designed for the family to enjoy together, such as Family Game Night, Family Game Shows, Family Movie Nights, etc. In fact, Princess Cruises has been called the “Best Cruise Ship for Families” by both Travel and Leisure and USA Today.

A private cabana in The Sanctuary, an adults-only retreat. (Photo: Princess)

Adults can relax with many onboard   options for pampering, such as The Lotus Spa and Fitness Center, classes in Zumba, Yoga, and Tai Chi, and The Sanctuary, an adults-only spa-inspired top deck retreat.

What’s more, Princess is placing over 44,000 specially-designed luxury beds for every stateroom across the fleet to ensure their guests return home truly refreshed and renewed.

The Princess Fleet

Below is a list of Princess Cruises ships by class, so you can look at each ship’s features to find the one that suits your needs and vacation plans.

Royal Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Royal Class

There are currently three Royal Class ships, with a fourth to be added in 2019, a fifth in 2020, and a sixth ship in 2022, The guest capacity on the current ships in this class is between 3,460  to 3,600.

Golden Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Grand Class

Guest capacity for the nine ships in the Grand class runs between  2,600 and 3,140 passengers.

Island Princess at Hubbard Glacier, Alaska. (Photo: Princess)

Coral Class

Two ships are in the Coral Class, with a capacity of 2,000 passengers on the Coral Princess, and 2,200 passengers on the Island Princess.

Sun Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Sun Class

Both ships in the Sun Class have a guest capacity of 2,000.

Pacific Princess in French Polynesia. (Photo: Princess)

R Class

The R Class is considered a “small ship experience,” with a capacity of 670 passengers. The only ship in this class is the…

For more information about Princess Cruises, or to book a cruise, visit Princess Cruises’ website.

Bon Voyage!

 

Princess Cruises was made famous by the popular television series, The Love Boat,  which featured the Pacific Princess. The show aired between 1977-1986 and is credited with raising interest in cruising.

Princess Cruises is owned by the Carnival Corporation & plc, and currently there are five classes of ships, with a total of 18 ships in their fleet.

Coral Princes in the Panama Canal locks. (Photo: Princess)

Princess ships sail to just about anywhere you’d want to go: Alaska, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, California and Pacific Coast, Canada and New England, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, the Panama Canal, South America, South Pacific, and World Cruises.

They also offer short three-five day getaway cruises.

The Crown Grill aboard the Majestic Princess. (Photo: Princess)

In addition to many the outstanding dining choices onboard that are included with your fare, cruisers on select ships also have the opportunity to experience specialty dining venues such as, The Salty Dog Gastropub, Crown Grill, Sabatini’s, or the Bayou Café, and more.

Princess also offers food selections prepared with fresh ingredients from the ports they sail into, giving cruisers an experience of the local flavor right on board the ships.

Musical production, “Born to Dance” on the Star Princess. (Photo: Princess)

A variety of entertainment onboard  includes Broadway-caliber shows, featuring performers from around the globe. Original musicals have been created exclusively for Princess by Grammy and Academy award winning composer, Stephen Schwartz.

Caribbean Princess, Movie Under the Stars. (Photo: Princess)

Kids and teens will be kept happy and busy  in the Princess Youth Centers and Teen Lounges. Younger kids (ages 3-12) can enjoy Camp Discovery. Plus, there are activities designed for the family to enjoy together, such as Family Game Night, Family Game Shows, Family Movie Nights, etc. In fact, Princess Cruises has been called the “Best Cruise Ship for Families” by both Travel and Leisure and USA Today.

A private cabana in The Sanctuary, an adults-only retreat. (Photo: Princess)

Adults can relax with many onboard   options for pampering, such as The Lotus Spa and Fitness Center, classes in Zumba, Yoga, and Tai Chi, and The Sanctuary, an adults-only spa-inspired top deck retreat.

What’s more, Princess is placing over 44,000 specially-designed luxury beds for every stateroom across the fleet to ensure their guests return home truly refreshed and renewed.

The Princess Fleet

Below is a list of Princess Cruises ships by class, so you can look at each ship’s features to find the one that suits your needs and vacation plans.

Royal Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Royal Class

There are currently three Royal Class ships, with a fourth to be added in 2019, a fifth in 2020, and a sixth ship in 2022, The guest capacity on the current ships in this class is between 3,460  to 3,600.

Golden Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Grand Class

Guest capacity for the nine ships in the Grand class runs between  2,600 and 3,140 passengers.

Island Princess at Hubbard Glacier, Alaska. (Photo: Princess)

Coral Class

Two ships are in the Coral Class, with a capacity of 2,000 passengers on the Coral Princess, and 2,200 passengers on the Island Princess.

Sun Princess. (Photo: Princess)

Sun Class

Both ships in the Sun Class have a guest capacity of 2,000.

Pacific Princess in French Polynesia. (Photo: Princess)

R Class

The R Class is considered a “small ship experience,” with a capacity of 670 passengers. The only ship in this class is the…

For more information about Princess Cruises, or to book a cruise, visit Princess Cruises’ website.

Bon Voyage!