The sheer number of Princess ships makes them a fantastic cruise holiday option in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. From two-nights to 114-day voyages around the world, there’s something to tempt every traveller. And at CruiseSaleFinder we have an experienced team that has cruised the world and is perfectly placed to deliver the ideal ocean holiday, at the best prices. Let us take you on your next adventure. Read more
Princess offer an eclectic selection of itineraries, with a special focus on popular tourist attractions, such as Great Barrier Reef excursions. Princess first made global headlines in 1977, when their Pacific ship appeared on TV show The Love Boat, which is a mark of quality in itself.
What are your Princess options?
There are five ships that travel out of Australia and New Zealand:
Golden Princess – A passenger capity of 2600, the culinary options are a big selling point, including the traditional-style Caneletto Dining Room and Sababtini’s restaurant.
Dawn Princess – Refurbished and stylish, a balcony cabin is highly recommended.
Sun Princess – Based in Australia all year round, the Sun also takes in exotic destinations such as Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
Diamond Princess – A world-class art collection, gallery and auctions are all part of the Diamond package.
Sea Princess – Passenger reviews are always good for this well-established ship.
A cut above the rest
The Princess ‘Consummate Host’ programme takes pride of place, following on from the ‘Cruise’ culture - the longest-running customer service programme at sea:
Relaxation is another key watchword. Enjoy a soothing massage at The Sanctuary, Movies Under the Stars and indulge pastries and paninis at the International Café.
Past and the present
With nearly 50 years on the water, Princess is one of the most universally recognised cruise brands in the world. More than 1.7 million passengers a year get onboard. And as part of Carnival Cruises, Princess is truly established as one of the major players in the industry.
The Princess Cruises Ultimate Ship Tour takes passengers behind the scenes of the ship, illustrating how much the brand continues to innovate and enhance the passenger experience. They claim you will ‘Come Back New’, and they’re usually right.
Popular Down Under trips include 12- and 13-day Australia and New Zealand cruises, taking in the stunning Fiordland National Park. Cities such as Auckland, Melbourne and Hobart are all on the latest itineraries, with short- and longer-term trips available from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Or maybe you would prefer a more exotic adventure to Ho Chi Minh City or the forests of Bali.
Booking couldn’t be easier
We have an outstanding reputation for finding the best Princess deals online. Since launching in 2009, we have continued to raise standards, so booking a bargain is as easy as possible. Let the cruise specialists take care of everything. Happy cruising.