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Royal Princess

The Royal Princess is as regal as they come, having been christened by the Duchess of Cambridge in June 2013. She is one of the world's most popular ships, and an award-winner Princess Cruises is extremely proud of. Read on for past passenger reviews! ... Read more

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  • Crew

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WILL H

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  • 4 Helpful votes
  • 1 Cruise review
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    4
  • Food

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"Friendly & Enjoyable"

Jul 2015

We recently returned from a 20 day Caribbean cruise aboard Royal Princess. Our 2nd trip on this vessel in 2 years. A beautiful ship with friendly staff and very good food and entertainment. The only complaints were there is no promenade deck to walk around and not enough spaces for smokers... Our other complaint was that we were given a casino voucher to be used off another cruise, but we had to fly to Europe of America to use it. Given we come from Australia Princess did not cater for us in this respect and so the voucher was useless. We sent them a letter but never received the courtesy of a response. The same thing happened last year, so they do need to pick up on their responses better.

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  • Cruise Name: Royal Princess
  • Destination: Australia
  • Sailed: March 2015
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ronda l

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  • 9 Helpful votes
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"BRILLIANT BALTIC AND ROYAL PRINCESS "

Jun 2015

We were some of the lucky cruisers who took the first cruise the ROYAL PRINCESS did to the Baltic last year. We joined her in Warnemunde, Germany and every Port we called into we were greeted with a Royal Reception.........not a play on words but it was just amazing. We had brass bands play on our arrival, mayors and councillors came to greet us, many flags were flown, local organisations provided dancing, water entertainment, markets on the dock and so much more. When we left our Captain gave our farewell blast and played the tune of the LOVE BOAT.......which of course everyone on shore and on deck just loved. We had a gorgeous balcony cabin and were able to see everything, fortunately most times we managed to dock on the side our cabin was, which was not planned but a great added bonus to our cruise. The ship itself is just beautiful, and although it was a rather large ship we never had a problem getting off or on, the queues moved very quickly and it was all very well organised. At Nynasham we used the tenders to get ashore, and those who chose to go ashore were all quickly accommodated. We thoroughly enjoyed our ROYAL PRINCESS and are hoping to sail on her again in the not too distant future.

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  • Cruise Name: Royal Princess
  • Destination: Northern Europe
  • Sailed: May 2014


The basics

The Royal Princess is both a new ship and a large one, with a length of 1,083 feet, height of 217 feet and 19 decks. There's ample room on board for 3,560 guests, and she can be seen cruising around the world at a quick 22 knots.

Destinations include the east, west and southern Caribbean, the British Isles, Spain, Greece, Italy, Turkey, the Mediterranean, Scandinavia and Russia.


Entertainment

The Atrium is a glorious feat of construction and design, and is an ideal spot to pass time visiting the piazza for live entertainment and the dining outlets for decadent food.

As a new ship in the fleet, the Royal Princess has a screen 30 per cent larger than others for the Movies Under the Stars activity where you can watch the latest films and enjoy free popcorn on the deck. The Princess Theatre runs amazing live entertainment such as comedy and shows, and Princess Live! is an on board television station, broadcasting performances, game shows and more.

Cool off with a swim during the day, then watch at night as the pools transform into the Princess WaterColor Fantasy, a lights show with fountains and music. You can also dance the night away in a club, check out the casino, take a stroll on the glass-panelled SeaWalk or relax in one of the cocktail lounges.


Accommodation

With a total of 1,780 rooms, there is plenty to choose from to suit your travel style.

All outside staterooms feature balconies, plus there are 730 cabins with balconies as well. There are 36 wheelchair accessible cabins and 342 inside cabins.

The suites are the epitome of luxury, featuring separate sitting areas, sofa beds, complimentary mini bars, a DVD library, walk-in wardrobes, hot tubs in some suites and many more perks and benefits.


Dining

While there are plenty of casual meal options such as the buffet, cafe, pizzeria, sushi and tapas bar, the traditional cruise fare is a much more structured experience.

Opt for the Traditional Dining room and meet the same table mates each evening at set times, where your own waiter will stay with you throughout the journey.

As an extra special option, you can dine at the Chef's Table, a private spot for just you and your loved ones.

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