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This iconic cruise line 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. Princess Cruises is dedicated to customer satisfaction and offer an eclectic selection of itineraries, with a special focus on popular tourist attractions in Australia and the pacific region. As an established and favoured cruise line with great deals and packages, they also have a range of cruises to delight passengers worldwide.
Princess Cruises' Ships in Australia
There are five fabulous Princess ships that travel out of Australia and New Zealand:
- Sea Princess: Passenger reviews are always good for this well-established ship.
- Majestic Princess: Princess's newest cruiseship will make Australia her home for the 2018/2019 summer season.
- Regal Princess: At 330 meters in length, on her side she is taller then the Sydney Tower Princess Live Studio onboard.
Ruby Princess: From the moment you step aboard, you will feel welcomed and right at home.
Sapphire Princess: Recently named "Best Cruise Ship for First Timers" and "Best for Cabins" in Cruise Critic Australia's first Choice Awards in 2019.
A commitment to service in the Australian cruise market
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 established as one of the major players in the industry.
Consistency, trust and respect are a big part of the Princess brand and the company works hard to deliver a service that customers can truly rely on.
Relaxation is another key watchword. Princess claims you will 'Come Back New', and they're usually right. Enjoy a soothing massage at The Sanctuary, Movies Under the Stars and indulge pastries and paninis at the International Café. There's something to calm and soothe you on any Princess ship, no matter where your interests lie.
Princess Cruises' Itineraries
Popular Down Under trips include 12- and 13-day Australia and New Zealand cruises, taking in incredible scenery, including the stunning Fiordland National Park. Cities such as Auckland, Melbourne and Hobart are all on the latest cruises from Sydney, with short- and longer-term trips also available from Brisbane, Fremantle and Melbourne. Or maybe you would prefer to grab a deal and have a more exotic adventure to Ho Chi Minh City or the forests of Bali in exciting Asia.