Princess Cruises is a global line which visits many varied and far-flung places. The line mixes traditional cruise favourites with modern and innovative features for a fantastic cruising experience. The Princess tagline is â€œCome Back New,â€ and their many passengers tend to do just that after a relaxing holiday at sea. Read more
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If you are looking for the type of unforgettable getaway that Princess can provide, this page is where you need to be. Here you'll find a huge range of Princess itineraries, with a focus on those in and around New Zealand and Australia - so you can pick up a cruise that's close to home. Cruise Sale Finder has brought all the best sales and specials together in one spot, so you can make an informed decision and then start counting down the days till your departure.
Royal Family: The Princess Fleet
Princess Cruises has an extensive global fleet comprising a total of 18 ships. Of those, there is a select group which sails from Australian shores for at least a part of the year. With ships based out of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and the occasional departure from Perth, it's not too much of a journey to get to embarkation - and the destinations are even more varied than the departure ports. There's a Princess adventure for everyone! Click through to the pages for each individual vessel to see deck plans, reviews and more.
Dawn Princess: This Sun-Class ship is a long-established Antipodean, having resided in the South Pacific since 2009. She's fitted with vegemite, AUD currency and rugby games as well as the classic Princess features for her voyages from Sydney and Perth.
Diamond Princess: Although departing her temporary Australian home for Japan in 2016, she has spent a year or two Down Under and won't be too far away for those who have formed an attachment! Her Asian-influenced decor sets her apart, as does the Japanese Bath facility.
Emerald Princess: Arriving Down Under in late 2016, this gem is a more recent addition to the Australasia-based fleet. Sailing from Sydney, she visits a great range of ports in New Zealand and the South Pacific. The lovely Italian-style Piazza forms the hub of the Emerald Princess.
Golden Princess: Sailing primarily from Melbourne, the Golden Princess itineraries include Tasmania, New Zealand and forays north into the tropics. Four pools, three show lounges and a flowing deck plan make her an excellent setting for a cruise holiday.
Sun Princess: First in the Sun Class, this ship was a groundbreaker in its time - and now is a welcoming old favourite with a friendly feel. She sails from Brisbane and Perth, often engaged in long voyages around the top or bottom of Australia - and occasionally, complete circumnavigations.
Sea Princess: Casual and comfortable, the Sea Princess fits right in Down Under. She sails from Brisbane and Sydney, and offers some very adventurous journeys including a complete World Cruise in 2016.
What's onboard a Princess ship
Casual elegance sums up the atmosphere on a cruise with Princess. With a fleet of ships boasting stylish and modern decor, warm service and exciting destinations, it's no wonder they are a favourite all over the world. A Princess cruise is a little more low-key than some other mainstream lines, so it's not the best choice for those seeking a party every night, but it does have some great children's facilities making it the perfect setting for family groups of multiple generations.
Entertainment and enrichment highlights on Princess ships include traditional Broadway-style productions, casinos, bars, live music, Movies Under the Stars, sports and gyms, libraries, Scholarship@Sea lectures and classes, and many different games, trivia and competitions organised by the crew. On top of these staples, Princess has fun programs available in various regions - Discovery at Sea shows, North to Alaska experiences, the Voice of the Ocean singing competition, Princess Book Club and more.
The Princess special features continue into the dining scenes, with Chocolate Journeys sweet treats by Master Chocolatier Norman Love available on menus around each ship and Australian chef Curtis Stone teaming up with the line for some great new dishes and a specialty restaurant. Beyond that, there is delicious fare in the main dining room, buffets, pizzerias and grills, as well as a smattering of specialty restaurants.