Pacific Princess

Ship statistics

Entered service
01/01/2003
Tonnage
30000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins
5
Number of Decks
9
Number of Elevators
4
Number of Pools
1
Number of Restaurants
3
Formal Nights
Maximum Capacity
670 (826)
Number of Crew
373
Refurbished
01/01/2014

The sister ship to the Ocean Princess, the Pacific Princess is proof that small cruise ships are one of the best ways to sail the open seas. You’re treated to all the glamour, luxury, and indulgence of a larger cruise ship, while being able to get an even better feel for your intimate ship, and feel like part of a true community while on board. The Pacific Princess has room for approximately 680 passengers on each sailing; this is a far cry from the 2000+ passengers who board most standard-sized cruise ships. While on board the Pacific Princess you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the legendary service and hospitality of the Princess Cruise Line, while sailing to some of the most exciting cruise destinations imaginable - such as Europe, Asia, and South America. The Pacific Princess also offers a 107 day world cruise which sails from Florida to Venice.

The Pacific Princess is designed to remind passengers of an intimate, indulgent country house or inn, with gleaming dark woods and plush interiors which would not be out of place in the countryside (at least until you look out the window and watch the open sea moving past you). The small size of the cruise ship allows for a friendliness and openess which is impossible on a full-sized ship, if you are looking for something a little different, something truly special, the Pacific Princess cannot be beat.

At 6:15 and 8:15 every night, the main dining room opens and welcomes guests for some of the most delicious food you’ll find on any cruise ship, small or large, operating today. Traditional favourites like lobster, perfectly cooked beef, and other options make up most of the menu, but are prepared with care and love which translates to mouthwatering delights every single night.

Throughout the day, the main dining room is open for unscheduled breakfast and lunch menus, which change daily and remain absolutely delicious no matter which items you choose to sample. On alternating days, the Pacific Princess also offers two specialty restaurants: Sabatini’s, which serves Italian food made with genuine affection for the long and rich history of Italian cuisine, and the Sterling Steakhouse, where perfectly-grilled steaks and much more are as much cause for celebration as they are perfect for celebrating with. When you travel on the Pacific Princess, you know you’ll eat well.

In keeping with the cozy, intimate, and luxurious feel of the Pacific Princess, the on-board entertainment is full of smaller-scale delights which will make you feel like part of an unbelievably lucky, exclusive crowd.

The Cabaret Lounge is where you’ll find an assortment of comedy shows, Broadway showtunes, magicians, and more, all presented in a lounge atmosphere which is ripe for relaxation and enjoyment. You can also take in live piano in the Casino Bar, uproarious game shows and more at the Tahitian Lounge, or play the slots or the card tables at the casino.

There’s the usual activities to keep you feeling wonderful - pools and fitness centres, sports and a spa - as well as the Princess Line tradition of Ceramics@Sea and ScholarShip@Sea, which allow you to explore art, photography, and technology in the most wonderful setting imaginable.