Royal Princess

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Royal Princess is the flagship of Princess Cruises, christened by the Duchess of Cambridge in June 2013. She holds 3600 passengers.

It’s no wonder Royal Princess has already won the accolade of 'Most Popular Ships at Sea' by Cruise Critic. Innovative highlights such as the SeaWalk are causing excitement amongst cruisers, and her spectacular size means it has never been easier to ‘escape completely’, as she takes you to destinations such as Scandinavia and Northern Europe, or Florida and the Caribbean.

Dining accommodates both the traditional and casual diner. With restaurants as diverse as her itineraries, you can be sure to be tasting something different every night if you wish with Royal Princess.

Horizon Court will be serving up breakfast at one of its live food stations, providing all your morning favourites. Stop by the ‘largest pastry shop at sea’ later as well for the best flambés, pastries and hot desserts.

Relaxing by the pool can really work up an appetite. Poolside favourites serve up hand-tossed Neapolitan pizza. Ocean Terrace offers fresh sushi, oysters and caviar, whilst Vines will invigorate the taste buds with its extensive tapas, sushi and wine selection. If you’re with the family, treat the kids to Gelato, a new addition, serving fresh sundaes. Along with this, International Café serves delicious pastries and paninis 24/7, whenever you feel peckish.

Embrace the delights of traditional dining, or eat whenever you like. The option is in your hands with evening dining. Traditional dining rooms offer the chance to make new friends whilst becoming acquainted with your waiter for the duration of the holiday. Ask about Chef’s Table Lumiere for an extravagant private dining experience. The anytime dining option is also available.

Sabatini’s and Crown Grill serve steak, seafood and Italian food – a real treat for those that want to experience some of the best food available at sea.

Enjoy innovations such as Movies Under the Stars and the SeaWalk on board a ship brimming with entertainment for all ages.

Movies Under the Stars allow guests to watch the best blockbusters and sports shows whilst snuggled under a blanket and eating fresh popcorn under the stars. Needless to say, the huge LED outdoor screen is very popular. Extending 28 feet beyond the starboard side of the ship, SeaWalk is one of the ship's most striking features. At 60 ft long and hovering 128 ft above the ocean, this dramatic glass-bottomed walkway offers unparalleled views.

Princess Theatre is the largest theatre yet, with talented musicians and actors performing some of the best shows at sea. Watch as the top deck pools get transformed into an epic Water & Light Show at night, with dancing fountains and interactive sounds that are the envy of other cruise ships.

For those wanting an even higher octane experience, party until you drop at popular nightclub, Club 6. Along with this, the Princess Casino is always available if you fancy a game of roulette or blackjack.

Cocktail bars and lounges are abundant on board, so you will never be short of places to grab a book and relax. The many pools, spas and hot tubs, along with the adults-only Sanctuary are also great places to escape completely. Check out the Fountain Pool and Retreat Pool.

Keep fit at the onboard gyms, including an aerobics studio for yoga and pilates classes. The Centre Court is very popular, along with the pools. You will never be short of things to do on the Royal Princess.