If you're looking to go on a romantic getaway with your spouse or life partner, you can do no better than the Ruby Princess. From the piazza singer's sweet serenade in the evenings to the relaxing couples massage from a cabana in The Sanctuary spa and wellbeing centre, this is a vessel that has been designed to offer couples a particularly special experience.
The loved-up theme started early in the vessel's life when Ruby was christened by Trista and Ryan Sutter of TV’s The Bachelorette - the pair made waves with their whirlwind TV relationship. Destination-wise, Princess doesn't stray from the romantic theme. Ruby travels frequently to loved-up favourites including the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Those looking for a particularly special experience will want to choose their accommodation very carefully - the rooms that offer balconies are the best. Staterooms allow for a very luxurious holiday.
Boasting more than 1,500 guest cabins, Ruby is a behemoth of a ship, but she manages to remain intimate and cosy where it counts. Of the accommodation, 26 of the rooms are suites with private balconies. There are also 178 mini-suites and 682 balcony cabins, 218 of which offer an ocean view.
When it comes to the romantic evening, you'll definitely want to start off in one of the ship's superb restaurants.
Those who long for the charm of formal cruise ship dining are invited to attend the Botticelli Dining Room at certain times, where they will find themselves introduced to many gastronomic delights.
Seeking speciality options? No problem - ultimate balcony dining opportunities might be just what you need to set his or her heart alight.
But if you prefer a more casual informal dining setting, there are options for this too, with pizzerias, burger and hotdog joints and the Evening Bistro providing everything you could possibly want.