Princess Cruises’ fleet is made up of contemporary 17 ships travelling on 115 itineraries to more than 350 destinations around the world. Australians have their very own Princess Cruises liners, Dawn Princess and Sun Princess, tailored to Australian dining and entertainent styles. Onboard currency is in Australian dollars and also on Sea Princess’ roundtrip Australian departures.


Step out for an evening of piano music in the bars and lounges, or watch a lavish original musical production in the Show Lounge. If you prefer to be outside under a ceiling of stars, experience Movies Under the Stars® at the poolside amphitheatre.


Throughout each ship, you’ll discover an array of stylish restaurants and casual venues. At any hour, our chefs are busy baking, grilling and sautéing the ingredients of your next meal – made from scratch, and often reflecting the region you are sailing.


Whether you’re shopping at the duty-free boutiques, having a good workout in the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre, or treating yourself to a massage in the Lotus Spa, each day is yours to do whatever you please.


SUITE WITH BALCONY65 sqm, Separate sitting area, Free laundry & dry cleaning, Walk-in wardrobe, Welcome glass of Champagne, Upgraded bathroom MINI-SUITE WITH BALCONY50 sqm, Separate sitting area, Welcome glass of Champagne, Walk-in wardrobe, Upgraded bathroom OCEANVIEW/INTERIOR STATEROOM14 sqm, Fridge, TV, Bathroom with shower, Wardrobe, Window


On Princess Cruises you can explore the tropics of the South Pacific for 12-35 nights, spend 28 nights experiencing the wonders of Australia or visit picturesque New Zealand for 13 nights. For the adventure of a lifetime, sail for 104 nights on a Princess Round World Cruise.

Established: 1965

Vessels: 17

Star rating: 4 star

Tonnage: 30,277 – 116,000

Passengers: 680 – 3,080


Accommodation, All meals (Selected Restaurants), Entertainment, Port taxes, Government fees, Room service, Onboard activities


In October 2011, the 77,000-ton Sea Princess will join her two sister ships down under. She’ll be based in Brisbane, becoming the first Princess Cruises’ ship to be based in the Queensland capital.

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