- Occupancy: 1,974
- Crew and staff:
- Tonnage: 92,000
- Length: 294m
- Cruise Speed: 21 knots
- Launched: 2003
- Refurbished: 2010
Food & Drink
There are two main dining rooms on board ship - the Provence and the Bordeaux. Both restaurants feature the same sumptuous menus but the Provence offers a traditional dining experience with fixed times and seats while Bordeaux offers a flexible Anytime Dining approach.
There are even more dining options in the specialist restaurants. The Bayou Café serves expertly prepared Cajun cuisine while Satabtini’s offers fine Italian food and wines in a romantic setting.
There are a number of venues to enjoy drinks throughout the cruise. The Churchill Lounge offers a wide range of enticing cigars accompanied by fine spirits from the bar. Crooners is an old-fashioned Martini Bar and guests can relax request their favourite tune from the in-house pianist.
The Princess Theater is the largest entertainment venue on the ship and guests can see top entertainers take to the stage and perform in elaborately choreographed shows. The Universe Lounge is a cabaret venue and plays host to a variety of entertainers. The Princess Casino features a mixture of games of chance with traditional table top games alongside a huge variety of slot machines.
There are three freshwater pools found on the upper decks with a small Splash Pool, the covered Lotus Pool and the large Lido Pool found at mid-ships.
There’s plenty to entertain on deck with the Center Court sports court which can be set up to accommodate a number of different sports including basketball. Passengers can enjoy some traditional cruise entertainment with table tennis tables, a shuffleboard court and giant chess set.
There are a number of treatments on offer at the Lotus Spa with a range of massages and facials on offer.