- Occupancy: 672
- Crew and staff: 375
- Tonnage: 30,277
- Length: 181m
- Cruise Speed: 18 knots
- Launched: 1999
- Refurbished: 2010
Pacific Princess is the sister ship to the Ocean Princess and is among the smaller ships in the Princess Cruises Fleet. This modest vessel is big on amenities and takes passengers to the exotic destinations other ships cannot reach.
Food & Drink
With a wide array of dining options on board, guests can savour a variety of culinary treats. The less formal options include the deck barbecue, Pizzeria and Panorama Buffet and Bistro.
The Club Restaurant is the main dining room where guests can enjoy a traditional elegant cruise service with meals served at a set time. Authentic Italian food is served at Sabatini’s while there’s perfectly prepared steaks available at the Sterling Steakhouse.
There’s a choice of entertainment on offer with live entertainers appearing in both the Show Lounge and the Cabaret Lounge. There are roulette and blackjack tables in the Casino as well as a number of slot machines where guests can try their luck.
There’s a gym on board where guests can work out or attend organised exercise classes in the fitness space. Fans of golf can practice their swing in the practice cage while runners can spend some time on the jogging track.
The Lotus Spa offers a range of treatments including specialist massages to help passengers unwind. There are a number of loungers by the pool where passengers can enjoy the fine sea views and excellent weather.
There’s plenty of entertainment to be found in the well-stocked library with a range of fiction and reference books available.