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The Complete South Pacific

The Complete South Pacific




The Complete South Pacific



From $11,474* pp | 25 Days •  38 Meals  *Rate is per person, land only, double occupancy. 

Dream Big. Explore the Outback in Australia and discover Mt. Cook in New Zealand on this grand tour of the South Pacific.

  • Learn about the education of the children in the Outback during a visit to the School of the Air.
  • Cruise the waters of Kakadu National Park where you are sure to see the fearsome saltwater crocodile and plentiful bird life.
  • See a Tasmanian Devil during a visit to the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park and learn about the efforts to save these great creatures.
  • Visit Te Puia, the premier geothermal experience in New Zealand’s Maori cultural capital, Rotorua.

Do It All Down Under

Meet a koala, enjoy a bush dinner in the Outback, cruise the pristine waters of Milford Sound – do it all on The Complete South Pacific, an unforgettable 27-day journey through Australia and New Zealand. Toast Uluru (Ayers Rock) at sunset with champagne. Spend two nights on the Australian island state of Tasmania and visit the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Centre. See the Penguins of Phillip Island commute home. Explore the waters of Kakadu National Park, home of the fearsome saltwater crocodile. Discover the colourful world of the Great Barrier Reef. Marvel at New Zealand’s majestic fjord, Milford Sound. Spend two nights in Rotorua, a geothermal wonderland. Enjoy a home stay and dinner with a New Zealand family. Throughout your adventure explore Aboriginal and Maori traditions.


Day 1. Cairns, Australia – Tour Begins
Your tour opens in Cairns – the tropical gateway to one of the world’s most spectacular natural attractions and a World Heritage site – the Great Barrier Reef. Established as a marine park in 1975, the reef is a haven for thousands of species of sea life, as well as turtles and birds.
icons_food  Dinner   icons_therma  High 29 Low 22   icons_hotel  Pacific International Cairns


Day 2. Great Barrier Reef

The most biologically diverse ecosystem in the world awaits as you board a sailing catamaran for an exhilarating Great Barrier Reef excursion. Explore the spectacular reef along Michaelmas Cay. The choice is yours: during the excursion you can choose to explore the shores of this small sand island on the outer reef; or, perhaps you would prefer snorkelling to see the vibrant sea life up close. Back on board, a marine biologist will have an informative presentation and you will even enjoy a fish feeding presentation.

icons_food  Breakfast & Lunch  icons_therma  High  29  Low  22   icons_hotel  Pacific International Cairns


Day 3. Cairns

Board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway for an unforgettable morning ride over the rainforest canopy. Embrace the opportunity to explore the forest floor up close with access to specially designed boardwalks. Your evening is at leisure to enjoy your tropical surroundings.

icons_food  Breakfast   icons_therma  High  29 Low  22   icons_hotel  Pacific International Cairns


Day 4. Cairns – Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Fly to Uluru (the Aboriginal name for Ayers Rock) in the heart of the Australian Outback. Tour the sandstone domes known as Kata Tjuta and the beautiful area surrounding the base of “The Rock.” Later, witness a stunning sunset over a glass of champagne as the Rock’s hues change dramatically with the setting sun.

icons_food  Breakfast   icons_therma  High  26  Low  12   icons_hotel  Sails In The Desert


Day 5. Uluru – Alice Springs

A short flight over the “Red Centre” brings you to Alice Springs. Learn how people once communicated in the remote Outback during a sightseeing tour that includes a stop at the Old Telegraph Station, dating back to the 1800’s. Visit School of the Air to find out more about the educational system of the Outback. There’s a chance of witnessing a class in session! Become locally invested this afternoon as you have the opportunity to meet the young Aboriginal group, Drum Atweme. Supported by the Collette Foundation,* Drum Atweme is a musical group comprised of at-risk youth from the local community. Tonight, continue your cultural immersion with a memorable bush dinner set against the backdrop of this unique desert environment.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner  icons_therma  High  28  Low  13   icons_hotel  Doubletree By Hilton Alice Springs


Day 6. Alice Springs – Darwin – Kakadu National Park

Access the history and culture of the Aboriginal people during a “Dreamtime Tour” where your specialist guide shares stories of creation and everyday Aboriginal life. You’ll even taste native cuisine. Later, board your flight to the city of Darwin on the northern edge of Australia and drive into the heart of Kakadu National Park.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner     icons_hotel  Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel


Day 7. Kakadu National Park

Today, enjoy the natural beauty of the “Top End.” Kakadu National Park is home to wallaroos and wallabies, monitors and lizards, crocodiles and birds of every imaginable variety. Witness artwork dating back thousands of years as you view Nourlangie Rock. During your afternoon cruise, be on the lookout for crocodiles as they bask in the sun, as well as waterfowl such as jabiru, egrets, herons and eagles.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner     icons_hotel  Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel


Day 8. Kakadu National Park – Darwin – Melbourne

Transfer to Darwin for your flight to the beautiful Victorian city of Melbourne.

icons_food  Breakfast  icons_therma  High  20  Low  11   icons_hotel  The Swanston Hotel Grand Mercure


Day 9. Melbourne

Enjoy a city tour featuring Fitzroy Gardens, the Shrine of Remembrance and bustling Victoria Markets. Take some time at leisure to explore Melbourne independently. Later, travel to Phillip Island, a renowned nature reserve and home of the world’s largest colony of Little Penguins. Protected and studied by rangers, hundreds of them waddle out of the sea and cross the beach to their burrows in the dunes. At the interpretation centre, you have a chance to learn about the lives of the Little Penguins and their significance to the region before enjoying access to the exclusive Penguins Plus viewing area.

icons_food  Breakfast   icons_therma  High  20 Low  11   icons_hotel  The Swanston Hotel Grand Mercure


Day 10. Melbourne – Hobart

A flight to Hobart, Tasmania brings you to Australia’s second-oldest city. The rugged and pristine beauty of the island of Tasmania provides the backdrop to your two-night stay.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High 18  Low  8   icons_hotel  Grand Chancellor Hobart


Day 11. Hobart

This morning brace yourself as you meet the Tasmanian Devil at the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Center! Learn about this unique marsupial, its fight for survival, and the efforts in place to save it from extinction. Later, take a guided tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, the best-preserved example of Australia’s original penal colonies and home to stabilized ruins and restored buildings dating back to 1833. En route, witness the spectacular coastal rock formations known as Tasman Arch, Devil’s Kitchen and the Blow Hole.

icons_food  Breakfast  icons_therma  High 18  Low  8  icons_hotel  Grand Chancellor Hobart


Day 12. Hobart – Sydney
Return to mainland Australia today and arrive in the bustling city of Sydney. Enjoy a tour of Sydney, birthplace of modern-day Australia. Highlights include Kings Cross, the Harbour Bridge, Chinatown, the Rocks, Circular Quay, the Botanic Gardens, and the fashionable suburb of Paddington. Marvel at one of the world’s most fascinating architectural wonders during a guided tour of the Sydney Opera House. This evening’s dinner choice is yours as you choose from a variety of local restaurants along bustling Darling Harbour.
icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High 23 Low 14   icons_hotel  Menzies Hotel


Day 13. Sydney

Enjoy a day of leisure as you discover the wonders of Sydney by using your free time to pursue your own interests. Stroll through the city streets, visit the historic Rocks area, or simply relax.

icons_food  Breakfast  icons_therma  High  23  Low  14   icons_hotel  Menzies Hotel


Day 14. Sydney

This morning you visit Koala Park for an up close and personal opportunity to learn about the different types of wildlife native to the land down under. You’ll walk amongst wallabies, indigenous birds, kangaroos, dingoes and other creatures. Experience the koala habitat where you can take your picture with a koala! Next, enjoy a unique experience as you learn first-hand about opals during a special presentation at the National Opal Collection. As you say your farewell to Australia, chat with new friends and take in the sights during a delightful dinner cruise of Sydney Harbour. Marvel at the scenic vistas the harbour has to offer including Sydney’s magnificent skyline and iconic attractions: the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High  23 Low  14  icons_hotel  Menzies Hotel


Day 15. Sydney – Queenstown, New Zealand

Leave Australia behind and fly to one of the world’s best-kept secrets – New Zealand! Arrive in gorgeous Queenstown.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner  icons_therma  High  16  Low  6   icons_hotel  Heritage Queenstown Hotel


Day 16. Queenstown – Milford Sound – Queenstown

En route to Milford Sound, enjoy the rugged grandeur of the Hollyford Valley. You’ll travel through ancient beech forest via the Homer Tunnel. During a cruise of the breathtakingly beautiful Milford Sound, you’ll see why this fjord is one of the most visited sights on the South Island. With rock faces that rise nearly 4,000 feet on either side, the scenery will take your breath away. Following your cruise, you return to Queenstown. You may choose to return via a short optional flight (weather permitting) for spectacular views of New Zealand’s Southern Alps.

icons_food  Breakfast & Lunch  icons_therma  High  16  Low  6   icons_hotel  Heritage Queenstown Hotel


Day 17. Queenstown

Queenstown offers limitless diversions set amidst breathtaking Alpine scenery. Shop in the charming village centre or enjoy an optional and exhilarating jet boat ride on the Shotover River. Or, perhaps you will join the optional “Journey through Middle Earth” tour which takes you through the majestic Remarkable Mountains and the breathtaking Queenstown countryside showcasing many of the spots where the Lord of the Rings movies were filmed.

icons_food  Breakfast    icons_therma  High  16  Low  6     icons_hotel  Heritage Queenstown Hotel


Day 18. Queenstown – Arrowtown – Mt. Cook National Park

Begin your day with a visit to the beautiful turn-of-the-century gold rush settlement of Arrowtown. Next, follow the Kawarau River and cross Lindis Pass before arriving in New Zealand’s most famous national park, Mt. Cook. There will be time to enjoy the Alpine paradise of Mt. Cook – a larger-than-life experience. You may choose to take a nature walk, enjoy an optional glacier flightseeing tour (weather permitting) or simply meditate on the beauty of the Southern Alps.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner     icons_therma  High  16  Low  8    icons_hotel  The Hermitage


Day 19. Mt. Cook – Christchurch

This morning, travel to the historic city of Christchurch. Devastated by an earthquake in early 2011, see first-hand how the city known as “the Garden City” is recreating itself. Enjoy some free time to explore. Stroll the city’s magnificent gardens or learn its more recent history at the Quake City exhibition at the Re:Start Mall.

icons_food  Breakfast   icons_therma  High  17  Low  8   icons_hotel  Rydges Latimer Hotel


Day 20. Christchurch – Picton – Wellington

On your journey to Picton, admire the coastal views, scenic river valleys and vineyards. From there, sail across Cook Strait to experience what has been called “the most beautiful ferry ride in the world.” Your final destination is Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High  16 Low  12   icons_hotel  Novotel Wellington


Day 21. Wellington

During your panoramic sightseeing tour of Wellington, view the Beehive, New Zealand’s Parliament; historic St. Paul’s Church; and the Old Government Building – the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere. Following the tour, visit the National Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongawera, a fascinating centre dedicated to art, history and the Maori culture.

icons_food  Breakfast    icons_therma  High 16  Low  12    icons_hotel  Novotel Wellington


Day 22. Wellington – Rotorua

Depart for the dramatic geothermal landscape of Rotorua. With over one-third of its population boasting Maori roots, this city is known as the Maori capital of New Zealand. Make yourself right at home this evening when a New Zealand family welcomes you into their home for the night!** This is sure to be an unforgettable experience as you make new friends, learn about the customs of the “Kiwis,” and enjoy a home-cooked meal.

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High 15  Low  4   icons_hotel Millennium Hotel Rotorua


Day 23. Rotorua

This morning, visit Te Puia – New Zealand’s premier Maori cultural and geothermal experience. Witness how the Maori keep their culture alive by teaching the tribal youth traditional carving and weaving. Enjoy the chance to view the Kiwi bird and learn what is being done in an effort to remove this marvellous creature from the endangered species list. Next, meet the skilled carvers who work with pounamu, New Zealand greenstone, at a local jade factory. Then, visit the Agrodome where you will see a sheep shearing demonstration and learn about the importance of agriculture to the nation.

icons_food  Breakfast    icons_therma  High 15  Low  4    icons_hotel  Millennium Hotel Rotorua


Day 24. Rotorua – Auckland

Travel through the majestic countryside of the North Island, arriving in New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, “The City of Sails.” A panoramic city tour features the America’s Cup Village, the War Memorial, vibrant Queen Street, the Auckland Harbour Bridge, and spectacular views from the harbour side. Join your fellow travellers this evening at a local restaurant for a farewell dinner where you will toast the end of a wonderful trip!

icons_food  Breakfast & Dinner   icons_therma  High 17  Low  12    icons_hotel  Mercure Auckland


Day 25. Auckland – Tour Ends

After breakfast your tour comes to an end in Auckland and we say goodbye.

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Please note: Accommodation is subject to change.


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  • New Zealand is 16 hours ahead; Cairns is 14 hours ahead; Melbourne and Sydney are 15 hours ahead; Alice Springs/Ayers Rock are 14.5 hours ahead of EST.
  • The highest point on this tour is 2,500 feet above sea level.
  • The currency in Australia is the Australian Dollar, and in New Zealand, it is the New Zealand Dollar.
  • Australia and New Zealand use 230 Volts. Both are Type I plugs.
  • Why not consider a pre and post tour extension. Start and end your holiday rested.

This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground and cobblestoned streets.

March 2016.

Mar 3  – Mar 13.                $3,079

Mar 10  – Mar 20.              $2,829

Mar 17 – Mar 27.               $2,829

April 2016.

Apr 7 – Apr 17.                   $2,949

Apr 14 – Apr 24.                 $2,949

Apr 21 – May 1.                  $2,949

June 2016.

Jun 6 – Jun 26.                    $3,979

Jun 20 – Jul 1.                      $3,979

July 2016.

Jul 18 – Jul 29.                      $3,979

August 2016. 

Aug 8 – Aug 19.                   $4,299

Aug 15 – Aug 26.                 $4,299

September 2016. 

Sep 5 – Sep 16.                    $3,979

Sep 12 – Sep 23.                  $3,979

Sep 26 – Oct 7.                     $3,979

October 2016.

Oct 10 – Oct 21.                   $3,979

November 2016.

Nov 7 – Nov 18.                    $3,469

March 2017.

Mar 13 – Mar 24.                   $3,469

Mar 27 – Apr 7.                      $3,599

April 2017.

Apr 3 – Apr 14.                       $3,729

Apr 24 – May 5.                      $3,729

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From $1,099* pp | 6 Days  • Departs 13 Feb 2017 from Melbourne  • Golden Princess  *Rate is per person, cruise only, balcony room twin share. 

Cruise round trip from Melbourne

  • Tasmania is known for its stunning scenery and wonderful food
  • Scenic cruising of beautiful Wineglass and Oyster Bay
  • Explore Hobart, founded in 1804, which combines colonial character with a sophisticated lifestyle 

Discover Tasmania

What a wonderful way to explore the “Apple Isle”. Delve into our colonial history , discover the scenic coastlines and even meet a Tasmanian devil.



Port Arrive



Melbourne, Australia 4:00pm


Wineglass Bay & Oyster Bays, Tasmania (Scenic Cruising)  2:00pm  5:00pm


Port Arthur (Tasmania), Australia (Tender Required – Wheelchair Access Limited)  7:00am  4:00pm


Hobart (Tasmania), Australia 7:00pm


Hobart (Tasmania), Australia 5:00pm


At Sea


Phillip Island, Australia 12:00am 11:00pm


Melbourne, Australia 7:00am


Deck Plan

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small tick-red-icon Cruise from Melbourne to Melbourne

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small tick-red-icon All shipboard main meals – breakfast, lunch & dinner – excluding speciality restaurants/balcony dining

small tick-red-icon Beverages – iced tea, lemonade, water, tea varieties and non-speciality coffee

small tick-red-icon Room service

small tick-red-icon Most entertainment and activities onboard

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Guest Capacity




Wineglass Bay & Oyster Bays, Tasmania – scenic cruising

Jutting out from Tasmania’s eastern coast, the Freycinet Peninsula is home to Freycinet National Park, a beautiful wilderness area encompassing pink granite mountains and jagged peaks that overlook the sparkling waters of the Tasman Sea.

Located within the park are two gorgeous bays, best viewed from the sea. Named for its shape, Wineglass Bay is the smaller of the two, a secluded area with glistening sapphire waters that give way to the velvety white sands of one of the world’s most stunning beaches. Broader in size, Great Oyster Bay is steeped in history, and served as the former stomping grounds of Tasmanian Aborigines who harvested shellfish along the coast.

Both bays attract tourists for their dramatic beauty and for the wealth of outdoor activities they both provide, including whale watching, sea kayaking, snorkelling and diving.

Port Arthur, Tasmania.

Port Arthur is named for George Arthur, the Lieutenant Governor of Tasmania from 1823 to 1837. It was Arthur who converted a small convict lumber station on the Tasman Peninsula into the most feared penal colony in Australia. Preserved today as the Port Arthur Historical Site, the then state-of-the-art prison was designed to hold repeat offenders in isolation and hard labour. When it closed in 1877, it marked the end of a dark chapter in English and Australian history.

Port Arthur is also your gateway to the wild and scenic Tasman Peninsula. Its wave-lashed coast is the site of spectacular rock formations such as Tasman Arch, the Tessellated Pavement and the Devil’s Kitchen. The peninsula is also home to small farms, superb fruit orchards and acclaimed vineyards.

The Tasman Peninsula is one of the last refuges for the endangered Tasmanian devil. The Tasmania Devil Conservation Park is in the forefront of protecting these unique – if surly and downright disagreeable – remnants of Tasmanian prehistory.

Note: Port Arthur is an anchorage port. Passengers transfer to shore via ship’s tender.

Hobart, Tasmania.

Tasmania’s capital has much in common with Sydney. Founded but a few years later, Hobart also owes its origins to the establishment of a penal colony – and its natural setting is just as impressive. Seen from its fine deep-water harbour, Hobart spills over the lower reaches of the Derwent Valley as Mt. Wellington towers in the background. Much of the city’s heritage is centred on the historic waterfront. North of the city stretches the vast parkland of the Queen’s Domain. Many of Tasmania’s other attractions are within easy reach of Hobart.

With more than 90 National Trust buildings, Hobart, founded in 1804, combines colonial character with a sophisticated metropolitan lifestyle.

Phillip Island, Australia

This small island off the coast of Victoria is Australia’s most popular destination after Ayers Rock. The reason? The island is home to the Fairy Penguin, the smallest of the 17 species of penguin. Your ship makes a special call at Phillip Island to afford passengers the opportunity to view these charming creatures in their native habitat.

Phillip Island is an anchorage call. Passengers transfer to shore via ship’s tender.

Melbourne, Australia.

Victoria may be Australia’s smallest continental state, but Melbourne, its capital, is big on everything. With a population of 4.25 million people living in 59 separately named communities within 715 square miles, Melbourne is a sprawling city offering culture, art, fashion and friendly, sports-minded Australians. It is also an easy city to explore. At the heart of the city is the Golden Mile, the city’s governmental and commercial centre, home to hotels, shops, restaurants and theatres.

Originally part of New South Wales, Victoria became a colony in its own right in 1851. The discovery of gold propelled Melbourne’s growth to prominence and prosperity.

Travel Tip: Melbourne is pronounced “mell-burn.”



  • Anytime Dining or Traditional Dining (breakfast, lunch & dinner) * Exceptions: Anytime Dining is not available on Dawn, Sea, and Sun Princess (while sailing in Australia), Ocean, or Pacific Princess.
  • Room Service (24 hours)
  • Casual Dining Venues * Exceptions: Vines Wine & Seafood Bar & speciality drinks at the International Café
  • Beverages (Iced Tea, Lemonade, Water, Tea varieties, Non- Speciality Coffee) * Exceptions: Sodas, Alcoholic Beverages
  • Specialty Restaurants (including Chef’s Table) *Additional fees may apply
  • Balcony Dining (breakfast & dinner only) *Additional fees may apply

Entertainment and Amenities:

  • Daytime activities, including the fitness centre (exceptions are speciality fitness classes), zumba classes, afternoon trivia, whirlpool spas and pools
  • Captain’s Welcome Champagne Waterfall Reception
  • Lotus Spa – included for Suite passengers – enjoy use of Lotus Spa Thermal Suite with the following exceptions:
    Royal Princess.
  • Discovery at SeaTM onboard activities
  • Library & Princess Book Club
  • Internet Access – Included for Platinum and Elite Captain’s Circle members – receive credit toward Internet Café packages
  • ScholarShip@Sea® enrichment activities * Exceptions: Creativity@Sea, Ceramic@Sea
  • Evening entertainment featuring live comedy, theatre, casino, karaoke, nightclubs, cinema and theme night parties
  • Theatre/Production Shows & Guest Entertainer Shows
  • Movies Under the Stars

In the staterooms:

  • En suite air-conditioned accommodation
  • Personal steward
  • Hairdryer and bathroom sundries
  • Refrigerator
  • Stateroom TV programming

For the family:

  • Youth & Teen Programs * Exceptions: Group Kid sitting
  • Youth & Teen Activities * Exceptions: Jr. Chef@Sea cooking workshop


  • All Australian and overseas port taxes
Grand Suite with Balcony

Grand Suite with Balcony

Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive 319 to 730-square-foot Suites. Suite staterooms include a spacious cabin and large 114 to 181-square-foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits.


Suite with Balcony

Suite with Balcony

Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive 319 to 1,314-square-foot Suites. Suite staterooms include a spacious cabin and large 114 to 450-square-foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits.


Family Suite with Balcony

Family Suite with Balcony

Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive 319 to 730-square-foot Suites. Suite staterooms include a spacious cabin and large 114 to 181-square-foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits.


Suite with Window

Suite with Window

Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive 319 to 1,314-square-foot Suites. Suite staterooms include a spacious cabin, along with special suite-only benefits.


Mini-Suite with Balcony

Mini-Suite with Balcony

The luxurious Mini-Suite offers approximately 323 square feet of comfort and a separate seating area with a sofa bed for lounging or sleeping a third passenger. The spacious balcony is approximately 61 square feet and the bathroom offers a combination tub and shower.




The spacious approximately 232-square-foot Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from an approximately 47-square-foot private balcony.


Premium Oceanview

Premium Oceanview

The Premium Oceanview stateroom is approximately 206 square feet and features a picture window for memorable views.




The Oceanview stateroom is approximately 163 to 171 square feet and features a picture window^ for memorable views.


Oceanview (Obstructed)

Oceanview Obstructed

The Obstructed Oceanview stateroom is approximately 168 square feet and features the same fine amenities as our Oceanview stateroom, but the view from the picture window is either fully or partially obstructed.




The Interior stateroom is approximately 160 to 182 square feet and richly appointed with fine amenities. Some also have pullman beds to accommodate 3rd and 4th passengers.


Dine in the manner that suits your schedule instead of cramping your style. Choose from Traditional Dining, Anytime Dining, Specialty Dining or Casual Dining.

Our Princess chefs are true culinary artists who insist on serving the very finest cuisine – and it shows. Our entire fleet has been inducted into the prestigious Chaîne des Rôtisseurs gastronomic society. Each chef’s menu is creative and the selections change every day. Pair that with impeccable service and you’re in for an unforgettable gourmet experience.



This ship offers several formal dining rooms in the cruise tradition, with Traditional Dining at the same times for each meal, with attentive service provided by your own waiter throughout the cruise.

  • Canaletto Dining Room



Anytime Dining means you aren’t limited to eating at a fixed time or place on the ship. Instead, the choice of when and where you want to eat is flexible, based only on your stomach’s whim.

  • Donatello Dining Room
  • Bernini Dining Room



Our ships’ restaurants are always in big demand and this ship’s options are no exception, serving up exquisite local specialties and gourmet favourites. Reservations recommended. Cover charge applies.



Want to maximise your pool time and minimise your mealtime? Get a quick and satisfying bite whenever you like at our Casual Dining eateries, or get take-out and dine by the pool.

  • International Cafe (nominal charge applies to select items)
  • Horizon Court
  • Lobby Bar
  • Vines Wine Bar (nominal charge applies to select items) – Voted one of the “Best Wine Bars at Sea,” by USA Today!
  • Sundaes ice cream bar
  • Prego Pizzeria
  • Trident Grill (burgers & hot dogs)
  • Afternoon tea
  • 24-hour room service



Nights are always a buzz with activity, and it’s up to you to choose your pleasure – from live theatre and the big screen, to plush lounges, swanky casinos and dance clubs.

To say the nightlife onboard is entertaining is an understatement. Illuminating the stage in captivating productions, our performers are some of the most talented musicians, singers and dancers at sea. Our Princess Signature Shows, lounge performers, movies and casinos are just some of the entertainment our guests enjoy as they escape completely.



This ship’s theatre venues are designed with great acoustics, the best seats in the house, and stellar acts. The movies shown are all first-run feature-length films.

  • Princess Theatre
  • Vista Show Lounge
  • Movies Under the Stars® outdoor theatre

Hot Spots

Hot Spots

Our ship’s Hot Spots are just that – sizzling! They vary depending upon the ship and feature dazzling casinos, our Movies Under The Stars outdoor theatre, night clubs, dance floors and more.

  • Grand Casino
  • Explorer’s Lounge (nightclub-style performances)
  • Skywalkers Nightclub (top deck nightclub)



Whether you’re in the mood for a cosy space to sip cocktails with someone special or a swanky place to savour a cigar and make new friends, Princess ships provide it all.

  • Wheelhouse Bar
  • Explorer’s Lounge
  • Player’s Cigar Bar*
  • Promenade Lounge and Bar* Designated guest smoking area.



Fill your days with activities and do nothing the next. Take a personal enrichment class, do yoga, go duty-free shopping, or just relax with a dip in one of the pools or spas.

Pools & Spas

Pools & Spas

Sometimes floating serenely just isn’t enough – splash around or take a dip in one of this ship’s bubbling hot tubs.

  • Calypso Reef and Pool (plus 2 hot tubs)
  • Neptune’s Reef and Pool (plus 2 hot tubs)
  • Terrace Pool
  • Oasis bar & hot tubs
  • The Sanctuary (adults only)



Our ships will keep you on the run, literally, with basketball, paddle tennis, jogging tracks and state-of-the-art gyms equipped with machines that’ll keep your heart rate pumping.

  • Lotus Spa®, gym and fitness area
  • Nine-hole putting course (Princess Links)
  • Shuffleboard
  • Centre Court



When is a cruise an opportunity to enrich? When it’s a Princess cruise. This ship offers area lectures, art exhibits and classes taught by local experts.

  • World-class art collection, gallery and auctions
  • ScholarShip@Sea®
  • 24-hour Internet service (wireless access available)
  • Library
  • Hearts & Minds Wedding Chapel



Deals on designer clothing and gifts, including Lladro, Swarovski, Calvin Klein, Tommy Bahama, Lancome, Clinique, Estee Lauder, and Fossil – all up to 30% off.

  • Boutiques (duty-free)
  • Future Cruise Sales

Under 18

Under 18

A Princess Cruise means fun for the entire family – with activities for kids to keep them happy and special teen programs to get them involved too. With Princess, young kids and teens have their own kind of fun – and their own place to hang out. Our youth and teen centres are fully equipped with everything from the latest video games and movies, to arts and crafts, fooseball tables, board games and jukeboxes. And for the littlest ones, activities like kids’ karaoke, pizza parties, pyjama nights and more.

Kids & Teens

Kids & Teens

This ship’s activities run the age-appropriate gamut for those under 18 – from Princess Pelicans (ages 3 to 7), and Shockwaves (ages 8-12), to remix (ages 13-17).

  • The Fun Zone
  • Teen Centre
  • Teen hot tub
  • Voyage of Discovery video arcade
  • Splash pool


per person from*

Cruise Code

Interior Ocean View Balcony Mini Suite



Golden Princess

$1,099 $1,399 $1,599 $1,899 $2,799
Guests 3 & 4 – same stateroom $299 $299 $499 $499 $1,399
*Prices shown are all from prices and per person. Fares shown are based on availability in lead in cabins and whilst all information is correct at the time of publication, prices are subject to change or withdrawal.
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