One of just two Princess Cruises ships designed to sail through the Panama Canal, Coral Princess offers guests a truly unique cruise, whether they are voyaging along this manmade masterpiece or sailing to another of the world's aweinspiring destinations. With a passenger capacity of less than 2,000 guests, Coral Princess is a midsized ship, meaning she can take you to places that larger ships can't all while boasting all of the usual features of a Princess Cruises ship. From Movies Under the Stars to incredible dining, service and entertainment, no guest will be disappointed by a cruise with Coral Princess.
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Choose from traditional set dining in the Provence Dining Room or Anytime Dining in the Bordeaux Dining Room. Treat yourself to Princess Cruise’s signature restaurant Sabatini's Italian Trattoria one night or try out the Bayou Cafe, a New Orleans style steakhouse.
For a quick bite head to Horizon Court and take in the panoramic views, or check out the outdoor pizzeria and hamburger grill on deck. Whatever your mood, there is a dining choice to suit all tastes onboard the Coral Princess.
Fancy taking in a Broadway inspired show on your next cruise? Well head to the Princess Theatre for twice nightly shows. If guest speakers or comedy nights are more up your street, check out the Universe Lounge, where different live acts perform throughout the week.
The lounge bars offer everything from live sports and music to dance classes and of course, incredible cocktails. Martini fans in particular should seek out Crooners for their Bond inspired drinks.Venues:
Onboard the Coral Princess there are plenty of ways to escape for some peace and quiet or enjoy some cultural learning. Head to the Art Gallery and enjoy the auction night or just take in the beautiful pieces on show, pop to the library for some quiet time or the internet cafe to keep in touch with friends and family at home.
The Kids and Teens centre, offers youngsters the chance to enjoy programs and entertainment tailored to them, as well as giving parents some time to themselves.
Treat yourself to an afternoon in the exclusive and adult-only Sanctuary or head to the Asian inspired Lotus Spa for a selection of relaxing therapies and treatments. There is also a full beauty salon and the adult-only Lotus Pool if some pampering is on the agenda.
For those looking to keep to their daily routine, or in need of burning off some of the incredible food, head to the state of the art fitness room. With the latest equipment and fully trained staff on call, there is everything you need to keep your fitness regime up, or start a new one at sea. Alternatively, why not take a relaxing yoga class or try a personal trainer session?
The dress code onboard the Coral Princess consists of both smart casual and formal. During the normal eveningsm smart casual attire is expected in the main dining rooms and restaurants. In addition, your cruise will feature some formal nights, where smart attire is expected. For those who prefer not to dress for dinner, the buffet restaurant is always casual dress, ideal after a long day of shore excursions.
Overall we enjoyed this cruise a lot. Passing through the Panama Canal was especially interesting. We have to say Food on the cruise was excellent and restaurant and Bar service very good, all staff friendly and helpful. Our cabin was very good with an excellent location and we appreciated the up-grade Iglu obtained for us. There were however some reservations. Our balcony was never cleaned and here and there on the ship we sometimes Ship is 3.
Great cruise - staff very good - food excellent. It is amazing on sea days that the ship does not seem crowded, plenty to do. Panama Canal is quite an experience. Look forward to our next trip.
We have just returned from a cruise through the Panama Canal. We had a mini suite and although not large the cabin was an acceptable size. Previous cruise was Oceana in stateroom with balcony which I found cramped. Pro's Great ship, Friendly staff, excellent steward, Clean cabin, Interesting itinerary for adults. I would not have taken teenagers on this trip. Two reasonable swimming pools I would have liked to have been shallower so we could have had aquafit sessions. Excellent shows by resident cast. We enjoyed the movies under the stars. Cons too cold in dining room and show areas take a jacket, cardigan or thick wrap! Hard sell for soda /wine/ photo deals can be irritating. Horrible pong of sewers by entrance to Princess theatre. Need to hire a couple more DVD's as same film shown several times each during the 2 week cruise. Spa pools too hot to use and possible health risk? Less salt in the food would be good. Please don't get the wrong idea we had a great holiday. Tip no tea /coffee making facilities in the cabin but free from room service 7-9am jugs of ice water free but you may have to ask more than once. Room service comes with a smile but not necessarily the correct order! water on the ship is drinkable and free ice is available. Laundry $4 wash & dry iron free Take your own wash tablets.