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Pacific Princess

Pacific Princess is one of Princess Cruises smaller, more boutique-style ships, perfect for heading to less accessible destinations and a more intimate experience, yet she stays true to Princess Cruises incredible standards. Sister ship of Ocean Princess, Pacific Princess takes you on incredible itineraries that the larger ships are unable to offer.

Less is more with Princess and the smaller size means that the Pacific Princess offers more intimate restaurants, less crowds- there's only 680 people onboard- and of course, Princess’s great entertainment. Read about Chelsea's first hand experience on the Rocky Mountaineer

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2003
Tonnage 30000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 5
Number Of Decks 9
Number Of Elevators 4
Number Of Pools 1
Number Of Restaurants 3
Formal Nights Yes
Maximum Capacity 670 (826)
Crew 373
Refurbished 2017

Ship Facilities

Onboard Pacific Princess, the Club Dining Room offers traditional fixed dining times, chosen at the time of booking, though for evenings where you fancy something a little different and more flexible you can head to the speciality restaurants for a small cover charge. The signature Sterling Steakhouse offers the finest steak and fantastic seafood, while the ever popular Sabatini's Italian Trattoria has remained a Princess favourite for a reason.

For casual dining head to Horizon 24 hours a day for a fantastic selection of food, with different themes throughout your cruise, or head to the hamburger grill and pizzeria on deck for your fast food fix.

  • Traditional Fixed Dining: Club Dining Room
  • Two specialty restaurants: Sabatini's Italian Trattoria and Sterling Steakhouse
  • Horizon Court 24-hour international food court
  • Outdoor pizzeria and hamburger grill
  • Patisserie
  • Round-the-clock room service

Pacific Princess has crammed in as much entertainment for you as possible. The Show Lounge does exactly what it says on the tin, with great live music and entertainment every night. There is also a sports bar and the Observation Lounge, which doubles as the onboard night club, perfect for anyone who wants to make their night stretch out into the early hours.

Venues
  • Show Lounge
  • Observation Lounge & Nightclub
  • Casino
  • Sports bar
  • Discovery at SeaTM

Spa and fitness

The Asian inspired Lotus Spa offers a superb selection of massages, treatments and beauty therapies, so whether dealing with those aches and pains or pampering yourself, the staff will more than look after you onboard.

The ship also features a state of the art fitness centre with professional staff, weight and aerobic conditioning equipment, sauna and solarium. Though this gym may be a little more intimate than those on other ships, it still offers everything you need to burn off all the fantastic food and cocktails.

Recreation

Boutique-style ships doesn't mean less onboard, just more elegant and intimate amenities. Head to the Art Gallery or library for some cultured relaxation, pop into the duty free shopping, or send the children to the Youth Centre for some peace and quiet. Before you leave, don't forget to try out the pool, spa, casino and lounges sprinkled across the ship.

Facilities
  • Art Gallery
  • Duty Free Boutique
  • Library and Card Room
  • Internet Cafe
  • Youth centre (when 20 or more children are sailing)
  • Laundry
  • Easy wheelchair access staterooms and most public areas
  • Medical centre

Dress code

The dress code onboard Pacific Princess combines smart casual and elegantly formal on one of the cruise lines most intimate ships, with black tie evenings taking place on some nights and a more relaxed, yet still smart casual affair on others.

If a long day ashore, in the spa or a leisurely lunch means you don't fancy dressing for dinner, you can head to the buffet, where casual dining takes place every night.

Customer reviews for Pacific Princess

Friendly crew, not too large a ship, good food, amply-sized cabins. A few small gripes: they're very wasteful of paper, their shows are rather out-dated (song and dance format) and -- the daily irritant for me -- the desk chair in the cabin didn't have a back. Best crew member: Randy the lively pianist and singer.

This was my first cruise. I'm 59 and I was among the youngest on board. Not many peers to hang with. The food was horrible. I can't wait to get off so I can eat a good meal. We had to eat in the steakhouse at $60 for both of us to get a decent meal. They say their pizza is award winning (best on a cruise). Trust me....no way. The cheese is bad, bad, bad. I'm from Phila and that's NOT a good pizza. I don't eat a lot of meat. So I ended up having Fettuccini Alfredo almost every night. The only good dish the chef made was his pasta with tomatoe sauce. My boyfriend is a chef of 40 years and will eat a wide range of foods. He's been on 3 other cruises and thought the food was very dissappointing. Won't sail them again. I starved!!!!!!!!!

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Just back from Norwegian fjords cruise on Pacific Princess, it was fabulous. The ports of call, all the fjords and right up to Svalbard and the Northern Cape were fascinating, but best of all were the crew and the ship -definitely the best in the fleet.