Sun Princess is the newest ship to be announced by Princess Cruises. Due to set sail in 2024 from Port Everglades, Florida, she will be the brand’s largest ship yet accommodating 4,300 guests.
Boasting multi-storey dining rooms, an Italian inspired Piazza and innovative entertainment and leisure spaces in the new feature “The Dome”, Sun Princess will shine bright amongst the illustrious fleet.
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The dining options onboard include the traditional set dining times in the Regency dining room, the anytime dining of the Marquis dining room and the 24hr buffet with panoramic views in Horizon Court. There is also the Sterling Steakhouse for those red meat or lobster cravings and a variety of quick service options on deck.
Sun Princess brings new innovation to entertainment spaces through the new dynamic space "The Dome". Inspired by the terraces of Santorini, this first-of-it's kind space split will spill over multiple levels and be enclosed by an elegant Glass Dome. During the day the space will make the most of the light and sun in the indoor/outdoor pool, a perfect place to enjoy the views and relax. In the evening the space transforms into a modern entertainment venue and stage with stae-of-the-art lighting effects and aerial performances.
If you’d like your evening to last a little longer, the ship will also offer favourite venues like Crooners Bar and Bellini's Cocktail Bar set by an incredible three-storey suspended Piazza, the perfect place to take in the incredible ocean views.
This new ship will also be launching a new level of suite accommodation known as the Signature Collection. this exclusive accommodation option will provide premium amenities and services to guests including private areas and dining.
The previously named Club Class accommodation will now be called Reserve Collection and feature resort-style accommodation, large lounge spaces and access to the Reserve Collection Restaurant.
Onboard the Sun Princess the dress code is both smart casual and formal, depending on the evening’s entertainment. Cruises of seven nights will often feature two formal evenings, with more on longer cruises. During most evenings the main dining rooms and restaurants dress code is smart casual, while on formal nights a smarter dress is expected.
For those who don't wish to dress for dinner each night, or who prefer something more casual after a long day, head to the buffet for a more casual experience.