Princess Cruises Details 2011-2012 Hawaii, Tahiti and the South Pacific Cruise Season

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (July 29, 2010) — Sun, sand, swaying palm trees, the scent of topical flowers in the air and breathtaking island scenery set the stage for a South Pacific cruise vacation. Princess Cruises will take passengers on a variety of island voyages in 2011-2012 with a full schedule of cruises to… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises Adds a Kiwi Flavor to New Zealand Voyages

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (May 10, 2010) — Princess Cruises will introduce a distinct Kiwi flavor on its upcoming season of cruises to New Zealand, with passengers experiencing a taste of the local cuisine, entertainment and culture as they explore the North and South islands.
Passengers on Sun Princess and Dawn Princess’ New Zealand cruises will be… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises Announces Australian Expansion

Princess Cruises has announced that its superliner Sea Princess will be based in Australia over the 2011-12 cruise season, taking the size of the locally based Princess fleet to an unprecedented four ships.
Sailing from Sydney between October 2011 and March 2012, the 77,000-ton Sea Princess will offer cruises to New Zealand, Japan and Tasmania.
She will… [Continue Reading]

Princess Continues to Give Behind-the-Scenes Peak at Ship Refurbishment with Sea Princess Drydock Journal

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (September 14, 2009) — The enthusiastic following for Princess Cruises’ recent online drydock journals for Golden Princess and Dawn Princess, has prompted yet another installment for Sea Princess’ current drydock. Visitors to www.princess.com can follow along through September 25 as the ship receives new interior furnishings and finishes, fresh hull… [Continue Reading]

Princess Ships Start Plugging into Shore Power at Port of Vancouver

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (August 31, 2009) — Today Island Princess helped inaugurate the Port of Vancouver’s new shore power facility by turning off its engines and instead “plugging in” to clean hydroelectric power from shore.
The new shore power technology at the Canada Place cruise ship terminal enables Princess Cruises’ ships, and other equipped vessels, to… [Continue Reading]