|Launched:||8th January 1999|
Pacific Princes offers all the features and amenities of the Princess cruise megaships in an intimate, boutique-style setting. Carrying 826 passengers at full capacity, the 30,277-ton 594-foot ship cruises the Amazon River, the Panama Canal, Alaska, and Hawaii.
Pacific Princess Recreation
Pacific Princess features many of the Princess cruise lines most popular amenities. The Cabaret Lounge is the place to catch a fun theater production or watch first run movies on a big screen, while the Pacific Lounge is ideal for intimate nightclub-style performances and dancing. If you're feeling lucky, you'll love spending the evening in the onboard casino where you can try your luck at slot machines and table games. Three bars offer a full menu of drinks and great conversation with fellow cruisers. A gorgeous main pool area complete with two hot tubs is the place to go when you want to get some sun. For onboard fitness, visit the gym, golfing cages, or jogging track. Relaxing post-workout spa and salon treatments are available in the Lotus Spa. Pacific Princess is also the home of one of the best libraries at sea, which offers plenty of cozy seating, a wide selection of books, and faux fireplaces for a relaxing environment. Workshops and educational seminars are available through the ScholarShip@Sea program, as well as an art gallery and auctions. The ship offers Internet access for a fee 24 hours a day in the computer areas and wirelessly throughout the ship. Movies, crafts, and other activities are available for kids and teens when more than 30 passengers onboard are under 18 years old.
Pacific Princess Food
Whether you want to make dinner a formal affair or you're looking to grab a quick breakfast before disembarking for a day of adventure at port, Princess cruises offer several dining options for you. The main dining room onboard Pacific Princess, the Club Restaurant, offers fixed, formal seating with one waiter attending your needs throughout the cruise if you choose. The Panorama Buffet is the place for casual self-serve dining at breakfast, lunch, and dinner for a quick and delicious meal anytime - no reservations required. The pizzeria, patisserie, and poolside barbeque also offer snacks and lunch throughout the day. A formal afternoon tea is served every day in the dining room. Two specialty restaurants - Sabatini's Italian Restaurant and Sterling Steakhouse - serve gourmet cuisine for a small cover charge, and reservations are suggested. Room service is available 24 hours a day delivered directly to your stateroom. An in-stateroom dining experience is also available for balcony-room holders with private service for breakfast or dinner for a fee.
Pacific Princess Staterooms
Staterooms onboard the Pacific Princess range in size from 146 to 962 square feet. Like all Princess cruise staterooms, Pacific Princess cabins feature twin-to-queen convertible beds, desks, televisions, mini refrigerators, and private bathrooms with shower. Interior cabins feature all the standard amenities for a great value. Oceanview rooms feature a window or portal with breathtaking sea views. A majority of oceanview rooms also feature private balconies. Mini-suites are larger with bathtubs and a separate seating area. For the ultimate in luxury, suites feature whirlpool bathtubs, two televisions, large balconies, and other in-room amenities.