The Princess Cruises fleet is made up of 18 ships across five fleets, including the brand new Royal class.
COMING IN 2019 THE BRAND NEW SKY PRINCESS!
The newest and largest members of the Princess Cruises fleet, the Royal class of ships certainly live up to their name. The first member of the class, the Royal Princess, was christened by the Duchess of Cambridge in 2013, and featured generously extended public spaces including the stunning central Piazza atrium.
The Regal Princess and Majestic Princess joined the fleet in 2014 and 2017 respectively.
Made up of nine much-loved liners, the Grand class is Princess Cruises’ largest class of ships. The Grand class of ships can be spotted all around the world, boasting an amazing array of on-board amenities and visiting some of the world’s most delightful destinations.
- Grand Princess Golden Princess Star Princess Diamond Princess Sapphire Princess
- Caribbean Princess Crown Princess Emerald Princess Ruby Princess
- Sea Princess Pacific Princess Sun Princess Coral Princess Island Princess
Built over the same period as the Grand class, the two ships in the Coral class are decidedly smaller and more intimate. The two ships specialise in offering charming itineraries around Alaska, capable of calling at ports that larger ships can’t visit. If you’re keen to explore this exceptional part of the world, there’s few finer ways to do it than on board a member of the Coral