Princess Cruise Ships

Presentation and tour of Princess Ship while docked in Saint John, New Brunswick.


Princess Cruise Ships

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by Tenia on October 15, 2003

What an amazing ship. It was so large but didn't feel big with the way it was set up. Even the shopping area was "only" four storys. The detail was amazing with marble floors, wood trim, tile floors, and art work throughout the ship. All the different restaurants, theatres, casinos, and the activities onboard showed this to be an amazing vacation experience. ${QuickSuggestions} Princess Cruise Lines has the most balcony suites and if you're going to sail past the amazing scenery of Alaska, why not watch from your private balcony. Difference in price in US dollars was about $100 to $150.${BestWay} Princess is planning to increase their fleet into the Caribbean over the next couple of years with the addition of the Princess Caribbean. This ship will have an amazing large screen like the one in Vegas or in Times Square that can feature shows like the Super Bowl. It'll be like a drive-in, but with the pool in front of the screen we can dub it a "dive-in". Princess offers extended visits to Alaska so that you can visit Mount McKinley, Fairbanks, fish for Alaskan salmon, or see the land of the midnight sun.

http://www.igougo.com/journal-j25857-Alaska-Princess_Cruise_Ships.html

©Travelocity.com LP 2000-2009