About This Line
Weddings: Noted as the “Love Boats,” Princess ships were the first at sea to offer captain-officiated weddings, and unlike most cruise lines they still do.
Sophistication: Princess Cruises’ ships range from midsize to megaship, but all have a sophisticated ambience.
Movies under the Stars: An innovative feature copied by other cruise lines, Princess was the first line to offer movies and other programming on giant poolside LED screens.
Accessibility: Princess is a top choice for travelers with disabilities since the ships and even shore excursions offer more choices for them.
Relaxation: Ships in the Princess fleet feature another cruise industry first—the Sanctuary, where adults can get away from it all, has become a signature element, imitated by many other lines.
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