Royal Princess

Moderate Mega SET SAIL 2013
Menu of gym classes, like yoga, boot camp, cycling and more
Made-to-order Neapolitan-style pizzas at Alfredo's
Sushi and cocktails overlooking the atrium at Ocean Terrace
The aft Outrigger Bar, enjoy margaritas and watch the wake

What's not to love about a brand new ship with more choices for dining, entertainment and ways to chill out than ever before? Already, Royal Princess is proving popular with all ages, and with both frequent cruisers and first-timers. Comfortable yet elegant, large but with enough intimate spaces located throughout the ship, the Royal Princess is the consummate all-arounder.

Royal Princess OVERVIEW

There's a lot to love about this ship. Royal Princess is the newest Princess in the fleet, christened by a princess godmother — Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — in June 2013. And while she reflects the Princess Cruises' rich traditions, Royal Princess offers a thoroughly modern cruising experience, with the full range of amenities and dining choices today's travelers expect. The atrium is all glitz and gold, and formal nights are still on the agenda. There are blissful adult retreats — an adult pool, the Enclave in the Lotus Spa and the Sanctuary sundeck — and the largest menus of gelato, pizza and Super Tuscan wines at sea. Bonus: She is one of the most stable large cruise ships at sea, thanks to an innovative hull design.

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Royal Princess treks around Europe in the spring and summer with embarkation pionts in Denmark, Germany and Russia. In the fall, she spends some time in Canada and New England from New York and then glides into Fort Lauderdale for winter treks in the Caribbean.