Sea Princess is an older, midsize ship, one of three Sun Class vessels, which enjoyed a brief excursion into the P&O fleet, cruising as Adonia from 2003 to 2005. Although she rejoined Princess Cruises, bringing somewhat of a British feel with her, she has been fully reintegrated back into the powerhouse U.S. line thanks to two major refurbishments. The first was in 2009 and it saw the ship emerge with popular features drawn from the newer ships in the fleet, including the adults-only Sanctuary. The second took place in 2012. One of the many design features guests enjoy on Sea Princess is her size; she's spacious, never feels crowded and has a small-ship atmosphere with all the bells and whistles of her larger and newer siblings. Sea Princess is also a ship that pleases everyone from young to mature, with excellent children's facilities and plenty of grown-up areas and activities on offer.
Entertainment includes Broadway-style and cabaret shows, live music, guest artists including magicians and comedians. Sea Princess also features four pools, five whirlpools, the Lotus Spa, duty-free shops, seven bars and lounges, a casino, a sports deck and an Internet café.