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Princess Cruises

"It's more than a cruise, it's The Love Boat!"


Indeed, a Princess ship (the Island Princess) was used for the popular TV series "The Love Boat" and the cruise line still benefits from that image among the older folks which are the majority of the cruise ship passengers. The company does not rely on old images only though, Princess is well known for great service, reliability and one of the most up-to-date fleets in the industry.
The company also has a good reputation for treating well it's employees which explains the high rate of returning crew. It is our opinion that Princess Cruises is one of the most highly recommended cruise lines to work for.


Fleet and itineraries:

Golden Princess: British registered, built 2001,
109.000 gross tons, 2.600 passengers, 1.100 crew
members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Trans-Atlantic, Caribbean.
 
     
Grand Princess: British registered, built 1998,
109.000 gross tons, 2.600 passengers, 1.100 crew
members.
Itineraries: Eastern Caribbean, Mediterranean, Trans-Atlantic.
 
     
Ocean Princess: British registered, built 2000, 77.000 gross tons, 1.950 passengers, 850 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Sea Princess: British registered, built 1998, 77.000 gross tons, 1.950 passengers, 850 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Dawn Princess: British registered, built 1997. 77.000 gross tons, 1.950 passengers, 850 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Sun Princess: British registered, built 1995, 77.000 gross tons, 1.950 passengers, 850 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Regal Princess: British registered, built 1991, 70.000 gross tons,1.590 passengers; 690 crew members.
Itineraries: Tahiti/Hawaii, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Orient/Asia,
Far East, Australia/New Zealand, South Pacific
 
     
Crown Princess: British registered, built 1990, 70.000 gross tons, 1.590 passengers, 690 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, Panama Canal, Trans-Atlantic,
Mediterranean, Baltics, Scandinavia/Russia, Canada/New England.
 
     
Royal Princess: British registered, built 1984, 45.000 gross tons, 1.200 passengers; 520 crew members.
Itineraries: South America/Amazon/Andes, Trans-Atlantic/Africa,
Mediterranean, Aegean, Scandinavia/Western Europe, Norwegian Fiords, Iceland, Black Sea,
World Cruise.
 
     
Pacific Princess: British registered, built 1972, 20.000 gross tons, 640 passengers, 350 crew members.
Itineraries: Bermuda, Trans-Atlantic, Holy Land, West Africa, Safari Cruisetours, India.
 

Princess Cruises is building at least four more mega ships at the moment, two in Italy and two in Japan. The first one to join the fleet in early 2001will be the Golden Princess, a 109.000 tons sister ship of the Grand Princess.

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