Sea Princess – cruise ship guide

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Sea Princess has been described as a “large ship with small ship intimacy”. During your time on board, you’ll never find yourself short of things to keep you entertained across the 14 decks.

She is currently hosting trips to a wide range of beautiful destinations around Australia, Asia, Europe and America.

Take a look at our current trips available on Sea Princess.

Sea Princess amenities and activities

With your comfort and enjoyment in mind, there are plenty of things for adults and kids alike to do between stops on Sea Princess.

For a relaxing splash around – or indeed a few lengths to get the blood pumping – you can enjoy the two pools on board, both of which feature two hot tubs. There’s also a spa if you feel like pampering yourself.

There are plenty of options for fitness fanatics too, including a gym and fitness area with weights and cardio equipment, sports courts, jogging tracks and more.

For more of a mental workout, you could check out the ship’s library and writing room, or the world-class art gallery and auctions. There’s also a 24-hour internet café with wireless access for keeping in touch with the rest of the world.

Or for a bit of retail therapy, the ship’s boutiques offers deals of designer clothing and gifts. Treat yourself, or perhaps someone back home!

And when it comes to entertainment, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Take in a show at the on-board theatre, or watch a movie in the cinema. Have a flutter at the casino, or enjoy some fine beverages at one of the ship’s many bars.

On-board accommodation

Between destinations, you’ll enjoy comfortable rooms on board, no matter what your budget. At a minimum, all rooms come with a queen-sized bed, TV, refrigerator and closet – and the better the room, the better the features get.

Interior room – the most basic (but still comfortable) accommodation, approximately 135 to 148 square feet in size.

Ocean view (obstructed) – a picture window providing some natural light, but with the view slightly obscured by the structure of the ship. Ideal if you want to make sure you get some daylight, but aren’t too worried about the view.

Ocean view – offering unobstructed ocean views throughout your time on board.

Ocean view deluxe – as above, but larger rooms.

Balcony – featuring your own private balcony area outside the room – and a truly panoramic sea view.

Mini-suite with balcony – offering a number of luxury features, including a sitting room area, walk-in closet and a much larger living area.

Suite with balcony – the best rooms Sea Princess has to offer – your own luxury apartment on board.

Current trips on Sea Princess

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific
In April 2013, Sea Princess will embark on a 35-night luxury cruise from Sydney, stopping at a number of beautiful exotic destinations on the way to and from Hawaii.

New Zealand round trip
Starting from Sydney, you’ll stop off at a number of locations in and around New Zealand. This trip lasts 13 nights in total.

China and Japan round trip
A 40-night trip to China and Japan, also stopping at Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Find many more trips on board Sea Princess here.

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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