Ship statistics

Cruise Line: Princess Cruises

Entered service: Aug 1999/Nov 2002

Lifestyle: Standard

Onboard currency: US Dollar

Passengers (lower berths): 688

Crew: 373

Tonnage: 30,277

Length: 181 metres

Beam: 25.5 metres

Draft: 6.0 metres

Pacific Princess

Built in 1999 as R3 for Renaissance Cruises, Pacific Princess entered service for Princess Cruises in April 2002, after the Renaissance bankruptcy.

Pacific Princess is well known as the “Love Boat”, but the original Love Boat has been retired.

The Pacific Princess is one of the smaller ships within Princess Cruises’ fleet and caters more to travellers who want longer itineraries, more exotic ports of calls and fewer family-friendly elements. Pacific Princess will visit New Zealand on a round-the-world voyage this season, carrying mostly North Americans.

Princess Cruises does not allow passengers to bring liquor onboard and even that purchased onboard the duty free shop is retained until the last day of the cruise. Wine or champagne brought onboard at embarkation or in port are however allowed in the onboard restaurants with a corkage charge of USD15 and limited to one per person.

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