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Island Princess

Capacity
2200
Crew
900
Tonnage
92 000
Length
294 m (964 ft)
First voyage
2003
Decks
16

Island Princess is a cruise ship for the Princess Cruises line. She is the sister ship to Coral Princess and together they are the only Panamax ships in Princess's fleet together with their R Class vessels and Sun-Class ships. She was constructed at Chantiers de l'Atlantique, France.

Route

Island Princess's main itinerary consists of seven-day Alaskan cruises from Vancouver, British Columbia to Whittier, Alaska during the summer months. During the fall, winter, and spring, Island Princess... Read more

Island Princess

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
2200
Crew: 
900
Tonnage: 
92 000
Length: 
294 m (964 ft)
Beam: 
32m (106ft) (waterline) 37m (122ft) (bridge wings)
First voyage: 
2003
Decks: 
16

Island Princess is a cruise ship for the Princess Cruises line. She is the sister ship to Coral Princess and together they are the only Panamax ships in Princess's fleet together with their R Class vessels and Sun-Class ships. She was constructed at Chantiers de l'Atlantique, France.

Route

Island Princess's main itinerary consists of seven-day Alaskan cruises from Vancouver, British Columbia to Whittier, Alaska during the summer months. During the fall, winter, and spring, Island Princess and her sister ship Coral Princess run 10/14-15 day Panama Canal cruises with stops in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, San Juan del Sur, Puntarenas, Costa Rica, Cartagena, Colombia, and Oranjestad, Aruba.

In 2015 Island Princess sailed on cruises for the first time in Europe, traveling between Barcelona and Venice.

In 2019/2020 cruise season, Island Princess will continue to operate the West Coast cruises.

 

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MS_Island_Princess_(2003)

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Attractions on Island Princess


La Patisserie

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Cappuccino, espresso, lattes or mochas. Also we can propose pastries, desserts and spirits. Come in and rest a little!
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Princess Theater Lower Level

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This ship's theater venues are designed with great acoustics, the best seats in the house, and stellar acts. The movies shown are all first-run feature-length films.

Male Change

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Platinum Studio

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Platinum studio is about capturing a person's inner essence in a photograph so that others can truly see what makes a person unique. Centered on the art of simplicity, the Platinum Studio experien...
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Passenger Services

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Have you got any questions? Our personnel have answers to all of them!
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Bayou Cafe & Steakhouse

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The first New Orleans-inspired specialty restaurant at sea, Bayou Caf? offers fresh and authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine, N’Awlins crawfish “mud bug” bisque, peel-and-eat shrimp, smothered gator ...

Female Change

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Lawn Court

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Our Lawn Court is ideal place to show your skills in playing croquet, for example.
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Princess Plaza

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Different performances and entertaining show programs, dancing and, of course, relax drinks can make you happy today!
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Sabatini's

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Our popular Italian dining option is arguably one of the "Best Cruise Ship Specialty Restaurants" at sea. You’ll be astonished by the signature pastas and seafood specialties, as well as the authen...

Latest travel blogs about Island Princess



Island Princess from Lions Gate bridge © SilentObserver/Flickr/CC BY 2.0

Reasons to Take a Cruise on Island Princess


Island Princess is seen mainly as a comfortable mid-sized ship, complete with exciting facilities and services. This vessel has a huge variety of food and amenities for both children and adults. Island Princess belongs to the Coral-class of the Princess Cruise line . Built in France, she is...

Boarding starts from the noon, and today morning can be dedicated to walks on Vancouver streets, that is the third part of my acquaintance with the city philosophy. The weather is very gray and rainy, but it is not a trouble for such enthusiast as I am. Center of Vancouver is not that big and...
Vancouver from the side is partly seen already (tomorrow we will see it from the board of the ship). Now we'll see Vancouver from above. But day was cloudy (it rains very often in this region, as well as on the south-east of Alaska , in a so called handle of a Alaskan pan). But I'd rather...
Finally the outlines of  Skagway  appeared in the distance with cruise ships moored at its berth - today our " Island Princess " met with "Seven Seas Navigator" of the "Regent Seven Seas Cruises" - of the luxury US cruise company based in Florida, which...
Though the cruise from Vancouver to Alaska is relatively short, it can be easily divided into three logical parts: the first one is a departure from Vancouver, the passage through its surrounding area, and a day at sea following after this: the second part are three stops in...
So, we continue. And now let's walk further… A pleasant local fellow accompanying us in taiga tells about the herbs growing in  Alaska . The aviation part of our trip begins. We got quite far, Hoonah is situated 31 miles (50 kilometers) from  Juneau  and is separated from...
What amazing watercolor paints! Here is the cockpit: The nearby plane starts to run - it's time for us to follow it! We return back to  Ketchikan , and as you can see in the photo, two other seaplanes are flying from the opposite direction. We are going to the runway of the...