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Pacific Princess

Capacity
670
Crew
375
Tonnage
30,277 GT
Length
181.00 m
First voyage
1999
Decks
9

MS Pacific Princess is a cruise ship owned by Princess Cruises and operated by Princess Cruises and P&O Cruises Australia. She was built in 1999 by the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France as MS R Three for Renaissance Cruises.

History

The vessel first entered operation in 1999, with Renaissance Cruises. The ship was not owned by the company, possession instead residing with a group of French investors, who leased the... Read more

Pacific Princess

Cruiseline: 
Capacity (DO): 
670
Crew: 
375
Tonnage: 
30,277 GT
Length: 
181.00 m
Beam: 
25.46 m
First voyage: 
1999
Decks: 
9

MS Pacific Princess is a cruise ship owned by Princess Cruises and operated by Princess Cruises and P&O Cruises Australia. She was built in 1999 by the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France as MS R Three for Renaissance Cruises.

History

The vessel first entered operation in 1999, with Renaissance Cruises. The ship was not owned by the company, possession instead residing with a group of French investors, who leased the ship to the company. In late 2001, the entire Renaissance fleet was seized by creditors. In late 2002, Princess Cruises chartered the R Three, along with sister ship R Four (previously Ocean Princess and now MS Sirena). Both vessels entered operation by the end of 2002. The charter terminated at the end of 2004, at which time both vessels were purchased by Princess Cruises. Gabi Hollows renamed the ship Pacific Princess in Sydney on 8 December 2002, named after the earlier Pacific Princess which served as the ship featured in the television series, The Love Boat.

On 25 August 2018, the Pacific Princess rescued three fisherman from a sunken trawler in the North Sea, about 25 miles north-east of Great Yarmouth.

Routes

In April 2018, Princess Cruises revealed 2020 World Cruise on Pacific Princess. During her 111-day sailing, the ship will call at the ports of 26 countries on five continents.

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Pacific_Princess

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Attractions on Pacific Princess


Bar

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We hope you have a minute to rest a little and to refresh yourself.

Lotus Spa

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Our goal at Princess is to return you to the world renewed in body, mind and spirit. Our Lotus Spa features spa treatments, fitness classes and beauty salon services. Our Lotus gyms offer the late...

Sun Deck

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Great place to enjoy sun, ocean breeze and exciting games.

Casino

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Lady Luck invites you to try your hand at the latest slots plus your favorite games of chance, including blackjack, Texas Hold ’Em, and roulette.

Card Room

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You'll definitely have a good time here - while relaxing and playing favorite games!

Shuffleboard

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Our ship is full of sports opportunities - and here's one of them!

Photo Gallery

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Our photographers have prepared for you series of remarkable photos related to our ship. You can buy your favorite ones.

Fitness Center

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Our ships will keep you on the run, literally, with state-of-the-art gyms equipped with machines that'll keep your heart rate pumping.

Golf Practice Cage

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If you are looking for a place to improve golfing skills, you can stop searching. This place is in front of you!

Casino Bar

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Whether you're in the mood for a cozy space to sip cocktails with someone special or a swanky place to make new friends, Princess ships provide it all.