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Princess Cruises Fleet Guide

5 minutes read • November 14th, 2019
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Princess Cruises? The Love Boat TV series? The most romantic ship horn ever? The

Princess Cruises fleet

that helps cruise lovers explore fantastic destinations in various parts of our planet? No doubt, this cruise line is known all over the world and is one of the major players in the cruise industry. And, yes, Princess Cruises, or rather its ships, is exactly what we are going to talk about today. So let’s go!
Princess Cruises Fleet
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Currently, the cruise line’s fleet consists of 14 vessels. Besides, the company has one liner under construction, and two more next-generation LNG-powered cruise ships on order.
Let’s check the list of Princess Cruises ships by class.
 

PRINCESS CRUISES CRUISE SHIPS BY CLASS

  • Royal Class
Princess Cruises Fleet
Regal Princess
© Public domain/Pixabay

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Departure Port
Royal Princess 2013 142,299 3,560 2018 Sydney, Australia; Brisbane, Australia; Hong Kong, China; Fremantle, Australia; Adelaide, Australia; Melbourne, Australia
Regal Princess 2014 142,299 3,560 2017 Southampton, England; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Barcelona, Spain; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Copenhagen, Denmark; St. Petersburg, Russia; New York, NY
Majestic Princess 2017 143,700 3,560   Seattle, WA; Los Angeles, CA; Vancouver, Canada; Whittier, AK; Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia
Sky Princess 2019 141,000 3,660   Southampton, England; Fort Lauderdale, FL;
Enchanted Princess 2020 145,281 3,660   Fort Lauderdale, FL; Copenhagen, Denmark; St. Petersburg, Russia; New York, NY; Barcelona, Spain; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Piraeus (Athens), Greece
 
  • Grand Class
Princess Cruises Fleet
Diamond Princess
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Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Departure Port
Grand Princess 1998 107,751 2,600 2019 Los Angeles, CA; Vancouver, Canada; Whittier, AK; Auckland, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia; Melbourne, Australia; Adelaide, Australia; San Francisco, CA
Diamond Princess 2004 115,875 2,670 2019 Los Angeles, CA; San Antonio, Chile; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Yokohama, Japan; Kobe, Japan; Singapore
Sapphire Princess 2004 115,857 2,670 2018 Melbourne, Australia; Adelaide, Australia; Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; San Francisco, CA; Vancouver, Canada; Whittier, AK; Los Angeles, CA; San Antonio, Chile; Buenos Aires, Argentina
Caribbean Princess 2004 112,894 3,140 2019 Fort Lauderdale, FL; Quebec City, Canada; New York, NY
Crown Princess 2006 113,561 3,080 2018 Fort Lauderdale, FL; Los Angeles, CA; Vancouver, Canada; Seattle, WA
Emerald Princess 2007 113,561 3,080 2019 Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Southampton, England; Los Angeles, CA
Ruby Princess 2008 113,561 3,080 2018 San Francisco, CA; Fort Lauderdale, FL
           
 
  • Coral Class
Princess Cruises Fleet
Island Princess by Diego Delso/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0
 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Departure Port
Coral Princess 2002 91,627 2,000 2019 Brisbane, Australia; Sydney, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; Dubai, UAE; Dover, England; New York, NY; Fremantle, Australia
Island Princess 2003 92,822 2,200 2017 Fort Lauderdale, FL; Los Angeles, CA; Sydney, Australia; Dubai, UAE; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Southampton, England; Copenhagen, Denmark
 

PRINCESS CRUISES FUTURE SHIPS

  • Discovery Princess
Princess Cruises Fleet
Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises
 
Due to enter service: 2022
Class: Royal Class
Tonnage: 145,000 GT
Guest Capacity: 3,660
Departure Port: Los Angeles, CA; Vancouver, Canada; Seattle, WA

Besides, the cruise line has two more ships on order. They will be the first LNG-powered Princess ships and members of the new Sphere Class. The liners are scheduled to enter service in 2023 and 2025.

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