• Length: 857ft
    Beam: 106.00ft
    Cruising speed: 19kn
    Crew: 924
    Kids Club: For 3 different age groups
    Passenger Capacity: 2000
    24-Hour Room Service
    Art Auctions
    Coin Operated Laundry
    Duty Free Shopping
    Internet Facilities
    Security Safe in Cabin
  • Year: 1995
    Draft: 26.50ft
    Bars/Lounges: 9
    Gross Tonnage: 77,499
    Onboard Currency: AU Dollars
    Refurbished: 2016
    All Main Meals Included
    Dance Classes
    Jogging Track
    Live Music

Cruising onboard the Sun Princess Cruise Ship

From the moment you step aboard Sun Princess, you will realise that you've made the right choice. This isn't going to be just a holiday; this will be an unforgettable experience where you can escape completely. The Sun Princess is premium quality cruising. Every conceivable comfort and convenience has been built into their innovative design. From the ships' grand four-storey atrium, to it's rich furnishings and the clever use of glass that brings you extraordinary views, this ship is in a class of it's own. Sun Princess is about personal choice. On board there is an incredible choice of amenities to indulge yourself in. There are eight restaurants and cafes, four pools, five whirlpool spas, seven bars and lounges, the Lotus Spa, gym and fitness area, plus three children's clubs. Even though the Sun Princess is a world class superliner, you will always find a quiet place to relax. It's what Princess call 'Big Ship Choice, Small Ship Feel' and it's unique to Princess Cruises. You'll dine at some of the best waterfront tables in the world and you will always find something to suit your mood as the Sun Princess offers a large choice of dining options, including traditional fine dining in the main restaurants, 24-hour room service, a delicious Pizzeria, sumptuous buffet selections and our specialty restaurant - the Sterling Steakhouse. Every day you'll be treated to an extraordinary experience. With the Sun Princess now permanently based in Australia the ship had some changes made to it, to better serve the Australian and New Zealand traveler. The onboard currency is Australian Dollars, the wine list is made up of NZ and AU wines, the shows have a "down under" feel to them, and there are increased numbers of NZ and Australian crew onboard.