Small ships get into unique destinations. British cruisers may be familiar with the the Regatta Class Cruise Ship, Adonia, which was one of our favourite ships. This is a sister ship, the series being built by by Chantiers de l’Atlantique at their shipyard in St. Nazaire, France. The Pacific Princess is one of eight in the class. The Regatta, Nautica, Insignia and Sirena are all of Oceania Cruises and the other three are all now with Azamara Club Cruises. This one has the Princess Cruises stylish touch, but still offers the peaceful relaxing holiday you might want from a small ship that can get to the eclectic destinations larger ships cannot, like Bequia. The piano bar is a charming evening, that makes you wish you could sing. In June 2017, she had a 2-week dry dock to get a new livery, 700 new beds, refurbishment of all the 336 cabins and several dining venues, updated Atrium, Sterling Steakhouse, Sabatini’s Restaurant, The Club Restaurant, The Panorama Buffet, and pool deck, so it feels like Carnival have no intention to let Royal Caribbean take this fourth ship for Azamara. This romantic ship has 9 decks, a length of 181 meters, the ship can cruise at 18 knots with 678 guests in 338 cabins. The Princess Luxury Bed is now available on this ship. Pacific Princess will have mainly adult passengers. Web site https://www.princess.com/ships-and-experience/ships/pa-pacific-princess/
- Sterling Steakhouse offers décor reminiscent of the golden era of Hollywood Brown Derby; upholstered chairs, silk drapery, and black & white photos of movie stars.
- Sabatini’s Restaurant was updated with freshly painted walls, Italian furnishings, reupholstered chairs, new carpet, and a new lounge area.
- The Club Restaurant main dining room updates have been inspired by central London fashionable district and hotels with classic millwork surrounded via arched windows and modern draperies overlooking the ocean.
- The Panorama Buffet also received a complete overhaul and has new tilework, draperies, carpeting, and updated furniture.
Learn about the very special Princess Luxury Bed
- Caribbean Princess – (Sister to Azura)
- Coral Princess – (Panamax ship)
- Crown Princess – (sister to Azura – Grand Class Ship)
- Diamond Princess – (smaller but sister to Azura – Grand Class Ship)
- Emerald Princess – (sister to Azura)
- Golden Princess – (sister to Azura, West Coast USA & Pacific)
- Grand Princess – (smaller but sister to Azura – Grand Class Ship)
- Island Princess – (Panamax ship)
- Majestic Princess – (sister to Britannia)
- Pacific Princess – (sister ship Adonia)
- Regal Princess – (sister to Britannia)
- Royal Princess – (sister to Britannia)
- Ruby Princess – (sister to Azura)
- Sapphire Princess – (Southampton based sister to Azura)
- Sea Princess – (sister to Oceana)
- Sky Princess– Just Announced
- Star Princess – (sister to Azura)
- Sun Princess – (sister to Oceana)
You should dress for a cruise with Princess the same way you would for any stylish land-based resort.
Guest attire should be in keeping with what they would wear to a nice restaurant at home.
- Skirts/dresses, slacks, and sweaters for ladies
- Pants and open-neck shirts for men
Inappropriate dinner wear such as pool or beach attire, shorts, ball caps and casual jeans (with fraying and/or holes) are not permitted in the dining rooms. Shoes must be worn.
When formal nights are held, please observe the dress code in the Traditional Dining and Anytime Dining venues for the enjoyment of all our guests.
- Evening gowns and cocktail dresses for women
- Tuxedos, dinner jackets or dark suits with a tie for men
Princess offers formal wear rental on all cruises; this can be arranged prior to embarkation.
Dress with an elegance and style that is perfect for all the formal activities on your cruise with Princess. Cruiseline Formal Wear delivers beautifully-tailored clothing directly to your stateroom.