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Star Princess cruises for 2020-2021


Star Princess cruises the Pacific coast of North America, from the Inside Passage of Alaska south to the Mexican Riviera, and west to the Hawaiian islands. According to the season, she sails from Vancouver, San Francisco or Los Angeles. Most cruises are 10 and 15 nights. There’s a cruise of 28 nights from Los Angeles to the South Pacific in March/April of 2021. Princess Line has an excellent range of onshore programs for each port of call, possibly the best of any major Line, and these can be planned ahead of the cruise, or organised during the cruise. Star Princess leaves the fleet in October 2021, and will be rebranded to sail as Pacific Encounter for P&O Australia.
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Star Princess Cruise Calendar

Sold out Available OBC = onboard Credit
Date Route Cruise From $/Day
2020 CRUISES

21

DEC

Star Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9101
Departs: Los Angeles
UP TO
$100
OBC

$2,289

$153

2021 CRUISES

5

JAN

Star Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9102
Departs: Los Angeles
UP TO
$100
OBC

$2,013

$134

20

JAN

Star Princess cruises

10

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$1,573

$157

30

JAN

Star Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9104
Departs: Los Angeles
UP TO
$100
OBC

$2,021

$135

14

FEB

Star Princess cruises

10

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$1,581

$158

24

FEB

Star Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9106
Departs: Los Angeles
UP TO
$100
OBC

$2,013

$134

11

MAR

Star Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9107
Departs: Los Angeles
UP TO
$100
OBC

$2,303

$154

26

MAR

Star Princess cruises

28

NIGHTS

UP TO
$100
OBC

$5,117

$183

23

APR

Star Princess cruises

10

NIGHTS

Popular Cruise!
UP TO
$100
OBC

$1,643

$164

3

MAY

Star Princess cruises

7

NIGHTS

Pacific Wine Country Cruise 9110N
Departs: Los Angeles | Arrives: Vancouver
UP TO
$100
OBC

$1,548

$221

This month's most popular Star Princess cruises


1. 10 night Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez Cruise 9103 ex Los Angeles on 20 Jan 2021, from $1,573
2. 10 night Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez Cruise 9109 ex Los Angeles on 23 Apr 2021, from $1,643
3. 15 night Hawaiian Islands Cruise 9104 ex Los Angeles on 30 Jan 2021, from $2,021

Star Princess — Ship Review Rating: 4.1 out of 5 based on 18 ratings.

Life aboard Star Princess
Star Princess cruises the Pacific coast of North America, from the Inside Passage of Alaska south to the Mexican Riviera, and west to the Hawaiian islands. According to the season, she sails from Vancouver, San Francisco or Los Angeles. Most cruises are 10 and 15 nights. There’s a cruise of 28 nights from Los Angeles to the South Pacific in March/April of 2021. Princess Line has an excellent range of onshore programs for each port of call, possibly the best of any major Line, and these can be planned ahead of the cruise, or organised during the cruise. Star Princess leaves the fleet in October 2021, and will be rebranded to sail as Pacific Encounter for P&O Australia.

Being a large resort ship, built in 2001 and refitted in 2017, on-board entertainment and facilities are state-of-the-art for cruise ships. The ship itself is a cruise destination. She has two decks of public spaces and plenty of lifts and staircases that make for ease of movement. There is an ‘adults only’ two-deck Sanctuary area with padded sunloungers and pool for your solitude. Newly fitted is a large ‘Movies Under the Stars’ screen. The Alaskan cruises tend to attract more families and multigenerational groups; on Hawaiian cruises expect a senior crowd. Boarding logistics are very smooth. Tips and gratuities are additional.

Accommodation
There are six types of cabin and 35 price categories: insides, outsides (some obstructed), balcony cabins, outside mini-suites (with and without balconies) and balcony suites. Cabins are roomy and nicely appointed, with satellite TV access to major channels. Standard cabins are practical and attractive, many have additional upper berths for children, and some have inter-connecting doors. The larger the stateroom, the more additional facilities. All guests receive turndown service, chocolates on pillow at night, bathrobes and amenity kits, and complimentary room service on most items 24 hours a day. There are no single cabins, 25 wheelchair-accessible cabins, and some cabins accommodate families of three and four.

Four types of suites are available, including two family suites, each of which can sleep up to 10 people if four are children – otherwise eight adults. Mid-priced suites compare more than favourably with motel accommodation, amenities and service. Most balconies give privacy, and some can be joined with other balconies when travelling in a group. Suites have a bathtub and second TV. The 23 suites and 180 mini-suites cover a large range of sizes and additional free-bees such as complimentary laundry and shoe shine, a selection of pillows, daily in-room canapés and high tea, free Internet access, and much more. There are no butlers for any staterooms. Smoking is only permitted in designated smoking areas, and excludes staterooms and balconies.

Food and Dining
Traditional dining in Amalfi Dining Room offers you a pre-selection of one of two seating times throughout the cruise. Anytime Dining (sitting when and with whom you choose) is offered in Portofino and Capri Dining Rooms. Both serve five course meals changed daily, with chefs inducted into the prestigious Chaîne des Rôtisseurs gastronomic society. Sabatini’s serves Italian cuisine, Crown Grill serves steak and seafood, and there’s Crab Shack (all for an extra cover charge). Dress code is smart casual, and on cruises longer than three days dress for a formal night for every week of sailing. Breakfast and lunch are provided in an open seating arrangement. (Of course a continental breakfast can be delivered to your stateroom, and there is a stateroom menu.) Passengers booked in cabins with balconies can order several special, romantic meals to be served restaurant-style on the verandah - Ultimate Balcony Dining. Order special dietary requests before sailing.

Casual dining is available at Horizon Court buffet all day and informal sit-down waiter service at night. The pizzeria gives an excellent choice, and will also provide room delivery for a small charge. There is a burger and hotdog grill, and take-away food is available at the pool side. For lighter snacks try the ice-cream sundae bar, or the patisserie for coffees and pastries. Afternoon tea is served daily. There are 12 bars and lounges. Coffee, iced tea and milk are available 24 hours a day. For an exclusive (extra charge) dining experience for ten guests make a reservation for The Chef’s Table. Chocolate Journeys is new.

Entertainment
As for entertainment, there is more than can be squeezed into a week. The Princess Theatre is two decks high, featuring glamorous production shows every second or third evening. The Vista Show Lounge with its three stages presents cabaret, and doubles for lectures, bingo and horse-racing during the day. Explorer’s Lounge hosts cabaret acts and dance bands. Movies first-run feature films pool-side at Under the Stars on Sun Deck. There are 12 bars and lounges with live music and dancing. A new feature is the new three-deck-high street-cafe-style Piazza, for sipping coffee and watching the occasional passing performer. Stroll around and shop duty-free, or check your email at the Internet Café.

Princess on-shore programs are outstanding, and information about shore options is comprehensive. On board, enrichment programs include the ScholarShip@Sea program, which presents six self-improvement programs each day, with a charge for advanced classes. The core subjects are: Culinary Arts, Visual/Creative Arts, Photography, and Computer Technology. There is a pottery studio complete with electric kiln, karaoke, virtual golf, art auctions, and casino gambling. Five pools spread the crowd. Fun activities surround the pool areas and include a nine-hole putting course, virtual golf, and ball games. One can retire to the library and writing room, the adults-only lounge, work out in the gyms, or relax in a spa or hot tub. While passengers are generally older, each young age group has five-star special facilities and programs.

Explore the decks

Star Princess deckplans

Star Princess deckplan

Cabins on Deck 11 (Aloha Deck)

AA
Suite with balcony
AB
Mini-suite with balcony
BB
Outside with balcony
CC
Outside
J
Inside
  • Sofa bed
  • Two pullman beds
  • Handicapped facilities
  • Four pullman beds
  • One pullman bed
  • Connecting staterooms
  • Sofa and pullman bed

Cabins

There are six types of cabin and 35 price categories: insides, outsides (some obstructed), balcony cabins, outside mini-suites (with and without balconies) and balcony suites. Cabins are roomy and nicely appointed, with satellite TV access to major channels. Standard cabins are practical and attractive, many have additional upper berths for children, and some have inter-connecting doors. The larger the stateroom, the more additional facilities. All guests receive turndown service, chocolates on pillow at night, bathrobes and amenity kits, and complimentary room service on most items 24 hours a day. There are no single cabins, 25 wheelchair-accessible cabins, and some cabins accommodate families of three and four.

Four types of suites are available, including two family suites, each of which can sleep up to 10 people if four are children – otherwise eight adults. Mid-priced suites compare more than favourably with motel accommodation, amenities and service. Most balconies give privacy, and some can be joined with other balconies when travelling in a group. Suites have a bathtub and second TV. The 23 suites and 180 mini-suites cover a large range of sizes and additional free-bees such as complimentary laundry and shoe shine, a selection of pillows, daily in-room canapés and high tea, free Internet access, and much more. There are no butlers for any staterooms. Smoking is only permitted in designated smoking areas, and excludes staterooms and balconies.

Decks
Star Princess

Princess Cruises

Ship facts

Star rating: Star Princess star rating
Maiden voyage: 2002
Number of decks: 13
Tonnage: 108977
Cabins: 1301
Passengers: 2602
Number of crew: 1200

What's onboard? ▼

  • REST & RELAXATION
  • Italian style Piazza social centre
  • Shops duty free
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • Main dining room/s (with kid’s menus)
  • Club Class Dining (Suites & Mini-Suites)
  • Traditional (2 sittings) or Anytime Dining
  • 24-h room service, most food complimentary
  • Formal dining (once/week; rental wear)
  • COVER CHARGE DINING
  • Ultimate Balcony Dining
  • Chef’s Table (for 12) (+ galley tour; not in Australia)
  • Sabatini’s (Italian)
  • Vines (wine & seafood bar)
  • Crown Grill (dinner; steak, seafood)
  • CASUAL DINING
  • Horizon Court
  • Crab Shack (pay)
  • International Café in Piazza
  • Burger & Hot Dog Grill (poolside)
  • Ice Cream Bar
  • English Pub Lunch in Wheelhouse Bar
  • The Whisky Bar
  • Chocolate Journeys (all dining venues)
  • Internet Café & Library
  • Pâtisserie
  • Variety of drinks packages
  • Afternoon tea; Cookies & milk in Piazza
  • Special diet requests (when booking)
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Show theatres, musicals
  • Lounges, bars, nightclub, disco
  • Voice of the Ocean karaoke competition
  • Movies Under the Stars (poolside theatre)
  • NFL poolside
  • Onboard games, parties, tours
  • Casino
  • ScholarShip@Sea enrichment courses
  • Library, writing room
  • Art, photo, video gallery
  • Celebration packages
  • Weddings (enquire)
  • Conference Centre
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Pools (4)
  • Lap pool with current
  • Whirlpools Spas (9)
  • The Sanctuary adult oasis (pay)
  • Lotus Spa & Fitness Centre
  • Lotus Spa
  • Jogging track
  • Ultimate Ship Tour (pay)
  • Sports court & table games
  • Shuffleboard
  • UNDER 18
  • Youth Remix Center (3-12y)
  • Teen Lounge (13-17y)
  • Kids-only Dinners
  • Pelicans (3-7 y centre)
  • Shockwaves (8-12 y centre)
  • Group kidsitting (3-12 y, pay)
  • Port Days activities
  • Children with special needs
  • Video arcade
  • OTHER
  • Medical centre (pay private rate, no Medicare)
  • ATM on board (costly)
  • Internet slow satellite (pay)
  • MedalionNet fast internet (from 16 June 2020; pay)
  • Mobile phone at sea (pay provider)
  • Laundromats self-serve
  • 110V US two-point plugs
  • Wheelchair cabins, service animals
  • No wheelchair access to The Sanctuary
  • Daily newsletter

What's included? ▼

  • Gratuities, bar service charges for Australia-based Princess ships
  • All main meals on-board
  • Afternoon tea service
  • Coffee, tea & milk 24 hrs
  • Open/anytime dining (not in Australia)
  • Traditional/set time & multi-venue dining
  • Alternative dining (extra charge)
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Complimentary mini-bar setup (Suites)
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Kids clubs & teen programs (3-17 yrs most ships)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Onboard newsletter
  • Self-serve laundry
  • Port maps and/or guide books
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Internet access & Wi-Fi (public areas)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Workshops, classes & programs
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Laundry services (Complimentary for Suites & Elite Captain's Circle
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Childcare night services (3-12 yrs, 10pm-1am)
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Outside Australia: Service charge USD 12.95 pp/night (suittes USD 13.50)all ages. Adjust or remove on board.
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Outside Australia Service Charge: bar and wine 15%
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