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PRINCESS CRUISES
24305 Town Center Drive
Santa Clarita, California 91355
(800) PRINCESS; (661) 753-0000
(661) 284-4771 Fax
www.princesscruises.com
 
Caribbean Princess, Crown Princess, Emerald Princess, and Ruby Princess: entered service in 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2008, respectively; 113,000 GRT; 951 x 118 feet; 3,080-passenger capacities, 1,532 cabins, 1,557 on Caribbean Princess; British and Italian officers and international crew; Caribbean Princess cruises the Caribbean, Canada/New England, and Europe; Crown Princess cruises the Caribbean, Europe and in 2014 will sail to South America, the West Coast and Alaska; Emerald Princess sails the Caribbean, Canada/New England, and Europe; Ruby Princess sails the Caribbean and Europe (Category B-five+ stars).

Coral Princess and Island Princess: entered service in 2003; 92,000 GRT; 964 x 106 feet; 1,970-passenger capacity; 987 cabins; British and Italian officers and international crew; cruises Alaska, West Coast, and Panama Canal (Category B-five stars).

Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess: entered service in 2004; 116,000 GRT; 952 x 123 feet; 2,670-passenger capacity; 1,337 cabins; British and Italian officers and international crew; itineraries in Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, the California Coast, Mexican Riviera, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia;In summer 2014 Diamond Princess will be based in Japan.(Category B-five+ stars).

Grand Princess, Golden Princess, and Star Princess: entered service in 1998, 2001, and 2002, respectively; renovated in 2008 and 2009; Grand Princess had major renovation in 2011; 107,500 GRT for Grand Princess and 109,000 GRT for Golden and Star Princess; 935 x 118 feet; 2,600-passenger capacity; 1,300 cabins; British and Italian officers and international crew; all three ships offer cruises in the Caribbean, South America, Mexican Riviera, Pacific Coast, Alaska, Hawaiian Islands, South Pacific, Mediterranean, and other European itineraries (Category B-five stars).

Pacific Princess and Ocean Princess (formerly Tahitian Princess): entered service in 1999; renovated in 2010 and 2009, respectively; 30,277 GRT; 594 x 84 feet; 670-passenger capacity; 334 cabins; British and Italian officers and international crew; Pacific Princess offers various itineraries, including Alaska, South America, Europe, and the Holy Land, and world cruises sold in segments; Ocean Princess offers sailings in Asia, India, Africa, and Europe (Category B-five stars).

Royal Princess and Regal Princess: entered service in 2013 and 2014 respectively; 141,000 GRT; 1,083 x 126 feet; 3,600-passenger capacity; 1,780 cabins; British and Italian officers and staff; international crew; Europe and Caribbean cruises (Category B-five+ stars).

Sun Princess, Dawn Princess, and Sea Princess: entered service in 1995, 1997, and 1998, respectively; renovated in 2009; 77,000 GRT; 856 x 106 feet; 1,950-passenger capacity; 975 cabins; British and Italian officers and staff, international crew; Sun Princess, Dawn Princess and Sea Princess offer sailings from Australia to the South Pacific, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, and world cruises; In summer, Sun Princess is based in Japan, offering sailings in that market (Category B-five stars).
 
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