Princess Cruises

The fleet of Princess Cruises is one of the most prestigious and elegant that berth the Port of Civitavecchia, and sail the seas and oceans around the world.

The 2015-2016 season has beed a very special and important for this company. Princess Cruises celebrated 50 years and celebrated its half-century of history with a series of events and special attention reserved for cruise passengers traveling on the 18 ships in the fleet.

For this season are scheduled 3 ships to the Civitavecchia Port of Rome: Crown Princess, Pacific Princes, and Sapphire Princess.

Founded in 1966 by Stanley MacDonald, Princess Cruises is an American cruise company belonging to the Carnival group. Cruises Princess Cruises have as main destinations, the most exotic corners of the globe: from the northern lands of Alaska and Canada, to the tropical beaches of the Caribbean or Hawaii, the enchanting landscapes of Asia. The low cost cruises Princess Cruises are available at any time of the year with reduced rates and special offers. To take full advantage of the trip, the company also offers a circuit with a few days of sailing and other living on the mainland. This is to offer travelers the opportunity to experience the great natural sites in Australia or the great glaciers of Alaska.

The company has 18 boats divided into three classes. The Crown Princess is one of the largest ships. Built in the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, the ship weighs 113,000 tons and is 290 meters long. It can accommodate 3,100 passengers and has various facilities, including a theater poolside.

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