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Island Princess

Luxury Cruises with Princess Cruises

This 2,566-passenger vessel is a sister-ship to Coral Princess - both of which were designed specifically to transit the Panama Canal in order to offer both Caribbean and Alaska cruises. Despite being slightly smaller than Princess Cruises' newer ships, they still offer novel amenities such as an onboard wedding chapel - Princess Cruises is, after all, home of The Love Boat.

Nearly 90 per cent of Island Princess' staterooms have exterior views and 83 per cent of these have balconies. Alternatively, choose between a range of inside staterooms right up to sumptuous suites.

There are three show lounges on Island Princess including the two-deck high Universal Lounge, inspired by Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which is equipped for in-house television productions. This is where the 'ScholarShip@Sea' programme takes place, including enrichment courses on cooking, photography, ceramics and visual arts. There is also the Churchill Lounge - a smokers' retreat with its own humidor; the Rat Pack Bar - a 1960s retro Martini bar; the Wheelhouse Bar with nautical memorabilia; while the Explorer's Lounge has an Egyptian, Moroccan and Balinese theme.

The main dining rooms on Island Princess are the Provence (for traditional dining times) and Bordeaux (for the more flexible Anytime Dining). Sabatini's offers a refined yet casual dining choice that's rich in atmosphere, showcasing an Italian and Mediterranean menu with an emphasis on premium seafood. In the Bijou Café and Steakhouse you can enjoy jazz music along with traditional Cajun and Creole-infused dishes from New Orleans. A more casual option is the Horizon Court, with outdoor seating and also the ideal spot at breakfast and lunch on board Island Princess.

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