Sapphire Princess Exterior
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Sapphire Princess Exterior
 
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Sapphire Princess

Luxury Cruises with Princess Cruises

Sapphire Princess is based in Singapore and offers everything from short breaks to Malaysia to extended voyages that explore the coastlines of southeast and east Asia. Because it serves an Asian as well as international clientele, the ship has been adapted to local tastes in some areas.

Twinned with Diamond Princess, thesmart-looking Sapphire Princess offers an indulgent cruise for lovers of the finer things in life. Food and drink are the stars of the show with 13 restaurants and eight bars, as well as one of the biggest casinos at sea. The International Dining Room offers traditional, two-sitting dining while Anytime Dining is available at four further themed restaurants serving cuisine from the south-western USA, Italy and Asia. Pizza, grills and poolside snacks round out the selection, and there's also daily traditional afternoon tea.

Bars come in several varieties on Sapphire Princess, all of them cosy and several delivering excellent sea views. The Churchill Lounge caters to cigar lovers and the Wake View bar looks over the stern, as does the nightclub on the top deck. Live performances run every night here and in the Explorers Lounge while the Princess Theatre features big, dazzling musical productions.

Four large pools and eight whirlpools offer plenty of scope for relaxation, with one of the two feature-packed lidos including a giant outdoor cinema screen. Parents will welcome the adults-only Sanctuary deck hidden away from the livelier action and there are children's clubs suited to all ages.

Cabins on Princess Cruises ships are expansive and beautifully designed. Each stateroom offers a hotel-style experience with an evening turndown, and houses a mini-fridge, safe and satellite TV, complimentary bathroom amenities and 100% Egyptian cotton sheets. Upgrades include private balconies, living areas, bath-tubs and extras for suite guests.

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