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Golden Princess
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Golden Princess

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Twinned with Grand Princess, Golden Princess offers a refreshing and stimulating cruise with a capacity of 2,624. Following its refurbishment in 2012, it features plenty to do as well as an impressive array of restaurants and bars.

Passengers have a choice between traditional fixed-time dining in the Canaletto room, Anytime Dining at Donatello and Bernini, or speciality options including Italian, steak and burger grills, buffet, pizza and more. Dress codes range from casual to formal on designated evenings and there's also the option to have dinner served on your private terrace.

Cabins on Golden Princess are bright and spacious following the Princess Cruises standard, each sleeping at least two and featuring 100% Egyptian cotton linens, safe, refrigerator, TV and hair dryer. Every class of cabin receives high-class hotel service with housekeeping, 24-hour room service and a nightly turndown with a chocolate on your pillow.

Parents have the option to spend time with the little ones at the two lido pools, mini-golf course and poolside at Movies Under The Stars; but with three age-appropriate clubs for ages 3-17, kids will be kept perfectly happy while parents escape to the adults-only Sanctuary, Lotus Spa or one of nine deluxe bars and lounges. As well as the Lobby Bar, grown-up playgrounds include Vines Wine Bar and the Wheelhouse Bar, performances in nightclub-style Explorer's Lounge, the Grand Casino and Skywalkers Nightclub, offering spectacular views from the top deck.

Golden Princess will be based in Melbourne during the Australian summer, with ports in Sydney and Tasmania; in April and May, destinations begin with Vancouver and Victoria in Canada and also include Oregon, California and Mexico. We recommend this ship for a fun, stress-free cruise - couples will enjoy the stops in wine country while families will appreciate the variety of on-board distractions.

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