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Dawn Princess

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Spacious, tasteful and geared to the informal Australian cruisers it mainly serves, the 1,998-passenger Dawn Princess offers a well-rounded experience with plenty to keep guests occupied. The atrium's floating staircase and plush lounge belie the relaxed lifestyle on board. Although this is one of the older ships in the fleet, launched in 1997 (by the original cast of The Love Boat, which was filmed on a Princess ship), Dawn Princess had a refit in 2009.

This ship is a great choice for both families and couples. Relax child-free in the spa or adults-only Sanctuary while kids' clubs keep the little ones entertained; in the evening, enjoy cosy romance in the Wheelhouse Bar or a night of glitz at Magnums champagne bar, the Grand Casino or Jammers nightclub. Dawn Princess also has six hot tubs, a library and first-run feature films at Movies Under the Stars next to one of the two lido pools.

The main Florentine and Venetian dining rooms offer the full five-star restaurant experience, included in your fare; you can also raise the bar with seafood and premium steak at the Sterling Steakhouse or go casual at the 24-hour Horizon Court Buffet. Among the other options are gourmet meals and champagne on your private balcony and six other alternatives including take-away snacks and afternoon tea.

All cabins feature 100% Egyptian cotton linens, bathroom amenities, satellite TV, a fridge and a safe; suites include a glass of champagne on arrival and a bathtub, while balcony cabins and upwards have private verandas.

Dawn Princess is based in Australia, with short two to six day voyages to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Tasmania and Fremantle. Venture further afield with longer cruises to Fiji and the South Pacific, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and New Zealand.

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