|Sapphire Princess Personal Choice Features|
The largest and most innovative Princess vessel yet, the 113,000-ton Sapphire Princess debuts in May 2004 as
a sister ship to the elegant Diamond Princess. This "sparkling" new vessel will offer passengers a way to visit a variety
of ports throughout the Pacific in style.
- 2,670 passengers
- 750 cabins with private balconies.
- Environmentally advantageous diesel and gas turbine powered electric propulsion, with gas turbine situated in the funnel
- 4 swimming pools as well as children's splash pool
- Aft terrace with bar and pool below
- Conservatory consisting of a swimming pool and bar, with a balcony deck and sliding glass roof high above
- A central pool with bar
- Asian-themed Lotus spa with fitness center and outdoor sunken terraced pool
- Multiple main dining rooms featuring Princess' unique Personal Choice Dining options
- 24-hour dining - buffet/bistro and room service
- Poolside Pizzeria, Hamburger Grill and Ice Cream Bar
- Sabatini's trattoria
- Large forward theater for Princess' original Broadway and Las Vegas-style productions
- Sports bar
- Atrium with shops, two bars, art gallery, library and writing room
- Nautical-themed Wheelhouse Bar with P&O memorabilia
- Hearts and Minds wedding chapel with cruise industry's only wedding-at-sea program where passengers can be married by
the ship's captain
- Asian and African-themed Explorers lounge
- Aft show lounge -- high-tech Club Fusion features 42 high-definition video screens and spiral staircase leading to Wake
View Bar below
- One of largest Internet cafes at sea with 29 computer stations
- Dedicated teens' and children's area with a total of 9,686 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, plus a dedicated pool
area for teens.
- Hair salon, health center and spa
- Nine-hole golf putting course and two computerized golf simulators that enable passengers to virtually play the finest
courses in the world.
- Sports deck
- The ship will take Princess' trademark Skywalkers disco/lounge concept a step further with a larger room plus new 125-foot
wide balcony that provides commanding views over the aft end of the ship where passengers can enjoy stargazing, or an al fresco
break from the action inside.