I recently spent a day on aboard Caribbean Princess enjoying what she has to offer. Take a virtual tour with me as we look around the ship.
Caribbean Princess debuted in 2004 and was the fourth Grand Class cruise ship for the line. She can accommodate 3,140 guests, with a plethora of bars and a number of complimentary and for-fee dining venues. She was also the first cruise ship to have an outside poolside screen.
Earlier in 2017 she underwent an $8.2M refit which introduced new and refreshed venues, new carpet, new dining options, over 3,200 Princess Luxury Beds and preparations for the Ocean Medallion system. The Ocean Medallion will be rolled out to the ship in 2018, after launching on Regal Princess in November 2017.
Despite being one of the older ships in the Princess fleet, Caribbean Princess is warm and inviting, with rich tones across the various public areas. The staff are very friendly, and even just being on board for the day they were very keen to look after us and see to our needs.
Caribbean Princess sails around the British Isles during the summer of 2017, before repositioning to the Caribbean for a variety of cruises through 2018/19.