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If you want to get away from reality and explore other cultures and spectacular sights floating on water, Princess Cruises are known to give this opportunity to its passengers. When Princess Cruises featured on the famous TV series ‘Love Boat’, it became very famous and is among the top cruise lines worldwide. It sails to various destinations including New Zealand, New England, Canada, Australia, Asia, Alaska, Tahiti, Hawaii, Europe, the Caribbean, South Pacific, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera and luxury world cruises.

What makes Princess Cruises better than the rest is the Personal Choice innovative program which offers passengers an opportunity to tailor their cruising style. This way, you’ll get exactly what you paid for and chose hence making it enjoyable. The moment you send in your information regarding what you want from the Cruise and give in your immigration details, the Cruise Personalizer will take care of all the pre-cruise preparations on your behalf. You can reserve things like spa treatments or/and shore excursions, which you should do four months in advance.

Lectures, cooking demonstrations, digital photography workshops and ceramic painting lessons are few of the many daytime activities that you can engage in. swimming, jogging, volleyball, shuffleboard, ping-pong, golf and scuba and snorkeling lessons are the sports that will keep you fit on your holiday. The salon will offer all services that you get in a normal salon and the Lotus Spa and fitness programs will cater to your body’s fitness needs.

Some other facilities that might be of interest to you include room service, duty free gifts in boutiques, specialty restaurants, bars and lounges, art auctions, casino, etc. Entertainment is in form of movies, dancing beneath the stars, karaoke, parties, theatre, TV, shows, comedy etc. The best thing about Princess Cruises is that they are family-oriented and cater for all ages.

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