Two cruise ships from Princess Cruises will be leaving the cruise line’s fleet, the first in 2020 and a second following in 2021.
The first ship, Golden Princess, will leave the fleet in 2020 and move to sister cruise line P&O Cruises Australia. Both cruise lines are owned by Carnival Corporation. The ship will be rebranded as Pacific Adventure. The 3,100 guest cruise ship will offer an array of dining experiences including exciting concepts from Australian chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan and award-winning Melbourne chef Johnny Di Francesco.
The cruise ship will sail from Sydney and offer an expanded range of cabin options, a large range of P&O signature features as well a host of new ones that guests will love.
Taking relaxation to a whole new level, Pacific Adventure will sport a sprawling child-free Oasis retreat across multiple decks, offering sun lounges, spa tubs, a swimming pool and dedicated bar.
The Blue Room also returns as a live-music venue with sumptuous soft furnishings for guests to sit back and enjoy live blues, soul and R&B.
With an expanded range of cabin options including 560 balcony rooms, 230 suites and mini suites and the fleet’s first 5-berth family cabins, the ship will offer something for everyone.
The second Princess cruise ship that will be leaving the fleet will be Star Princess in 2021. This sister ship to Golden Princess will also be moving to P&O Cruises Australia. The new name for this ship has yet to be announced.
P&O Cruises Australia made the announcement about the ships moving from Princess in a media release earlier today.