Coral Princess

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The Coral Princess is one of the most advanced passenger vessels afloat, offering the same vast public room space as Princess' larger ships. In addition to offering the most staterooms with balconies in the Princess fleet, she also boasts an art gallery, 24-hour Internet café, a London-themed casino and three unique show lounges, including the high-tech, two-story Universal Lounge.

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4 NIGHT U. S. PACIFIC COAST CRUISE

Coral Princess
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Departing Date: May 13, 2014
Departing From: LOS ANGELES
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Ports of Call: LOS ANGELES | VICTORIA | VANCOUVER
Interior

$373

Oceanview

$374

Balcony

$393

Suite

$491

  • Itinerary
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  • Staterooms
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Itinerary: 4 NIGHT U. S. PACIFIC COAST CRUISE

Itinerary
Location
Arrival
Departure
Tue May 13, 2014 LOS ANGELES -- 4:00 PM
Wed May 14, 2014 At Sea -- --
Thu May 15, 2014 At Sea -- --
Fri May 16, 2014 VICTORIA 8:00 AM 6:00 PM
Sat May 17, 2014 VANCOUVER 7:30 AM --

Note: Cruise itinerary is subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruiseline directly.

Coral Princess Facilities / On Board Activities

Dining / Dinner Entertainment / Recreation Gratuity Policies
No. of Dinner Sittings:
2

Usual Dinner Hours:
Personal Choice, 6:30pm & 8:30pm

Special Diet:
Available upon request

Dress Code:
May vary from Cruise Casual to Formal.
Art Gallery - 2
Bars/Lounges/ Night Clubs - 8
Casino - 2
Library
Nautica/Spa - 3
Pools - Outdoor - 3
Suites and Mini-Suites
$11.00 per passenger per day

All Other Staterooms
$10.50 per passenger per day
Services Health and Beauty Athletic/Exercise Facilities
Chapel
Laundry/Ironing/Dry Cleaning Service - 8
Wedding Chapel
Medical Center 9 Hole Golf Putting Course
Fitness Center
Golf Simulators
Gymnasium

Coral Princess Onboard Experience

Princess CruisesCoral Princess and Island Princess, launched in 2003, were the only two ships Princess built after 2000 that are small enough to get through the Panama Canal (with 24 inches on each side to spare!). Smaller than the fleet's biggest ships, yet bigger than the mid-sized Sun Princess class that dominated the 90s, these sisters in many ways represent the best of both worlds. The public rooms are the same as on the Grand-class megaships, but Island and Coral passengers feel they have much more elbow room; though a fifth larger than Princess's Sun-class ships, they carry only 20 more passengers apiece based on double occupancy.

By all appearances, Princess caught sight of the upside-down design of the Carnival Spirit-class ships presented in 2000 and couldn't resist adopting the concept of putting all the public rooms on the lower decks and the cabin decks higher up; affording the ability to add a balcony (75% of all cabins) to almost every outside stateroom (83% of all cabins). The result is a ship with beautifully appointed and spacious cabins and a hive of adjacent public rooms that are easy to navigate and offer exemplary passenger flow.

"ScholarShip@Sea" classes are held in the high-tech Universe Lounge, a two-story venue that at night, unlike any other classroom you've ever been cooped up in, becomes a show lounge or cabaret! You can learn everything from how to assemble a Web site to how to paint pottery (these are the only ships at sea with real kilns). Of course, a range of culinary classes will teach you how to cook a wide range of exotic dishes.


Coral Princess Things to Do

Entertainment:
Princess CruisesWith a dozen or so venues for nightlife, you're virtually assured of finding something that floats your boat, to coin a phrase. There's no faulting the lavishness of the production shows, which feature extravagant special effects. The performers in the cabaret are a talented bunch.
 
Fitness:
The Steiners' operated Lotus Spa offers not only massages and hair and beauty treatments (for which be sure to book as you board), but also seminars on everything from abs enhancement and metabolism to aging and detoxifying. There are also Tahitian scalp massages, a mud room for couples, "gentle touch" teeth whitening, and a cellulite reduction program, popular in Europe, called ionithermie algae detox. The gym, though smallish, has all the weight training, running, and aerobic equipment anyone could reasonably demand.

There are a basketball/volleyball court and a computerized golf simulator, as well as a nine-hole miniature-golf course up on the top deck, which you access via a windowless wooden door that makes it look permanently closed. It's not; just go on in.


Coral Princess Dining / Dinner

Cuisine:
Predictably, the main restaurants and Lido cafeteria serve Continental ship cuisine -- fettuccine Alfredo, broiled lobster tail, Beef Wellington, that sort of thing -- unlikely either to offend or amaze most diners. If you ask the kitchen for something less bland, it will happily oblige, or try the Bayou Cafe's spicy shrimp gumbo. barbecued alligator ribs appetizers, "mud-bug" bisque soup, fried catfish, grilled jumbo prawns, and chicken and chorizo jambalaya in a subdued, woody ambience, with faux brick walls and lantern lighting. Sabatini's, which warms your palate up with more than a dozen quite substantial antipasti before it brings out your main course, will test even the most energetic gourmand's capacity. Allow three hours for this "event dining" experience. The Lotus Spa menu offers such innovative options as chilled yogurt and tamarind soup sprinkled with grated lemon rind, filet of baby turbot with a fennel pernod sauce, and a tropical fruit smoothie flavored with lime.
 
Restaurants:
Princess's "Personal Choices" flexible dining program, whereby passengers can opt either for traditional two-seating dining, or dine when and with whom they please, is nowhere better implemented than on these ships. In the Bayou Cafe, you can enjoy zingy New Orleans-style cuisine to a jazz trio's accompaniment for $10 per person, including a cocktail. Sabatini's offers alternative diners a gigantic multi-course Italian feast for $15. The always-open Horizon Court dishes up standard cafeteria fare during breakfast and lunch; but at night gets swanky, offering its patrons items from the ship's main restaurant. During the day, the circular layout of food stations and the lack of clear paths between them occasionally results in mild chaos.

The Provence and Bordeaux dining rooms are nearly indistinguishable, but for one distinction. Provence is dedicated to traditional fixed-seating dining (6 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.) and Bordeaux offers Anytime Personal Choice dining; anytime the whim strikes you between 5:30 and 10 p.m.
 
Service:
The extremely international staff is unfailingly chipper and professional. Flatteringly, the waiters seem to take particular delight in remembering diners' personal preferences.
 
Attire:
A typical cruise includes two formal evenings. The other evenings are "smart casual", meaning sweaters, skirts and blouses, and slacks and collared shirts. Shorts and jeans are considered too casual.


Coral Princess Ambience

Decor:
Princess CruisesAs with most Princess ships, the atrium is the focal point with light woods and brass railings surrounding walls of glass. Due to a more generous space to passenger ratio, public rooms and restaurants are more spacious than their counterparts on other Princess ships. In the cabins, upholstery and walls are invariably in restful earth tones and off-whites, with butterscotch wood trim.
 
Public Areas:
You'll find no scarcity of invitingly intimate lounges, many with live music. Crooners, a martini bar, evokes the heyday of the Rat Pack, while the cozy cigar lounge Churchill's evokes an English country manor. The clubby, nautical-themed Wheelhouse Bar is filled with original oil paintings. If you find yourself longing for contemporary décor, you'll find it, along with cappuccino and pastries, at Le Patisserie, which offers free-for-the-taking cookies and sweets.

In the bow, the Princess Theater, a classic sloping one-level space. offers a good view from every comfortable theater-style seat; put your drink ? or notebook ? on the little flip-up table. When the ceiling lights are left on during lectures, please note, it can get infernally hot in the back rows, so sit in the front!

The ship's Internet cafe, card room and library do brisk business during days at sea; indeed, you're sometimes lucky to find a place to sit! Because there are entrances from both the atrium and the midships elevators/stair tower, the rooms are often used as passageways, not exactly ideal for a library!

The Captain can marry you quite legally in the wedding chapel. The Universe Lounge presents floor shows at night, while cabaret rules the Africa-themed Explorer's Lounge. The bright, kid-scaled Fun Zone and Pelican's Playhouse children's center and smallish Off Limits teen center may be found at the stern on Deck 12.
 
Cabins:
As is true of all Princess vessels, the 33 cabin categories on offer are misleading; the range of choice is closer to 10. Princess puts virtually identical quarters into different categories based on location.

That said, Island Princess has the largest number of balconies in the fleet. Eight-five percent of the cabins are outside, and 85% of those have private verandas. Refining the Princess vision of gigantic ships with an intimate feel, their tiered design eschews the too-familiar "wall of balconies" look, achieving a clean, flowing profile.

Standard outside cabins are 160 sq. ft., standard balcony cabins 217-248 sq. ft. The mini-suites, much more spacious for not a lot more money, offer 280 to 302 sq. ft., but the privacy of the balconies of those on Dolphin Deck is severely compromised; they can be observed from the balconies of the three decks above. The largest cabins measure 470 sq. ft. Suite occupants should expect neither butler service nor amenities beyond such standard one as TV/radio, hair dryers, mini refrigerators, bathrobes, and personal safes, daily deliveries of ice, and evening turndown service. Closet and drawer space is at a real premium; pack light! The shower stalls in standard cabins are pretty cramped.

Premium suites and minisuites amenities include complimentary laundry and shoe shine, a selection of pillows, daily in-room canap?s and high tea, and free Internet access.

A self-service launderette ($1.75 washers, $1 soap, $1.50 dryers) is located on each stateroom deck.

Deck Plans: Coral Princess

Deck Plans
Room Category Legend

AA  Mini-Suite With Balcony
AB  Mini-Suite With Balcony
AC  Mini-Suite With Balcony
AD  Mini-Suite With Balcony
AE  Mini-Suite With Balcony
AF  Mini-Suite without balcony
B1  Premium balcony
B2  Premium balcony
BA  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BA  Balcony Stateroom
BB  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BB  Balcony Stateroom
BC  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BC  Balcony Stateroom
BD  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BD  Balcony Stateroom
BE  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BE  Balcony Stateroom
BF  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BF  Balcony Stateroom
BG  Oceanview Double With Balcony
BH  Oceanview Double w/ Balcony (Partially Obstructed)
BY  Balcony Stateroom with Partially Obstructed View
BZ  Balcony Stateroom W/ Partially Obstructed View
C  Oceanview Double
CC  Oceanview Double
D  Oceanview Double
DD  Oceanview Double
EE  Oceanview Double
F  Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
G  Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
GG  Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
HH  Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
I  Interior Double
IA  Interior Stateroom
IB  Interior Stateroom
IC  Interior Stateroom
ID  Interior Stateroom
IE  Interior Stateroom
IF  Interior Stateroom
II  Interior Double
J  Interior Double
JJ  Interior Double
K  Interior Double
L  Interior Double
M  Interior Double
MA  Mini-Suite With Balcony
MB  Mini-Suite With Balcony
MD  Mini-Suite With Balcony
ME  Mini-Suite With Balcony
MY  Oceanview Mini Suite
N  Interior Double
O5  Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
O6  Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
OB  Oceanview Stateroom
OC  Oceanview Stateroom
OD  Oceanview Stateroom
OE  Oceanview Stateroom
OV  Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
OW  Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
OY  Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
OZ  Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
PS  Suite With Balcony
S5  Premium Suite with Balcony
S6  Vista Suite with Balcony
VS  Suite With Balcony


Gala Deck
Princess Coral Princess Deck Plans

Staterooms: Coral Princess

Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Balcony Stateroom
Balcony Stateroom
The spacious Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding from a private balcony.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Balcony Stateroom W/ Partially Obstructed View
Balcony Stateroom W/ Partially Obstructed View
The Balcony stateroom is appointed with the same fine amenities as our Balcony stateroom but the view from the balcony is obstructed.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Balcony Stateroom with Partially Obstructed View
Balcony Stateroom with Partially Obstructed View
The Balcony stateroom is appointed with the same fine amenities as our Balcony stateroom but the view from the balcony is obstructed.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
The Premium Oceanview features a picture window for memorable views. The Premium Oceanview stateroom is richly appointed with fine amenities.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Interior Double
Interior Double
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet. Bath with shower. Approximately 156-166 square feet.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Interior Stateroom
Interior Stateroom
The Interior stateroom is richly appointed with fine amenities.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Mini-Suite With Balcony
Mini-Suite With Balcony
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Separate sitting area with sofa bed. Balcony. Two televisions. Refrigerator. Spacious closet. Bath with tub and shower. Approximately 280-302 square feet including balcony.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Mini-Suite without balcony
Mini-Suite without balcony
The ocean-view window, separate sitting area with sofa bed, refrigerator with wet bar, walk-in closet, two TVs, and bathroom with tub and shower are special features that define this room. Its two twin beds can be made up into one queen-sized bed. Approximate size: 280-302 sq.ft.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Double
Oceanview Double
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Picture window. Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet and desk. Bath with shower. Approximately 162 to 212 square feet.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
Oceanview Double (Obstructed View)
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Picture window (obstructed view). Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet and desk. Bath with shower. Approximately 162 to 212 square feet.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Double w/ Balcony (Partially Obstructed)
Oceanview Double w/ Balcony (Partially Obstructed)
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Sitting area with desk. Balcony (partially obstructed). Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet. Bath withp shower.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Double With Balcony
Oceanview Double With Balcony
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Sitting area with desk. Balcony. Refrigerator and TV. Spacious closet. Bath with shower.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Mini Suite
Oceanview Mini Suite
The luxurious Mini-Suite offers comfort and a separate seating area with a sofa bed for lounging or sleeping a third passenger. A spacious balcony and the bathroom offers a combination tub and shower. Some Mini-Suites also have a pullman bed to accommodate a 4th passenger. Oceanview Mini-Suites offer no balcony but feature a large foot cabin space with a picture window.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Stateroom
Oceanview Stateroom
The Oceanview stateroom features a picture window for memorable views. The Oceanview stateroom is richly appointed with fine amenities.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
Oceanview Stateroom W/ Obstructed
The Obstructed Oceanview stateroom features the same fine amenities as our Oceanview stateroom, but the view from the picture window is either fully or partially obstructed.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Premium balcony
Premium balcony
The spacious Premium Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from a private balcony.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Premium Suite with Balcony
Premium Suite with Balcony
Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive Suites. Your Suite stateroom includes a spacious cabin and large foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits. Suites feature a separate seating area with a sofabed, walk-in closet, full bathroom and deluxe amenities.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Suite With Balcony
Suite With Balcony
Twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Separate sitting area with sofa bed. Balcony. Two televisions. Refrigerator with wet bar. Walk-in closet. Bath with tub and shower. Approximately 470 square feet, including balcony.
Princess Cruises - Coral Princess : Vista Suite with Balcony
Vista Suite with Balcony
Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive Suites. Your Suite stateroom includes a spacious cabin and large foot balcony, along with special suite-only benefits. Suites feature a separate seating area with a sofabed, walk-in closet, full bathroom and deluxe amenities.

Other Dates: Coral Princess

Date
Bonus
Itinerary Name
Inside From
Outside From
Select
April 28, 2014 --- 15 Night Transcanal Cruise $1599 $1699
April 28, 2014 --- 19 Night Transcanal Cruise $1972 $2168
May 17, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $499 $949
May 24, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $N/A $1013
May 31, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $N/A $848
June 7, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $N/A $818
June 14, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $N/A $1108
June 21, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $948 $1008
June 28, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $1319 $1048
July 12, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $N/A $1472
August 2, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $1249 $1449
August 9, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $798 $848
September 6, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $698 $748
September 13, 2014 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $835 $933
September 20, 2014 --- 17 Night Transcanal Cruise $2143 $2275
September 20, 2014 --- 3 Night U. S. Pacific Coast Cruise $383 $405
September 23, 2014 --- 14 Night Transcanal Cruise $1868 $1978
October 7, 2014 --- 11 Night Transcanal Cruise $1428 $1593
December 1, 2014 --- 11 Night Transcanal Cruise $1318 $1483
December 12, 2014 --- 11 Night Transcanal Cruise $1298 $1460
December 23, 2014 --- 11 Night Transcanal Cruise $2198 $2363
February 5, 2015 --- 11 Night Transcanal Cruise $1758 $1923
April 12, 2015 --- 20 Night Transcanal Cruise $2473 $2693
May 2, 2015 --- 4 Night Alaska Cruise $493 $603
May 13, 2015 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $823 $933
July 8, 2015 --- 7 Night Alaska Cruise $1153 $1428

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