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Pacific Princess deck plan profile

Last Drydock: May 2017

                  
Suite

S2

S3

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Suite

Sleeps up to: 4
Cabin: 583 sqft (55 m2)
Balcony: 283 sqft (27 m2)
10 Staterooms
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S3

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S2

S3

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S2

Features

- Queen bed (DOES NOT CONVERT TO TWINS)
- Large walk-in closet
- Private bathroom with separate tub and shower
- Guest bathroom
- Spacious living room
- Sofa bed
- Chairs
- Two televisions
- DVD-CD player
- Refrigerator
- Safe
- Phone
- Hairdryer
- Private wrap around balcony.

Important Size Information

Cabin size ranges from 583 to 598 square feet plus balcony that range from 283 to 364 square feet.

Perks

Priority Check In / Priority Deparkation / Priority Tender Boarding / Dining in the Stateroom / Afternoon Canapes / Afternoon Tea / Welcome Champagne / Exclusive Lounge / Exclusive Full Breakfast Restuarant / Priority Dining Reservations / Complimentary Laundry / Complimentary Photo(s) / Thick Cotton Robes / Pillow Menu / Upgraded balcony furniture including loungers, dining tables and chairs / complimentary mini-bar set-up / CD/DVD player with access to complimentary DVD library / Pillow-top mattress / Egyptian cotton high thread bed linens / fresh orchid in stateroom / upgraded bathroom amenities including bath salts and soothing gel eye mask / private lounge at the conclusion of the cruise / priority shore excursion reservations / priority line at service desk / use of Lotus Spa Thermal Suite / exclusive suite breakfast in Sabatinis (includes Mimosa) / exclusive elite lounge with hors d'oeuvres / extended room service menu with full menu offerings / complimentary cover charge for specialty restarants on embarkation evening / Chefs welcome goodies on embarkation day / complimentary flower corsage and boutonniere on first formal night / turndown service includes chocolate dipped stawberries or wrapped chocolates /

Amenities also include luxury towels, massage shower heads, complimentary bathroom amenities (shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, bath gel, plus new lip balm, gel eye mask, bath salts and loofah mitts), Complimentary mini-bar - one-time set up,, Halo light magnifying vanity mirrors on vanity, complimentary Princess tote bag, complimentary dry cleaning service,and complimentary internet access in on-board Internet Cafes (wireless internet connection not included). Upgraded room amenities including: ice bucket and tray, leather wallet for cruise card, high quality pen, combined clothes brush, lint remover and shoe horn, shoe cleaning mitt, sewing kit, white cloth laundry bag,black cloth shoe shining bag, umbrella and slippers for use during the cruise.
Amenities are subject to change without notice.

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Suite

Mini-Suite

M2

MC

ME

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Mini-Suite Balcony

Sleeps up to: 4
Cabin: 260 sqft (24 m2)
Balcony: 70 sqft (7 m2)
52 Staterooms
 Handicap Cabins [ +/- ]
MC
Cabin: 8044 Deck: Eight
MC
Cabin: 8046 Deck: Eight
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M2

MC

ME

Features

- Two twin beds that convert to a queen
- Separate sitting area
- Sofa bed
- Desk
- Television
- Refrigerator
- Mini-bar
- Safe
- Phone
- Hairdryer
- Walk-in closet
- Private bath with combined tub and massage shower head.

Perks

100% Egyptian cotton linens / Chocolates on pillow /

Amenities include a welcome glass of champagne, luxury mattress and pillows.

Category M2 is part of the new Club Class and includes a welcome glass of champagne, priority embarkation and disembarkation, luxury beds, reserved area of main dining room for breakfast, lunch (sea days) and dinner with dedicated wait staff and exclusive menu and service options.
Amenities are subject to change without notice.

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Mini-Suite Balcony

Balcony

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Balcony

Sleeps up to: 3
Cabin: 173 sqft (16 m2)
Balcony: 43 sqft (4 m2)
170 Staterooms
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B4

B5

BC

BE

BF

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B4

B5

BA

BB

BD

BE

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B4

BB

Features

- Two twin beds that convert to a queen
- Refrigerator
- Mini-bar
- Safe
- Phone
- Hairdryer
- Television
- Large closet
- Desk
- Breakfast table
- Bathroom with shower.

Perks

100% Egyptian cotton linens / Chocolates on pillow /

Some rooms have a sofa bed in the sitting area or upper Pullman-style beds. Some staterooms have non-convertible twin beds.
Amenities are subject to change without notice.

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Balcony

Oceanview

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Oceanview

Sleeps up to: 4
Cabin: 146 sqft (14 m2)
80 Staterooms
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OV

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OB

OC

OF

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O6

OV

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O5

Features

- Two twin beds that convert to a queen
- Picture window (categories GG,G are obstructed by lifeboats or ship structures. Category F has 18-inch porthole window)
- Refrigerator
- Safe
- Phone
- Hairdryer
- Television
- Spacious closet
- Desk
- Sofa
- Bath with shower.

Important Size Information

Cabin size ranges from 147 to 155 square feet. Handicap cabin size is 226 square feet with 33" door. Category CC, C and DD are 183 square feet.

Perks

100% Egyptian cotton linens / Chocolates on pillow /


Amenities are subject to change without notice.

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Oceanview

Interior

Interior diagram

Interior

Sleeps up to: 4
Cabin: 156 sqft (15 m2)
23 Staterooms
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IB

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IA

IB

IE

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IB

IC

Features

- Two twin beds that convert to a queen
- Refrigerator
- Safe
- Phone
- Hairdryer
- Television
- Closet
- Desk
- Two night tables
- Bathroom with shower.

Important Size Information

Cabin size ranges from 147 to 155 square feet.

Perks

100% Egyptian cotton linens / Chocolates on pillow /

Some rooms have a sofa bed in the sitting area or upper Pullman-style beds.
Amenities are subject to change without notice.

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Interior

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The Pacific Princess started sailing in 1999 . Former names: R Three. The Pacific Princess is registered in Gibraltar. The Pacific Princess has 335 cabins. 69 percent of the staterooms on board have balconies.

You can expect between 670 to 804 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Pacific Princess has a space ratio of 37.7 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 45.2.

The Pacific Princess has 373 crew members on board. There are 2 passengers for every crew member on board. There are self serve laudromats on this ship.

The ship last major refurbishment was in May 2017 .

There are 11 decks on this ship. The highest deck number is 11. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 5.

The following ships share the same class as this ship. This means the basic design and layout of the ship is the same. For the most part the cabins will be identical among these ships, but may be decorated differently.
1999 - Ocean Princess
1999 - Pacific Princess
2001 - Royal Princess

There are 5 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.

One of 8 ships built for Renaissance Cruises, their naming policy says it all. She was laid up in Tahiti following the collapse of her owners in 2001 and was sold with sister R4 to Princess Cruises for $150,000,000 and renamed Pacific Princess. Her sister is named Tahitian Princess. Pacific Princess operates for both P&O Australia and Princess Cruises.

During May 2017 drydock mattresses were changed, new couch added to mini-suites. New carpeting and paint throughout ship.

External Website - www.princess.com

Smoking Policy     smoking
  • Smoking is prohibited in all staterooms and balconies with the exception of electronic cigarettes which may be smoked inside the stateroom
  • All smoking is permitted only in designated smoking areas. These areas include cigar lounges, a section of the nightclub and casino, and a portion of the open decks.
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Activities
  • 1 Outdoor Pools swimming
  • 3 Whirlpools (hot tubs)
  • No Rock Climbing Wall
  • No Flow Rider
  • No Ice Rink
  • No Bowling
  • No Zipline
  • No Waterslide
  • No Water Park
  • No Ropes Course
  • No Mini Golf
  • Golf Simulator
  • No Sports Court
  • No Boxing Ring
  • Jogging Track
Features
  • WIFI Ship Wide casino
  • Casino casino
  • No Cigar Lounge
  • No Chapel
  • No Arcade
  • No Cinema
  • Show Lounge
  • Hair Salon
  • Spa
  • Fitness Center
  • Library library
  • No Bridge Viewing Area
  • No Outdoor Movie Screen
  • No Teen Lounge
  • No Passenger Promenade
  • No Upper Deck Sea Viewing Lounge
  • No Adult Only Outside Lounge Area

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Pacific Princess Cruise Deck Plan Key
Interconnecting staterooms symbol

= Interconnecting staterooms

Third and fourth Pullman beds  symbol

= Third and fourth Pullman beds

Third Pullman bed available symbol

= Third Pullman bed available

Two lower beds not convertible symbol

= Two lower beds not convertible

Wheelchair accessible symbol

= Wheelchair accessible

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