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These are the newest deck plans for Crown Princess Lido deck plan. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Crown Princess Lido deck. Just move your mouse over any stateroom and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos. LIVE SHIP TRACKING The menu above is specific to the Crown Princess ship and provides a quick way to go to the different pages.
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|Third and fourth Pullman beds|
|Third Pullman bed available|
|Two lower beds not convertible|
|Will accommodate a rollaway|
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Sub Categories on Lido
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Public Spaces on Lido
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Cafe CaribeThis casual eating option offers a changing menu of Caribbean themes such as grilled rock lobster, paella-style prawns, jerk chicken, curries and whole roast suckling pig.
Horizon CourtOpens between 6:30am and 11:30am for breakfast, 11:30 to 3:30pm for a buffet style lunch and from 3:30 to 5:30pm serving light snacks.
Horizon TerraceTerrace that overlooks the Terrace Pool. Served by the Outrigger Bar.
Neptunes Reef and PoolMain pool area with large pool, two hot tubs, served by Mermaids Tail bar and Trident Grill.
Calypso Reef and PoolFamily pool area with two hot tubs and large movie screen.
Mermaids TailBar serving the Neptune Reef and Pool
Pizza BarPizza and Ice Cream Bar near the pool area.
Cabin Check Tool
This tool will help you see what is on the deck above and the deck below your stateroom. Don't be surprised by loud chair scraping noise above you.
Accessible cabins on Lido
These cabins are on the Crown Princess
Cabin L248 Category Interior
Cabin L252 Category Interior
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All Princess ships have wheelchair-accessible staterooms, but we highly recommend collapsible wheelchairs, as the widths of the stateroom doors vary. Passengers utilizing mobility devices with batteries are advised that the batteries must be a dry cell type, and must be stored and recharged in the stateroom. Mobility devices of any kind, like any other items, may not be left outside the stateroom. Because of staffing limitations, we recommend you be accompanied by someone who is physically able to assist you both onboard and onshore.
Travelers with disabilities should check in with the onboard Tour Office to ensure all shore excursions can accommodate them. Not all port facilities are accessible for those using mobility devices. Ports may be accessed by a variety of methods including a ramped gangway, a series of steps or by tender. In some cases, you may be able to access the tender, but the shoreside facility will not be accessible. Many ports of call use a mechanism known as a "stair climber" to assist passengers up and down the gangway. Passengers must transfer to a Princess wheelchair, which is connected to the stair climber and operated by the ship's personnel. If you cannot transfer or your personal mobility device cannot be easily disembarked, you may be precluded from going ashore. With your safety and comfort in mind, the decision to permit or prohibit passengers from going ashore will be made on each occasion by the ship's Captain, and the decision will be final. Ports that normally use tenders to access the shore are noted on the itinerary.
The maximum weight of the wheelchair including guest cannot exceed 600 lbs. on transportation lifts. If you have purchased a Princess Transfer at the start or end of the cruise, be aware that lift-equipped transportation may not be available in your port of embarkation or disembarkation.
Entry regulations for service animals vary by port. Passengers are advised to consult authorities at each port prior to departure for more information. Princess does not have food onboard for animals. The choice of dog litter material is limited and varies by ship.
Princess ships are equipped with "All-in-One Kits" with TTY that can be used in most passenger cabins and at Princess wilderness lodges. Most televisions onboard provide closed captioning and most onboard theaters have assisted listening devices. Electric outlets in most staterooms are limited to one and it is helpful to travel with an extension cord for electrical equipment. Princess also offers JAWS Professional software with a KOSS-TD/80 headset on one terminal in each Internet Cafe on every ship.
Crown Princess 15 Lido (deck) Cabin GuruHere are some tips that you should keep in mind when looking for cabins on this deck. There may be other issues that we haven't noted, and if you are aware of any issues we have not listed, please contact us and let us know so that we can add it to the list.
* The deck in front of the forward cabins is open at times to the public and the balconies of L106 and L107 will not be private during those times.
The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Princess uses the stateroom type and location for its category codes. The following letters are used for stateroom type: M=Mini Suite, D=Deluxe Balcony, B=Balcony, O=Oceanview, I=Interior. The location code is A to F for standard cabins with A being the most desirable location. 1 to 6 for premium cabins with 1 being the more desirable location. U to Z for obstructed staterooms with U being the more desirable location.
As an example MA stands for a Mini Suite (M=Mini Suite) in a prime location (A=Most desired location - midship, quiet location).