As one of only two Princess ships built in Japan, it’s not surprising this exotic gem can often be found sailing to the most intriguing destinations abroad. Freshly prepared sashimi compliments the ship’s Japanese origin in Kai Sushi. Check out the street performers in the dazzling Atrium or take in a lavish production show in the state of the art theater. For a unique treat, visit the Izumi Japanese Bath, which is the largest of its kind at sea. Kids have their own age divided areas: The Treehouse for kids 3 to 7 years, The Lodge for kids 8 to 12, and for teens, The Beach House. The adults can head off to enjoy rejuvenating spa treatments and an adults-only tranquil retreat, The Sanctuary. The theater offers Broadway style productions, from the timeless classics to more modern hits. The cigar lounge is a fashionable favorite of smoking cruiers. Other amenities include a fully equipped gym, Movies Under the Stars, several nightclubs, a casino, shops, freshwater pools, a sports court, an internet café, a library and much more.
Princess will automatically add $15.50 per day, per suite guest, $14.50 per day, per mini-suite guest and $13.50 per day, per non-suite guest to your onboard account. These amounts can be adjusted onboard. A 15% tip is added to all bar charges, dining room wine accounts and Lotus Spa services.
Onboard Currency Notes
On Australia cruises, the Australia Dollar is the onboard currency.