Sapphire Princess sails to some of the world’s most breathtaking destinations. With over 700 spacious balconies, you’ll be able to set your sights on the wonders of the world without even leaving the ship. Casual eateries like the pizzeria, the International Café, Horizon Court and Trident Grill all offer quick delicious bites. You can also opt for the main dining rooms or any of the specialty dining restaurants, which offer a joyful celebration of food with dishes made with the freshest ingredients possible. While the kids are in their own age divided areas, the adults can enjoy some time on their own at The Sanctuary. The Lotus Spa offers several treatments, a fitness center and an enclosed climate controlled top deck recreation area with hot tubs, a pool and a bar. Churchill’s is a hidden gem where the pub like atmosphere invites cigar smokers to enjoy premium cigars in an intimate setting. There are also a wide variety of entertainment options: Movies Under the Stars, original musical productions and guest entertainers are all sure to please. The Skywalkers Nightclub and Club Fusion both offer after-hours fun. Other amenities include an art gallery, shops, a sport court, an Internet café, a library and a casino.
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.