About the Coral Princess #FollowMeAtSea

The Coral Princess was introduced in 2003.  The ship, built just trim enough to traverse the Panama Canal, accommodates 1,970 passengers and 900 crew members.

Coral Princess has a great itinerary (two full days of glacier viewing) with port calls in Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan. This southbound Voyage of the Glaciers ends in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The public areas on the ship are spotless. The color scheme is soothing to the eye and does not compte with the breathtaking Alaskan scenery.

Coral Princess Facts
  • Date Launched: November 2002
  • Registry: Bermuda
  • Officers: British & Italian
  • Crew: International
  • Complement: 900
  • Gross Tons: 91000
  • Length (ft.): 964
  • Beam (ft.): 106
  • Dinner Seatings: 2, plus Personal Choice Dining
  • Cuisine: Continental and International
  • Dress Code: Casual by day, evenings range from casual – formal
  • Room Service: Yes
  • Tipping: $10 pp per day automatically added to shipboard account; 15% automatically added to bar checks.
  • Outdoor Pools: 4
  • Indoor Pools: 0
  • Jacuzzis: 5
  • Fitness Center: Yes
  • Spa: Yes
  • Beauty Salon: Yes
  • Showroom: Yes
  • Bars/Lounges: 8
  • Casino: Yes
  • Shops: Yes
  • Library: Yes
  • Child Program: Yes
  • Self-service Laundry: Yes
  • Elevators: 12
  • Suites: 208
  • Outside Doubles: 144
  • Inside Doubles: 108
  • Singles Cabins: 0
  • Singles Surcharge: 160-200%
  • Verandah Cabins: 527

This is a hosted trip by Princess Cruises.

Carrie Finley

Carrie is ready to explore, discover, and share the wonderful world of cruise travel. My goal is to report live from the ships sharing information about the overall experience under my Blogger-at-Large series. You will find information about cruise ships and places near the sea. Explore what’s buzzing at the cruise lines and gain insight into the world of cruising. Make sure to connect with Carrie via social media outlets including Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Tumblr.

This Post Has 7 Comments

    1. @CruiseBuzz “Winter” activities in #Alaska include #Skiing, #Skating, #Fishing, #Snowmobiling, Northern Lights Viewing… So much to do!

    2. @CruiseBuzz Hope you have enjoyed your “Land” tour of #Alaska. Lots to do in Southeast Alaska too. Enjoy! #FollowMeAtSea

    3. @CruiseBuzz in #Skagway you must go on the White Pass RR. Last of the narrow gauge #Railroad in the US. #FollowMeAtSea #Alaska

      1. @Plan_It_Alaska Thanks for all your Alaska tips. Keep them rolling in. #FollowMeAtSea

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