Golden Princess cruise ship guide


The magnificent Golden Princess is coming to Australia for the first time in 2015, when she will be based in Melbourne. And of course, Cruise 1st Australia has all the best deals – so book now to avoid disappointment!

You can see all our Golden Princess cruise deals here – or read on to find out what you’ll see and do during your time on board.

About Golden Princess

Golden Princess is one of Princess Cruises’ Grand-class cruise ships, holding around 2,600 passengers and 1,100 crew. She originally entered service in 2001 and has sailed various destinations around the globe, including Hawaii, the West Coast of America and even Antarctica.

Coming to Australia in 2015, the ship will be offering fantastic trips around the Australian coast and the surrounding islands.

As Princess Cruises puts it, you’ll find everything you’d expect from a first class hotel on board Golden Princess. Attention to detail is excellent, with classy decor, pristine rooms and a wide range of fantastic facilities to choose from.

Activities include the Calypso Reef Pool, plus two hot tubs; the adults-only Sanctuary retreat; the Lotus spa, gym & fitness area; a nine-hole putting course; a world-class art gallery; an on-board library and much more.

Dining is excellent too, with a range of restaurants providing cuisine from around the globe, as well as more traditional and laid-back options.

Entertainment is also top-class, with theatres showing movies and shows, a Grand Casino, a nightclub and several lounges where you can meet new people or just kick back with friends and family.

There’s so much to see and do here that you’ll simply never find yourself bored!

Book your Golden Princess cruise

Cruises in Australia don’t begin until 2015, but it’s always a good idea to book early! You can book over on our Golden Princess cruise deals page.

Here are some of the highlights of our current deals:

Tasmania round trip from Melbourne
Cruising on Golden Princess
3rd January 2016 for 7 nights

Setting off from Melbourne, this cruise visits Wineglass Bay, Port Arthur (Tasmania), Hobart, Adelaide and back to Melbourne.

New Zealand
Cruising on Golden Princess
12th November 2015 for 13 nights

Setting off from Melbourne, this cruise stops off at Auckland, Tauranga, Gisborne, Wellington, Akaroa, Dunedin, Fiordland National Park and then returns to Melbourne.

New Caledonia & Vanuatu
Cruising on Golden Princess
28th October 2015 for 15 nights

This cruise starts at Sydney and visits Melbourne, Isle of Pines, Lifou, Champagne, Vila (Vanuatu), Mystery Island, Noumea and then back to Melbourne.

Image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit: Lyn Gateley 


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