Island Princess

This exciting new vessel debuts in July 2003. Island Princess has a great array passenger facilities and nearly 90% of the ship's cabins are outside. The ship debuts in July 2003 with a cruise through Alaska.


Passenger Capacity: 1,950
Tonnage: 88,000
Builder: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Inaugural Cruise: July 2003
Length: 964 feet
Height: 203 feet
Beam: 106 feet
Draft: 26 feet
Decks: 16
Space Ratio: 44.6
Passenger Cabins: 987 total (879 outside/108 inside)
16 Suites with private balconies (470* Sq ft.)
184 Mini-suites with private balconies (285 -- 302* Sq ft.)
8 Mini-suites (no balcony) (300 Sq ft.)
527 Outside cabins with private balconies ( 217 -- 232* Sq ft.)
144 Standard outside cabins (162 Sq ft.)
108 Inside cabins ( 156 Sq ft.)
*includes balcony

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: 20 including 16 outside/4 inside (217 - 374 Sq ft.)
Cabins with Private Balconies: 727 (80% of all outside cabins)
Upper Berths: 616
Pools: 3
Whirlpools Spas: 5
Dining and Snacks:

Two main dining rooms
Sabatini's Trattoria
The Bayou Cafe -- New Orleans restaurant
The Grill --poolside hamburger grill
Princess Pizza -- poolside pizza bar
Ice Cream Bar -- poolside ice cream creations
Showrooms/Lounges: Princess Theater -- main showroom, Universe Lounge -- multi-use room with three revolving stages
Explorers Lounge -- lounge and disco
Churchill Lounge -- spirits and cigar bar
Wheelhouse Bar -- classic nautical-themed lounge
Crooners -- Old-time martini bar

Passenger Services: Casino (London theme), 3 duty-free shops, fitness center and spa, sports deck, children's and teen's centers, library, AOL Internet Cafe, wedding chapel, art gallery, golf putting green and simulator.
Propulsion: Gas turbine/Diesel/Electric
Maximum Speed: 21.5 knots
Lifeboats: 12 lifeboats, 4 tenders, 2 rescue boats
Registry: Bermuda
Deployment: Alaska