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Emerald Princess Cruises

Cruises on the Princess Cruises ship Emerald Princess

Princess Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation, has been a prominent figure in the cruise industry since 1965. With its headquarters in Santa Clarita, California, it stands as the second-largest cruise line by net revenue. Boasting a fleet of 16 to 18 diverse ships, Princess Cruises offers unique experiences to over a million passengers yearly, covering destinations worldwide, including the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia. For those planning a Princess Cruises getaway, Cruise Prune provides an invaluable service, offering real-time price tracking and alerts for price drops, ensuring travelers can enjoy these luxurious cruises at the most cost-effective rates.

About the Emerald Princess

The Emerald Princess, operated by Princess Cruises, is a grand-class ship with a gross tonnage of 113,561. The ship measures approximately 951 feet in length, has a moulded breadth of 159 feet, and a height of 195 feet. It provides accommodation for up to 3,080 passengers and a crew of 1,200, and has 19 decks with 1,539 guest cabins.

The ship offers a range of facilities, including dining on freshly prepared sashimi in Kai Sushi, watching street performers in the dazzling Atrium, or taking in a lavish production show in the state-of-the-art theater. For a unique treat, visit the Izumi Japanese Bath, the largest of its kind at sea.









Emerald Princess Rooms

Balcony Room

Balcony cabins on the Emerald Princess are a generous 231 square feet, with an additional 45-square-foot private balcony, equipped with furniture including two convertible chair-to-loungers and a small circular table. The balconies are staggered, which means anyone staying on a higher deck has a full view of those below. Some Balcony cabins also contain a pulldown bed to accommodate additional passengers.

Inside Room

Inside cabins on the Emerald Princess are located on various decks and range in size from 162 to 182 square feet. These cabins can accommodate a third or fourth passenger with a pulldown bed, although space can feel tight, particularly around the bed and desk. They feature a wardrobe with ample hanging space and a long shelf above.

Ocean Room

Ocean-view cabins with unobstructed views are approximately 179 square feet, while ocean-view cabins with obstructed views range in size from 158 to 179 square feet. Both feature a picture window, a queen-size bed that converts to two twins and shampoo, conditioner plus body lotion in the bathroom. Some ocean-view cabins contain a pulldown bed and can feel tight around the bed and desk area, especially if there are more than two passengers staying in the cabin.

Suite Room

Suites on the Emerald Princess range in size from 460 to 687 square feet. Suites also feature two HD TVs and a separate seating area with a sofa bed. Additionally, suites are equipped with upgraded wooden balcony furniture, including padded loungers; a table and two padded chairs; there's a complimentary mini-bar and a separate fridge; a CD/DVD player with access to a complimentary DVD library; a walk-in closet; and evening chocolates at turn-down. The bathroom includes a whirlpool tub, in addition to the shower, and upgraded Lotus Spa toiletries. Suite passengers also receive a complimentary breakfast in the Crown Grill, where a la carte service is provided; hors d'oeuvres in one of the bars (reserved just for suite passengers); and the option to request in-room afternoon tea or evening canapes.

Suite (Mini-Suite) Room