While Princess Cruises’ vessels currently disembark from 11 homeports located throughout North America, the mailing address to Princess Cruises can be traced to one single location in sunny California – of course! Before we give you the mailing address to Princess Cruises, first, here’s a bit of background on this popular year round cruise line.
Princess cruise ships are considered some of the most luxurious vessels in the cruise industry today. The line features ships that will appeal to the traveler looking for an intimate atmosphere or the vacationer that likes to mingle with many. Princess Cruises’ fleet of 17 ships includes: Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Crown Princess, Dawn Princess, Diamond Princess, Emerald Princess, Golden Princess, Grand Princess, Island Princess, Pacific Princess, Royal Princess, Ruby Princess, Sapphire Princess, Sea Princess, Star Princess, Sun Princess, and Tahitian Princess. Ruby Princess is Princes Cruises’ latest addition (2008).
With room for 3,100 passengers and 900 balcony staterooms, Princess Cruises’ largest ship is the Caribbean Princess. Caribbean Princess sails to Princess Cruises’ many exciting destinations ranging from Alaska, Asia, and Australia to Europe, Hawaii, and Tahiti. Of course, Caribbean Princess also sails to the Caribbean, as well as Canada, New England, the Mexican Riviera, and South America. Island Princess falls somewhere in the mid-range on the size scale, with room for 1,970-passengers and 90% ocean view staterooms, and more than 700 balconies.
The 670-passenger Pacific Princess and the 670-passenger Tahitian Princess are two of Princess Cruises’ smaller ships. Both ships offer a peaceful, small ship environment with big ship amenities. Each vessel features more than 200 balcony staterooms. The Pacific Princess frequents Alaska, Asia/Orient, India/Asia, and Tahiti and Hawaii, while Tahitian Princess will take you to Tahiti, and Hawaii as well, and Polynesia.
Princess Cruises sails to a wide variety of destinations across the globe, with hundreds of exciting ports of call on the menu. Princess Cruises’ 17 vessels sail from homeports located in either: Fort Lauderdale, Galveston, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Montreal, New York City, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, and Whittier, Alaska. Princess Cruises sails from most homeports to Alaska and Princess Cruises also sails to Australia & New Zealand, Canada & New England, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii & Tahiti, the Mexican Riviera, the Panama Canal, and South America. Ports of call depend on the destination, but expect to visit off-the-beaten path ports such as Dominica and Roatan, Honduras, as well as historic ports such as Alexandria, Egypt; Santorini, Greece; Naples/Capri, Italy, and Cartagena, Spain.
There are so many shore excursions and cruise tours available during a Princess Cruise that it would be impossible to list them all here. So here is an example of a typical list of offerings on one of Princess Cruises Panama Canal sailings — Panama Canal/Huatulco, Mexico:
Highlights of Huatulco Tour
Rural Communities & Traditions
Mexican Cuisine Cooking Demonstration
Las Brisas Resort Beach Break
Eco-Walk & Birding Adventure
Princess Golf – Golf at Tangolunda Golf Course
Mountain Bike Excursion
Huatulco by Land & Sea Tour
Huatulco River Float
Deep-Sea Fishing Tour
Huatulco Sail & Swim Tour
Five Bays by Catamaran Swim
FYI: Pre-reserving for cruise tours and excursions is highly recommended, as spots tend to fill up rather quickly. You can pre-reserve shore excursions up to 120 days before date of sailing.
The mailing address to Princess Cruises is:
24844 Avenue Rockefeller
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
To book a cruise on any of Princess Cruises ships, you can contact the cruise line directly at 1-800-PRINCESS. You can also book online at the official Princess Cruises website or you contact your local cruise travel specialist.