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108 nights
18 May 2022
Coral Princess
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Prices from

£14,134

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF

What's Included

  • Full Board cruising – Includes Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Snacks. Available in Buffet & Main restaurants, also the Princess pizzeria
  • Entertainment – Broadway-style productions in the theatre, movies under the stars & The Atrium; stop by anytime, day or night, to find musicians, acrobats, food carvers and a variety of other performers
  • Swimming pools, Hot tubs & Sports Courts available for all and The Sanctuary * Adults only retreat
  • Spa & Wellness* –The Lotus Spa & Fitness Centre with fully equipped gym & fitness classes
  • Family Friendly ship including Discovery at Sea, Wii family tournaments, The Voice of the Ocean & age specific kids clubs
  • Specialty Restaurants * – Includes Bistro Sur La Mer a French Bistro-style with a Modern Twist and Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria

*Available for a supplement

Your Itinerary

Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway to exotic locations or a fun-filled cruise holiday with the family, the stunning Coral Princess is the perfect choice. This beautiful ship combines all the modern features you’d expect from a large cruise liner, while retaining an intimate and welcoming ambience. There’s always something to do day or night, with great activities and fabulous entertainment. Luxurious, peaceful spaces allow you to relax in real style if you prefer to unwind. Add a great range of dining options and Princess’ famously efficient and friendly crew and there’s everything you’ll need for a fantastic cruise holiday.

Brisbane is a lively, cosmopolitan city with beautiful riverside parks, a busy cultural calendar and a vibrant café culture. The river is lined with busy malls, riverfront plazas, outdoor man-made beaches, water parks, botanical gardens and wildlife parks. The vibe here is relaxed with nearby Gold Coast and Surfer’s Paradise being a top location for watersports and some of Australia’s best beaches.

The National Park in Komodo was designed to protect the native Komodo dragon. Explore the beautiful uninhabited islands surrounding Komodo by sea kayak, or discover the pristine coral reefs by diving or snorkelling. The white sandy beaches are the ideal place to relax and admire the remote and rugged landscape around.

Welcome to Singapore, where sacred Buddhist and Hindu temples sit in the shadows of sleek, futuristic architecture and the world-renowned street food offers a spectrum of flavours to tantalise every palate. Don’t forget to try the chilli crab, its national dish. It’s also home to the famous colonial-style Raffles Hotel, where the Singapore Sling cocktail was invented, as well as the spectacular Gardens By The Bay. It’s truly a city that never fails to impress.

Sri Lanka conjures up the exotic and the mysterious, and here you could choose from a diverse range of activities, from exploring the temples of the Sinhalese Kingdom or taking a guided tour of an Elephant orphanage. You could also take look at the Pettah Bazaar where you can buy almost anything and everything!

Muscat is one of the Middle East’s oldest cities and is filled with fascinating history, charm and natural beauty. Wandering through Muscat you can enjoy rare glimpses of the rich and opulent cultural heritage of the land. For tourists that come from all over the world, Muscat holds a special charm with its grand forts, parks and museums all of which help to understand the history of Oman.

Dubai is known as an adult’s playground, with an ever-growing list of dazzling attractions to complement its year-round sunshine and swathes of golden beaches. Head to the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, and see the carefully choreographed dancing fountains below. They’re beautifully lit in the evenings. There’s also maze-like souks wreathed in the aroma of spices, thrilling waterparks and desert safaris in the rolling dunes beyond the city.

Aqaba is a vibrant, historical city with dusty, sandy hills and stunning white beaches. Aqaba is full of history and natural beauty and is home to Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. This city is 2,200 years old and carved out of the surrounding cliffs. Visit Wadi Rum, an extraordinary desert and mountain region taking you past endless mountains and dunes.

Suez is located in north-eastern Egypt. Historically, Suez has been a pathwayfor Muslim pilgrims travelling to and from Mecca. Suez Canal opened in 1896 and in 1956 drew the world’s attention following the Suez Crisis. Travel west from the port to Cairo - formerly the Egyptian capital of Memphis - gateway to the The Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza.

Santorini (or Thira) is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. The island is described as the most scenically dramatic of all the Greek Islands – blessed with rugged landscapes, stunning caldera (volcanic crater), and an array of beautiful beaches - including Perissa, Kamari, and the famous Red Beach. Stroll among the white-washed churches and clifftop houses of Fira and Oia and purvey the spectacular vista below.

Sibenik is a picturesque town with a beautiful hillside backdrop rich in culture. The town is full of charm, character and history. The Cathedral of St. James and the Dalmatian-Gothic-Renaissance works of art are very popular tourist attractions for those wanting to find out more about this stunning town. Narrow quaint streets offer opportunities to shop. For those wanting to see more of the natural beauty of this area, a visit to Krka National Park with five-stage cascading waterfalls, deep gorges in the Karst valley and raging waterfalls flowing into the lake offer an unforgettable experience.

Discover the romance of Venice through its enchanting atmosphere, iconic landmarks and intricate architecture. Glide through the labyrinthine canals on a gondola as you admire the remarkable Renaissance palaces that line these timeless waterways. Head to the heart of the city, St. Mark’s Square, home to the impressive St. Mark’s Basilica and marvel at its ornate Byzantine mosaics, or pay a visit to Doge’s Palace – a paragon of Gothic architecture.

Malta is a Mediterranean island of great historical importance influenced by many great empires. The capital fortress city of Valletta, described as an open air museum, is mainly Baroque in character having been built in the 16th century by the Order of St John of Jerusalem. It offers some of Europe’s finest palaces, churches, and works of art. Valletta harbour is surrounded by cream coloured buildings, twisting streets, hillsides beyond, fishing craft and luzzo boats below.

Rome is often described as being the world’s biggest open air museum - The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, and the Trevi Fountain where a tossed coin promises your return to the Eternal City. Take a walking tour of its many historical landmarks and enjoy the food, the culture, the ambience, and the surrounding scenery. There is no doubt you'll learn the meaning of la dolce vita (the sweet life) when you visit Rome.

Rubbing shoulders with movie stars is the image you get whilst in Cannes but this gracious city, with the palm-lined Boulevard de la Croisette’s divine beaches, is more than that - it is also the gateway to Monaco and Monte Carlo. Also take time to venture into the old quarter of Le Suqet and head up the winding cobbled lane lined with charming local restaurants and the gorgeous medieval church.

The Catalan capital is one of Spain’s favourite cities. Visit Antoni Gaudi’s inspiring La Sagrada Familia with its ornate spires, explore aromatic food markets full of locally grown cured meats and vegetables or head to the beautiful beaches within walking distance of the city centre. Why not explore the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, which offers a stunning view over the city and houses Spain’s largest collection of Catalan art?

They say the Rock of Gibraltar crouches over the sea Sphinx-like facing Africa. Many countries have fought for control of this passage between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, resulting in a vibrant cultural melting pot. Narrow steep lanes are busy with English tourists, veiled Moroccan women in caftans, and Spanish residents. Stroll below the white cliffs among a profusion of palm, pine, and cypress. Go below to Gibraltar’s caves, or up above to see the Rock’s Barbary apes.

Colourful houses line the harbour of this little town, and St Colman’s Cathedral towers over it. Enjoy a quiet drink or some live music in one of the town bars. Nearby Cork boasts a vibrant cultural scene. Visit the immense St Finbarr’s Cathedral, find out more about the city’s history at the museums, or take a walk by the River Lee in Fitzgeralds Park.

Take a trip to visit Portland Castle for a glimpse into the past of this historic town. The coast is a good place for windsurfing, sailing and rock climbing. Cycle or hike around the clifftop path for the best ocean views from the top of the towering cliffs.

Walk along the scenic North Downs Way which offer superb views out towards the English Channel. Take a trip down to the beach and explore the majestic white cliffs that are such an iconic symbol of England. Visit the historic Dover Castle and find out more about its eventful history.

Known as ‘The city between seven mountains’ – take a cable car up Mount Ulriken to find a magnificent panorama of the city, coastal landscape, fjords, cascading waterfalls, and jagged mountains. A trip to the private island of Holmen promises a ‘seafood safari’ including fresh lobster, crab, scallops, and langoustines.

Olden is a small tranquil village surrounded by rolling landscapes. Stunning valleys contrast against magnificent glaciers, cascading waterfalls, towering mountain ranges and quaint farming villages. The village is alive with activity, local trade and contemporary buildings. Olden is the gateway to the largest glacier in Europe’s mainland, Jostedal Glacier. This stunning 37 mile Glacier is breathtaking and will amaze and dazzle you.

The picturesque village of Gravdal lies on Vestvågøy Island, part of the Lofoten Archipelago known as the magical islands. It sits at the bottom of a steep slope, surrounded by immense mountainous landscape blanketed in green forest. The village offers white sandy beaches as well as lakes perfect for fishing in.

Tromsø is a lively place, with more pubs per capita than any other Norwegian town. Its beautiful snowy peaks are an excellent backdrop for hiking in summer and skiing and dog-sledding in winter. The cathedral and botanical gardens offer a more relaxing option, while buskers will brighten your journey across town.
Honningsvaag is the last village before Norway’s mysterious North Cape and is the gateway to stunning natural landscapes. Honnigsvagg is surrounded by magnificent snow-capped mountains, deep crystal fjords and an abundance of wildlife and marine life. Hike into the surrounding areas and find yourself wandering past reindeer, over stone bridges where cascading streams flow into the icy waters and picturesque views of this stunning country.

Akureyri is set in stunning scenery filled with charm and a thriving arts scene. The frosted scene is set on some of Iceland’s most beautiful fjords and scattered with quaint churches and magnificent waterfall. For history visit the old town where you will see the first school, hospital and theatre, the first two storey buildings built in Iceland. For more spectacular beauty visit the natural spa near Lake Myvatn.

Isafjord is a fishing port surrounded by stunning landscapes and mountain ranges reflecting from the deep blue waters. The Jonsgardur Park provides spectacular views and the unique arch, made out of whalebone. The Old Hospital is a cultural centre, housing an art gallery and a library. Take a boat trip to the neighbouring island of Vigur for views of a large colony of Eider ducks which farmers harvest to make a living. The town offers numerous shops and restaurants for a day spent relaxing and stocking up.

This trendy city is full of great museums and galleries, fantastic restaurants, cosy cafés and a vibrant music and arts scene. Outdoor geothermal swimming pools are an important part of Icelandic culture and a great place to socialise with the locals. Get in touch with nature by going horse riding or whale watching.

Halifax boasts one of the largest harbours in the world surrounded by stunning coastal scenery. For lovers of maritime history, this city is filled with stories, museums and artefacts from the past. The sinking of the Titanic holds a strong connection here as the city played a key role of recovering bodies after the tragedy and is the final resting place for many unclaimed victims. Halifax is a youthful and energetic town boasting a downtown area full of pubs, clubs and cafes, as well the waterfront. Throughout the year, you can enjoy music festivals, outdoor concerts and even old-fashioned Celtic folk dances.

With icons from popular culture at every turn, from the Statue of Liberty and the neon lights of Broadway to Fifth Avenue's Museum Mile and Central Park's walkways, New York is the perfect destination to enjoy an activity-packed break. See where millions first stepped ashore at Ellis Island, visit the Empire State Building and Times Square or just enjoy a cream cheese bagel in Central Park.

A lip-smacking cocktail of low-rise pastel art deco and shimmering glass skyscrapers, Miami lords it over Biscayne Bay on Florida's southeastern tip. Soak up the Latin flavours and share a mofongo platter of garlicky plantains in Little Havana. Sail across the bay to Art Deco South Beach, and explore Miracle Mile in chichi Coral Gables. Visit the famous Miami Beach or take a day trip to the Florida Everglades, Miami offers something for everyone.

Cartagena is a city of contrasts between the old and new, between poverty and wealth, between legend and reality. The 17th century walled Old Town, and fortress are stunning World Heritage Sites, offering an insight into the old legends of this city. The colourful restored Spanish buildings line the streets of Old Town, with areas of immense poverty and round the corner, areas of extreme wealth. This city is one that will surprise and sadden you, intrigue and amaze you.

Cruising the Panama Canal will allow you to explore the beautiful historic man-made Panama Canal, taking you through tropical rainforests and lush green forestry passed an abundance of tropical wildlife; for a truly unforgettable experience.

The biggest beach in the area, at El Murciélago, is lined with a variety of inviting restaurants offering seafood and other local dishes. There are many water sports to enjoy in the clear blue sea, including diving, sailing, body-boarding, surfing and sport fishing. The nearby small town of Montecristi is home to some beautiful colonial architecture.

Callao is the gateway to nearby Lima, filled with history, culture and beauty. Lima is a mix of Renaissance architecture, Hispanic ruins, museums and a mix of ethnic heritage including ancient Indiana cultures, Spanish conquerors and a large Chinese population. The charming city’s historic town centre is home to Baroque inspired buildings and beautiful colonial buildings. With neighbouring vibrant towns, quaint fishing villages, beautiful beaches, Lima offers something for everyone.

The deep-water port of General San Martin is the largest port between Callao and Matarani and is the gateway to the ruins of Machu Picchu. This historical site is perched above the remote Urubamba River, surrounded by tropical mountain forest and is probably the most amazing creation of the urban empire.
Easter Island is an island set on rolling landscapes, extinct volcanoes and surrounded by natural beauty. Easter Island is famous for its monumental statues, called Moai, created by the Rapanui people. It is a world heritage site with much of the island protected within the Rapa Nui National Park.
The only island inhabited out of the four islands in the Pitcairn group, the island of Pitcairn is surrounded with rugged cliffs, beautiful bays and is filled with history.

Papeete harbour is full of hustle and bustle surrounded by a mass of crystal water and sandy white beaches. Tahiti has a bustling, vibrant feeling with markets lining the streets, colourful boulevard and numerous sidewalk café. Neighbouring Tahiti Iti is home to a few villages and small beaches offering trips to view stunning waterfalls, archaeological sites and caves and beautiful scenery.

Papeete harbour is full of hustle and bustle surrounded by a mass of crystal water and sandy white beaches. Tahiti has a bustling, vibrant feeling with markets lining the streets, colourful boulevard and numerous sidewalk café. Neighbouring Tahiti Iti is home to a few villages and small beaches offering trips to view stunning waterfalls, archaeological sites and caves and beautiful scenery.

Auckland, based around 2 large harbours, is a major city in the north of New Zealand’s North Island. In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes.

The Bay of Islands are a collection of holiday islands set in tranquil waters and on a backdrop of beautiful green landscape. The turquoise waters surrounding these islands are teeming with dolphins and other forms of marine life and trips can be made to swim with these wild animals. Walks to Haruru Falls will allow you scenic views of the cascading water.

Life on board Coral Princess

Overview

Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway to exotic locations or a fun-filled cruise holiday with the family, the stunning Coral Princess is the perfect choice. This beautiful ship combines all the modern features you’d expect from a large cruise liner, while retaining an intimate and welcoming ambience. There’s always something to do day or night, with great activities and fabulous entertainment. Luxurious, peaceful spaces allow you to relax in real style if you prefer to unwind. Add a great range of dining options and Princess’ famously efficient and friendly crew and there’s everything you’ll need for a fantastic cruise holiday.

Dining

Don’t miss the fine-dining dishes by celebrity chef Curtis Stone or the heavenly poolside pizzas. Tuck in at Sabatini’s, Bayou Café and Steakhouse or the laidback Crab Shack.

Activities

Featuring unique talks, stargazing and themed-shore excursions, the Discovery at Sea programme is a must. Alternatively, unwind at Lotus Spa while the little ones are entertained at the kids club.

Entertainment

Be captivated by some of the best performers at sea in Coral’s spectacular show lounges and entertainment bars with Vegas-style extravaganzas, cabaret and game shows. By day, you could be watching a first-run feature length film, and by night you might be in the best seats in the house for an amazing theatre production.

Ship Facts

Tonnage: 91,627

Number of Decks: 16

Passenger Capacity: 2,000

Total Crew: 895

Number of Cabins: 1,000

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Kids Club: Yes

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Cabin Inclusions

  • A spacious picture window for memorable views
  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds
  • Refrigerator
  • Flat-panel television
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Spacious closet
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

Call to book:

01793 575212

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We're open:

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Cruise Only from

Cabin Inclusions

  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds
  • Refrigerator
  • Flat-panel television
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Spacious closet
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

Call to book:

01793 575212

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF

We're open:

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Cruise Only from

Cabin Inclusions

  • A spacious picture window for memorable views
  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds
  • Refrigerator
  • Flat-panel television
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Spacious closet
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

Call to book:

01793 575212

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF

We're open:

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Cruise Only from

Cabin Inclusions

  • Balcony with 2 chairs and table
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds
  • Refrigerator
  • Flat-panel television
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Spacious closet
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

Call to book:

01793 575212

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF

We're open:

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Cruise Only from

Cabin Inclusions

  • Balcony with 2-4 chairs, table and ottoman
  • Bathroom tub and massage shower head
  • Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
  • Separate sitting area with sofa bed & coffee table
  • Complimentary welcome glass of Champagne on embarkation day
  • Luxury mattress topper and pillows
  • Two flat-panel televisions
  • Comfortable queen or two twin beds
  • Refrigerator
  • 100% cotton, high-thread count linens
  • Complimentary 24-hour room service
  • Spacious closet
  • Desk with chair
  • Hair dryer & bathroom amenities
  • Digital security safe

Call to book:

01793 575212

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF

We're open:

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Call to book: 

01793 575212

Mon to Sun: 9am - 8pm

Quote Cruise Reference: PRTDF