The last in a series of four similar sister ships, the Ocean Princess entered service in early 2000. Her career at Princess Cruises is going to be a short one, however, as she will be transferred to sister company P&O Cruises and renamed Oceana in late 2002. She will replace the retiring Victoria.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
43 First Cruise Alaska2 users found this review helpful.
Cruise Alaska Alaska, where the Odds are good and the Goods are odd. Based on a Princess Cruise Line Alaska Land Tour to Mt. McKinley and on the Ocean Princess....read more
41 to 50 21 to 49 Panama Canal (West to East)16 users found this review helpful.
We just returned from a 12 day cruise through the Panama Canal on the Ocean Princess. Having sailed on Princess twice in the past (out of the 46 total cruises I have taken) I am...read more
41 NOT Panama Canal6 users found this review helpful.
Originally we were not scheduled to take this cruise as we had done the exact same cruise last year on the Sun Princess. We had booked the 7 night Southern Caribbean itinerary for January...read more
34 n/a Southern Adventurer3 users found this review helpful.
Ocean Princess (Princess) Southern Adventurer, April 1-8, 2000 My husband Randy and myself, 37 & 34, are first time cruisers. I am an online junkie so I did a bunch of research and...read more
n/a n/a Cruising the Southern Caribbean
Number in our group: 9 Two couples aged approx. 50 Five 20 year olds Number of cruises taken: One couple: 6 One couple: 2 One 20 year old: 6 One 20 year old: 2 Three 20 year old:...read more
43 2 Southern Caribbean Explorer23 users found this review helpful.
BEWARE OF PRINCESS CABIN SWAPPING!!!! We had reserved 2 highest level balcony rooms in Dec. All paid for & documented by a reputable agent. When we boarded last Sun. in San Juan we...read more