Sapphire Princess is the 6th in a series of ships that were once the largest in the world. Sapphire Princess is the second Princess ship to be built in a Japanese shipyard and she takes her place with the other 5 Grand Class ships. One unique thing about the Sapphire Princess is that she is lacking the familiar "wing or spoiler" that are featured on the first four Grand Class ships.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
36 16 Beijing to Osaka6 users found this review helpful.
My first trip to Asia, something my sister and I have been planning for years and haven’t had the best of luck in putting it together. At first, I always thought it would cost too much money....read more
53 3 Alaska24 users found this review helpful.
Three couples traveled together, 2 in our fifties one in their 60's. All have cruised on various lines in the past. We flew the day before our cruise from Hamilton,...read more
Meredith 39 7 Mexican Riviera15 users found this review helpful.
We have cruised NCL, Carnival and Holland in the past. We love the cruise experience. However, this being our first Princess cruise we were highly disappointed. We traveled as a goup of 7. We...read more
Rick Smookler 53 6 Mexican Riviera6 users found this review helpful.
I have never wrote a review before but wanted to let travelers know about the poor customer service of Princess. We were charged a fuel surcharge and inquired about a refund upon return since fuel...read more
Kat 54 15 Mexican Riviera9 users found this review helpful.
The Mexican ports have fun activities available. The Sapphire Princess is a beautiful ship and even though it was full, never felt crowded. There were a lot of children on the cruise and I did...read more
g rose 83 50+ mexican riviera23 users found this review helpful.
I've cruised many times on many ships. We enjoy Mexico for quick getaway of fun in sun. The Sapphire was well appointed, public areas very clean, robes available, breakfast in cabin or on balcony...read more