Princess The Star Princess entered service in early 2002 and completes the three-ship Grand class. The largest cruise vessel ever to sail to the Mexican Riviera and Alaska, Star Princess also holds the title of the largest passenger ship ever to transit the Suez Canal.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
45 5 Alaska Cruisetour1 users found this review helpful.
We were on tour 8 which began in Fairbanks and included the Midnight Express Railroad to Anchorage. Upon arrival in Fairbanks, we were pleasantly surprised to find out that the...read more
37 2 Alaska Inside Passage5 users found this review helpful.
The personal choice seating was wonderful as was the option to eat in the Horizon Buffet. The food was good. You may have heard it was confusing but once you know the layout and that there is...read more
33 3 Voyage of the Glaciers - Southbound2 users found this review helpful.
I will give a review of our total vacation, which was 11 nights. We did three nights pre-cruise on our own and one night post-cruise. I traveled with my boyfriend, Charles - just so...read more
68 31 Mexican Riviera
While on the subject of free choice dining this is the first Princess ship we’ve been on to offer it the Royal, which we were on in Feb., was to small to handle the galley requirements. Diane...read more
Barry and Lori Cunningham
39-38 respectively +/- 50 Mexican Riviera
Star Princess 3/17/2002 Mexican Riviera Having been on many cruises throughout the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, we decided we would finally take on the ‘Mexican...read more
44 12 Los Angels to Ensenada and back
First Impression: Wow this is a big beautiful new ship! Embarkation: Not Great. The ship is new, the staff is still figuring out how to move things...read more
55 25 Cruise to Nowhere
The Star Princess is the largest cruise ship to ever visit the Los Angeles harbor. The Star Princess is the sister ship to the Grand Princess and the Golden Princess. One...read more
49 3 Mexican Riviera
P ros - Plenty of deck chairs, pools, got to embarkation around 2, only took 15 minutes, disembarkation was a breeze, no waiting. The ship was sold out. You can have your room...read more
n/a 9 Mexican Riviera
As most know, this ship is HUGE! What impressed us the most was that you never felt "crowded" at any times. They designed the ship and passenger flow very well. I have...read more
35 3 Cruise to Nowhere1 users found this review helpful.
I have cruised on the Grand Princess before 1 year ago for New Year's Eve; it was nice to know that a big cruise ship will be stationed from San Pedro without having to travel very far by plane. I...read more