It’s not very often that Princess Cruises have ships visiting the Canary Islands, in fact it’s only once a year!
As it’s such a rare occurrence, and an opportunity to take a no fly cruise from Southampton, we’ve highlighted the next two Princess Cruises to the Canary Islands below.
Both the Sapphire Princess and Crown Princess features cuisine designed by Chef Curtis Stone, plus chocolate creations from master chocolatier Norman Love. Passengers can choose either traditional cruise dining with early or late seating, to dine at the same time each evening with other guests. Or select anytime dining for the freedom to dine at leisure between 17:30-22:00 where you have the option to dine alone or be seated with other guests. Reserve a table at one of the speciality restaurants for a special occasion, or just because you’re worth it!
Princess Cruises – Sapphire Princess – October 2019 – from £949pp
8th October 2019
Itinerary: London (Southampton), England | Vigo, Spain (for Santiago de Compostela) | Madeira (Funchal), Portugal | Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain | Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), Canary Islands | Lanzarote (Arrecife), Canary Islands | London (Southampton), England
Inside Cabins from £949pp
The interior staterooms range from 168-182 sq. ft. with twin beds that can convert to a queen size bed depending on your cabin configuration. Selected cabins have pullman beds to accommodate up to 4 passengers.
Oceanview Cabins from £1,099pp (obstructed view)
The oceanview staterooms range from 183-194 sq. ft. with a picture window to enjoy your surroundings. As per the interior in selected cabins the twin beds can be converted to a queen, and pullmans available for up to 2 more passengers.
Amenities in both of the staterooms mentioned include private bathroom with shower and toiletries, 100% Egyptian cotton linen, Satellite TV, fridge, hair dryer and safe. The electric is USA plug fittings and 110V. Princess Cruises have a daily housekeeping service and nightly turn down service.
Sapphire Princess Statistics
Refurbished Mar 2018
Guest Cabins: 1,337 (over 700 balconies)
Number of Decks: 18
Length: 952 feet
Height: 205 feet
Sapphire Princess Dining
Restaurant options include Alfredo’s Pizzeria, Horizon Court, Trident Grill, Sabatini’s, Sterling Steakhouse and Vines. Book the Chef’s Table Experience or room with a view for private dining on your own balcony. There is also 24 hour room service if you just want to chill out in your personal space.
Princess Cruises – Crown Princess – September 2020 – from £1099pp
26th September 2020
Itinerary: London (Southampton), England | Gran Canaria (Las Palmas), Canary Islands | Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain | Lanzarote (Arrecife), Canary Islands | Madeira (Funchal), Portugal | Vigo, Spain (for Santiago de Compostela) | London (Southampton), England
The Crown Princess balcony staterooms are sized from 214 to 222 sq. ft. with a queen or twin beds, select cabins can accommodate up to 4 passengers. The floor to ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your private balcony furnished with 2 chairs and a table.
The oceanview staterooms are sized from 146 to 206 sq. ft. featuring either a picture window or porthole. Again select cabins can accommodate up to 4 passengers, and queen or twin beds available.
The interior staterooms are the most affordable options for budget conscious travellers. Sized from 158 to 162 sq. ft. these are available with a queen or two twin beds as standard, plus up to 4 passengers accommodated in select cabins.
Crown Princess Statistics
Refurbished Apr 2018
Guest Cabins: 1,541 (almost 900 balconies)
Number of Decks: 19
Length: 952 feet
Height: 195 feet
The Crown Princess is fitted with the OceanMedallion technology, which allows passengers to wear your coin sized key as a pendant, bracelet, sports band or as a clip.
Crown Princess Dining
Restaurant options include Slice Pizzeria, Horizon Court, Salty Dog Gastropub, Crab Shack, Crown Grill, Coffee & Cones, Vines and the International Cafe. Book the Chef’s Table Experience or room with a view for private dining on your own balcony. There is also 24 hour room service if you just want to chill out in your personal space.
Please get in touch if you’d like more information or advice on booking a Princess Cruise to the Canary Islands. Our freephone is 0800 810 8404 or you can send an enquiry below. We’ve personally cruised with Princess Cruises, so have first hand experience of this cruise line.
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