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HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF CORNWALL
Cunard Line are delighted to announce that Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, will attend a ceremony to mark the introduction of Cunards new 90,000- ton liner Queen Victoria in Southampton on 10th December 2007 ... More
James Martin Dates onboard Ocean Village
The signature James Martin Restaurant onboard the 2 Ocean Village ships will have their namesake onboard. ... More
Cruise Line catering for different diets
Britain’s favourite cruise line has expanded its dining options to cater for a variety of different diets. ... More
P&O Release World Cruise 2009 Itineraries
On sale on the 1st September P&O have released the information on three ships full world cruises. ... More
BBC Strictly Come Dancing Meets P&O Cruises
Stars of the hits show, Darren Bennett and Lilia Kopylova will be taking to the floor ... More
Island Cruises Launch Caribbean Programme
Island Cruises, the relaxed, friendly and informal cruiseline is delighted to announce they will be offering guests a Winter programme to the Caribbean for the very first time for Winter 2008/2009. ... More
Princess offering a diverse array of Exotic itineraries
Princess offering a diverse array of Exotic itineraries to Hawaii and Tahiti for the new 2008/09 brochure ... More
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Er kids in the children's center, availing themselves of the toys, games and available activities.
Princess guests are typically sophisticated but not stuffy, mostly Americans (on Caribbean routes) who enjoy a quality product in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Many families choose Princess; multi-generational groups (grandparents, kids, grandchildren) enjoy the dining and entertainment options and family programs. During the Caribbean season the average age is mid- to high-40's; on European itineraries, the average age skews higher.
"Smart casual" is the way Princess prefers to label its general dress code, and smart it was on my cruise. Even the pool-wear seemed to exude "smartness" and class. There are two formal nights on a seven-night cruise: lots of beaded gowns for the ladies and tuxes for the men, although cocktail dresses and dark suits are perfectly acceptable. No swimwear, jeans, tank tops or shorts are allowed in the restaurants at dinnertime.
Princess adds $10 per day to each adult's onboard account (half of that for children under 12) as a pre-paid gratuity. Envelopes are available at the Purser's Desk for those wishing to reward individuals and most guests choose to give cash to their attentive room stewards. An automatic 15 percent is added to bar and spa bills. Although not required, it is recommended that gratuities be offered for room service, usually just a dollar or two.
Thank-you for the details of Grand Princess, it will be a glass of wine and a cosy chair to sit and read it, thanks agai.