Sea Princess (Princess Cruises)


Sea Princess is the third of three Sun-class ships ordered by Princess Cruises. She completes the fleet of Sun-class ships ordered by Princess Cruises between 1995-1998.

She primarily operates out of ports of Australia and regularly performs circumnavigations of New Zealand and occasional cruises to Whitsundays and Vanuatu with her two sister ships (Sun Princess and Dawn Princess) her popularity with Australians has led to Princess Cruises keeping her in the Australian market year after year.


During 2003-2005 Sea Princess was transferred to sister brand P&O Cruises and renamed Adonia. She was returned in 2005 and her old name Sea Princess was revived.

Ship info

Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Status: In service
Ship size: Mid-size ship
Ship class: Sun
Sister ships: None
Passengers: 2,016
Staterooms: 1,008
Total crew: 910
Ship length: 261.3 m
Ship beam: 32.3 m
Ship draft: 8.1 m
Tonnage: 77,499
No. of decks: 10
Elevators: 11
Service speed: 22.4 knots
Onboard currency: US Dollar
Registry port: Hamilton (Bermuda)
IMO number: 9150913
Call sign: ZCBU3

Build details

Shipyard: Fincantieri Monfalcone
Build date: 1998
Build cost: $300 million USD
Entered service: October 2015


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