Pacific Princess has been in the Princess Cruises fleet since 2002
Princess Cruises is to sell Pacific Princess to an undisclosed buyer as part of parent company Carnival Corporation’s strategy to accelerate the removal of less efficient ships from its fleet.
The 670-guest ship, which originally debuted as R3 in the Renaissance Cruises fleet, joined Princess Cruises in 2002. Since then, it has sailed more than 1.6 million nautical miles on various itineraries, including 11 world cruises.
“Pacific Princess holds so many memories and cherished experiences to all who sailed upon her,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president. “Pacific Princess offered a traditional style of cruising to unique destinations. While it’s difficult to say goodbye to our ‘Love Boat,’ our world cruise and exotic itineraries continue onboard our Medallion Class-enabled Island Princess and Coral Princess, featuring the best wi-fi at sea, allowing guests to keep in touch with loved ones and share memories along the way.”
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