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Majestic PrincessOverview

  • 2017Launch Date
  • 3,560Passengers
  • 1,346Crew
  • 15Decks
    • Has been voted to provide 'Highest Customer Satisfaction'
    • Michelin-star awarded chefs preparing meals on board
    • Offers departures from 5 Australian ports
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Cruises on board Majestic Princess

Launched in 2017, the Majestic Princess is one of the largest ships in the fleet. Step on board and enjoy the shiny new amenities and fresh contemporary design. All the cabins on board the Majestic Princess are spacious, and a grand 80% of them have balconies. Whether you go with a value-for-money Inside Cabin, a Balcony Cabin with spectacular views or a luxurious Suite, you are guaranteed a good night's sleep on the supremely comfortable Princess Luxury Bed.

The Majestic Princess is very well equipped in terms of entertainment: there is the adult-only 'Hollywood Pool Club'; the 'Bullseye' laser shooting range for teenagers and those still young at heart; the Princess trademark 'Movies Under the Stars' for film lovers; Zumba classes for sports enthusiasts and even a bubble tea kiosk...for everyone. There is plenty more that makes the ship special - book and find out for yourself!

Ship Details
Launch Date2017
Refurbishment Year2018
CompanyPrincess Cruises
Length330 metre
Draft8 metre
Speed22 kn

Cabins and Decks

Come aboard the Majestic Princess and discover one of 72 cabin categories on a total of 15 decks that can accommodate 3560 passengers. Choose your dream cabin and feel at home on board the Majestic Princess!

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Life On Board

The Majestic Princess spends the spring-summer season stationed Down Under, providing you with a great opportunity to discover your own backyard and cruise Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. The choice of departure ports is fantastic, the ship sets sail from Sydney, Perth (Fremantle), Brisbane, Adelaide and Auckland. Getaway and spend a couple of days at sea, exploring the facilities on board or go with a longer voyage to visit the Kimberley Coast, Margaret River, Tasmania, the Great Barrier Reef and much more. There is a younger crowd of 30+ couples and families with young kids on board. Although, family-friendly with heaps of entertainment options for the kids, the ship is more adult-oriented.


Stylish interior design, plenty of space, scientifically engineered mattresses and luxurious bedding, a large shower and complimentary room service are just some of the amenities you can count on whatever cabin category you select. Go with the most affordable Inside Cabin and let it be your place to recharge, or book a Balcony Cabin and admire the sunset while sipping on a delicious cocktail in the privacy of your own space. Mini-Suites, Club Class and Suites all come with upgraded features like an exclusive dining area, a bath tub and priorities at embarkation and disembarkation. The ship features a good number of wheelchair-accessible staterooms with suitable facilities, such as a roll-in shower with a fold-down bench seat.

Food & Drink

Personalize your meal times with Dine My Way. Book a table at any onboard restaurant for the time that suits you best, choose your dining companions, set your own meal pace and order drinks poolside. The range of included eateries is wide, check out the Chopsticks Noodle Bar for classic noodle soups and stir fries or go for the World Fresh Marketplace that offers a big well-balanced food selection of sandwiches, soups, meats, pasta and salads. Celebrating or just treating yourself to something special is done in style at one of the specialty restaurants. Try Michelin-starred chef Richard Chen’s Chinese creations at Harmony or the French classics with a modern twist crafted by another Michelin-starred chef, Emmanuel Renaut, at Bistro Sur La Mer.


Wander along the SeaWalk, the first of its kind at sea glass walkway stretching 18m long and 8m beyond the edge of the ship, or enjoy a drink at the SeaView Bar and look down through the glass-panelled floor. Stop by the grand Atrium to watch street performers do their thing or practice your swing on the putting green, splash around in one of the freshwater pools or shoot some hoops at Sports Central. Evenings are reserved for music and dancing. Go with a spectacular Broadway-style musical at the Princess Theatre or watch the breathtaking Watercolour Fantasy Show on the pool deck. Join in on a Deal or No Deal game show, or get mesmerized by world-famous guest entertainers’ acts.

Health & Fitness

Book some ‘me time’ at the Lotus Spa and enjoy one of the numerous rejuvenating treatments on offer. There are aroma therapy massages, facials, detoxifying body wraps and much more to choose from. Make sure you visit the Thermal Suite, it boasts a hydro-therapy pool, therapeutic air jets and three different chambers. Stop by the Fitness Centre and try one of the fitness programmes or classes on offer, try yoga, Pilates or TRX suspension training with the help of professional instructors. Open the door to the Hollywood Conservatory and you’ll be met with serenity. Relax listening to the birds chirping or live musicians playing chilled tunes, play a game of chess and make a wish to go into the Wishing Wall.

Cruising with Children

Enjoy quality time as a family playing sports like volleyball and badminton at the Sports Centre, watching jugglers and acrobats at the Atrium and watching movies under the stars. Living together is made easy with cabins accommodating up to four guests, inter-connecting staterooms in all categories and the most spacious Two Bedroom Family Suites. The kids will have a blast at one of the dedicated clubs that are divided according to age. The 3 to 7-year-olds will love learning magic tricks and baking cupcakes, children aged 8 to 12 can play computer games and take part in friendly sport competitions. Teens have their own space, the Beach House, to hang out, make friends, learn how to dance and more.