Sapphire Princess Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

 

Sapphire Princess Overview

Length Overall952 Feet(290 meters)
Under Flag ofBermuda
Built ByMitsubishi Heavy Industries
Width (Beam)157 feet(48 meters)
Tonnage115875 Gross Ton
Year Built2004
Cost to Build at Time$400,000,000
Owner and/or Operated byCarnival Corporation & PLC
Speed in Knots/mph22 knots, 25 mph
Number of Passengers2678 – 3214
Number of Crew1100
Decks16
Decks with Cabins7
Last Refurbishment2017

The Sapphire Princess took cruise ships to an entirely different level and not just due to their luxury cruise style and onboard activities. The Sapphire actually made waves over its unique power plant that propelled the ship. A diesel-electric, gas-turbine hybrid that was design specifically to provide a cleaner-energy ship in the environments. The ship functions in remote parts of Alaska.

Sapphire Princess

The ship features a variety of design themes throughout the public spaces, giving every room a new ambiance. The Wheelhouse Bar offers an Old World feel, with nautical decor, cozy leather couches, and oversize chairs. The Explorer’s Lounge gives a more exotic blend. Featuring decor center around an African or Middle Eastern theme. While, the main portions of the public spaces encompass a more West Coast look and feel.

Departure and Destination Information

Carnival Sapphire Princess:

The Carnival Sapphire Princess is owned by Carnival Corporation & PLC.

Carnival Corporation & PLC is a cruise line company established in Santa Clarita CA in the U.S and currently is based in Bermuda.

The Carnival Sapphire Princess cruises from Singapore and China. This ship typically cruises to port destinations including Bali, Penang, Langkawi, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Saigon, Nha Trang, Phuket, Ko Samui, Bangkok, Sihanoukville.

The ship sails under the flag of Bermuda.

 

 

 

 

 

Amenities

Two large-scale swimming pools flank the ship. One encased in a conservatory-type glass roof for inclement weather while the other is a tiered pool located directly at the front of the ship overlooking the open seas.

While expansive in size, the ship manages to keep an intimate feel. It offers many semi-private areas for guests to get away from it all. Places such as the Wake View Bar and the Internet Cafe give guest a hideaway from the bustling decks of the ship’s upper areas. Children also have their own sacred space with overly-equip playrooms with age-appropriate entertainment. Making the Sapphire a perfect choice for a family cruise.

Staterooms

California-inspired decor in the staterooms gives voyagers a calming place to unwind at the end of the day. Earth tones and light woods give a harmonious, tranquil ambiance to the private rooms in comparison to the brightly colored, boisterous public spaces. When combine with the ample square footage, the staterooms offer a luxury cruise feel to the Sapphire Princess.

If you are looking for luxury, family-friendly activities, and a touch of class, book a cruise aboard the Sapphire Princess.

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