Alaska: Kirkland Signature™ Denali Explorer Cruisetour - Tour #26N

Princess Cruises

Alaska Cruisetours are the ultimate Alaska experience – a vacation combining an unforgettable 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise with an Alaska land experience. Two of the state's top attractions are included – pristine Glacier Bay National Park and picturesque Denali National Park, home to North America's tallest peak. On land, you'll stay at exclusive Princess Wilderness Lodges near legendary national parks and most Alaska Cruisetour itineraries include exclusive Princess Alaska rail service, giving you yet another way to see the wonders of the Great Land! Sail seven nights from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Whittier (Alaska), then explore the interior of Alaska for five nights as you visit Mt. McKinley, Denali and Fairbanks.

Included Extras

  • Receive exclusive Costco member rates*

  • Direct-to-the-Wilderness rail service to Mt. McKinley

  • Included Natural History Tour into Denali National Park

  • Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise on the Chena River

Executive Member Benefit

  • Executive Members earn an annual 2% Reward on Costco Travel purchases

Costco Shop Card

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Sailing Itinerary

Note: Cruise itineraries are subject to change. Please verify ports and times directly with the cruise line.

Day 1Port of Call VancouverDeparture 4:30pm

Overview

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and also has thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Vancouver Art Gallery is known for its works by regional artists, while the Museum of Anthropology houses preeminent First Nations collections.

Day 2 Cruising
Day 3Port of Call Icy Strait Arrival 1:00pmDeparture 10:00pm

Overview

Humpback whales feed in Icy Strait above North Chichagof Island, an important travel corridor for many marine mammals, including federally threatened Steller's sea lions. The area's coastal marshes and mudflats are important as resting areas for shorebirds and waterfowl, and provide spring feeding areas for brown bears. Marbled murrelets feed in large numbers within the waters of Icy Strait and nest in the island's coastal old growth forest.

Day 4Port of Call Juneau Arrival 8:00amDeparture 9:00pm

Overview

Considered the "gem" of Southeast Alaska, the city is nestled against the ocean, tucked tight against the mountains and back-dropped by the lush green of the largest national forest in the United States, the Tongass. Visitors will find that Juneau is not only the state's capital, but it's also a melting pot of history, unique topography and jaw-dropping scenery that is found nowhere else on the planet. Whether it's wildlife viewing, glacier trekking, ziplining or just shopping for locally created artwork, visitors to this remote yet extraordinary region will certainly find a bit of "Alaska" to take home.

Day 5Port of Call Skagway Arrival 7:00amDeparture 8:30pm

Overview

Skagway, with a population of 862, is located in the Upper Lynn Canal at the northernmost point on the Inside Passage in Southeast Alaska, 100 air miles north of Juneau and 110 road miles south of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. The City of Skagway is geographically the largest city in Alaska with 455 square land miles. Skagway's history and spectacular natural setting combine to create unparalleled sightseeing and recreation opportunities. Poke around on your own, or select from a variety of commercial tours. Either way, you will be amply rewarded with the sights and activities in and around Skagway.

Day 6Port of Call Glacier Bay Arrival 6:00amDeparture 3:00pm

Overview

It grinds, cracks and moans as massive pieces of ice split off and crash down. This is not your automatic icemaker on the blink. This is Glacier Bay doing what it's been doing for two centuries. The bay, once covered by sheets of glacial ice, is now a bay revealed. As the glaciers continue to recede, the bay enlarges. Back in 1879, naturalist John Muir was the first to note the glacial movement. Comparing charts from European explorers made 85 years earlier, he determined that the glacial ice had receded by more than 30 miles. Designated a National Park in 1910, today Glacier Bay is a 3.3 million-acre expanse that was buried under a mile-wide wall of ice only 200 years ago. Its natural environment includes five major land ecosystems including wet tundra, coastal western hemlock and spruce forest, alpine tundra, glaciers and icefields, and post-glacial meadows. Each week, dozens of ships traveling the Inside Passage spend the day cruising the 65-mile long bay. As each ship arrives, a National Park Service ranger boards the cruise vessel to provide a running commentary of the treeless mountains, icy fjords, hidden inlets and glacial landscapes as the ship passes by. Glacier Bay isn't just about ice. The ranger will also point out the killer and gray whales, sea otters, porpoises, moose, coyotes, wolves and bears visible in the sea or on the land. Leave your ice pick at home. But don't forget your binoculars.

Day 7Port of Call College Fjord Arrival 6:00pmDeparture 8:30pm

Overview

College Fjord, which branches off of Prince William Sound, plunges into the heart of the Chugach Mountains. As the name suggests, the glaciers along the fjord are generally named after East Coast Ivy League colleges. Baltimore Glacier flows from the northwest into Harvard Glacier, at the end of the fjord. Note how the medial at the center of Baltimore Glacier is picked up by Harvard Glacier and carried to the sea. Dominating the terminus of College Fjord is Harvard Glacier, a tidewater glacier noted for its very active calving. While more than 90 percent of all glaciers in Alaska are retreating, Harvard Glacier is slowly advancing. Notice the harbor seals resting on the ice. Glaciers calve with a sharp boom that sounds similar to a massive detonation of high explosives, followed by a roar as thousands of tons of ice plunge into the sea.

Day 8Port of Call Whittier Arrival 12:30am

Overview

Whittier is a city at the head of the Passage Canal in the U.S. state of Alaska, about 58 miles southeast of Anchorage. The city is within the Valdez–Cordova Census Area.

Day 8Mount McKinley Princess Lodge

Overview

From the moment you arrive at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge you know you're somewhere special. Bordering the south side of Denali National Park on the banks of the Chulitna River, this Lodge is a true wilderness retreat. RELAX IN STYLE Each of the bungalow-style guest rooms is nestled peacefully in this wilderness getaway. Relax in comfort and style in rooms with one king, or two double beds, lofty, nine-foot ceilings with fans, a sitting area, a television and a telephone. In addition, each of our suites features a sitting room, bedroom, wet bar, and jacuzzi bath -- the perfect choice to make any occasion extra special. "THE GREAT ONE" In the main lodge there's a room so spectacular we've named it The Great Room. An irresistible haven with an impressive stone fireplace, The Great Room features cozy sitting areas, tables for card and board games, and enormous floor-to-ceiling windows that look out upon majestic Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range -- with one of the most inspirational views of The Mountain found anywhere. OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Experience our serene surroundings from the comfort of the Lodge or venture outdoors to explore the wilderness. To assist you, we have a Tour Desk staffed with Princess professionals who are available to help you get an insider's look at this special part of Alaska. A variety of exciting outdoor adventures await you including fishing tours, river rafting, a jetboat safari and even a thrilling flight that takes you to the base of Mt. McKinley. FINE FOOD, FABULOUS VIEW Anytime you travel with Princess, you're sure to sample outstanding cuisine in remarkable settings. The Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge carries on that tradition with a dining experience for every taste. Enjoy sophisticated cuisine and panoramic views in the Mountain View Restaurant or casual fare in the Cub Café. Choose appetizers and your favorite refreshment in Grizzly's Bar or while relaxing on the outdoor terrace. At Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge we cater to your every mood.

Day 9Mount McKinley Princess Lodge

Overview

From the moment you arrive at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge you know you're somewhere special. Bordering the south side of Denali National Park on the banks of the Chulitna River, this Lodge is a true wilderness retreat. RELAX IN STYLE Each of the bungalow-style guest rooms is nestled peacefully in this wilderness getaway. Relax in comfort and style in rooms with one king, or two double beds, lofty, nine-foot ceilings with fans, a sitting area, a television and a telephone. In addition, each of our suites features a sitting room, bedroom, wet bar, and jacuzzi bath -- the perfect choice to make any occasion extra special. "THE GREAT ONE" In the main lodge there's a room so spectacular we've named it The Great Room. An irresistible haven with an impressive stone fireplace, The Great Room features cozy sitting areas, tables for card and board games, and enormous floor-to-ceiling windows that look out upon majestic Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range -- with one of the most inspirational views of The Mountain found anywhere. OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Experience our serene surroundings from the comfort of the Lodge or venture outdoors to explore the wilderness. To assist you, we have a Tour Desk staffed with Princess professionals who are available to help you get an insider's look at this special part of Alaska. A variety of exciting outdoor adventures await you including fishing tours, river rafting, a jetboat safari and even a thrilling flight that takes you to the base of Mt. McKinley. FINE FOOD, FABULOUS VIEW Anytime you travel with Princess, you're sure to sample outstanding cuisine in remarkable settings. The Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge carries on that tradition with a dining experience for every taste. Enjoy sophisticated cuisine and panoramic views in the Mountain View Restaurant or casual fare in the Cub Café. Choose appetizers and your favorite refreshment in Grizzly's Bar or while relaxing on the outdoor terrace. At Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge we cater to your every mood.

Day 10Denali Princess Lodge

Overview

Located only one mile from the Park entrance, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the premium riverside accommodation in the Denali area. An expansive deck overlooks Denali National Park and the Nenana River - the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends and savor the exquisite landscape. The Denali Princess Lodge features a luxurious lobby, extensive viewing deck with hot tubs, and a highly rated dining experience on the bluff above the Nenana River, looking out towards Denali National Park. All Park tours and activities depart from the Denali Princess Lodge. In addition to fine dining, there are also casual dining options and an entertaining dinner theater performance each evening. Whether you are visiting in spring, summer or fall, the Denali Princess Lodge offers exceptional quality and value.

Day 11Denali Princess Lodge

Overview

Located only one mile from the Park entrance, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the premium riverside accommodation in the Denali area. An expansive deck overlooks Denali National Park and the Nenana River - the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends and savor the exquisite landscape. The Denali Princess Lodge features a luxurious lobby, extensive viewing deck with hot tubs, and a highly rated dining experience on the bluff above the Nenana River, looking out towards Denali National Park. All Park tours and activities depart from the Denali Princess Lodge. In addition to fine dining, there are also casual dining options and an entertaining dinner theater performance each evening. Whether you are visiting in spring, summer or fall, the Denali Princess Lodge offers exceptional quality and value.

Day 12Fairbanks

Overview

If the story of the founding of Fairbanks had happened anywhere else, it wouldn't be told so proudly, for the city's father was a swindler, and its undignified birth contained an element of chance not usually admitted in polite society. As the popular story goes (and the historians' version is fairly close), it seems that in 1901, E. T. Barnette decided to get rich by starting a gold-mining boomtown like the others that had sprouted from Dawson City to Nome as the stampeders of 1898 sloshed back and forth across the territory from one gold find to the next. He booked passage on a riverboat going up the Tanana with his supplies to build the town, having made an understanding with the captain that, should the vessel get stuck, he would lighten the load by getting off with the materials on the nearest bank. Unfortunately, the captain got lost. Thinking he was heading up a slough on the Tanana, he got sidetracked into the relatively small Chena River. That was where the boat got stuck and where Barnette got left, and that was where he founded Fairbanks. Fortunately for Barnette, an Italian prospector named Felix Pedro had been looking for gold in the hills around the new trading post, and made a strike on the Tanana. On that news, Barnette dispatched his Chinese cook off to Dawson City to spread the word. The cook's story showed up in a newspaper that winter, and a stampede of hundreds of miners ensued, heading toward Fairbanks in weather as cold as -50°F. Barnette's town was a success, but the cook nearly got lynched when the stampeders found out how far he'd exaggerated the truth. Much more gold was found later, however, and half the population of Dawson City came down river to Fairbanks. Barnette had made it big. The town's future was assured thanks to a political deal. Barnette did a favor for the territory's judge, James Wickersham, by naming the settlement for Wickersham's ally in Congress, Sen. Charles Fairbanks of Indiana, who later became vice president. Wickersham then moved the federal courthouse to Fairbanks from Eagle--he loaded his records on his dogsled and mushed here, establishing the camp as the hub of the region. Wickersham's story is interesting, too. He was a notable explorer, Alaska's first real statesman as a nonvoting delegate to Congress, and father of the Alaska Railroad. Houses he lived in are preserved at Alaskaland in Fairbanks and in Juneau just up the hill from the capitol building. Barnette didn't do as well in history's eyes: He was run out of the town he founded for bank fraud. Fairbanks is Alaska's second-largest city now, with a population of about 30,000 in the city limits and 82,000 in the greater metropolitan area, but it has never learned to put on airs. It sprawls, broad and flat, along big highways and the Chena. It's a friendly, easygoing town, but one where people still take gold and their independence seriously. They're still prospecting and mining for gold around here, fighting off environmental regulation, and maintaining a traditional Alaskan attitude that it's us against the world. Fairbanks is the birthplace of strange political movements, including the secessionist Alaskan Independence Party. It's an adamant, loopy, affable place; it doesn't seem to mind being a little bizarre or residing far from the center of things. And that makes it an intensely Alaska city, for those are the qualities Alaskans most cherish in their myth of themselves. Fairbanks can strike a visitor a couple of ways, depending on what you expect and what you like. Fairbanks can come across as a provincial outpost, a touristy cross between Kansas and Siberia. Driving one of the franchise-choked commercial strips, you can wonder why you went out of your way to come here, and the deserted downtown area can be downright depressing. Or you can relax and take Fairbanks on its own terms, as a fun, unpretentious town that never lost its sense of being on the frontier. My children love it here. There's plenty for families to do in Fairbanks, much of it at least a little corny and requiring drives to widespread sites at the university, on the Chena River, in the gold mining area north of town, and at a big town park called Alaskaland. (You must have wheels in Fairbanks.) There are good opportunities for hiking and mountain biking, and great opportunities for canoeing and slow river float trips.

Day 13Fairbanks

Overview

If the story of the founding of Fairbanks had happened anywhere else, it wouldn't be told so proudly, for the city's father was a swindler, and its undignified birth contained an element of chance not usually admitted in polite society. As the popular story goes (and the historians' version is fairly close), it seems that in 1901, E. T. Barnette decided to get rich by starting a gold-mining boomtown like the others that had sprouted from Dawson City to Nome as the stampeders of 1898 sloshed back and forth across the territory from one gold find to the next. He booked passage on a riverboat going up the Tanana with his supplies to build the town, having made an understanding with the captain that, should the vessel get stuck, he would lighten the load by getting off with the materials on the nearest bank. Unfortunately, the captain got lost. Thinking he was heading up a slough on the Tanana, he got sidetracked into the relatively small Chena River. That was where the boat got stuck and where Barnette got left, and that was where he founded Fairbanks. Fortunately for Barnette, an Italian prospector named Felix Pedro had been looking for gold in the hills around the new trading post, and made a strike on the Tanana. On that news, Barnette dispatched his Chinese cook off to Dawson City to spread the word. The cook's story showed up in a newspaper that winter, and a stampede of hundreds of miners ensued, heading toward Fairbanks in weather as cold as -50°F. Barnette's town was a success, but the cook nearly got lynched when the stampeders found out how far he'd exaggerated the truth. Much more gold was found later, however, and half the population of Dawson City came down river to Fairbanks. Barnette had made it big. The town's future was assured thanks to a political deal. Barnette did a favor for the territory's judge, James Wickersham, by naming the settlement for Wickersham's ally in Congress, Sen. Charles Fairbanks of Indiana, who later became vice president. Wickersham then moved the federal courthouse to Fairbanks from Eagle--he loaded his records on his dogsled and mushed here, establishing the camp as the hub of the region. Wickersham's story is interesting, too. He was a notable explorer, Alaska's first real statesman as a nonvoting delegate to Congress, and father of the Alaska Railroad. Houses he lived in are preserved at Alaskaland in Fairbanks and in Juneau just up the hill from the capitol building. Barnette didn't do as well in history's eyes: He was run out of the town he founded for bank fraud. Fairbanks is Alaska's second-largest city now, with a population of about 30,000 in the city limits and 82,000 in the greater metropolitan area, but it has never learned to put on airs. It sprawls, broad and flat, along big highways and the Chena. It's a friendly, easygoing town, but one where people still take gold and their independence seriously. They're still prospecting and mining for gold around here, fighting off environmental regulation, and maintaining a traditional Alaskan attitude that it's us against the world. Fairbanks is the birthplace of strange political movements, including the secessionist Alaskan Independence Party. It's an adamant, loopy, affable place; it doesn't seem to mind being a little bizarre or residing far from the center of things. And that makes it an intensely Alaska city, for those are the qualities Alaskans most cherish in their myth of themselves. Fairbanks can strike a visitor a couple of ways, depending on what you expect and what you like. Fairbanks can come across as a provincial outpost, a touristy cross between Kansas and Siberia. Driving one of the franchise-choked commercial strips, you can wonder why you went out of your way to come here, and the deserted downtown area can be downright depressing. Or you can relax and take Fairbanks on its own terms, as a fun, unpretentious town that never lost its sense of being on the frontier. My children love it here. There's plenty for families to do in Fairbanks, much of it at least a little corny and requiring drives to widespread sites at the university, on the Chena River, in the gold mining area north of town, and at a big town park called Alaskaland. (You must have wheels in Fairbanks.) There are good opportunities for hiking and mountain biking, and great opportunities for canoeing and slow river float trips.

Tour Highlights

Day 8 Whittier/Mt. McKinley

Step off your ship into a waiting railcar for an exclusive Direct-to-the-Wilderness® rail service to the Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge® for a 2-night retreat. Here you'll settle in with Denali never far from view. Take in the sensational views with a glass of wine in the great room or on the expansive deck.

Day 9 Mt. McKinley

You have a full day to plan however you choose. Stop by the Tour Desk for a variety of optional excursions (additional fees apply). Walk the nature trails around the lodge or sit and gaze at the majesty of "The Great One" from the lodge's treehouse, designed and built by Pete Nelson of Animal Planet's Treehouse Masters.

Day 10 Mt. McKinley/Denali

Enjoy a scenic motor coach drive to the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge®, located just outside the national park entrance. Check in with the Guest Service Desk for help in planning your own Denali adventure (additional fees apply). Or you may enjoy the spectacular main lodge, river view deck, and Princess Village with the popular Christmas cottage and sugar shack. Be sure to check out Fannie Q's Saloon, named after a famed local homesteader, or sit outside at a fireside patio.

Day 11 Denali

Start your morning with a quick stop at Fannie Q's saloon for a hearty buffet breakfast. Explore Denali National Park on a Natural History Tour, watching for glimpses of Denali as well as Denali's "Big Five"; moose, caribou, bears, wolves and Dall sheep. Later today, you may want to simply relax with a glass of wine on the deck overlooking the Nenana River.

Day 12 Denali/Fairbanks

You'll have the morning to relax, then travel by scenic motor coach to Fairbanks. This afternoon, take a Riverboat Cruise down the Chena River. You'll get to experience Gold Rush history, Native culture and colorful Alaska lifestyle of bush pilots, dog sledders and Native artisans.

Day 13 Fairbanks

Your memorable vacation ends this morning in Fairbanks.

Onboard the Coral Princess

Ship Rating

3.5 of 5 stars

Costco Member Rating:
4.4/5 (1247 Ratings)

Coral Princess® offers 90% ocean-view staterooms - with over 700 balconies and a wrap-around Promenade Deck. The ship features an array of dining options, such as the Bayou Cafe & Steakhouse, as well as a European-themed casino and Crooners martini bar.

Onboard Activities

Activities & Services (included in cruise)

Theater

  • Card Room
  • Casino
  • Disco/Nightclub
  • Game Arcade
  • Movies Under the Stars®
  • Theater/Show Lounge
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna/Steam Room
  • Miniature Golf
  • Pool - Outdoor
  • Sports Facilities
  • Whirlpool/Jacuzzi
  • Bars/Lounges
  • Internet Center
  • Library
  • Children's Indoor Play Area
  • Children's Outdoor Play Area
  • Organized Age Specific Activities
  • Teen Center or Disco
  • Teen Programs
  • Business Center
  • Duty-Free Shops/Boutiques
  • Elevators
  • Infirmary/Medical Center
  • Religious Services
  • Self-Service Laundromat
  • Wedding/Vow Renewal

Activities & Services (available for an extra fee)

Full-Service Spa

  • Beauty Salon
  • Full-Service Spa
  • Spa Services/Massage
  • Babysitting
  • Dry Cleaning/ Laundry Service

Costco Travel makes every effort to verify the accuracy of all information provided. Additional fees for amenities or services may be charged by the cruise line. Amenities or services may be discontinued or revised by the cruise line without notice. Staterooms designated as wheelchair-accessible do not necessarily meet ADA requirements. Costco Travel is not responsible for inaccuracies or provider modifications.

Dining

Dining Room

Main Dining

Provence Dining Room: At the time of booking, you may request your dining preference (seating time and table size), which will be assigned for the duration of the cruise. Table assignments are confirmed by the cruise line based on availability.

Bordeaux Dining Room: This open seating option allows you to choose when and with whom you dine. On certain ships, open seating is only offered for breakfast and lunch.

Sabatini's

Specialty Dining

Sabatini's Italian Trattoria: A new menu features handmade pasta dishes from Chef Angelo Auriana of renowned L.A. restaurants The Factory Kitchen and Officine BRERA, plus treasured family recipes from Italian chefs across the fleet. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Bayou Café & Steakhouse: Experience the first New Orleans-style restaurant at sea, featuring Creole and Cajun traditional cuisine, such as jambalaya, etouffee and crawfish gumbo. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Chef's Table Experience: Taking dining to a new level, the Chef’s Table Experience includes pre-dinner cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the galley for you and a limited number of fellow guests. After your executive chef describes the specially designed menu for the night, participants are escorted to an intimate table for the main course, including pairing suggestions. This restaurant is available for an additional cost. Limited capacity, reservations required.

Crab Shack: Seafood lovers won’t want to miss this pop-up restaurant that includes your choice of favorites like a classic crawfish boil, steamed crab, Cajun-style shrimp, mussels and clams. This pop-up dining experience is only offered on select evenings during a voyage. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Ultimate Balcony Dining℠: Upscale dining for breakfast or dinner, featuring delicious delicacies and private service, all on your own balcony. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Princess Pizzeria

Casual Dining

Horizon Court: 24-hour casual buffet dining.

International Café: Open 24-hours a day, the International Café located in the Piazza is the place for an ever-changing array of small bite meals, treats and gourmet beverages. Grab a freshly baked croissant to start your day, snack on pies and quiche or choose from a wide variety of salads and sandwiches at lunchtime, and indulge in decadent desserts in the evening. Coffee and tea fans will love the New Grounds Crafted Coffee menu featuring a variety of specialty espresso-based drinks made from a custom blend of coffee beans, as well as iced tea fusions. This restaurant is available for an additional cost.

Princess Pizzeria: Poolside pizzeria serving fresh pizza by the slice.

The Bar and Grill: Follow your nose to where the burgers are flipping and the hot dogs roasting, served with a variety of fixin’s and crisp fries. Veggie burgers, bratwurst and grilled chicken breast are also served and all are sure to hit the spot when you are relaxing out on deck.

Afternoon Tea: Afternoon tea with finger sandwiches, pastries, scones, cookies, music and white-glove service.

Room Service: Complimentary 24-hour dining in the comfort of your stateroom.


Times, costs and other specifics are outside the control of Costco Travel. All information is at the sole discretion of the cruise line and is subject to change without notice. Dining time and table size preferences are submitted to the cruise line on a first-come, first-served request basis and are confirmed aboard ship. Questions, concerns and/or special needs regarding dining arrangements must be addressed with the maitre d' hotel aboard ship. Every effort is made to accommodate travelers' preferences; however, Costco Travel cannot guarantee dining arrangements. In specialty restaurants, space is limited and reservations are recommended. A cover charge and dress code may apply.

Staterooms

Affordable staterooms feature twin beds that make up into a queen, refrigerator, spacious closet and a bathroom with shower.

Interior (Category: IA)

Category: IA
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Interior (Category: IB)

Category: IB
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Interior (Category: IC)

Category: IC
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Interior (Category: ID)

Category: ID
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Interior (Category: IE)

Category: IE
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Interior (Category: IF)

Category: IF
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; TV; Refrigerator; 156-166 sq.ft.

Nicely-appointed staterooms feature a picture window and bathroom with shower.

Premium Oceanview (Category: O5)

Category: O5

Premium Oceanview (Category: O6)

Category: O6

Oceanview (Category: OB)

Category: OB
Spacious closet; Writing desk; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Picture window; TV; Refrigerator; 162-212 sq.ft.

Oceanview (Category: OC)

Category: OC
Spacious closet; Writing desk; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Picture window; TV; Refrigerator; 162-212 sq.ft.

Oceanview (Category: OD)

Category: OD
Spacious closet; Writing desk; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Picture window; TV; Refrigerator; 162-212 sq.ft.

Oceanview (Category: OE)

Category: OE
Spacious closet; Writing desk; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Picture window; TV; Refrigerator; 162-212 sq.ft.

Oceanview (obstructed view) (Category: OV)

Category: OV
All amenities of an interior stateroom; Picture window; Partially or fully obstructed view with natural light

Oceanview (obstructed view) (Category: OW)

Category: OW
All amenities of an interior stateroom; Picture window; Partially or fully obstructed view with natural light

Oceanview (obstructed view) (Category: OY)

Category: OY
All amenities of an interior stateroom; Picture window; Partially or fully obstructed view with natural light

Oceanview (obstructed view) (Category: OZ)

Category: OZ
All amenities of an interior stateroom; Picture window; Partially or fully obstructed view with natural light

Staterooms feature a private balcony, siting area with desk, spacious walk-in closet and bathroom with shower.

Premium Balcony (Category: B1)

Category: B1
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Premium Balcony (Category: B2)

Category: B2
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BA)

Category: BA
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BB)

Category: BB
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BC)

Category: BC
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BD)

Category: BD
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BE)

Category: BE
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (Category: BF)

Category: BF
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (obstructed view) (Category: BY)

Category: BY
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Balcony (obstructed view) (Category: BZ)

Category: BZ
Sitting area with desk; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Balcony; TV; Refrigerator; Total area: 217-248 sq.ft.

Features separate sitting area with sofa bed and desk, refrigerator, some with wet bar, bathroom and balcony or window.

Premium Club Class Mini-Suite with Balcony (Category: M1)

Category: M1

Mini-Suite with Balcony (Category: MB)

Category: MB
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Balcony; Two TVs; Refrigerator; Total area: 280-302 sq.ft.

Mini-Suite with Balcony (Category: MD)

Category: MD
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Balcony; Two TVs; Refrigerator; Total area: 280-302 sq.ft.

Mini-Suite with Balcony (Category: ME)

Category: ME
Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Spacious closet; Bathroom with shower; Balcony; Two TVs; Refrigerator; Total area: 280-302 sq.ft.

Mini-Suite without Balcony (Category: MY)

Category: MY
Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Wet bar; Walk-in closet; Bathroom with tub and shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Window; Two TVs; Refrigerator; 280-302 sq.ft.

Premium Suite with Balcony (Category: S5)

Category: S5
Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Wet bar; Walk-in closet; Bathroom with tub and shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Two TVs; Refrigerator; Total area: 470 sq.ft.

Vista Suite with Balcony (Category: S6)

Category: S6
Separate sitting area with sofa bed; Wet bar; Walk-in closet; Bathroom with tub and shower; Twin beds convertible into queen-size bed; Two TVs; Refrigerator; Total area: 470 sq.ft.

Deck Plan

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Sports Deck
Key to Symbols
SymbolDescription
Will accommodate third personWill accommodate third person
Will accommodate a rollawayWill accommodate a rollaway
Will accommodate third and fourth personWill accommodate third and fourth person
Connecting stateroomsConnecting staterooms
Wheelchair-accessible stateroom; roll-in shower onlyWheelchair-accessible stateroom; roll-in shower only
Ambulatory accessible stateroom, accessible features may include grab bars and/or fold down shower seatsAmbulatory accessible stateroom, accessible features may include grab bars and/or fold down shower seats

Ship Facts

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  • Ship Name: Coral Princess
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Year Refurbished: 2019
  • Year Entered Present Fleet: 2003
  • Ship Class: Coral
  • Maximum Capacity: 2,586
  • Number of Passenger Decks: 16
  • Number of Crew: 895
  • Officers' Nationality: British/Italian
  • Ocean-View without Balcony: 157
  • Ocean-View with Balcony: 527
  • Total Inside Staterooms: 108
  • Tonnage (GRT): 91,627
  • Capacity Based on Double Occupancy: 2,000
  • Country of Registry: Bermuda
  • Total Staterooms: 1,000
  • Suites with Balcony: 208
  • Crew/Hotel Staff Nationality: International
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