Princess Cruises offers a new all-inclusive option
Princess Cruises has launched a new “premium all-inclusive” option, the Caribbean Journal has learned.
It’s called Princess Premier, and it’s a “premium extra” that includes Wi-Fi for up to four devices, premium and premium drinks, specialty dining, and gratuities for the crew.
This is as well as a new selection of wines by the glass, cocktails up to $18 and even digital downloads of all the photos taken by the personnel on board.
The company says it’s a follow-up to its popular “Princess Plus” option.
More cruise lines are embracing all-inclusive programs as the concept grows in popularity with travelers both on land and at sea.
“Guests have overwhelmingly embraced the convenience and value offered by Princess Plus, so we’re adding Princess Premier to take our options for inclusivity to the next level,” said John Padgett, President of Princess Cruises. “Princess Premier is our most inclusive package, offering guests sought-after onboard amenities at an incredible value. Whether a guest prefers a self-contained cruise purchase or an all-inclusive vacation, Princess has hassle-free options for everyone. Each option is intended to offer great value.