The Cowsills

Peter Rivera

- Lead Singer of Rare Earth 69/75

Paul Revere's Raiders

Gary Lewis & The Playboys

Charlie Thomas' Drifters

Tom Garrett

- Lead singer of THE CLASSICS IV

J.R. & The Stingrays

The Hitmakers

Video Trivia

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Ship Facts

  • Ships Registry: Burmuda
  • Passenger Capacity: 3,080
  • Crew Members: 1200
  • Gross Tonnage: 113,561grt
  • Length: 951 feet
  • Beam: 195
  • Last Refurbished: December 2015

Your adventure begins the moment you step aboard. With nearly 900 staterooms with balconies, you'll awaken each day to a new horizon. Experience the relaxed ambience onboard and tantalizing cuisine in our elegant dining rooms. Enrich yourself with Discovery at SEA programs and unwind at the The Sanctuary, a tranquil haven reserved for adults.
Indulge your appetite whenever you wish on board Princess. Every hour, our chefs are busy baking, grilling and sauteing great-tasting fare from scratch. Princess offers unparalleled inclusive dining options throughout the ship with a wide range of culinary delights to suit any palate, from endless buffet choice to gourmet pizza, frosty treats, decadent desserts and much more.


Tour the Emerald Princess and see all of her amazing amenities and exciting features.


We offer the deluxe amenities you'd expect from a first class hotel: from 24-hour room service to chocolates on your pillow at night.


View the many features of Emerald Princess which include a wide variety of activities, entertainment, and dining options.
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Dates Inside Obstructed
Oceanview Balcony Mini-Suite
Sept 9-16, 2018
* $95 government taxes and fees additional
** Princess Captains Circle members (past passengers) may qualify for special savings.
Book Now and receive a 50.00 room credit per cabin!

VIP Package

$200 per person Includes:

  • Priority access to the Princess Theater on Deck 6 for Orchestra or Balcony seats
  • Private meet & greet with the artists
  • Priority grouping/access for the autograph session
  • Private meet and greet cocktail party with onboard artists

* Please note –  no wheelchair access

Balcony 1st Row

$300.00 per person


  • VIP Package
  • PLUS reserved Balcony 1st Row

** All seats assigned from center out in booking date order.


$400.00 per person


  • VIP Package
  • PLUS reserved seat in Mezzanine Level (approx. 20 available between orchestra & balcony)

** All seats assigned from center out in booking date order.

Front Row

$500.00 per person


  • VIP Package
  • PLUS reserved Front Row
  • First access to autograph session  (currently accepting wait-lists)

** All seats assigned from center out in booking date order.

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2018 Itinerary

September 9-16, 2018

Sunday, September 9, 2018
Seattle - departing 4pm

Monday, September 10, 2018
At Sea

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Ketchikan, Alaska
6:30am - 3:00pm

Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska (Scenic Cruising)
5:00am - 9:00am
Juneau, Alaska
12:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday, September 13, 2018
Skagway, Alaska
6:00am - 5:00pm

Friday, September 14, 2018
At Sea

Saturday, September 15, 2018
Victoria, British Columbia
7:00pm - 11:59pm

Sunday, September 16, 2018
Seattle, Washington
Disembarkation, 7:00am

Ports of Call
Seattle, Washington
Seattle is a young city with a rich history. Settlers first landed at Alki Point in 1851 and named the area after Sealth, the Suquamish Indian chief who befriended them. Rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1889, "The Emerald City" has a legacy of vision and strength. Seattle has hosted two World's Fairs (1909 and 1962) and is the birthplace of two modern marvels, Boeing and Microsoft.

Known for its rainy climate, Seattle actually averages less annual rainfall than many East Coast cities. The mild weather, spectacular natural surroundings and rich cultural diversity attract visitors from around the world.

Seattle tours are available to passengers with afternoon flights or an overnight stay in Seattle after their cruise.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Ketchikan is known as Alaska's "First City" because it's the first major community travelers come to as they journey north. Located on an island, Ketchikan began life as an Indian fishing camp. The name Ketchikan comes from a Tlingit phrase that means "eagle with spread-out wings," a reference to a waterfall near town.

In the early 1900s, when gold was Alaska's claim to fame, fishing and timber industries were established in Ketchikan. The growth of these industries helped make this Inside Passage port Alaska's fourth-largest city.

Visitors to Ketchikan will be intrigued by its rich Native heritage, which includes the world's oldest collection of totem poles at Totem Heritage Center. The Haida, Tlingit and Tsimshian are all a part of the city's colorful history. Ketchikan, with its abundance of salmon, is also a sportfishing paradise. Sightseers will be impressed with both the scenic town and its surroundings, especially Misty Fjords National Monument.
Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska (Scenic Cruising)
Named after Civil War general Benjamin Franklin Tracy, this narrow fjord is located approximately 50 miles southeast of Juneau. Breathtaking Tracy Arm extends over 30 miles long, with nearly a quarter of its area covered in ice. In fact, it encompasses some of Alaska's largest glaciers, including the twin Sawyer glaciers, which often expel enormous chunks of ice into the waters below in a magnificent process known as calving. During the summer when Princess ships visit, icebergs float along the surface of the glistening water in an array of sizes, from just a few inches up to three stories wide.

Protected within the Tongass National Forest, Tracy Arm Fjord is a haven for wildlife. Black and brown bears, deer, wolves, harbor seals, mountain goats and a variety of seabirds have been spotted in the area.

As you glide through the pristine fjord, you'll first pass by a lush forest where a number of beautiful waterfalls cascade down, and then you'll be treated to views of snowcapped mountains and blue-tinged glaciers more spectacular than you could ever imagine.
Juneau, Alaska
In 1880, it was slow going for Joe Juneau and Richard Harris as they searched for gold with the help of Native guides. After climbing mountains, forging streams and facing countless difficulties, they found nuggets "as large as beans."

From their discovery came three of the largest gold mines in the world. By the end of World War II, more than $150 million in gold had been mined. Eventually the mines closed, but the town Joe Juneau founded became the capital of Alaska and the business of gold was replaced by the business of government.

Some 30,000 people live in Juneau. Its total area makes it one of the biggest towns, in size, in the world. Only Kiruna, Sweden, and Sitka, Alaska, exceed Juneau's 3,248 square miles.

Today Juneau is famous not only for gold and government but also for its breathtakingly beautiful glaciers and stunning views of both water and mountains.
Skagway, Alaska
Skagway was the gateway to the gold fields for the thousands who flocked to Alaska and the Yukon with the hope of striking it rich. Skagway may have boasted the shortest route to the Klondike, but it wasn't the easiest.

Over 100 years ago, the White Pass route through the Coast Mountains and the shorter but steeper Chilkoot Trail were used by countless stampeders. Many a would-be miner perished on the treacherous Chilkoot Trail.

The gold rush was a boon and by 1898, Skagway was Alaska's largest town with a population of about 20,000. Hotels, saloons, dance halls and gambling houses prospered. But when the gold yield dwindled in 1900, so did the population as miners quickly shifted to new finds in Nome.

Today, Skagway has less than 1,000 residents. It still retains the flavor of the gold rush era.
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria exudes old-world charm and fragrant and colorful flowers are everywhere. Founded in 1843 by James Douglas of the Hudson's Bay Company, the city was first known as Fort Victoria. By 1848, Vancouver Island was a British colony and Victoria was its capital.

In 1858, Victoria was a tent city and the base for some 25,000 prospectors on their way to the Frasier River gold fields. When Vancouver Island was incorporated with mainland British Columbia in 1868, Victoria became the capital of the entire province.

Although it's a port city, Victoria is not as industrially oriented as Vancouver. The harbors, especially Inner Harbour, are dotted with pleasure craft, ferries and floatplanes. The city is renowned for its beautiful gardens, charming houses and very British feel.
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