Tahitian Princess, a former Renaissance vessel was introduced to Princess' fleet on August 9, 2002. Her sleek, modern design provides a 'boutique version' of our Personal Choice Cruising program, with over two thirds of the ship's cabins having balconies and with a variety of dining and entertainment options to deliver on our trademark "big ship choice" in a smaller, more intimate cruise environment.
Tahitian Princess will sail year-round in Tahiti and the South Pacific, debuting the only 10-day sailings in the region. Three unique itineraries, with a total of 50 departures roundtrip from Papeete, Tahiti, each includes calls at the tropical paradises of Bora Bora, Moorea and Raiatea. Passengers can choose one of the 34 French Polynesia/Cook Islands sailings that explore ports like mystic Huahine and Raratonga and feature overnight stays in both Papeete and Bora Bora; enjoy one of eight French Polynesia/Samoa cruises to discover the dramatic beauty of Pago Pago and Apia; or travel on one of eight French Polynesia/Marquesas voyages to unwrap the secrets of Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oa.
Tahitian Princess provides its passengers with Personal Choice. You can pick and choose which activities you want to participate in. From attending the Art Auction to being pampered in the spa, it is all up to you.
Princess' unique Personal Choice Dining program is the only one in the industry to offer two main dining room options: Passengers can choose between Traditional Fixed Seating, where they will have an assigned dinner time, table, companions and wait staff; and the restaurant-style Anytime Dining, which allows them to dine when, where and with whom they wish between the hours of 5:30 pm and 10:00 pm.
Personal Choice Entertainment is a program encompassing a wide variety of options, including multiple show lounges featuring Princess' award-winning original Broadway- and Las Vegas-style productions, an extensive daily lineup of shipboard activities, and an ever-changing array of special features particular to each ship and its itinerary.
Princess Kids, the line's expanded youth program, gives families a new option with the addition of in-port activities for children. Parents can now go ashore knowing their youngsters are being entertained in the ship's youth center, and enjoying lunch with their newfound friends. The program also features added activities from the National Wildlife Federation and the California Science Center.