Princess Cruises

Sun Princess unveils refurbishment

$30 million has delivered Asian touches, new dining options and revamped furnishings to the Sydney-based ship. Princess Cruises showed off Sun Princess’ makeover late last week, revealing brighter public spaces, a new sushi restaurant, café and much more. Borrowing ideas from the new Royal Princess in the UK, the new International Café in the atrium is open 24 hours and sells specialty coffees, tea, hot chocolate and iced drinks (from $1.50-$4.50) with complimentary pastries and sandwiches. According to staff, the venue is “chockers” between 8am and 8pm. Horizon Court buffet has been ...
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