Regal Princess joined the Princess Cruises' fleet in May 2014. As sister ship to the Royal Princess, this contemporary ship retains the evolutionary design of her predecessor, all perfectly complemented by chic interiors, modern artwork and a glittering array of on-board facilities. The splendid Piazza Atrium serves as the social hub of the ship with plentiful bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues lining the balconies, along with atmospheric lighting and a grandiose horseshoe-shaped staircase at its heart. Unique on-board experiences include 'walking over water' along the glass-floored Sea Walk and admiring the awesome panoramic vistas from the cantilevered Sky View Bar.
Days at sea are the best time to enjoy the highlights of Regal Princess. Soak up the sun by day alongside the Fountain Pool, where interactive sound and light Princess WaterColour Fantasy shows light up the decks after dark. Adult-only The Sanctuary, with its private cabanas, whirlpools and the Retreat Pool, is the perfect place to escape. Indulge your mind and body in Lotus Spa and The Enclave thermal suite. Add activity to your day with a spinning class or join in a game of basketball at Centre Court. The Pelicans and Shockwaves Centres offer fun and activities for children aged from 3 to 12 years, while the Remix Teen Lounge is perfect for teenagers.
Regal Princess presents a myriad of dining styles and culinary experiences in her restaurants and eateries. The Allegro Dining Room hosts fixed time Traditional Dining, and the Symphony and Concerto eateries offer Anytime Dining options, each serving a five-course menu of gastronomic delights. Casual dining in Horizon Court includes buffet-style dishes and live cooking stations. Tuck into authentic, hand-tossed Neapolitan pizzas in Alfredo's Pizzeria, or you can discover fast food and burgers in the Trident Grill. Savour cakes and pastries as you sip your morning latte in The Pastry Shop and International Cafe, or tuck into authentic Italian ice cream sundaes in Gelato.
The speciality restaurants on Regal Princess offer a wealth of mouth-watering gourmet treats. Sabatini's Restaurant presents a menu of Italian pasta and seafood specialities. Premium seafood and cooked-to-order steaks are served in the Crown Grill, while there's freshly-prepared, high-quality cuts of beef in Sterling Steakhouse. Kai Susi, Bayou Cafe, and Ocean Terrace add to the gastronomic venues on board. Indulge in the ultimate dining experience with a Wine Maker's Dinner in the Wine Cellar or savour an evening with the Executive Chef at Chef's Table Lumiere.
A plethora of bars and lounges ensure you're never too far from a drink. Sip a glass of Shiraz with tapas and sushi in Vines wine bar, or savour a signature Martini in Crooners as you watch duelling pianists at the glass pianos. Ice-cold imported beers are just waiting to be discovered in the British-style Wheelhouse pub, or watch the world go by with a cocktail in Bellini's. Al fresco cocktails in the Sea View and Outrigger Bars come with stunning ocean vistas.
Evenings on Regal Princess offer something to match your every mood. The Princess Theatre stages Hollywood-style production shows, or you can discover cabaret acts in the Vista Lounge. Princess Live is a live TV studio at sea, presenting interactive culinary shows, late-night comedy, live concerts, and game shows. There’s also Movies under the Stars showing the latest blockbusters in the open-air. Chance your luck at the blackjack tables and slot machines in The Princess Casino, before bringing your day to a close in the Club 6 nightclub with a spot of late-night dancing.
Day 1: UK to Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fly from your chosen UK airport to Miami/Fort Lauderdale and be transferred to a hotel for a one night mandatory pre-stay.
Day 2: Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida
After check out, be transferred to the port to board Regal Princess for your fourteen night cruise.
Day 3: Princess Cays, Bahamas
The resort of Princess Cays is located at the southern end of the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas and is privately owned by Princess Cruises. Set across 40 acres you'll find 2.5km of white sandy beaches for a few hours' sunbathing and there are private cabanas available to rent on a quiet section of beach. The adjoining waters are perfect for snorkelling, kayaking and sailing and the dedicated Pelicans' Perch play area offers hours of fun for the children. The three beach bars serve up tropical cocktails and live music and you can tuck into an authentic Bahamian barbecue on the beach. Shop for traditional souvenirs at the Tropical Treasure and Bahama Treasure boutiques. Venture further afield and discover Rock Sound blow hole and the picturesque fishing village of Tarpum Bay.
Day 5: Falmouth, Jamaica
Located between Ocho Rios and Montego Bay on Jamaica's north coast; Falmouth transports you back to the 18th and 19th centuries thanks to its well-preserved Georgian architecture. Pay a visit to Greenwood Great House to admire the period furniture and the rare collection of musical instruments and Wedgwood china. Good Hope Estate began life as a coconut and sugar plantation and later developed into an elegant village; don't miss the spectacular sunrise here. Stroll along the tranquil Half Moon Beach or take a trip to the east of Falmouth where you'll discover the fascinating Luminous Lagoon. The cascading Dunn's River Falls at Ocho Rios and the Rainforest Sky Explorer chairlift ride at nearby Mystic Mountain are well worth experiencing too.
Day 6: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
The ship drops anchor at British-style Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. Stroll around the shops, cafes and museums in nearby George Town and spend time relaxing on the white sand of Seven Mile Beach. Swim with marine life at Stingray City or go snorkelling in search of local angel and parrot fish at Coral Garden. Keep your eyes peeled for indigenous rare blue iguanas when you visit Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park. Make sure to see the original Batmobile and Batcycle from the Batman TV series at the Cayman Motor Museum before you depart, too.
Day 7: Cozumel, Mexico
Arrive on the Mexican island of Cozumel. One of Mexico's most popular ports of call, it's home to several natural parks and a rich coral reef surrounded by tropical fish. San Miguel, Cozumel's only town, offers a great selection of bars, cafes and restaurants alongside seafront shops and boutiques selling handmade Mayan souvenirs. Follow sightseeing jungle trails, wander botanical gardens with natural lagoons, or view dolphins and sea turtles in their natural habitat.
Day 9: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale is an exciting city with a laid-back beach atmosphere. Fort Lauderdale is a popular shopping spot and is home to the planet's largest discount and entertainment mall, Sawgrass Mills. For some of the city's best cafes, boutiques and restaurants, head to Las Olas Boulevard — also known as the 'style mile'. There are kayak tours and gondola rides to explore more of the city, as well as popular wildlife attractions — including the largest butterfly aviary on the continent, Butterfly World, and one of the area's most significant nesting beaches for turtles at Mizell-Johnson State Park. You can find a network of bars, clubs and live music lounges to enjoy late into the night, too.
Day 10: Princess Cays, Bahamas
The resort of Princess Cays is located at the southern end of the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas and is privately owned by Princess Cruises. Set across 40 acres you'll find 2.5km of white sandy beaches for a few hours' sunbathing and private cabanas available to rent on a quiet section of beach. The adjoining waters are perfect for snorkelling, kayaking, and sailing and the dedicated Pelicans' Perch play area offers hours of fun for the children. The three beach bars serve up tropical cocktails and live music and you can tuck into an authentic Bahamian barbecue on the beach. Shop for traditional souvenirs at the Tropical Treasure and Bahama Treasure boutiques. Venture further afield and discover Rock Sound blow hole and the picturesque fishing village of Tarpum Bay.
Day 12: St Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Arguably the prettiest Virgin Island, St Thomas boasts plenty of picture-perfect beaches. Visit Magen’s Bay, voted one of the world's top ten most beautiful beaches; or explore the coral World Marine Park with its three-level underwater observatory. Experience the colourful wonders of snorkelling in the crystal blue waters or just lie back and enjoy the sand and sunshine on the island’s many beaches. Venture up Mountain Top and admire the panoramic views of surrounding islands and get lost in the bustling atmosphere. Don’t forget to browse the shops for bargains in jewellery, perfume and souvenirs.
Day 13: Philipsburg, St Maarten
The ship drops anchor today at St Maarten's Dutch capital city - Philipsburg. Stroll along the shops on bustling Front Street or enjoy a couple of hours’ beach time on Great Bay beach. Fly through the trees at the Fly Zone at Loterie Farm or explore the island by quad bike. See local plant and animal life at St Maarten Zoological and Botanical Garden, and caterpillars and butterflies at the Butterfly Farm. You can also swim with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery Anguilla or admire heart-stopping views in the Pic du Paradis hills.
Day 16: Fort Lauderdale/Miami, Florida to UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred to the airport for your return flight back to the UK.