Princess Cruises named the best cruise line of 2017

Posted: 15 September 2017 11:31 am


Taking out the competition four years in a row.

Princess Cruises has just floored the competition at the Cruise International Awards, taking the gold for best cruise line in the entire world.

This is the fourth time the luxury line has won this title at the awards, so it's obviously doing something right. With luxurious offerings like the Ocean Medallion, which is an electronic medallion dedicated to creating a more seamless on-board experience by helping you navigate the ship, locate your friends and more as well as personalised celebratory packages and consistently spectacular sales, it's definitely not doing anything wrong.

This year it beat out big names including P&O Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Saga, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises for the top spot.

Naturally, this was not the only award Princess took during the night. It was also named the Best Cruise Line for First-Time Cruisers and won the Best Product award for its Ultimate Balcony Dining experience.

It was also shortlisted for the Best Value for Money, Best for Families, Best for Food, Best for Entertainment and Best for Onboard Activities.

Oh well, guess you can't win 'em all. But with the Australian cruise season heating up next month, you can cruise with the best. Head to the Princess Cruises website to see where you could sail off with the number one cruise line in the world.

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