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Cruise Ship Arrival: Star Princess
October 7, 2014 @ 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Day and night, the $430 million Star Princess shines with more ways to indulge than you can imagine. As one of the largest cruise ships afloat, the ship features an extensive casino, a 15-deck-high nightclub, a nine-hole putting green and golf simulator, comprehensive children’s centers, and a festive sports bar. With Personal Choice cruising, passengers are sure to enjoy the ships’ wide array of activities and special services.
With three swimming pools, you can decide whether you want to swim beneath the open sky or beneath a special glass dome. There is also an oceanview jogging track on the Promenade deck. On the sports court, there is tennis, basketball, and volleyball facilities, or you can head to the sports bar and cheer on your favorite team. To get even further away from it all, head to the virtual reality center for tours and rides.
At the computerized golf center and putting green, there are several ways to improve upon your golf score. And, at the gym and health spa, options range from oceanview massage rooms, unwinding in the sauna, or improving your strength by swimming against the current in a specially designed pool. All the while, your kids will be kept happy and busy with their own set of options at the children and teen center.
Dine in one of three intimate dining rooms, or more casually at the Italian Trattoria, a Southwestern-style eatery, or the 24-hour food court. There’s also an ice cream bar, hamburger grill, and pizzeria out on deck. At night, guests can dance in a nightclub suspended 15 decks above the sea or head to one of three show lounges. In the large casino, there are lots of exciting ways to place your bets.
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