Princess’ OceanMedallion program already gives guests ultra-fast WiFi at sea, the ability to access staterooms, make onboard purchases, book excursions, and more, right from a smartphone. While cruising has been paused, Princess Cruises certainly hasn’t stopped moving forward. As part of the MedallionClass experience available on all Princess ships, guests can now use a mobile device (or other means) to arrange dining for their entire cruise, and flexibility is the name of the game... read more
Usually when new ships come out it means paying a premium to sail on them. While casually browsing though, we found that the March 8 Wester Caribbean Sky Princess sailing has insides starting at just $569 per person. That's $81 per person per night for a new ship on a premium line. CruiseHabit contributor Ric just got off Sky Princess and was wowed by the quality of ingredients in the food, the number of great spaces in The Piazza, as well as the friendly service. If you don't have the vacation time to make this happen, you'll be glad to know that Sky Princess has MedallionNet, part of the new Ocean Medallion technology initiative, so the internet is fast, reliable, and surprisingly inexpensive (starting at just $9/day).