Princess Cruises was established in 1965 and is headquartered in Santa Clarita Valley, California, USA. It is the third largest cruise liner in the world and in April 2003 was acquired by Carnival Corporation.
Its identifiable seawitch logo appears on all its fleet of 17 ships. Its fleet include the well known line of Princess ships such as the Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Crown, Dawn, Diamond, Sapphire, Sea, Start, and Sun. It provides a wide range of holiday destinations with over 120 unique cruise itineraries to choose from.
Its ships are elegant and stylish, and 5 Star cruising is the level of service provided on board its ships. As the company described, travelling on one its of ships Golden Princess is like being on a "palace at sea".
The Princess fleet of ships provide affordable yet luxurious balconies, including many balcony Staterooms. Its ships offer spacious decks, and provide a fantastic range of onboard activities and entertainment. Each ship has special destinations that it travels to. The Ruby Princess makes frequent visits to the scenic Caribbean islands.
Princess Cruises has always been an innovator in its ability to please the discerning cruise traveler. Passengers can create their own "personal vacation experience", with flexible options such as the Restaurant style "Anytime Dining".
Princess Cruises adopts a philosophy of being "The Consummate Host" with employees expected to provide high standards of service, to both passengers and their fellow crew members. As such job seekers would need to possess exceptional customer service skills and experience.
Crew members employed by Princess Cruises work hard and play hard. Whilst working, they have a demanding 7 days a week schedule. When off duty, employees have fun at social and recreational activities organized by the company for crew members. Princess Cruises provides comprehensive training and access to essential facilities for its onboard staff.
Fleet Personnel Department - Recruitment
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