Which terminal does Princess Cruises use in Fort Lauderdale?
Princess ships generally berth at Pier 2/Terminal 2 in Port Everglades, which is located in the Northport section. This facility is used for both embarkation and disembarkation.
Who gets priority boarding on Princess Cruises?
Platinum or Elite Captain’s Circle Members: Guests who have completed five cruises or 50 cruise days. Suite Guests: Those staying in a full suite (not a mini-suite) Guests With Special Needs: Those with medical issues or using mobility aids.
Are there luggage restrictions on Princess Cruises?
Princess Cruise Ship Luggage Although Princess does not limit the number of bags allowed on board, we would strongly suggest no more than three bags total: One for the cruise, one for land, and one personal item/backpack, all as listed above.
Can I bring bottled water on Princess?
Passengers are permitted to bring as much bottled water (bottles must be manufacturer sealed) as they want onboard a Princess cruise, but only on embarkation day.
How early should you arrive at the Fort Lauderdale airport?
When to arrive at the airport. 2 hours prior to scheduled departure.
What is priority boarding on Princess?
Advance Boarding guests board from the Priority check-in lane and can embark immediately after Elite, Platinum, Suite, and Club Class Mini-Suite guests. It is strictly capacity controlled and available to reserve up to three days before cruise departure.
Can you wear jeans on Princess Cruises?
Princess Cruise Line Smart casual options include casual dresses and skirts, or pants and a nice top. Nice jeans (clean and not torn) are permitted in Princess’ main dining room and specialty restaurants on smart casual evenings.
Does everyone on a Princess cruise get a medallion?
All U.S. guests receive their free Medallion device either in the mail before leaving home or when they arrive at the terminal.
How much do you tip on a Princess cruise?
Princess Cruises Automatic gratuity charge: $16 to $18 per person, per day. Details: Passengers in most cabins pay $16 for what the line now calls a “crew appreciation” charge. Passengers in mini-suites pay $17, while those in bigger suites pay $18.
What are you not allowed to bring on a Princess Cruise?
Hookah and Water Hookah Pipes, candles and incense, strike-anywhere matches, clothing irons, heating pads, hot plates, kettles, coffee makers, toasters and other electronic cooking appliances. Alcohol in violation of the company alcohol policy. All illegal drugs, including medications without proper prescriptions.