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Diamond Princess<br>9 Nights<br>Fall Foliage Sea of Japan<br>Tokyo (Yokohama) Return

Diamond Princess
9 Nights
Fall Foliage Sea of Japan
Tokyo (Yokohama) Return

Ship: Diamond Princess
Cruise Line: Princess Cruises
Departures:  12 November 2019
Duration: 9 Nights
Ports: Tokyo, Yokohama, Akita, Niigata, Sakaiminato, Busan, Shimizu, Tokyo
Airport gateway (Arrival) : Tokyo
Airport gateway (Departure) : Tokyo

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Ports

Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the world's most fascinating and exciting cities, with huge department stores, neon lights flashing from dusk till dawn, juxtaposed with imperial palaces, temples, shrines and tradition. It is an amazing blend of traditional eastern values and western cultures, all in the one place. Everywhere you look there's something to keep your eyes in a spell, from the huge skyscrapers, to the hyper speed bullet trains, dazzling lights and fast paced lifestyle.

Country - Japan
Distance from port to City - 35kms
Distance from port to Airport - 100kms
Currency - Japanese Yen (JPY)

Places of Interest
Shinjuku, Ginza, Imperial Palace, Harajuku, Fish Markets, Kamakura

Yokohama

Yokohama is Japan's second largest city with a population of over three million. Yokohama remains popular among expats, has one of the world's largest chinatowns and preserves some former Western residences in the Yamate district.

Country
-  Japan
Distance from port to City -  5 km
Distance to Airport - 75km
Currency - Japanese Yen (JPY)

Places of Interest
Yamashita Park, Motomachi, Chinatown, Kannai, Sakuragi-cho, Minato

Akita

Niigata

Sakaiminato

Sakaiminato is located in the western section of Tottori Prefecture. Sakaiminato is known from old as an outstanding fishery city on the Sea of Japan side, and it thrived as a base for trade with the Asian Continent. Even today, it boasts of having one of the largest hauls of crab and 'maguro' tuna in Japan. The Yumigahama-hanto Peninsula, with its green pine trees growing along a stretch of white sand shaped like a bow, is known for its beautiful scenery and is a mecca for marine sports. The city landmark is the 43 metre tall Yumeminato Tower that stands in Yumeminato-koen Park. The observation room on the top floor offers a magnificent 360 degree view, which of course includes the Sea of Japan and the majestic Mt O-yama.


Country - Japan
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 60 kms
Currency - Japanese Yen (JPY)

Places of Interest 
Mizuki Shigeru Memorial Hall, Mizuki Shigeru Road, Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Specter Shrine, Sakai Water Service Bridge, Minato Onsen Honokami, Kitaro Tairyo Shrine, Oki Tourism Souvenir Centre, Yumeminato Tower, Sakai Minato Fish Centre, Yumigahama Beach

Busan

Busan is situated on the most southeastern portion of the Korean peninsula and is Korea's second largest city and the number one trading port. Shopping in this port city has also become quite popular. The summer months offer an array of festivals on almost every beach, while in the fall, the Jagalchi Fish market holds a cultural festival for foreign tourists.
 


Country - Korea
Distance from port to City - 15kms
Distance from port to Airport - 25kms
Currency -  Won (KRW)

Places of Interest 
Haeundae Beach, Gwangalli Beach, Songjeong Beach, Dadaepo Beach, Beomeosa Temple, Haeundae Dalmaji Walk, Oryukdo Island, United Nations Memorial Cemetery and Peace Park, Yongdusan Park, Nakdonggang Estuary Seasonal Bird Migration Site, Busan Aquarium, Jagalchi Fish Market, Busan Yachting Centre 

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Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises

About Princess Cruises

From its modest beginnings in 1965 with a single ship cruising to Mexico, Princess has grown to become one of the premiere cruise lines in the world. Today, its fleet carries more than a million passengers each year to more worldwide destinations than any other major line.

The most recognized cruise line in the world was catapulted to stardom in 1977 when Pacific Princess was cast in a starring role on a new television show called The Love Boat. The weekly series, which introduced millions of viewers to the still-new concept of a sea-going vacation, was an instant hit and both the company name and its "seawitch" logo have remained synonymous with cruising ever since.

Princess' modern fleet has grown considerably in recent years to include Caribbean Princess (2004), Coral Princess (2003), Crown Princess (2005) Dawn Princess (1997), Diamond Princess (2004), Emerald Princess (2007), Island Princess (2003), Pacific Princess (1999), Royal Princess (2001), Golden Princess (2001), Grand Princess (1998), Sapphire Princess (2004),Sea Princess (2007), Star Princess (2002), Sun Princess (1995) and Ocean Princess (1999).

Personal Choice Cruising®
Building on past success, Princess is continually evolving to meet the needs of the today's vacationer. In the mid-1990s the company pioneered the concept of putting passengers in control of their own cruise experience with the introduction of its Sun-class ships. These revolutionary vessels gave passengers the freedom to choose from a wide range of flexible onboard facilities, amenities and services in order to create a personal vacation experience that takes the regimentation out of the cruise experience and suits each passenger's own needs and preferences.

Today, the line's signature emphasis on Personal Choice Cruising is apparent across the fleet, with each vessel offering its own unique version on a host of multiple dining options and locations; flexible and varied entertainment selections; renowned customer service; and a full complement of onboard activities including a variety of ScholarShip@Sea® enrichment classes featuring computer training, ceramics, culinary arts, finance and photography. Often copied but never duplicated, the Princess concept of cruise vacation customization has since been adopted as the touchstone of new ship design for the entire cruise industry.

Affordable Luxury and an Abundance of Balconies
In addition to incorporating a wide range of choices, vessels in the Princess fleet are specifically designed to provide the ultimate in affordable luxury, with an emphasis on "big ship choice with small ship feel." No matter the size of the ship, public spaces are designed to feel intimate and are decorated in a contemporary style, allowing passengers to enjoy themselves in an informal, relaxed onboard atmosphere that mirrors today's lifestyles. The company has also long been the leader in building ships specifically designed to accommodate an extensive number of the most sought-after shipboard luxury -- the private balcony. In the mid-1980s Princess pioneered the concept of the affordable veranda, once an exclusive feature incorporated in only the most expensive suites. Today, Princess' fleet offers one of the highest percentages of balcony cabins in the industry, across all cabin categories. The physical design and décor of the ships, coupled with Princess' hallmark service excellence, creates an onboard atmosphere of relaxed luxury in which passengers can enjoy their perfect vacation experience.

Worldwide Destinations
Princess' philosophy of choice is also reflected in its sailing schedule. Offering voyages to more worldwide cruise destinations than any other major line, Princess has more than 150 itineraries ranging from seven to 72 days. The line sails to all seven continents and calls at nearly 260 ports around the world. Princess passengers can enhance their cruise experience through the Adventures Ashore program featuring more than 1,500 in-port excursions worldwide, and the company's expanding cruisetour offerings enable passengers to combine their cruise with a full land tour. Destinations on all seven continents include the Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, Europe, Mexican Riviera, South America, Australia/New Zealand, South Pacific, Hawaii, Tahiti/French Polynesia, Asia, India, Africa, Holy Land, Canada/New England and Antarctica.

Having led the way in Gulf of Alaska cruising, Princess maintains a strong presence in Alaska. Through its Seattle-based Princess Tours division, the company operates a wide variety of spectacular land and sea experiences in the majestic "Land of the Midnight Sun." The largest cruise and tour operator in the state, Princess operates six cruise ships, five riverside wilderness lodges, luxury Midnight Sun Express Ultra Dome rail cars, and a fleet of deluxe motor coaches; allowing cruise passengers to connect seamlessly to a landside tour and experience several distinctly unique facets of the Alaska wilderness in a single trip.

 

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Diamond Princess

Diamond Princess is a luxury destination in itself. Wake each morning in anticipation of a new horizon. Take in the view from one of nearly 740 balcony staterooms. Indulge in a hot stone massage at the renowned Lotus Spa, enjoy fine dining in a formal or relaxed atmosphere and make it a cruise to remember.

Dining

  • International Room (Traditional Fixed Seat)
  • Pacific Moon Dining Room (Traditional Anytime)
  • Santa Fe Dining Room (Traditional Anytime)
  • Savoy Dining Room (Traditional Anytime)
  • Vivaldi Dining Room (Traditional Anytime)
  • Sabatini's (Speciality Italian)
  • Sterling Steakhouse (Specialty Steakhouse)
  • Horizon Court (24 hour dining)
  • Wine and caviar bar (Casual)
  • Patisserie (Casual)
  • Prego Pizzeria (Casual)
  • Sundaes Ice Cream Bar
  • Trident Grill (Burgers & Hot Dogs)
  • 24-hour complimentary room service

Entertainment

  • Princess Theatre
  • Grand Casino
  • Explorer's Lounge
  • Skywalkers Nightclub
  • Club Fusion
  • Wheelhouse Bar
  • Churchill Lounge
  • Crooners Bar
  • Wake View Bar

Onboard Activities

  • Calypso Reef and Pool (plus 2 hot tubs)
  • Neptune's Reef and Pool (Plus 2 hot tubs)
  • Terrace Pool
  • Oasis hot tubs
  • Pirates View Hot Tub and Splash Pool
  • Lotus Spa, Gymnasium and Fitness Area
  • Nine Hole putting course
  • Virtual Golf Similators
  • Centre Court (Basketball)
  • Shuffleboard
  • Jogging Track
  • Libary and Writing Room
  • ScholarShip at Sea (onboard learning centres)
  • 24 Hour Internet
  • Heart & Minds Wedding Chapel
  • Duty Free

Ship facts

Ship Details
Gross Tonnage
  115,875 Tonnes
Star Rating
  4 Star
Size/Style of Ship   Large/Resort
Entered Service   Feb 2004
Registry   Bermuda
Former Name   N/A
Length   290 metres
Beam   37.5 metres
Draft   8.05 Metres
Propulsion/Propellers   gas turbine (25MW)/2
Maximum Cruising Speed (knots)   20
Passenger Capacity (twin)
  2,600
Crew   1,238
Nationality of Officers   British/Italian
Nationality of Crew   International
Total Cabins   1,337
Total Inside cabins   337
Total Outside cabins   1,000
Cabin/Suites with Balcony   750
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins   28
Passenger Decks   13
Cabin Electricity
  110v
Elevators   14
Self-Service Laundry
  Yes
Onboard Currency (subject to change)   US Dollar

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