Review of Island Princess deck 6 (Fiesta-Cabins-Dining-Casino-Shops)
Princess Island Theatre (main show lounge large scale musical and show productions, also used for movies, gameshows, seminars; level 1 of 2)
Galley is the ship’s kitchen.
The Princess Cruises “Chef’s Table” experience (private, multi-course gourmet dining at surcharge per person) is designed by celebrity chef Curtis Stone. The dining package starts with a galley tour, fine Champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Follows a multi-course dinner (in the Dining Room restaurant) prepared by the ship’s Executive Chef.
Provence Restaurant (forward Dining Room, formal dining with 2 fixed Dinner seatings- at 5:30 or 7:45 pm, and open seating for Breakfast 7:30-9:30 am, Lunch 12-1:30 pm, Afternoon Tea 3:30-4:30 pm)
Calypso Cove Shop (alcohol, tobaccos, snacks, souvenirs, sundries, brand accessories, Princess logo apparel, convenience store)
Essence Shop (cosmetics, perfumes)
Meridian Bay Shop (brand sunglasses, handbags, watches, accessories)
Facets Shop (jewelry, gifts)
Princess Island Casino (age limit 21 years over, slot machines, gambling tables, own full bar)
Explorers Lounge & Bar (disco nightclub and show lounge with stage, large dance floor, DJ nightly; hosts karaoke, comedy and game shows, art auctions)
Photo Gallery & Shop (photo and video services, equipment, accessories)
The Universe Lounge (second show lounge with a large stage for live music and show entertainment, also used for dance lessons; level 1 of 2).
Cruise cabins from F502 to F727, all of which are Oceanview rooms (categories OB, OC, OE).