There are few better ways to experience Australia’s longest river than with a trip on board Captain Cook’s Murray Princess. Faithfully designed right down to her authentic paddlewheel, Murray Princess was built to reflect the ships of old that used to pass down this historic waterway. Her 120 passengers cannot fail to enjoy the fantastic scenery in the company of Captain Cook’s friendly and knowledgeable crew.
Murray Princess Entertainment and Relaxation
Like all Captain Cook cruise ships, Murray Princess offers a number of ways for passengers to relax and enjoy themselves during the day. At just sixty-seven metres long, she may be a small vessel, but she certainly provides plenty of facilities, such as the spacious sun deck that is perfect for relaxing with a book. Murray Princess also offers two spas, two saunas, two friendly bars and two faithfully reconstructed lounges, so there is bound to be something for everyone. The ship also houses a gift shop for purchasing souvenirs, as well as a comprehensive library in which you can learn about the next destination on your itinerary. Murray Princess also boasts a speedboat for special excursions.
Murray Princess Dining
Dining on board any Captain Cook cruise is sure to be a delight, with splendid buffet breakfasts and lunches available, as well as beautiful gourmet meals in the evening. Breakfast is served from 7am until 8:30am and lunch is laid on daily at 12pm. Your evening meal is served every night at 7:30pm, however all these meal times are of course subject to change if there are on shore excursions taking place.
Murray Princess Accommodation
Housing sixty rooms comprising nine Inside Cabins, forty-five Outside Cabins and six lavish Staterooms, Captain Cook’s Murray Princess offers comfortable accommodation for all of its guests. Each room is able to offer some form of window view, as well as en suite bathrooms, electric blankets, air conditioning and fresh towels, with Staterooms of course offering more space.