Princess Cruises - Sun Princess

24305 Towne Center Drive - Santa Clarita , California
Location
Santa Clarita , California
Property Type:
Cruise Ship
Hotel Rooms:
1011
Restaurants:
8
Slots
189
Table Games
10
Casino Square Footage
3,000
Hours
(times vary - please contact general information)

5 people currently viewing

Overview

Qualified Princess Cruises - Sun Princess Players are eligible for personal VIP Casino Host services.

URComped negotiates aggressively to ensure that thousands of URComped VIP members, including players from Princess Cruises - Sun Princess, receive the best comp offers and personalized VIP service at casinos and cruise lines around the world.

If you have elevated tier status or a casino host assigned to you at Princess Cruises - Sun Princess or other casino properties, then there is an excellent chance you qualify for VIP offers at URComped partner casinos and cruise lines.

URComped VIP membership is completely free and our members gain access to dedicated casino host services and exclusive comp offers at casinos and cruise lines around the world. What are you waiting for? Join NOW and get COMPED today.

It is the responsibility of the hotel chain and/or the individual property to ensure the accuracy of the photos displayed. URComped is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos.

VIP Offers and Events

Please Login or Register to view all offers.

Games

Caribbean Stud Poker
Craps
Let it Ride
Roulette

Top 3 Slot Machines at Princess Cruises - Sun Princess

No slot machines tagged yet. Be the first!


Reward Program

Club Ocean
Tiers
4
Highest Tier
Black
Points For Highest Tier
45,000.00

Shows & Concerts Near Princess Cruises - Sun Princess


Questions / Threads

No questions asked...Yet!

Kevin Brown

Kevin Brown
Based on the description we saw online, we didn't think the 4:30pm cruise around Somes Sound would be narrated, but fortunately it was. Chuck, our pilot, and Bill, a retired park ranger, our narrator, were fantastic. They were amazing and provided a wonderful and memorable experience. Bill's knowledge of the area was even more impressive when he told us that he was never a ranger in Acadia. He had worked in other parks but retired to ME and was doing this for fun. I would highly recommend Sea Princess Cruises, especially if your crew is Chuck and Bill.
Read More..

Kevin Strong

Kevin Strong
Pricey for what you get. We saw some private cottages, some seals, some birds. A lot of the time we just motored forward as silently as such a noisy motor could muster (avoid the rear). The layover on the small cranberry island was ridiculously short. I regret spending the money personally. Better to see the area via other means.
Read More..

Jeffrey Gouse

Jeffrey Gouse
This review concerns the Cranberry Island cruise with 45 minute stop at Islesford. Let me begin by saying that our Acadia National Park ranger, Nate, was very friendly and personable, and he clearly enjoys the job. However, I took this exact same cruise back in 2014. Back then, it was not led by a park ranger but rather by a local captain. I'm not sure when or why this transition happened, but it was not for the better. Having a local giving the tour resulted in much more engaging, detailed, and accurate information on our tour. While he had plenty of information to impart, there were several points where I knew his information was inaccurate. One example that comes to mind is regarding where a person with a commercial fishing license can fish in Maine. Nate said "I believe anywhere in Maine", but on the cruise I took two days prior (Island Cruises), I'd learned that there are specific zone restrictions--and considering that information came from a licensed Maine lobster fisherman, I'm going to err on his side. The boat was very comfortable, the scenery beautiful, and the time in Islesford was an interesting (if brief) glimpse at island life in Maine--but I can't help but feel that this cruise is a watered-down, commercialized version of what it used to be. I would personally recommend Island Cruises in Bass Harbor if you're looking for a more uniquely Maine experience.
Read More..

Jeffrey Gouse

Jeffrey Gouse
This review concerns the Cranberry Island cruise with 45 minute stop at Islesford. Let me begin by saying that our Acadia National Park ranger, Nate, was very friendly and personable, and he clearly enjoys the job. However, I took this exact same cruise back in 2014. Back then, it was not led by a park ranger but rather by a local captain. I'm not sure when or why this transition happened, but it was not for the better. Having a local giving the tour resulted in much more engaging, detailed, and accurate information on our tour. While he had plenty of information to impart, there were several points where I knew his information was inaccurate. One example that comes to mind is regarding where a person with a commercial fishing license can fish in Maine. Nate said "I believe anywhere in Maine", but on the cruise I took two days prior (Island Cruises), I'd learned that there are specific zone restrictions--and considering that information came from a licensed Maine lobster fisherman, I'm going to err on his side. The boat was very comfortable, the scenery beautiful, and the time in Islesford was an interesting (if brief) glimpse at island life in Maine--but I can't help but feel that this cruise is a watered-down, commercialized version of what it used to be. I would personally recommend Island Cruises in Bass Harbor if you're looking for a more uniquely Maine experience.
Read More..

Kevin Strong

Kevin Strong
Pricey for what you get. We saw some private cottages, some seals, some birds. A lot of the time we just motored forward as silently as such a noisy motor could muster (avoid the rear). The layover on the small cranberry island was ridiculously short. I regret spending the money personally. Better to see the area via other means.
Read More..

Kevin Brown

Kevin Brown
Based on the description we saw online, we didn't think the 4:30pm cruise around Somes Sound would be narrated, but fortunately it was. Chuck, our pilot, and Bill, a retired park ranger, our narrator, were fantastic. They were amazing and provided a wonderful and memorable experience. Bill's knowledge of the area was even more impressive when he told us that he was never a ranger in Acadia. He had worked in other parks but retired to ME and was doing this for fun. I would highly recommend Sea Princess Cruises, especially if your crew is Chuck and Bill.
Read More..

No posts yet, why not share something and get the conversation started!

Patisserie

WolfyDai
Fantastic goods! Very well made and not too expensive.
Read More..

Wine and Caviar Bar

Travis Harris
i like beer and its an awesome place to get drunk
Read More..

Sicilian Dining Room

Erica Thornton
Great food and service. Drinks were awesome.
Read More..


Featured Partners

Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

Rancho Mirage , California
Offers: 6
Rooms: 340
Beds: 6
Slots: 1400
Tables: 41

Harrah's Resort Southern California

Valley Center , California
Rooms: 660
Beds: 10
Slots: 1860
Tables: 70

Viejas Casino & Resort

Alpine , California
Offers: 35
Rooms: 128
Beds: 6
Slots: 2000
Tables: 30

Other Nearby Properties