With room for over 1,300 guests the Princess Seaways cruise ferry offers excellent on board facilities. There’s a choice of restaurants, shops, a casino, bars, and much more to keep you occupied while you cross the North Sea in the sort of comfort you’d expect from a cruise ship.
Onboard you’ll find comfortable cabins to suit every taste. Whether you’re looking for a value for money cabin or something extra special, you’ll awake refreshed after a great night's sleep. All cabins feature comfortable beds, en suite showers, bedding, towels and wardrobe space.
Enjoy a delicious meal and delightful company onboard the Princess Seaways. With a number of restaurants to choose from there's something to suit every taste including the 7 Seas Buffet, the Blue Riband à la carte restaurant and the Explorer's Steakhouse.
For a coffee or a quick snack head to Latitude café for a relaxed atmosphere, your favourite hot drink or a light meal.
If you fancy a drink onboard then you’ll be pleased to know that there are numerous venues to choose from. The Navigators Bar serves an excellent selection of drinks and quality beers with live music in the evening. The Compass Bar located close to the restaurants is a lounge bar that’s ideal place if you want to relax and enjoy yourself in comfortable surroundings and serves an excellent range of wine, beer, cocktails and spirits.
If you like music, sports, a few drinks and a friendly atmosphere, the Sports Bar is the place to be while for great views, the top-deck Neptune Sky Bar is a superb place to begin your journey as your ship sails out of port. Enjoy the maritime atmosphere with a beer or long drink in your hand.
Shopping at sea is one of the great pleasures of travelling onboard the Princess Seaways. The Sea Shop features a range of wines and spirits, fashion accessories, aftershave, perfume, confectionery, children's toys and tobacco
Watch the latest blockbusters in the onboard cinema or visit the casino to try your luck at blackjack or roulette. There’s also a Wildlife Watching Experience where you can learn about the wildlife of the North Sea as you sail across it. Led by the leading wildlife charity ORCA, the wildlife experience is fun for both kids and adults.
The ‘Kidz' Club is a safe and enjoyable play area for children. With a range of activities available, children will be entertained for hours when sailing on the Princess Seaways.
For older children there's a games room with video games, and a cinema too!
Princess Seaways is wheel chair friendly with lifts to all decks (except deck 4). There's also a choice of specially adapted disabled cabins including 4 Outside (sea view) and 2 inside. Special arrangements cannot be made on the day you travel for requirements that are not requested beforehand so if you have have any special requests then please notify us before booking.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Princess Seaways guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
99% of our customers recommended this ship
Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. It was like taking a short day cruise. From when we arrived to when we departed we were treated well. We had the buffet package and the meal was wonderful. We also took the upgrade commodore and the room was very comfortable. Enjoyedlistening to music playing throughout the decks.
Reviewed 27 October 2016 by David who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
We use the Ferry at least 2 times a year and usually have a good experience. This time was no different, apart from next door having a small child (obviously teething) crying off and on most of the night. Otherwise out trip was good.
Reviewed 24 October 2016 by Lucyna who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"Return to the Past"
Travelling to the U.K. on my way to Northern Ireland to visit for the first time since 1982 this was the perfect start to my journey. Commodore DeLuxe is definitely the only way to travel. The tray of coffee and pastries was a very nice touch waiting in my room. The complimentary breakfast certainly seals the deal and the overnight sailing experience is the best way to travel.
Reviewed 16 October 2016 by David who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"Great Route For Caravans"
As we live local to North Shields, this is a great route to get us, our car and caravan to Europe. The ships are always clean and facilities excellent. We are even happy with the inside cabins as, to us, they feel more spacious than the outside cabins. on our most recent return we were given a 4 berth cabin on Deck 11 instead of the 2 berth. We have used both King and Princess several times and will continue to do so.
Reviewed 11 October 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
My trip was most enjoyable both going & returning to my holiday destinations. The buffet dinners were very good & the service was excellent as it also was for my breakfasts. The cabins were clean, warm & comfortable. The cabaret in the evenings were good with a little quiz & a game of bingo also on the return journey. I had no complaints at all & as this was my first time I would certainly use this ferry again. So relaxing too for the start of our hols.
Reviewed 05 October 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"Comfortable and pleasant experience"
DFDS seaway ships have comfortable cabins with pleasant lighting and comfortable beds. The choice of food in the restaurants was also good as well as the overall journey. There were no hiccups in a late check-in on our onward journey from Amsterdam to Newcastle and the cruises are very punctual on arrival. Overall, worth the experience and the value. Would recommend, especially if you want to avoid a long drive up the UK motorways.
Reviewed 20 September 2016 by Uma who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Liked - Ferries were punctual. Loading crew very professional. Cabins clean and comfortable with a good shower. The ship's layout were good and well sign posted. Disliked - Every thing on board was rather expensive. Staff on board hard to communicate with (language) and some could not be bothered. Having to pay an extra 10 Euros to use the wi-fi.This really irritated me. On the whole I would use DFDS again as the pros out weigh the cons.
Reviewed 18 September 2016 by Geoff who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"And enjoyable crossing"
My wife and I enjoyed the crossing to Newcastle very much, and were pleasantly surprised by the comfort of our berth. We both had a good time aboard and slept very well.
Reviewed 12 September 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Second trip across the channel and was very comfortable and no hassle at all. Thank you!
Reviewed 02 September 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
After 3 weeks abroad, the ferry was a nice break
Reviewed 29 August 2016 by Torben who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
A great start to the family travelling round Europe
Reviewed 13 August 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"Good service overall"
Good way to travel to Europe from northern parts of UK
Reviewed 05 August 2016 by DBV333 who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"Excellent trip !"
Travelled Newcastle - Amsterdam and thought it was a very good experience without a single hitch (in both directions). Very clean ship & excellent staff. Prices were a little steep but well worth it for the quality of the food & efficiency of the staff. Don't have any complaints at all & would definitely use this company / route again to get to mainland Europe.
Reviewed 01 August 2016 by David who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Good crossing efficient service.
Reviewed 21 July 2016 by Stephen who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
We had a 4 Berth outside cabin for two of us which was fine but I wouldn't like to see a family of four sharing this extremely compact space. We ate in the a la carte restaurant which was first class. However the layout of the ship is not easy for anyone with mobility problems as you continually have to go to deck 6 to access the public areas and our cabin was the opposite side of the ship to where we were parked so again had to go up 2 floors cross over on deck 6 and back down two floors.
Reviewed 14 July 2016 by Peter who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Great ferry crossings between Amsterdam and Newcastle. Clean and roomy cabin. Food on board good - a bit pricey perhaps. Left and arrived on time.
Reviewed 11 July 2016 by Michael who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Took the motorhome across more than happy with the price and service. Only inconvenience was the cabin on the return journey was on deck 4 . It was the noisiest shaky roon i have ever been in. Got no sleep at all . Had to go up a few decks and rest on the seats in the hallway. The outward & inward journeys were on the Princess. Price for the crossing was very reasonable.
Reviewed 04 June 2016 by Joe who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
"trip to amsterdam"
very enjoyable. highly recommended
Reviewed 17 April 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
Never any problems with booking or the trip. Enjoyable as usual.
Reviewed 16 April 2016 by Lucyna who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways
The ship is so big and cute! Good experience on the deck. The big ship is so stable that you wouldn't feel seasick at all. You can find pub, cinema and casino on cruises. But wifi could only be found on deck 8. Anyway, I would prefer to choose ferry to travel at next time and recommend it to friends!
Reviewed 09 April 2016 by Jiefei who travelled with DFDS Seaways on Princess Seaways