Posted by: Andrew | March 3, 2009

Princess Cruises partners with Klutz Crafts for Kids Fun at Sea

This is a major development announced from Princess Cruises that will make time spent on board even more fun, especially if you or your kids are in to crafts. This year is all about enriching the cruise experience and this is an excellent example of how Princess is trying to bring you new and innovative ways to fully benefit from your cruise experience with them. And the best news is that the program is fleet wide. You will have the same opportunity to enjoy this new activity option whether you are taking a cruise to Alaska, Europe, or the Caribbean. You will find it on their small ships as well as their large ships…a real plus as the small ships do not always offer the intensive activity options that the large ones do…so we’re glad to see they did not leave the small ships out of this program. To find out which Princess cruise has the best rate for the destination you have in mind take a look at the entire year and all destinations that we have prepared for you on our Princess Cruises Cruise Calendar. Once you have some idea of where you would like to go give us a call to get the most current pricing. We do a HUGE business with Princess have many offers we can advertise on the web. We’d love to help you find the right destination and ship for you!
Princess Executives Present Distinct Features Found Aboard the Line’s Small Ships

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (February 25, 2009) – Princess Cruises has teamed with Klutz®, an innovative publisher of

award-winning activity books for children, to provide high-quality arts and crafts projects for young passengers and their families while onboard. Klutz and Princess Cruises collaborated to develop custom-built kits designed to engage young cruisers in fun and creative activities. Unique in the cruise industry, the new activities are available fleetwide.

Children sailing aboard Princess ships will have the opportunity to participate in up to seven Klutz activities during their cruise. Kids will be able to build their own storybooks; create lanyard bracelets; make “picture tags” for charm bracelets, luggage tags, or pet I.D.s; create fuzzy masterpieces with Velvet Art; craft paper flowers, weave friendship bracelets; or make Thumb Doodle thumbprint art.

The new Klutz activities are offered for young passengers of all ages, and are scheduled during the youth center’s regular activities or during the ship’s family fun fair in the atrium, where all family members can join in the creative fun.

“Our onboard passenger experience is designed to offer many inventive programs to engage passengers of all ages,” said Jan Swartz, Princess executive vice president. “And these fun craft projects from Klutz are a wonderful addition to our diverse activities available for kids and teens.”
“We are honored and very excited to be working with Princess Cruises,” said Mark Judge, vice president of international and special markets for Klutz. “By inviting Klutz onboard, Princess Cruises has demonstrated its commitment to providing kids with a rich and memorable cruise experience.”

Princess Youth and Teen Programs provide state-of-the-art youth center facilities and an array of activities to keep kids and teens entertained. Young passengers enjoy a wide range of fun events for ages 3 to 17, supervised by a dedicated staff of youth activity professionals. The program offers three distinct, age-specific programs – Princess Pelicans (ages 3-7), Shockwaves (ages 8-12) and Remix (ages 13-17). Each group features an age-appropriate schedule, often with separate facilities. The program includes a number of special features, including Science on the Seas activities from the award-winning California Science Center, Yoga for Kids, and a Jr. CHEF@Sea program.

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