The PS Murray Princess is a luxurious and iconic paddle steamer situated on the Murray River in South Australia.
Launched in 1988, this vessel offers three decks of accommodation for 120 passengers in 60 cabins and travels at six knots. The ship offers a wonderful array of amenities and cabins spread across five spacious decks.
At 67 metres long, the Murray Princess is the largest operational paddle steamer that sails on the Murray.
Accommodation includes a multi-roomed upper deck with panoramic views of the river as you cruise. On board activities include live music and entertainment, dinner cruises, fishing excursions, nature walks, bird-watching tours, and more.
With an eventful history, the PS Murray Princess continues to serve as a sustainable heritage attraction while providing quality on board experiences.
For those who want to explore more ashore, there are plenty of excursions available. The PS Murray Princess is your gateway to a magical journey down one of Australia's most enchanting waterways.
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The Murray Princess River Cruise Ship sails through the stunning landscapes of South Australia and takes guests on a 3-night adventure between Mannum and Murtho, along the mighty Murray River.
The Murray Princess is fully equipped with a range of modern amenities for your enjoyment including air-conditioned cabins, spacious sundecks, bar/lounge areas and onboard entertainment.
You can enquire about booking a cabin aboard the Murray Princess by visiting our website or calling our customer service team directly. They offer comprehensive packages that include accommodation, meals and other activities during your journey.
Yes, free Wi-Fi access is available on board.
The PS Murray Princess offers a range of modern, comfortable and well-appointed cabins for every budget. There are three sizes of cabin—Solo/Twin, Double, and Family—each with air-conditioning and an en suite bathroom. Each cabin also has a TV and direct dial telephone.
Yes, safety is a top priority on the PS Murray Princess and all passengers must adhere to strict rules relating to life jackets and adherence to Australian Maritime Regulations. As part of their commitment to passenger safety, staff members are trained in such areas as fire suppression and prevention, first aid and CPR.