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SANTA CLARITA, Calif., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Princess has taken vacation planning to a new level with the launch of the cruise industry's first-ever interactive eBrochures. These innovative eBrochures make researching a Princess vacation easier than ever with clickable links to take the reader directly to the information they're seeking.

Offered exclusively by Princess, eBrochures offer a clickable table of contents, interactive deck plans, a built-in search function, custom printing of selected pages, the ability to zoom in on maps and deck plans, and direct links to detailed content on princess.com. The brochures can be downloaded directly from princess.com with Adobe Acrobat. Currently the 2005 Alaska brochure is available for download, and the remainder of Princess' 2005-06 brochures will soon be posted for instant e-browsing.

"Our eBrochures offer an even better way to research and plan a Princess cruise," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales. "And they assure that users always have the most up-to-date information by linking directly to our website. No other cruise line offers its customers such a powerful way to access the information they need to plan the perfect vacation."

Princess eBrochures include a number of easy-to-use features: * Easy Navigation with Quick Links -- Users can navigate easier by clicking directly on each Table of Contents entry to go quickly to the section they want. Other linked sections in the brochures will take users directly to fare information and sailing dates. * Online Information Access -- Passengers are assured of always having access to the most up-to-date information, with direct links to Princess' website. Cruise departure dates link directly to additional information about that sailing, and itineraries jump directly to online port information. * Interactive Deck Plans -- Instead of the static deck plans of a standard brochure, with eBrochure users can use Adobe Acrobat tools to zoom up close, and access descriptive stateroom information online. * Built-in Search Features -- Users can search eBrochure by keyword or can zoom in on maps and deck plans using Adobe Reader's built-in features. * Custom Printing -- Rather than printing the full brochure, with eBrochures users can print only the pages they want, making the planning process fast and focused.

Princess' eBrochures can be found in princess.com's Downloads section, which also offers downloadable desktops, screen savers, slide shows and icons.

Princess.com, the line's comprehensive web site, offers a wealth of information about Princess ships, destinations and schedules. Whether a user is new to cruising, an experienced cruiser or is booked and ready to set sail, the site provides the tools and resources to plan a voyage or just relive the excitement. The site's vacation-planning features include detailed destinational information with virtual visits through stunning 360-degree photography, full shore excursion listings, ship tours and deck plans. In addition members of Princess Captain's Circle past passenger program can register preferences and track their accounts online.

More information about Princess eBrochures is available is available from princess website at http://www.princess.com/downloads/ebrochures.html.'>http://www.princess.com/downloads/ebrochures.html. Additional information about Princess products and schedule is available through a professional travel agent, by calling 1-800-PRINCESS, or by visiting the company's website at [url=http://www.princess.com/]http://www.princess.com/

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