The Majestic Princess is the newest and largest addition to the Princess Cruises premiere fleet and is equipped with just about anything you'd ever want to do while on holiday.
You can practice your golf swing, shoot some hoops, hit the gym, explore the fine art gallery, sing your heart out with karaoke, or even get married.
But you can also learn how to make poi and do the haka as part of Princess Cruises 'Across the Ditch' programme, designed to showcase Māori culture to those onboard.
The Majestic Princess has two Michelin star restaurants, Harmony by Chef Richard Chen and La Mer by Chef Emmanuel Renaut.
The ship has a height of 68m and is 330m long, and weighs in at 143,700 tonnes. The crew onboard told Newshub Travel that's the equivalent of 87,909,091 bags of pineapple lumps.
We'll take their word for it.
The Majestic Princess can host 3560 guests, each paying around $2600 per person twin share for a 12 night cruise.
About the only thing you won't find aboard the Majestic Princess, is boredom.