Princess Cruises has announced the name of its fifth Royal-Class ship. The new ship will be named Enchanted Princess and is expected to enter service in June 2020.
The 143,700 gross tonne Enchanted Princess and will be a sister vessel to Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Majestic Princess and Sky Princess, which joined the fleet in October 2019.
Princess Cruises has added tea and coffee making facilities to all guest staterooms on board the cruise line’s 2,670-guest Sapphire Princess.
The ship arrived in Southampton for the first time earlier this year following an extensive two-week refurbishment in dry dock in Singapore. Sapphire Princess offers no-fly cruises from Southampton until October 2018 and will return to Southampton offering cruises between April and October 2019.
Princess Cruises has proudly announced a new partnership with celebrity mixologist, Rob Floyd, who has crafted some exciting new signature cocktails for passengers to enjoy on board the cruise line’s fleet of 17 ships.
The changes and updates are one of the most significant to the cruise lines beverage menus.
Princess Cruises has unveiled new details revealing features on board its new ship Sky Princess, including a first look at its first-ever Sky Suites.
The exciting new class of suite accommodation are centrally located on the top deck of Sky Princess and feature the largest private balconies ever offered by the cruise line.
Princess Cruises has announced that it has signed a memorandum of agreement with the Italian shipyard Fincantieri to construct two next-generation cruise ships.
The new vessels will be 175,000 gross tonnes, making them the largest cruise ships in the Princess Cruises fleet. They will also be the largest cruise ships to be built at the Italian shipyard so far.
Princess Cruises 1996-built cruise ship Sun Princess has re-entered service following an extensive 14-day multi-million dollar dry dock in Singapore.
The refurbishment is part of the cruise line’s ‘Come Back New Promise’ which see a total fleet wide investment of over $450 million dollars. Sun Princess now offers passengers the newest on board enhancements and features the Princess Cruises new livery with the Sea Witch painted on the bow of the ship.
Princess Cruises has celebrated the fifth anniversary of its 3,560-passenger cruise ship, Royal Princess, which was christened in June 2013 by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge.
During the ship’s first five years of operation, Royal Princess has sailed over 600,000 nautical miles, visited 79 ports of call in some 23 countries and carried over 730,000 passengers.
Princess Cruises has announced its 2019-2020Caribbean cruise programme, which includes details about the debut of the cruise line’s newest ship, Sky Princess.
The brand new 143,700 gross tonne ship will be the fourth ship in the cruise line's successful Royal-class of ships, with sister ships Royal Princess, Regal Princess and Majestic Princess already in service. A fifth ship is expected to launch in November 2020.
The 2,670-passenger Sapphire Princess has arrived in Southampton to begin its summer season, following an extensive two-week refurbishment in Singapore.
Sapphire Princess spent 38 days cruising from Singapore, via the Indian Ocean and Europe visiting 17 ports of call before arriving in Southampton on 05 May 2018. It is the first time the cruise ship have ever visited Europe and the United Kingdom.
Princess Cruises has announced its 2020 world cruise on the 670-passenger Pacific Princess. The cruise will visit some 42 ports of call, 26 countries on five continents.
The 2020 World Cruise will depart Ft. Lauderdale on 05 January 2020. The 111-day voyage will offer a similar cruise to the 2019 World Cruise due to popular demand. During the cruise Pacific Princess will sail 34,287 nautical miles.