Crown Princess has arrived in Southampton to begin its spring and summer season in the UK and will be sailing around the British Isles on a series of 12-night voyages.
The 3,080-guest vessel has over 1,500 cabins, including nearly 900 balconies, and four swimming pools.
It has 19 decks; 18 restaurants, cafes and bars; and at a length of over 950 feet is around the size of three football pitches.
Crown Princess will feature the multi award-winning Ocean Medallion technology from July, the first UK-based ship to do so.
The medallion is intended to make every guest feel like a VIP and helps them relax and enjoy their cruise from the moment they are ready to step onboard.
The device is the same size as a ten pence piece and replaces more traditional cruise cards.
In September, Crown Princess will make her way to Fort Lauderdale for roundtrip Caribbean sailings.
The ship will return to the UK from May-November 2020, where she will sail from Southampton on a series of voyages to the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and northern Europe.