Princess Cruises has refurbished the 2,000-guest Sun Princess during a two-week refit in Singapore. The multi-million-pound enhancements include a redesigned youth centre, new premium staterooms and upgraded onboard shopping.
Princess Cruises has completed an extensive two-week refit of its 2,670-guest Sapphire Princess cruise ship, which will sail out of Southampton this year and in 2019.
Princess Cruises’ 2,600-guest vessel, Star Princess, has received a multi-million-pound renovation. After a two-week dry dock, the refurbished ship now boasts improvements including redesigned youth centres, a wider choice of shopping, an enhanced spa and an updated fitness centre.
Princess Cruises has seen a major increase in UK guests booking Japan cruises. Next year’s bookings are up by over 75 per cent on the same time last year, which represents one of the highest periods of growth since Princess started sailing to Asia in 1987.
Pacific Princess, Princess Cruises’ smallest ship, has received a multi-million pound renovation.
The biggest Princess Cruises’ ship to sail local waters this summer - the 3082-guest Emerald Princess - is now on her way down under after departing from Southampton. In a voyage reminiscent of the line voyages of last century, the 113,000-tonne superliner will spend the next 48 nights sailing across four continents from Italy to India via the Suez Canal and south through Asia en route to her new home in Australia.
Carnival Corporation has announced that the new ship currently under construction for Princess Cruises will be based in China year-round when introduced in summer 2017. Based in Shanghai, the ship will be the first year-round international luxury vessel designed and built specifically for Chinese guests. The as-yet-unnamed ship is being built at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, and will carry approximately 3,600 guests on a variety of itineraries, to be announced at a later date.
Princess Cruises, the Official Cruise Line of the Seattle Seahawks has announced the players and alumni joining the “Sail with the 12s – A Seahawks Fan Cruise,” offering fans the exclusive opportunity to hear players talk about off-season moves, the 2015 game schedule and their favorite memories as a Seahawk
Princess Cruises has announced it will home port five ships to ports in Australia to sail the cruise line’s largest-ever program offering in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific for the 2016-2017 season.
The newest ship to join the Princess Cruises fleet, Regal Princess, arrived in Venice today to welcome guests on its maiden voyage.
Today Princess Cruises announced its 2015-2016 Americas cruise itineraries including Caribbean, Canada and New England, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaiian Islands and West Coast cruises. The array of cruise vacations departing from U.S. ports range from three to 28 days and go on sale May 13.
Regal Princess has accomplished another major milestone in preparation for her May 20th debut, with the completion of her sea trials. The new cruise ship set out to sea from her construction dock at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, and was put through her paces with a series of manoeuvres to test her propulsion, steering and navigational equipment.