The first of a new generation of Princess ships
The 3,600-passenger Royal Princess, named by the Duchess of Cambridge in Southampton on 13 June 2013, is the first of two new-generation ships for Princess being built by Fincantieri at their Monfalcone shipyard in Italy.
The new Royal Princess boasts some jaw-dropping new facilities
Some additional new features found aboard are
Also on her top decks, Royal Princess features a new adults-only pool surrounded by seven plush private cabanas that appear to be floating on the water, two additional pools, a dazzling water and light show, an expanded version of Princess’s signature adults-only haven, The Sanctuary, and the popular poolside theater, Movies Under the Stars.
Her sister. Regal Princess, joins the fleet in June 2014.
Operated by Princess Cruises
Built by Fincantieri Navali, Italy
Entered service: June 14, 2006
Gross tonnage: 141,000 tons
Passenger decks: 19
Cabins: 1,780 including
Speed: 22 knots
Three main dining rooms, Chef’s Table Lumiere, Wine Cellar dining, Sabatini’s Italian Restaurant, Crown Grill, gelateria, International Café, poolside pizza, hamburger and hot dog grill, ice cream bar, 24-hour room service; three swimming pools (one adult only, one inside), theater, Vista Lounge, television studio, bars, nightclub, cigar lounge; medical centre, duty-free boutiques, Movies Under the Stars poolside screen, Lotus Spa and Fitness Center, wedding chapel, casino,sports central, jogging/walking track, kids and teens centers, Internet Café, Photo/Video Gallery, library art gallery, duty-free boutiques, medical center
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