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Diamond Princess shows off her new look in Singapore

Diamond Princess has emerged from dry dock in Singapore with brand new livery design featuring Princess Cruises’ iconic logo on the ship’s hull.

She is the third ship in the fleet after Royal Princess and Majestic Princess, which has just debuted, to feature the new livery.

Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess shows off her new slivery in Singapore

Diamond Princess is also the first Princess ship to display the new livery design in Asia, and has embarked on a 14-day repositioning cruise where she will call at several destinations such as Nha Trang, Hong Kong, Taipei and Osaka before reaching her final destination of Yokohama where she will begin her homeporting season on 20 April.

The ship previously underwent $30m dry dock in Singapore in 2014 where it was fitted with the largest Japanese bath at sea featuring a 8,800 sq-ft bath and garden complex.

Posted on 10th April 2017 at 11:45 am in Cruise News | Cruise Ships | Cruise Lines | Princess Cruises |

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