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Majestic Princess sets sail for Shanghai after Singapore debut

Majestic Princess, the newest ship to join the Princess Cruises fleet, has embarked on her first cruise to Shanghai having completed a 28-day voyage to herald a ground-breaking life in China.

Her departure followed her made her maiden call to Singapore, berthing at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre and marking the completion of her relocation cruise to the Far East which had started in in Rome on 21 May.

Majestic Princess in Singapore
Majestic Princess cuts a fine figure on her arrival in Singapore

More than 3,000 guests disembarked in Singapore with another new batch of over 3,000 guests embarking the ship to start a 21-day voyage to Shanghai, making eight stops along the way including Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, Xiamen, Hong Kong, Yokohama, Osaka and Incheon (Seoul).

Some guests have opted to sail the entire “Silk Road Sea Route”, a 49-day journey that started in Rome and ends in Shanghai on 9 July with 22 stops along the way.

“We are thrilled for Majestic Princess to call at Singapore,” said Farriek Tawfik, Director of Southeast Asia, Princess Cruises. “The ship is fully booked with guests from across the world. We are delighted these guests have shown great enthusiasm in wanting to sail on our new ship to try out her exciting new features which deliver an exceptional cruise experience.”

Majestic Princess will offer two new 14-Day Grand Asia voyages sailing from Shanghai to Singapore on 25 February and Singapore to Shanghai on 11 March, 2018. Majestic Princess will also begin her deployment in Australia from September 2018 to March 2019 after which she will return to China.

Posted on 19th June 2017 at 04:14 pm in Cruise News | Cruise Ships | Cruise Lines | Princess Cruises |

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