First Look: Princess Cruises Is Adding 3 New Ships

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In the past six years, Princess Cruises has set sail to three of its Royal Class ships. In the coming years, Princess will achieve another ambitious goal and inaugurate three more iconic ships. Each will feature its own twist and flare elegantly with new accommodations, activities, and dining options.

Sky Princess will be the first to embark on a journey in October 2019 with destinations in the Caribean and Mediterranean. It will be the first to feature the brand new Sky Suites. Located at the very top of the ship, the suites can house up to 5 guests and have a 270-degree view from the balcony, the largest at sea. Appreciate jazz music through the years in the brand new Take Five lounge, furnished perfectly to create an elevated atmosphere.

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Debuting June 2020 in Europe is Enchanted Princess. Aboard are some of the best dining opportunities like La Mer, a French bistro crafted by 3-Michelin star chef, Emmanuel Renaut. Enchanted Princess will be the second to feature The Sanctuary, an adults-only spa where you can find ultimate relaxation. This Princess ship will also be the host of multiple Top Deck themed parties, with drinks, dancing, and live music!

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The sixth and final Royal Class ship is not named yet but it will embark during the fall of 2021. Like its sister ships, it will be a MedallionClass ship and include some of the same highlights as before but better. Plus, new adventures that will make your stay on board memorable. We can’t wait to see how Princess Cruises surprises us with this upcoming ship!

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Undoubtedly, the three vessels will be full of world-class entertainment only Princess Cruises can provide. We hope you are as excited as we are with these new ships, and that you get a chance to enjoy a brand new Princess experience.

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