Princes Cruises has unveiled the first wave of new features onboard Enchanted Princess. When the 3,660-guest Enchatned Princess joins the Princess fleet she will captivate guests with new suites, new dining options and a newly designed Sanctuary.
With a name referring to the elegance and style Princess Cruises is known for, Enchanted Princess, the fifth Royal-class ship will feature a list of new features that will appeal to guests looking for something new and exciting.
As with sister ship Sky Princess, which launches next year, Enchanted Princess will feature two new ‘Sky Suites’ centrally located on the top deck of the ship.
The 270-degree panorama staterooms will provide a private vantage point of the ship’s Movies under the Stars screen and create a large space for entertaining. The suites will accommodate up to five guests, making them ideal for families.
ENCHANTED DINING OPTIONS
The ‘Salty Dog Gastropub’ will be redesigned and screen sporting events. The pub wil continue to offer a range of premium-range food and drink including the award-winning ‘Ernesto Burger’.
Princess Cruises’ onboard Italian Trattoria, Sabatini’s, will be redesigned and incorporate new handmade pasta dishes prepared fresh every day.
ENCHANTED PUBLIC SPACES
The Princess Live TV studio and café, where guests can watch live entertainment, order drinks and light snacks, will be revamped with an art deco design.
Enchanted Princess will also feature a ‘Wakeview’ pool on its rear decks.
The ‘Sanctuary’, Princess Cruises’ top-deck adults only relaxation area, will be newly designed and house extra private cabanas.
After its naming ceremony in Southampton, in late June 2020, Enchanted Princess will head to the Mediterranean. The ship will offer summer sailings ranging between seven and 22 days from Barcelona, Athens and Rome.
Princess cruises currently has three new ships on order, with the next new ship, Sky Princess, under construction and scheduled for delivery in October 2019. The arrival of Enchanted Princess will be followed by the debut of the sixth Royal-Class vessel for Princess Cruises in 2022. Princess has also announced two new (LNG) ships which will be the largest ships in the Princess fleet, accommodating approximately 4,300 guests with expected delivery in 2023 and 2025. Princess now has five ships arriving over the next six years between 2019 & 2025.
For more information or to book visit www.princess.com.