Princess Cruises floats out fifth Royal-class ship


Princess Cruises floated out the Enchanted Princess, the line’s fifth Royal-class ship, at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy on Tuesday.

Princess Cruises held a ceremony at the shipyard for this major construction milestone and it also marks the start of a new phase of construction.

The focus will now be shifted to outfitting all the interior spaces such as cabins, public lounges and more.

She is the second ship that is built for MedallionClass and will also feature MedallionNet, the largest balcony at sea in the Sky Suite, Take 5 Jazz Theater, a digitally enhanced escape room and more.

The two new Sky Suites are located on the top deck of the ship and will offer a 270 degree panoramic view as well as a private vantage point for the ship’s Movies under the Stars screen.

The Enchanted Princess will be making her debut in June 2020 and will be sailing a range of cruises in the Mediterranean.

The 3,600-passenger vessel is a sister ship to Royal PrincessRegal PrincessMajestic Princess and the Sky Princess which is going to enter service in just a few months.