Princess unveils largest ever ship

Friday, 16 Sep, 2022 0

Princess Cruises today unveiled details of new ship, Sun Princess.

It is the brand’s largest-ever ship accommodating 4,300 guests.

Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard and scheduled to debut in February 2024, the 175,500-tonne vessel embraces Italian heritage with the Piazza and new feature ‘The Dome’, an entertainment space depicting the terraces of Santorini.

Sun Princess will also feature Princess Medallion service.

Sun Princess will sail an inaugural spring/summer season of Mediterranean cruises from February 2024 followed by Western and Eastern Caribbean voyages out of Port Everglades, Florida.

“Sun Princess is a new and bespoke ship platform, designed to simultaneously embrace Princess heritage while boldly pressing into the future,” said John Padgett, Princess Cruises president.

It, includes 50 suites and 100 connecting rooms, and more outdoor balcony space a.

Also launching exclusively on Sun Princess will be a new suite category, the Signature Collection.

Signature Collection suites include access to the Signature Restaurant, Signature Lounge, and Signature Sun Deck, a private area of The Sanctuary.

This is the third ship to be named Sun Princess.

A second Sphere-class ship is also on order, slated to be delivered in spring 2025.



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