Princess Cruises have taken delivery of the 3,660-guest Sky Princess, the 18th ship its rapidly growing fleet, at an official handover ceremony at the Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy.
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MSC to lengthen Magnifica by 23 metres ahead of UK arrival
MSC Cruises have revealed that the MSC Magnifica will undergo a renovation and transformation that will add 23 meters to the ship. The extra space will deliver an additional 7,000 m2 of space to the ten eyar old ship – adding in 215 extra cabins, bringing the total number of balcony cabins to 63% of the overall ship. The renovation will…
Sky Princess completes sea trials
Princess Cruises has accomplished another major milestone in preparation for the launch of its newest ship, Sky Princess, by completing the vessel’s sea trials.
P&O Cruises cancel Dubai & Arabian cruises amid growing tension in region
P&O Cruises have cancelled their winter 2019/2020 Dubai and Arabian Gulf programme as tensions rise in the Strait of Hormuz. P&O had Oceana scheduled to serve the region in 2019 & 2020 but she will now be moved to serve European cruises from Southampton. The cruise line’s President, Paul Ludlow, issued a statement today explaining…
Sea Princess rescues three stranded sailors
Princess Cruises’ 2,000-guest cruise ship, Sea Princess, yesterday rescued three sailors who were forced to take to a life raft after their boat sank in the south Caribbean.
Explore South America and Antarctica with Princess Cruises
Princess Cruises has announced its full 2020-2021 South America and Antarctica programme. Two Princess ships have been assigned to the region, the 2,000-guest Coral Princess and 670-guest Pacific Princess.
Celebrity Millennium transformed by Celebrity Revolution – like a new ship
Celebrity Millennium has emerged from Celebrity’s Revolution programme like a brand new ship. After weeks of work and millions of dollars investment the much loved ship has a whole new look.
Royal Caribbean names its second Quantum-Ultra class ship ‘Odyssey of the Seas’
Friday 1st February 2019, Royal Caribbean announced the name of its upcoming second Quantum-Ultra class cruise ship – ‘Odyssey of the Seas’.