Enchanted Princess expected to start sailing Caribbean
By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva
Princess Cruises newest fleet member is ready to roll. The 3,660-passenger Enchanted Princess exchanged hands between Fincantieri shipyard and the company last week. Unlike the normally lavish ceremonies, this one streamed live with no guests in person.
If you’re keeping track, the Enchanted Princess it the 100th cruise ship built by Fincantieri. Actually the Crown Princess is the first ship, in1990, to propel the Italian shipbuilder into modern passenger vessel building.
Enchanted Princes mimics the evolution of the design platform used for her sister ships – Regal Princess, Royal Princess, Majestic Princess and the most recently introduced Sky Princess. Distinguishing features include new dining experiences and the most pools and whirlpool hot tubs afloat.
Enchanted Princess’s Wi-Fi at sea, MedallionNet™ is reputedly the fastest at sea. It’s also affordable with an access point in every stateroom, for streaming movies, shows, games and music. Not to mention connecting on social media sites and doing video chat from anywhere on the ship.
The ship’s Sky Suites indulge the senses with exclusive amenities such as an experience manager to tend to passenger needs. She is due to arrive in North American in December to start her Caribbean season. But we all know that during these unprecedented times that could change. But you still might to call Pavlus to ensure a booking at 800-528-9300. There’s nothing like sailing on a spanking, new ship, believe us.
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