Caribbean Princess Leaves Drydock with Host of New Features

Caribbean Princess has successfully emerged from a three-week drydock, which outfitted the ship with new features that are already on display on Princess' newer ships. The ship now offers the street-café atmosphere of the piazza-style atrium with its International Café and Vines, the wine, seafood and cheese bar; the adults-only Sanctuary, seven new suites and a more centrally located casino. Work is also nearly complete on a new Crown Grill steak and seafood restaurant.

These spaces have previously debuted on Crown Princess, Emerald Princess and Ruby Princess over the last three years, and are being added to other ships, including Golden Princess in May.

Caribbean Princess' new atrium now features the specialty coffees, fresh baked cookies and pastries, paninis and tapas of the International Café. Also new is the Vines wine bar, which offers a selection of more than 30 wines by the glass.

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