Princes Cruises Reveals Details on New Royal-Class Ship

Sky Suites

Princes Cruises unveiled new details on its fourth and latest Royal-Class ship. Setting sail in October 2019, Sky Princess will offer two new Sky Suites, several new swimming options, an updated Sanctuary area and a new café.

The first of their kind, Sky Princess’ two Sky Suites will be located on the ship’s top decks. The suites’ balconies, at 700 square feet, will come out as the line’s largest yet. These balconies will provide plenty of space for hosting guests, as well as a private view of Sky PrincessMovie Under the Stars screen. The suites can sleep five passengers.

The Sky Princess will include a host of new pools: These new additions include a Wakeview pool on the aft decks, two deep-tank top deck pools, a Retreat Pool and more Jacuzzis than any other Royal-Class ship so far.


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In the ship’s redesigned Sanctuary area, Sky Princess will offer twice the number of private cabanas as other Royal-Class ships. Elsewhere, in the Princess Live venue, passengers can visit the ship’s new café, serving coffee and tea.

Sky Princess will set sail in October 2019. The new Royal-Class ship will start off traveling itineraries around the Mediterranean, visiting ports all around Greece, Italy and Spain. In November Sky Princess will depart from Spain for a 14-day trip to Ft. Lauderdale. From here, the ship will spend time traveling throughout the Caribbean.

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