Count­down on for Ma­jes­tic Princess

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TO­MOR­ROW marks one year un­til Princess Cruises’ 3,560-pas­sen­ger Ma­jes­tic

Princess sails into Syd­ney. The 330m-long ves­sel will be the largest Princess ship to sail in Aus­tralian wa­ters when it ar­rives on Sat 15 Sep 2018. Dur­ing the 2018/19 sea­son,

Ma­jes­tic Princess will of­fer 16 cruises to des­ti­na­tions in­clud­ing Fiji, New Zealand and Tas­ma­nia as well as two po­si­tion­ing voy­ages be­tween Shang­hai and Syd­ney, and Syd­ney and Hong Kong.

“Ma­jes­tic Princess is noth­ing short of mag­nif­i­cent and her ar­rival high­lights Princess’ per­pet­ual pop­u­lar­ity with Aus­tralian and New Zealand cruis­ers,” said Stu­art Al­li­son, vice pres­i­dent Aus­tralia & New Zealand, Princess Cruises.

“The count­down of­fi­cially be­gins, in just twelve months we’ll be wel­com­ing our new­est, most stylish and most lux­u­ri­ous flag­ship to our shores,” he said.

The ves­sel of­fers 13 din­ing op­tions, in­clud­ing two restau­rants with menus de­signed by Miche­lin star chefs – Har­mony by chef Richard Chen and La Mer by chef Em­manuel Re­naut. More than 80% of Ma­jes­tic

Princess’ 1,780 state­rooms in­clude bal­conies.

Ma­jes­tic Princess was tai­lor­made for the Chi­nese mar­ket and of­fi­cially named by Chi­nese bas­ket­ballers Yao Ming & Ye Li in Jul ( CW 11 Jul).

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