Sea Princess’ dry­dock

Cruise Weekly - - NEWS -

PRINCESS Cruises’ Sea Princess has emerged from dry­dock in Sin­ga­pore.

The ves­sel is sport­ing the Princess Cruises logo on its bow, along with new en­ter­tain­ment and din­ing op­tions and cabin up­grades.

A new Movies Un­der the Stars screen has been fit­ted to the ship, and she now fea­tures the Encore mu­si­cal pro­duc­tion show and The Voice of the Ocean sing­ing com­pe­ti­tion, com­plete with a live band, coaches & swiv­el­ling red chairs.

The Princess The­atre has also been out­fit­ted with a new 15mx5m LED wall de­signed to greatly en­hance pro­duc­tion shows and three restau­rants have been re­fur­bished and now of­fer a new menu.

All cab­ins have re­ceived the Princess Lux­ury Beds and a new cat­e­gory of Club Class Mini- Suites with a re­served din­ing area is now avail­able.

Sea Princess has also be­come the third ship in the fleet to be fit­ted with a reimag­ined youth cen­tre, Camp Dis­cov­ery which in­cludes im­mer­sive ac­tiv­i­ties around na­ture and the ports of call vis­ited by the ship.

“The re-imag­ined Sea Princess em­barks on her first day at sea today, fol­low­ing a 16day re­fur­bish­ment flaunt­ing new opulence in bed­ding, en­ter­tain­ment and din­ing,” said Princess Cruises vice pres­i­dent Aus­tralia and New Zealand, Stu­art Allison.

“We’re look­ing for­ward to bring­ing her into Bris­bane on 03 Dec where she’ll kick start her new sum­mer home­port sea­son there com­plete with her new Camp Dis­cov­ery youth and kids clubs,” he said.

Sea Princess is pic­tured.

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