Fifth Royal-class ship will be called Enchanted Princess
Princess Cruises has announced today that their next ship to join the fleet will be called Enchanted Princess.[xyz-ihs snippet=”bc-inarticle”]
The ship, due to sail in June 2020, is the fifth Royal-Class ship in the fleet. She will join Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Majestic Princess and Sky Princess (due in 2019). A sixth Royal-Class ship is set to debut in 2021.
Enchanted Princess is currently under construction at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone shipyard in Italy. The 143,700-ton ship will accommodate 3,660 passengers and offer multiple restaurants and cabin types. She’ll also feature all of your favourite Princess hallmarks including Movies Under The Stars, a glass Seawalk bridge and as well as some of the new features that have also been announced on Sky Princess such as the Sky Suite cabins. Check out the new Sky Princess renders released at the start of the month.
Bookings for Enchanted Princess start November 8th 2018 and will offer a series of European sailings.
Princess Cruises has a current fleet of 17 ships and five new ships on order including two LNG-powered ships due to be launched in 2023 and 2025. As the largest ships in the fleet, they will be in a class of their own with a passenger capacity of 4,300 each.[xyz-ihs snippet=”bc-inarticle”]