Regal Princess (Princess Cruises)
Regal Princess is the second ship of four ordered by Princess Cruises. They are part of the largest ship-class in the Princess Cruises fleet.
The new Royal-class ships have taken the best from the Grand-class ships and added more of everything! They feature heavily with multiple luxurious restaurants, such as, Chef’s Table Lumiere, Sabatini’s Italian Restaurant and the Crown Grill – Steak and Seafood. Each ship has a new bespoke attraction called the SeaWalk – a glass-bottomed corridor that hangs over the side of the ship – allowing you to look directly down from the eighteenth deck to the sea below!
Regal Princess performs 7-day round-trip cruises from her homeport of Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean. Commonly calling at Princess Cruises’ private island Princess Cays.
Every one of the Regal Princess outside staterooms includes a balcony. Out of 1,780 staterooms there are only 342 based inside!
|Cruise Line: ||Princess Cruises |
|Status: ||In service |
|Ship size: ||Resort Ship |
|Ship class: ||Royal |
|Sister ships: || |
|Passengers: ||3,560 |
|Staterooms: ||1,780 |
|Total crew: ||1,346 |
|Ship length: ||330.0 m |
|Ship beam: ||38.6 m |
|Ship draft: ||8.5 m |
|Tonnage: ||141,000 |
|No. of decks: ||19 |
|Elevators: ||14 |
|Service speed: ||22.0 knots |
|Onboard currency: ||US Dollar |
|Registry port: ||Hamilton (Bermuda) |
|IMO number: ||9584724 |
|Call sign: ||ZCEK6 |
|Shipyard: ||Fincantieri Monfalcone |
|Build date: ||August 2012 |
|Build cost: ||$735 million USD |
|Entered service: ||May 2014 |