If you ever thought cruising had met its onboard limitations, Princess Cruises just proved you wrong with a suite of new features onboard its newest Royal Class ship, Sky Princess.

That’s right, it’s a Princess Cruises Royal Class ship, just like Regal Princess, which was just confirmed for its first deployment in Sydney in 2020 – click here to read about it.

Princess Cruises revealed at the World Leading Cruise Line Summit where KARRYON is reporting live from this week, that the newest ship will have a range of new features when she sets sail in the Mediterranean and Caribbean from October and December 2019.

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Newly announced features include a redesigned Sanctuary, counting more private cabanas than ever before, and a new entertainment offering – the Take Five jazz lounge.

These features join the previously confirmed Sky Suites, top-deck Wakeview and Retreat pools, additional on-deck Jacuzzis, specialty dining restaurant Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria and the inclusion of Princess’s award-winning Lotus Spa and Enclave.

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Other features include The Sky Suites – a new accommodation option offering more living space and boasting Princess’s largest balcony at sea with 270-degree views and special services provided by the nearby Sanctuary’s Serenity Stewards.

The ship also has award-winning entertainment offerings, including new jazz lounge Take Five as well as world-class dining with more than 25 restaurants and bars onboard such as World Fresh Marketplace, Crown Grill and Crafted by Curtis Stone.

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Woohoo, who’s excited?!

 

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