Life on board Regal Princess is about to get even cruisier with MedallionClass experiences to be fully activated on the ship by the time she departs for her Caribbean Season in February 2019.
The Princess OceanMedallion is a small wearable device that basically acts as a personal concierge for passengers.
Here are just a few of the things it can help guests with:
Fast ship boarding: guests who arrive at the terminal with travel documents uploaded to their profile will have a fast, personalised check-in process that starts their holiday with ease.
On-demand beverage delivery: Guests can order drinks via the device and have them delivered directly to them throughout the ship and even in their stateroom.
The best Wi-Fi at sea: Fast, reliable, affordable and unlimited. MedallionNet provides land-like speeds that allow guests to stay connected from anywhere on the ship.
Oh, and it’ll even unlock room doors as the person wearing the medallion approaches.
“Our guests have been absolutely wowed by OceanMedallion vacations on Caribbean Princess, and we are proud to roll-out the full Princess MedallionClass experience on Regal Princess starting early next year.”
President of Princess Cruises Jan Swartz
Regal Princess will be the second MedallionClass ship sailing in the Caribbean, with the system already active on board Caribbean Princess. There are plans in action for fleet-wide activation.
Princess Cruises’ Senior Vice President Asia Pacific, Stuart Allison, said this was great news for the Australian cruise industry.
“Australians are avid cruisers and we are excited that Regal Princess, which will be based from Sydney in the summer of 2020, will be the second ship in the fleet to be fully activated. Our guests can look forward to tailored experiences onboard that take service to the next level.”
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