Princess Cruises’ newest ship to sail Europe before China

Meanwhile, Regal Princess returns to Scandinavia and Russia
Princess Cruises’ newest ship Majestic Princess will begin her maiden season with a number of European sailings before it heads to China where it will homeport, TTG Digital reports.
The 3,560-passenger ship will launch in April 2017 and sail five to 28-day Mediterranean voyages from Barcelona, Athens and Rome before heading to China in July.
The line’s two recent additions to its fleet – Royal Princess and Regal Princess – will also be based in Europe in 2017.
Royal Princess will feature new 11-day Grand Mediterranean and 10-day Western Mediterranean sailings, combinable for a 21-day Grand Mediterranean Collection.
Regal Princess, which launched last year, returns to northern Europe for cruises to Scandinavia and Russia with an overnight stay in St Petersburg.
Princess Cruises will also feature its largest British Isles season, with 12 departures on the 3,140-guest Caribbean Princess, including last-night stays in Edinburgh for the Military Tattoo on select sailings.
TTG Digital


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