Royal Princess Review
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Princess Cruises introduced an all new—and their largest—class of ships with the launch of Royal Princess in 2013. Filled with signature features, the larger size affords more space for expansive public areas both inside and out. After her christening by godmother, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Princess is set to alternate itineraries seasonally in the Mediterranean and Caribbean.
The largest ships in the fleet introduce some exciting new innovations—including a SeaWalk that extends from the side of the ship on the line’s largest pool deck with views 128 feet straight down—and signature features that have been expanded from other ships, including an even larger atrium with more entertainment and casual dining options. The top-deck pool features a water and light show, a 30% larger Movies Under the Stars screen, and poolside cabanas that appear to float on the water.
While the adults-only Serenity Deck has its own pool, families will find more amenities designed especially for children and teens that include expanded space for youth centers with dedicated outdoor areas, including a new teen lounge. Toddlers can also join the fun with a special play area just for kids under age three.
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