|Majestic Princess, which will be based in China after a short opening season in Europe next year.Will showcase the exclusive Princess Class experience enhanced with features designed specifically for Chinese travelers. Befitting her dedication to the Chinese market, Majestic Princess will also carry a Chinese name on the hull,|
Registered Owner: Carnival Corp.&Plc. - USA - Operator: Princess Cruise Lines Ltd. - USA
Entered service: 2017 – Gross tonnage: 143.700 - Pass. lower beds: 3560 - All berths: 4200 - Passenger decks: 14 -Length: 330,1 m. - Beam: 38,4 m. - Drive : 4 diesel engines make: Wärtsilä type 2x12V46F and 2x14V46F - Total installed power: 62.400 kW.at 600 rpm. - Propulsion: by 2 SAM Electronics electric motors 2 fixed propellers power each 18.000 kW. at 133-142 rpm. - Service speed 18 knots - Max.speed 22 knots - Built: Fincantieri - Italy - Yard no.6232 - Flag: Bermuda - Classification: Lloyds Register of Shipping
Sisterships: Royal Princess (2013) - Regal Princess (2014) - Sky Princess (2019) - Enchanted Princess (2020) - Discovery Princess (2021)
|Passenger space ratio all berths: 34,21|
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Majestic will showcase the exclusive Princess Class experience enhanced
with features designed specifically for Chinese travelers
May 2017 Princess Cruises has announced that the Majestic Princess, will be based in Sydney over the 2018-2019, and will not be year-round in China as previously announced. As well, in 2018, Princess will move the Sapphire Princess out of the Chinese market and re-deploy the ship to Europe.The Majestic Princess will be the largest Princess ship ever to sail in Australian waters, with her deployment confirming the cruise line’s popularity amongst Australian and New Zealand cruisers, said Princess, in a statement. She will offer cruises in Europe and China before heading south to Sydney where she will be homeported from September 2018 through to March 2019, when she will return to China.
Perhaps the potential of the Chinese market is less than imagined!
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