Caribbean Princess

Caribbean Princess is becoming more family-friendly


February 13, 2020 - The Caribbean Princess was last in dry dock in 2017. In June of this year, the premium cruise ship presented itself with a new entertainment area for families after a dry dock stay. It will also be equipped with the innovative Ocean Medallion technology.

The cruise line based in Santa Clarita, California Princess Cruises describes the Caribbean Princess, which Fincantieri delivered in 2004, as the “mother” of the fleet. The 290-meter-long ship, measured at 112.894 GT, has 1.556 cabins and, with double occupancy, offers 3.140 guests on board. On modern cruise ships, family friendliness is fundamental. To optimize what has been offered so far, the Caribbean Princess will be presenting itself in June of this year with a new entertainment area for families. In the Reef Family Splash Zone Families can enjoy a wide range of leisure options.

Caribbean Princess leaves Fort Lauderdale

Caribbean Princess leaves Fort Lauderdale


In the stern area, numerous water features and a so-called game zone will be installed on deck 17. Here children can measure themselves against each other or with their parents. The pool area is being renovated and below the splash zone on deck 16 the Camp Discovery set up. This offers a number of interactive experiences for young cruisers. Princess Cruises uses the services of the US entertainment group Discovery Inc.

Caribbean Princess - stern area - space for modifications

Caribbean Princess - stern area - space for modifications


87 cabins with connecting doors and suites with two bedrooms are being set up for families. The make-up meets the requirements for using the innovative Ocean Medallion Technique created. Their purpose is to easily find people on board the ship or to allow guests to communicate easily with each other via WLAN chat.

 

 

 

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