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Princess reveals features for Enchanted Princess

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Princess Cruises has unveiled a range of features onboard the 3,660-guest Enchanted Princess, which launches in 2020.

As with sister ship Sky Princess, which arrives next year, Enchanted Princess will have two Sky Suites located on the top deck.

The 270-degree panorama staterooms will provide a private vantage point of the ship’s Movies under the Stars screen and create a large space for entertaining. The suites can accommodate up to five guests.

The ship will also include a redesigned Salty Dog Gastropub; Sabatini’s speciality restaurant, Princess Cruises’ onboard Italian Trattoria; an art deco design for The Princess Live TV studio and café; a Wakeview pool on its rear decks and a top-deck Sanctuary, Princess Cruises’ adults-only relaxation area.

The vessel will hold its naming ceremony in Southampton in late June 2020, making it the first Princess ship to be named in the UK since Royal Princess in 2013.

Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “With the launch of Enchanted Princess in Southampton and our continued commitment to enhancing the range of features onboard our growing fleet of ships, this is an exciting time for Princess Cruises as we constantly strive to appeal to passengers looking for something new and exciting, both in terms of onboard offerings and destinations.”

Enchanted Princess will sail to the Mediterranean for summer 2020, offering sailings ranging from seven and 22 days from Barcelona, Athens and Rome.

Cruises go on sale on November 8 at 5pm.

In addition, bookings for 2020 voyages to southern and northern Europe that depart from Southampton, on the UK-based ships Crown Princess and Island Princess, can be made from November 8 at 9am.

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