After successful sea trials, the ship is now back at the Fincantieri shipyard for further finishing.
Enchanted princess will be the fifth ship in Princess Cruises’ line of royal class ships, Royal princess, royal princess, majestic princess, and Sky Princess.
A fifth ship, Discovery of the princess, should be delivered in November 2021.
Enchanted princess will carry up to 3,660 passengers and 1,346 crew members and was originally scheduled to sail in 2020.
However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, its earliest dates and completion are still pending.
The ship will offer features such as the largest balcony at sea, a Vegas style casino, Princess Theater and compatible with OceanMedallion.
Six specialty restaurants and 12 free restaurants are also available to guests, as well as numerous swimming pools, bars and Princess Live – a space dedicated to shows and special guests.
Once completed, the ship will sail on routes through the western and eastern Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and the Atlantic, the Adriatic and the Aegean.
The crossings will be seven, 14, 21 days or 22 days, and many are available for agents and passengers to book now.
In other news, Princess Cruises recently announced major deployment changes for its 2021 summer cruises in Alaska and Europe.
The cruise line announced the changes yesterday (July 8), revealing that Majestic Princess, The 3,500 passenger ship on the line will begin its first season in Alaska starting in the summer of 2021, while Regal Princess will come back to Europe.
Passengers will discover Majestic Princess for the first time in Alaska, the cruise ship replacing the Alaskan veteran, Regal Princess.
Majestic will resume Royal“Seattle Inside Passage” departures published from May to September 2021, all except Regal Princess‘departure scheduled for May 4, 2021. This race will be canceled.