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Emerald Princess

Capacity
3,080
Crew
1,200
Tonnage
113 561
Length
951 ft (290 m)
First voyage
2007
Decks
15

Emerald Princess is a Grand-class cruise ship for Princess Cruises that entered service in April 2007. Her sister ships include Ruby Princess and Crown Princess. She features two nightclubs, a piazza-style atrium, multiple pools and hot tubs, a spa, and a gym. Unlike her earlier sisters such as Caribbean Princess, Emerald Princess does not have a disco overhanging the stern, but the same stern as her near-sisters Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess.

Emerald Princess launched from the Italian shipyard... Read more

Emerald Princess

Cruiseline: 
Capacity: 
3,080
Crew: 
1,200
Tonnage: 
113 561
Length: 
951 ft (290 m)
Beam: 
118 ft (36 m)
First voyage: 
2007
Decks: 
15

Emerald Princess is a Grand-class cruise ship for Princess Cruises that entered service in April 2007. Her sister ships include Ruby Princess and Crown Princess. She features two nightclubs, a piazza-style atrium, multiple pools and hot tubs, a spa, and a gym. Unlike her earlier sisters such as Caribbean Princess, Emerald Princess does not have a disco overhanging the stern, but the same stern as her near-sisters Diamond Princess and Sapphire Princess.

Emerald Princess launched from the Italian shipyard of Fincantieri Monfalcone on June 1, 2006. She was then handed over to Princess Cruises on March 24, 2007. Emerald Princess was christened on 13 May 2007, in Greece.

Service history

Emerald Princess began commercial service on 11 April 2007, offering 12-day Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises, and continued sailing Europe for Summer 2007. She was then repositioned in Fort Lauderdale in Fall to offer Caribbean cruises.

Refurbishment schedule

The vessel entered dry-dock on November 30, 2015, for 13 days of minor freshening renovations. The ship left dry-dock on December 13. Previously Emerald Princess underwent dry-dock renovations from December 7 through December 17, 2012.

 

Cruises

Emerald Princess is usually based in Europe in the summer and in the United States in the winter. Past itineraries have included 11-day cruises to Scandinavia & Russia from Copenhagen and Warnemuende near Rostock, 10-day cruises to Canada/New England from New York (replacing Crown Princess), and 10-day cruises to the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale. In 2014 she was based in Southampton for cruises to the Baltic, Mediterranean, and the fjords of Norway, as well as to the Canary Islands. She then repositioned to Houston for seven-day cruises to the western Caribbean in the winter 2014-15 season.

In April 2015 she was repositioned to Barcelona for cruises in the Mediterranean. In October 2015 she was repositioned to Fort Lauderdale for cruises to the Caribbean. In the southern hemisphere summer of 2016/17, she has relocated to Sydney, Australia as home base.

In the summer of 2017 the ship will do 7 night Alaska cruises.

In 2018, Emerald Princess will operate Alaska cruises from May to September. Then the ship will offer various sailings in the Middle East, Hawaii, Mexico, etc. 

 

Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
Emerald_Princess

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Attractions on Emerald Princess


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Michelangelo Dining Room

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Savor multi-course gourmet meals every day in an elegant dining room! From tantalizing appetizers to premium chops, delectable seafood to signature pastas and decadent desserts, the award-winning c...
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Gatsby's Casino

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In our Princess Casino, we offer the latest in exciting slots as well a wide range of slot machines. You can choose from video poker, slots and novelty machines – many of which have progressive jac...
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Shore Excursions

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The best way to get the information about shore excursions and to book your best one is just to ask us!
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Adagio

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Here you will find Italian cocktails which taste delicious with olives. Good place for pre or after dinner. Another feature is live music.

Chill Out

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Teens also like Jacuzzi! Take lounger and relax.
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Internet Cafe

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Perfect for those who like to stay in touch or need to manage their affairs on a daily basis in order to put their minds at ease. Help a passenger relax and fully enjoy their Princess vacation by g...

Casino Bar

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Here casino players and guests can learn a lot of interesting about their opponents. So be careful!
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Princess Theater Upper Level

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This ship's theater venues are designed with great acoustics, the best seats in the house, and stellar acts. The movies shown are all first-run feature-length films.
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SHARE by Curtis Stone

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This is an elegant, inviting restaurant dedicated to fresh culinary experiences that bring people together. Chef Stone’s exquisite menu features enticing charcuterie, composed salads, handmade past...
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Youth Center

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Our Youth Centers ages 3-12 are staffed by entertaining and experienced counselors, all of whom are dedicated and trained to make sure kids are having the best vacation ever.

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Welcome aboard amazing Emerald Princess ! She is a member of the Princess Cruises Grand-class and Ruby’s and Crown’s sister. This cruise liner was launched on Jun 1, 2006 and christened on the Mother’s Day May 13, 2007 in Athens, Greece. By the way, she got four beautiful godmothers: Florence...