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Majestic Princess Departs on her Inaugural Sailing

3 minutes read • April 4th, 2017
This day has finally come! Brand new

Majestic Princess

departs on her inaugural sailing today – on April 4, 2017!
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Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises

Majestic Princess, the newest cruise ship constructed by Fincantieri for

Princess Cruises

, is ready to depart on her inaugural sailing! She will leave on 04/04 from Rome, Italy and spend 5 days in the Adriatic Sea calling at the ports of Kotor, Montenegro and of the island of Corfu, Greece.

After this sailing, Majestic Princess will set several Europe cruises from Rome, Italy, Barcelona, Spain and Athens, Greece. These voyages will last from 7 to 28 days, so each guest will get a great opportunity to explore the Princess Cruises new lady.

After the maiden season in Europe, Majestic Princess will be homeported in Shanghai, China. The ship will depart from Rome on May 21 and spend 49 (!) days sailing towards her homeport with stops at 22 ports. Majestic Princess is going to take her 1st voyage from Shanghai on July 11, 2017.

Princess Cruises authorities, travel agents, media representatives from all around the world, as well as loyal guests and others has already got the chance to see Majestic Princess and to sail on her. After a handover ceremony held on March 30, the vessel departed on her preview cruise.

Beautiful Majestic Princess has a tonnage of 143,000 GT and a capacity of 3,560 passengers, 19 decks and a great number of exciting onboard attractions. Glass walkway, Movies Under the Stars, 6 private karaoke suites – you’ll definitely fall in love with this ship! You can find more information about Majestic Princess and New Cruise Ships the World Will See in 2017

here

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Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises

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