has just opened a new page of her story! A beautiful member of the
’ fleet has finally completed her dry dock!
Photo courtesy of Princess Cruises
Small and lovely Pacific Princess completed a 2-week long dry dock. The vessel entered the port of Fort Lauderdale surprising spectators with new stylish livery. 700 new beds, refurbishment of all the 336 cabins and several dining venues, updated Atrium and pool deck – this lady became even more elegant!
Princess Cruises renovated Sterling Steakhouse, Sabatini’s Restaurant, The Club Restaurant, and The Panorama Buffet. Now, these dining venues offer modern and comfortable spaces for your tasty dining experience and nice talks with your old and new friends.
When you get on the updated pool deck, you find yourself in a cozy garden-like place perfect for your days at sea. Stylish and convenient furniture, refreshing drinks, great pool, and breathtaking views of the boundless ocean – it seems to be an ideal mixture for your unforgettable vacation, isn’t it?
Currently, Pacific Princess is sailing towards the port of Saint-Pierre & Miquelon, Quebec, Canada as a part of her 18 Night Transatlantic Eastbound sailing. She’ll also visit several ports of Iceland and Scotland before coming to Dover, England on June 27. Don’t miss the arrival of the refurbished Pacific Princess! She's absolutely worth greeting her in the port! As well as sailing on her!
Then Pacific Princess will operate Europe, Mediterranean, Baltic, and the British Isles cruises. On November 23, the cruise liner will depart on the 29 Night Transatlantic Westbound sailing, and, after the 14 Night Eastern Caribbean voyage, she’ll take her guests on the mind-blowing 112 Night Round-The-World cruise. This adventure is scheduled to begin on January 5, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale.
Hold your breath and check all the Pacific Princess cruise itineraries here