Princess Cruises floats out its fifth Royal-class shipVanessa Wu·8 Aug 2019News·0 Comments·0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The Enchanted Princess, the fifth Royal-class ship was floated out for the first time at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy yesterday. Princess Cruises held a ceremony at the shipyard for this major construction milestone and it also marks the start of a new phase of construction. The focus will now be shifted to outfitting all the interior spaces such as cabins, public lounges and more. #EnchantedPrincess touched water for the first time today in the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. We can’t wait for her full debut in June 2020! ⚓️ #PrincessCruises #ComeBackNew pic.twitter.com/OPuyLhQ44Q — Princess Cruises (@PrincessCruises) August 6, 2019 She is the second ship that is built for MedallionClass and will also feature MedallionNet, the largest balcony at sea in the Sky Suite, Take 5 Jazz Theater, a digitally enhanced escape room and more. The Enchanted Princess will be making her debut in June 2020 and will be sailing a range of cruises in the Mediterranean. The 3,600-passenger vessel is a sister ship to Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Majestic Princess and the Sky Princess which is going to enter service in just a few months.