Princess Cruises’ new MedallionClass is set to roll out on Regal Princess early 2019 after a successful launch on Caribbean Princess.
The MedallionClass brings a futuristic guest experience with a complimentary smart wearable device, OceanMedallion, that can be worn as a wristband, pendant, clip or simply make friends with the other bits and bobs in your pocket.
Princess Cruises’ Senior Vice President Asia Pacific, Stuart Allison, say that guests can look forward to tailored experiences onboard that “takes service to the next level”.
The personalised service starts at home when you upload your travel documents to your profile pre-cruise to enjoy fast ship boarding.
Other features of the Princess MedallionClass include a keyless stateroom entry, on demand beverage delivery throughout the ship, Wi-Fi with land-like speeds and smart payment feature, MedallionPay.
Guests will also have access to apps that will transform their smart devices to an OceanCompass that will help them with point-to-point navigation onboard, a game controller for interactive gaming, stream more than 100 hours of award-winning travel shows and even go on a ship wide digital scavenger hunt.
The OceanMedallion won the 2019 Innovation Award for its leading-edge technology that delivers personalised service through enhanced guest-crew interactions as well as interactive entertainment.
“Our guests have been absolutely wowed by OceanMedallion vacations on Caribbean Princess, and we are proud to roll-out the full Princess MedallionClass experience on Regal Princess starting early next year,” said Jan Swartz, President of Princess Cruises.
The MedallionClass will be full activated for Regal Princess’ Caribbean Season starting February 17, 2019.
She will also be deployed in Sydney for her maiden Australian season from December 2020 to April 2021.
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