Princess Cruises has announced that the Sea Princess will be getting an upgrade – and you’ll get to see all the new bells and whistles in November.
She’ll be sailing to Singapore for a 16-day refurbishment which will include new bedding, entertainment and dining. Now every cabin will be fitted with a Princess Luxury Bed which was developed by a US sleep expert, Dr Michael Breus.
The Sea Princess will have a new Movies under the Stars Screen. Guests will be treated to premium picture, with extreme wide-angel and advanced outdoor light sensors delivering double the image quality of the previous system.
Below deck, the spellbinding musical Encore will make its Sea stage debut, enticing a sophisticated evening of music and glamour. Directed and choreographed by world-renown creative director Danny Teeson, Encore celebrates the traditions of pop, opera, and musical theatre with fresh songs, elaborate costumes and stunning sets.
The Sea Princess will also have a new show, The Voice of the Ocean which will offer an unprecedented interactive in-show experience. Inspired by the highest-ranked TV show in the world, the show features live performances, professional mentors, blind auditions, charismatic judges and the iconic rotating chairs.
For younger cruisers, Sea Princess will boast three reimagined youth centres. In partnership with Discovery Channel, the centres are designed specifically for kids and teens as part Princess’ Discovery at Sea program.
Princess Cruises Vice President Australia and New Zealand Stuart Allison said “As part of our Come Back New promise, we are reimagining Sea Princess with impressive upgrades in dining, entertainment and bedding. We’ve also invested in delivering this promise to our youngest cruisers and their families by adding to youth and kids clubs.”
Sea Princess’ enhancement also sees a transformation of the Café’ Corniche menu to reflect classic Italian flavours. In addition, The Wheelhouse Bar will sport a revised décor and menu, inspired by the romance of the Victorian and Prohibition eras.
Sea Princess will sail from Brisbane to Sydney in early-November.
Fares for a 7-night cruise through Queensland and The Great Barrier Reef on Sea Princess departing Brisbane onFebruary 4, 2018 start from $999 per person twin share with a $50 onboard credit per person.
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