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April 17, 2005

Princess to Name Next 'Gem' Emerald Princess

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Princess to Name Next 'Gem' Emerald Princess

Sister Ship to Crown Princess and Caribbean Princess will Debut in Spring 2007

SANTA CLARITA, CA - Princess Cruises' next new ship will be named Emerald Princess when she debuts in Spring 2007. Sister ship to Caribbean Princess and the upcoming Crown Princess, the 116,000-ton vessel will be constructed at Italy's Fincantieri shipyards.

"We're very pleased to be able to welcome another sparkling gem to our fleet," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales. "Emerald Princess will continue the hallmark Princess features that have made our Grand Class of ships so popular among passengers."

Emerald Princess will include the many innovations that define the Princess experience, including the dramatic Movies Under the Stars poolside movie screen, multiple dining and entertainment options, Personal Choice Dining featuring traditional or Anytime seating, a variety of alternative restaurants, a relaxing Asian-style Lotus Spa with fitness center, an extensive children and teen's center, a wedding chapel and nearly 900 staterooms with private balconies.

Details about the ship's inaugural season deployment will be announced soon. For additional Princess information, contact #1-800-738-8837.

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Posted by Denise at April 17, 2005 09:29 PM

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April 17, 2005

Princess to Name Next 'Gem' Emerald Princess

diamondprincess.jpg

Princess to Name Next 'Gem' Emerald Princess

Sister Ship to Crown Princess and Caribbean Princess will Debut in Spring 2007

SANTA CLARITA, CA - Princess Cruises' next new ship will be named Emerald Princess when she debuts in Spring 2007. Sister ship to Caribbean Princess and the upcoming Crown Princess, the 116,000-ton vessel will be constructed at Italy's Fincantieri shipyards.

"We're very pleased to be able to welcome another sparkling gem to our fleet," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales. "Emerald Princess will continue the hallmark Princess features that have made our Grand Class of ships so popular among passengers."

Emerald Princess will include the many innovations that define the Princess experience, including the dramatic Movies Under the Stars poolside movie screen, multiple dining and entertainment options, Personal Choice Dining featuring traditional or Anytime seating, a variety of alternative restaurants, a relaxing Asian-style Lotus Spa with fitness center, an extensive children and teen's center, a wedding chapel and nearly 900 staterooms with private balconies.

Details about the ship's inaugural season deployment will be announced soon. For additional Princess information, contact #1-800-738-8837.

Press Release by Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises Alaska Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Europe Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Mexican Riviera Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Tahiti & South Pacific Cruise Information

Posted by Denise at April 17, 2005 09:29 PM

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