A day fit for Trade Royalty
7th July 2018 - 3:00pm
The Royal Princess arrived in Dublin Port and Travelbiz was there with trade partners and the media to get a first-hand experience of this beautiful vessel. Built in 2013 the Royal Princess has a capacity of 3,560 Guests and a Crew of 1,346.
Tony Roberts (Vice president Princess Cruises and incoming Chairman of CLIA UK and Ireland) was joined by Andy Harmer (Senior VP Membership and CLIA UK and Ireland Director), Louise Prior (Director of PR) and Joanne McGawley (Princess Cruises) to provide us with a memorable guided tour and beautiful lunch in Sabatin's Restaurant.
From its breathtaking piazza-style Atrium to the dramatic views from the glass-floored SeaWalk®, Royal Princess is a delight. My personal favourite was the Sanctuary, a tranquil haven reserved for adults. The dining, drinking, shopping and relaxation options are endless on the Royal Princess. There is a real feeling of space in a classy and relaxed environment in every area of the ship, even in the kids clubs! We got a back stage tour of the Theatre which was a real eye opener into the production value and logistics involved in the staging of the shows at sea. The chance to see Princess Cruises Royal Princess in Dublin was worth every minute. From the décor, facilities, food, entertainment and amazing staff on board the Princess is a must. From relaxing pursuits and enriching activities to world-class entertainment and gourmet cuisine, when you step aboard, you are setting a course for a world of wonderful new discoveries.
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