Sun Princess has just returned to service in Singapore after a two-week dry dock as part of the line’s $450 million “Come Back New Promise” programme.
The refurbishment has introduced a new Princess livery, Club Class mini-suites and a re-imagined Camp Discovery kids club onboard:
Club Class Mini-Suites
This premium-level cabin category was first introduced in 2016 and includes a handful of perks, from priority embarkation and disembarkation to an exclusive dining room with expanded menu options.
Designed for kids and teens ages 3 to 17, Camp Discovery offers a variety of educational and entertaining activities developed in partnership with Discovery, the production company behind TV channels like Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and TLC.
Princess also upgraded the shopping experience on the ship with a branded Effy Fine Jewelry boutique and new Princess-branded products in the Logo shop.
Sun Princess has been sailing the seas since 1995 holding 2,000 guests, making her an intimate yet groundbreaking part of the fleet.
The ship currently offers Southeast Asia cruises out of Singapore, but will re-position to Australia for the 2019 winter season.
Sky Princess is the line’s next ship, due to sail its maiden Caribbean season in 2019 with a brand new suite category to the line: Sky Suites.
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