New look for Majestic Princess will soon roll out fleetwide

New look for Majestic Princess will soon roll out fleetwide

SANTA CLARITA, CA — The new livery design debuted on Majestic Princess this week will roll out fleetwide over the next few years, says Princess Cruises.

Majestic Princess, the first cruise ship built and designed specifically for the China market, will homeport in Shanghai and carry 3,560 guests. The ship reached a construction milestone yesterday when it ‘floated out’ in its building dock at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy.

Princess Cruises’ logo is one of the most recognized in cruising and the modern, sophisticated look of the new livery is designed to reinforce the premium experience of Princess Cruises, says the cruise line.

New look for Majestic Princess will soon roll out fleetwide

(From left to right) Executive Vice President of Fleet Operations Keith Taylor, Graziella Sagani (Captain Sigani’s mother), who served as the ship’s “madrina,” Captain Dino Sagani, and Fincantieri Shipyard Director Mr Attilio Dapelo at the float-out ceremony for Majestic Princess.

“For nearly half a century our Princess logo has represented the adventure of cruise travel around the globe,” said Princess Cruises President Jan Swartz. “Now our ships sail to more than 360 ports of call worldwide and will be instantly recognized from afar. As the very first cruise ship built for China, we take great pride that Majestic Princess is our first ship to proudly display our new livery design.”

Majestic Princess will offer many of the same special features as Royal Princess and Regal Princess, including a multi-story atrium serving as the social hub of the ship; an over-the-ocean SeaWalk, a top-deck glass-bottomed walkway extending 28 feet beyond the edge of the ship; the Princess Live! interactive studio; and a special Chef’s Table Lumiere, a private dining experience that surrounds diners in a curtain of light. See princess.com.