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New Princess Cruises ship to be named Enchanted Princess

Princess Cruises is expanding. Sky Princess, shown, and the fourth Royal Class ship in the fleet, is to set sail in 2019, followed by the line's newest ship, the Enchanted Princess, in 2020. Photo Credit: MJ Image

Princess Cruises has given a name to its fifth Royal Class ship: Enchanted Princess.

The ship is scheduled to debut June 15, 2020, with a series of European voyages with bookings open beginning Nov. 8, 2018. Fall/winter plans for the ship have not been announced.

Enchanted Princess will accommodate 3,660 guests, with 1,346 crew members.

The new ship will follow the lineup of the...

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Princess Cruises has given a name to its fifth Royal Class ship: Enchanted Princess.

The ship is scheduled to debut June 15, 2020, with a series of European voyages with bookings open beginning Nov. 8, 2018. Fall/winter plans for the ship have not been announced.

Enchanted Princess will accommodate 3,660 guests, with 1,346 crew members.

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The new ship will follow the lineup of the fleet’s newest class of ship that featured Royal Princess in 2013, Regal Princess in 2014 and Majestic Princess in 2017. A fourth ship, Sky Princess, will debut in 2019.

A sixth Royal Class ship has yet to be named but is due in 2022. 

Both Royal Princess and Regal Princess regularly sail out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while Majestic Princess sails in Asia and Australia. Sky Princess is slated to come to Fort Lauderdale in December 2014.

INFO Bookings begin Nov. 8; 844-488-7521, princess.com