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Princess Cruises introduces MedallionClass Vacations on six more ships in 2020

Author: Sirima Eamtako / Date: Wed, 05/08/2019 - 01:05
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Ruby Princess will be the first MedallionClass ship sailing in Australia and New Zealand and Island Princess will sail on the first MedallionClass World Cruise.  

Singapore - Princess Cruises has announced the expansion of its MedallionClass Vacations to Australia, New Zealand and a World Cruise with six additional ships in 2020. 

They include Ruby Princess on 27 January, Grand Princess on 29 March, Enchanted Princess on 15 June, Emerald Princess on 16 August, Coral Princess on 16 October, and Island Princess on 20 December.

Ruby Princess will be the first MedallionClass ship sailing in Australia and New Zealand and Island Princess will sail on the first MedallionClass World Cruise.  

MedallionClass Vacations are currently available on Caribbean Princess, Regal Princess and Royal Princess, and starting this year include Crown Princess on 24 July and Sky Princess on 12 October 2019. Regal Princess will be visiting Singapore in November 2020 on her way to Australia and will be the first MedallionClass ship to visit Singapore.

By the end of 2020, guests sailing in the Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, Mexico, California Coast and on the World Cruise will have the elevated guest experience powered by the OceanMedallion, a wearable device that allows guest-crew interactions and enables interactive entertainment.

Princess MedallionClass experience include OceanReady expedited arrival, OceanNow on-demand services for food, drinks and retail items, and OceanCompass to locate and chat with friends and family on board, as well as enables point-to-point wayfinding throughout the ship. Other features are keyless stateroom entry, interactive voyage timeline, and interactive game play.
 

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