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Majestic Princess: Sailings in China, Australia & the South Pacific
Majestic Princess, which debuted in April 2017, sails itineraries in Asia and the South Pacific out of Sydney. She is a sister ship to Princess's most recent ships, Regal Princess and Royal Princess, although several tweaks have been made to the public spaces, activities on board and dining venues to accommodate the large number of Chinese passengers on board.
Carrying about 3,600 guests, Majestic Princess offers several new features with a Chinese flair, and she is also the first ship in the fleet to feature a brand-new Seawitch livery design at her bow with hair flowing toward the stern.
Where Majestic Princess sails
Home port: Sydney
Majestic Princess sails a variety of itineraries in China, Southeast Asia, Australia and the South Pacific, mostly 11 to 14 nights but some longer voyages as well. Majestic offers 16 separate round-trip itineraries, sailing a mixture of cruises to the South Pacific, New Zealand and Tasmania. Fares start from $1,499 per person twin share for a six-night voyage to Tasmania.
Activities on board
Experience signature Royal Princess-class features like the unique over-the-ocean SeaWalk – a glass-floor walkway extending 28 feet (8 meters) beyond the edge of the ship for spectacular views. Sing karaoke with your friends in a private suite or enjoy unparalleled duty-free shopping for glamorous luxury designer brands at the expanded "Shops of Princess," continually awarded Best Onboard Shopping by Porthole magazine.
Dining on Majestic Princess
Passengers can choose from 13 dining venues each day. Menus throughout the ship feature expanded food selections from China, Southeast Asia and around the world, in addition to internationally inspired Princess dishes. Enjoy Princess's classic Crown Grill steakhouse, as well as two new specialty restaurant concepts exclusively on Majestic Princess: Harmony and La Mer, two venues headed by Michelin-starred chefs Richard Chen and Emmanuel Renaut.
Highlights & amenities
- An even larger and expanded atrium with additional entertainment and casual dining options.
- Expanded shops space – nearly 12,000 sq. ft. dedicated to shopping with a greater selection of luxury and designer brand merchandise.
- Additional stateroom options – more connecting rooms and larger Owner’s Suites.
- On board signage and communications are in both English and Mandarin, and her experienced Princess crew include many of whom hail from China.
- The largest Princess top deck pool ever along with Princess Watercolor Fantasy, an enhanced Movies under the Stars screen, and SeaWalk with views 128 feet straight down.
More than 80 percent of Majestic Princess's staterooms feature a balcony.
The ship will also carry the Chinese name 盛世公主号 (Shèngshì Gōngzhǔ Hào), selected by Carnival's China employees, which has the meaning of "Grand World" or "Grand Spirit."
Interested in a cruise on this ship?
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