Video: Majestic Princess’ Maiden Voyage Celebration

The video above shows a maiden voyage show of Majestic Princess, the third Royal Princess class ship built for California-based cruise operator Princess Cruises, in Trieste, Italy, on March 31.

The Bermuda-flagged Majestic Princess was delivered to its owner by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri at its Monfalcone shipyard on March 30.

The newbuilding is said to be the first ship specifically designed and built by Fincantieri for the Chinese market.

The 145,000 gross-ton Majestic Princess is able to accommodate 4,250 passengers and 1,350 crewmembers.

The cruise company intends to deploy the vessel in Europe for the 2017 cruise season before sending it to Asia.

World Maritime News Staff; Video Courtesy: Inselvideo

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