The sixth Royal-class ship in the Princess Cruises fleet sets sail in November 2021. The latest ship in the fleet promises a plethora of innovations, not least Princess MedallionClass technology capable of doing everything from unlocking your cabin to ordering food and drink.
Discovery Princess promises epic views from the largest balconies at sea and seemingly-endless outdoor deck space from eateries designed with al fresco dining in mind. There’ll be Movies Under The Stars and Voice of the Ocean productions, not to mention high-kicking, sequin-scattered stage shows featuring one of the most talented casts at sea.
Ask one of Princess Cruises’ many fans and they’ll tell you that the food on Princess ships is by far and away some of the best at sea. Discovery Princess has enough eateries to guarantee you’ll never go hungry, whether you’re chowing down on clam chowder at Crafted by Curtis Stone or snaffling a slice at Alfredo’s Pizzeria, where stonebaked carby, cheesy goodness is the order of the day. There are refined afternoon teas and meaty burgers piled with toppings, celebrity chef collaborations at Sabatini’s that put the focus on fine dining, plus everything else in between. You won’t go hungry, that much is certain.
The motion of the ocean inspires some of our best snoozes, but Discovery Princess goes a step further, lulling you gently into a sleep worth writing home about. With the help of certified sleep expert, Dr. Michael Breus, Discovery Princess will indulge all five senses in a sensory sleep experience so good, you’ll have no need to count sheep.
Princess Cruises aren’t ones for roller coasters or dodgems, relying instead on good old-fashioned family fun to make for holidays that appeal to mums and dads as much as the kids. The Kids’ Clubs fuel the curiosity and creativity of those aged between 3 and 17, each age group with its own area and appropriate activities so good they’ll be desperate to get back the next day. Princess Cruises are famously good for extending the fun on shore too, thanks to the Discovery at SEA programme.