Princess Cruises has revealed the enhancements made to Crown Princess after the ship underwent a multi-million pound two-week refit.
The vessel now includes new dining venues, a “luxury” bed in every room and an upgraded spa and fitness centre.
Four top-deck outdoor dining venues have been enhanced and renamed including The Salty Dog Grill (formerly Trident Grill), pizzeria Slice (previously Prego Pizzeria), ice cream parlour Coffee & Cones (formerly Sundaes Ice Cream Bar) and poolside bar, The Mix (formerly Mermaid’s Tale).
Crown Princess is currently sailing the Mediterranean, which will be followed later this year by a season in the Caribbean.
The ship will be based in Southampton in spring and summer 2019 for a series of round-Britain cruises.
"Club-class" mini-suites, a new premium stateroom category, have also been introduced with the fare type including a reserved dining area with expanded menu options in one of the main onboard restaurants, upgraded room amenities and priority embarkation and disembarkation.
Princess has also added new children’s centre activities in association with the Discovery Channel and a widened range of retail options including jewellery shop, Effy.
The onboard gym and spa have received modernised equipment and an upgraded salon and treatments rooms.
New carpet, light fixtures and bar TV screens have been added in the casino as well
as the line’s logo to the ship’s bow.
The refit was completed in Freeport, Bahamas at the Grand Bahama shipyard.
The enhancements continue Princess’ Come Back New Promise renovation programme, with £330m invested across the line’s 17-ship fleet.