Enchanted Princess


Another Princess cruise ship I have been on and it was a good ship.

Facts

Here is a breakdown of the Enchanted Princess

  • Class
    • Royal
    • The fifth one
  • Guest Capacity
    • 3,660
  • Tonnage
    • 145,000
  • Builder
    • Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani, Monfalcone
  • Handover
    • September 30, 2020, in Italy
  • Naming Ceremony
    • Dec. 13, 2021
  • U.S. Maiden Voyage
    • November 10, 2021
  • Length
    • 1,083 Feet / 330 Meters
  • Height
    • 217 feet / 66.1 meters
  • Maximum Speed
    • 22 knots
  • Number of decks
    • 19
  • Guest Statements
    • 1,830
      • 2 Sky Suites
      • 42 suites with balconies
      • 2 window suites
      • 374 mini-suites with balconies
      • 311 Deluxe Balconies
      • 753 balconies
      • 6 premium Oceanview
      • 340 inside cabins
    • Accessible staterooms
      • 38
    • Connecting staterooms
      • 100
  • Crew
    • 1,346
  • There are plenty of food options on there, I am not going to list them here. I will touch on this later
  • Showrooms
    • Theatre
    • Live and Café
    • Take Five
    • Vista Lounge
  • There are a lot of key venues on the ship.
    • The Sanctuary
    • Movies under the starts
    • Lotus Spa
    • Fitness Center
    • Sports Central
    • Jogging track
    • Piazza
    • Casino
    • Internet café
    • Escape room
    • Photo Gallery
    • Fine Arts Gallery
    • The shops of Princess
    • Concierge
    • Camp Discovery for Youth and Teens
    • Guest Services
    • Future Cruise Reservation Center
    • Captain’s circle desk
    • Shore excursions desk
    • Medical Center
    • Celebrations
    • Sea Walk
    • The greens
    • Wedding Chapel
  • 4 Pools
  • 8 hot tubs

My Thoughts

Being my second Royal class ship, I was familiar with the ship. It was a nice and relaxing trip. The pizza place was named something different. But that is life.

We were on the first sailing ever to New England, and it was a great ship to enjoy that on.