Princess Cruises’ Sky Princess docked into the port of Southampton earlier today, marking the ship’s inaugural visit to the UK.

The 3,660-guest MedallionClass Sky Princess launched late 2019 and is one of the newest vessels in the Princess fleet. The ship arrived in Southampton ahead of the line’s ‘Summer Seacations’ season, which starts with Regal Princess from July 31, 2021.

Sky Princess will join its sister ship to sail a series of Seacations from August 30, 2021, offering scenic cruises and itineraries with UK ports-of-call including Portland, Liverpool, Belfast and Greenock.

Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK & Europe, said: “As our homeport ship for the next three years, today is a significant day for Princess Cruises. We are delighted to have one of our newest ships dedicated to the UK and we are certain guests will love everything she has to offer.

“Sky Princess encompasses innovative technology, spectacular style and unique design features. Guests can look forward to the MedallionClass experience, world-class dining, West-End style theatre shows, an overwater SeaWalk, expansive Piazza, and Sky Suites, featuring the largest balconies at sea.”

Princess Cruises ‘Summer Seacations’ are available to UK and Common Travel Area resident COVID-19 vaccinated* guests only.


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