Page 14 - Enjoy the South 2017
P. 14

Every year holiday trends change – and being in the business of luxury cruising, it is vital that every aspect of every itinerary and offering on board is as watertight as the majestic ships themselves!
It is an exciting time in cruising both for those that are seasoned passengers and for those dipping their toe for the first time.
For the novices amongst you, the vast choice of cruises available can be almost overwhelming. Fear not as the proposition from Princess Cruises is diverse and appealing, and unsurprisingly cruising out of Southampton is a huge asset.
Princess, a Carnival brand, has a cruise for every taste, age and pocket and one cruise, out of many, that is proving to be exceptionally popular with the home crew, as well as the Australian and American market, is the 12- day, nine port-of-call cruise around the British Isles on the
Caribbean Princess, which is in UK waters from May 2017 after an extensive refit and modernisation.
The 3,142-capacity ship has had areas such as its dining facilities brought in line with the standards and choice of the new ships and has set its sights on a more international menu – passengers can choose by country and continent now in differently themed areas such as Thai, Italian and Chinese for example. The children’s facilities are also having a facelift.
It is really important for the relatively older ships to keep in touch with ever increasing expectations – and now Princess has a 2004 ship, with 2018 facilities, to be enjoyed on cruises such as the one around the British

   12   13   14   15   16