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Regal Princess cruise ship
PRINCESS CRUISES
Overview............................................................Page One

Pools and Sports.................................................
Page Two

Sanctuary and Spa...............................................Page Three

Shops, Other Public Areas, Children..................Page Four

Entertainment.......................................................Page Five

Bars and Lounges................................................Page Six

Dining (complimentary)......................................Page Seven

Dining (casual)....................................................Page Eight

Dining (specialty)................................................Page Nine

Exterior Photos...................................................Profile Page
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OVERVIEW
The Piazza is the centerpiece of Regal
Princess.  This grand atrium is not only
several decks high but it is long and
wide.  Its main floor can thus be used as
an entertainment venue as well as for
dining and drinking venues.  On the
terraces surrounding the Piazza, there
are shops as well as more dining venues
and bars.
Captain Edward Perrin
Regal Princess' permanent art collection is composed
primarily of modern and contemporary works.  Guests
can go on a self-guided tour of the collection using
their smart phones or tablets by scanning a QR code
at each work of art.  (See Art and Architecture Guide
on our daily programs page).

The Future Cruise Sales and
Loyalty Desk
is located on Deck 7 near
the Piazza (below).  Here, guests can
inquire about and purchase other
Princess cruises and meet with the
onboard representative of Princess'
loyalty program, the Captain's Circle.   
The Passenger Services Desk, the
ship's reception desk (right) sits across
from the
Shore Excursions Desk
(below).
Regal Princess is the second ship in the class that begun with Royal
Princess (3).  As such she is the sister ship to Royal Princess and will be
the sister to P&O Cruises' Britannia and yet another ship of the same
design scheduled for delivery to Princess in 2017.  At 142,000 gross tons,
not only are these ships the biggest ships to sail for Princess but they are
second only to Queen Mary 2 as the largest ship in the Carnival
Corporation family.

The size of these ships is important because it allows the Princess Cruise
experience to blossom.  Royal and Regal have more space than their
predecessors and that space has been used primarily to increase the
amount of dining and entertainment offerings.  Not only are there more
choices but consistent with Princess' approach to cruising, they are quality
offerings.

Although these ships are some 23 percent larger than Princess'
super-Grand class ships, they only carry  12 percent more passengers.  As
a result, there is more space per passenger.

The additional space also allows the ships to be more visually striking.  
The Piazza area, for example, has been opened out and the designers have
used that space to create a grand environment.     

While very similar to Royal Princess, Regal Princess is not identical.  A
third pool area has been added to her upper decks.  In addition, the theater
has been modified to reduce congestion entering and exiting.  Similarly,
the elevators were re-programmed to reduce waiting time.  (An additional
staircase is planned for the next Princess ship in this class).

Passengers on Regal Princess tend to be middle and upper-middle class
people who are looking for a sophisticated cruise experience at a
reasonable price.  Especially on European cruises, the ship attracts a
variety of nationalities.   Many passengers are experienced cruisers but
there also are a significant number of first time cruisers.

The ship is family-friendly with a large area dedicated to the children's
program.  However, there are no costumed cartoon characters and such
roaming the public areas.   Thus, passengers traveling without children
should not find the youth program intrusive and so the ship provides an
environment that all age groups can enjoy.           
Hotel General Manager Dirk Brand.
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