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Regal Princess
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Regal Princess

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Launched in November 2014, Regal Princess is at the vanguard of big-ship cruising. One of the most headline-grabbing features of this 3,600-passenger vessel is the SeaWalk - a glass-enclosed walkway that extends out to sea; while on the other side of the deck, the matching SeaView Bar offers cocktails with a difference. There's also a Fountain Pool which transforms at night into a dance club with DJ, where coloured water-jets create a sound and light spectacle. Above this fun-filled deck is the 'Movies Under the Stars' outdoor theatre - with the largest screen at sea.

There are 1,780 staterooms in five different grades on Regal Princess, all state-of-the-art, this being a brand new vessel. As well as inside staterooms for the price-conscious traveller, there are a further 36 suites, 314 Mini-Suites, 358 Deluxe Balcony Staterooms, 730 Standard Balcony Staterooms and 342 Inside Staterooms. Each accommodation type features soothing décor, upholstered headboards; generous wardrobe space; refrigerator and complimentary movies.

A defining quality of Regal Princess is its cuisine. You can savour Tuscan-inspired delights at Sabatini's; enjoy a Neapolitan-style pizza served straight from the oven in Alfredo's Pizzeria; or tuck into premium steaks in the Crown Grill and oysters and caviar at the Ocean Terrace seafood bar. In the afternoon, choose from 250 blends of tea in the International Café or be tempted by the largest pastry shop at sea. There are no fewer than 14 bars on board Regal Princess, many of which are located around the dazzlingly beautiful central Piazza, with sweeping staircases descending to a beautiful, inlaid marble floor. Vines Wine Bar is a perennial favourite with a superb selection of wines by the glass; alternatively Crooners boasts a selection of over 75 different martinis. With unimpeded sightlines from every seat, the Princess Theatre stages revue shows so upbeat you'll be dancing in the aisles.

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