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Princess Cruises Newest Cruise Ship Begins Journey to China

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The newest cruise ship which has just entered service for Princess Cruises has started its first ever journey to China.

The Epic journey from Rome to China is in partnership with┬áChinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (Friendship Association) as the ship will sail along the Silk Road Sea route.

During the 37-day voyage, performance groups including the Ansai Youth Waist Drum team and the Luochuan Youth Yangge Dance team, the China National Orchestra and the China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater will entertain and educate more than 6,500 guests from more than 40 countries.

Anthony Kaufman, executive vice president of international operations, Princess Cruises, said:

“Our partnership with The Friendship Association and celebrating Chinese culture reinforces our brand promise to provide authentic international experiences to our guests and reflects our commitment to the China market.”

“The Chinese market is important to us and we are honored that Majestic Princess, our newest cruise ship which has been tailored for the Chinese market will become a key part of this cross-cultural people to people program between the East and West.”

Majestic Princess will visit some important Silk Road ports in countries including Greece, United Arab Emirates, India, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia before arriving in its first Chinese port of Xiamen. Majestic Princess will arrive in Xiamen on June 26 and begin her first home-port season in Shanghai on July 11.

Majestic Princess
Photo By: Princess Cruises

In 2018, two 14-day Grand Asia voyages sailing between Shanghai and Singapore on the fleet’s newest ship, will be available to guests throughout the world on Majestic Princess. These sailings will visit Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and Thailand, including spending more time ashore on the late night call in Hong Kong. The first voyage departs Shanghai on February 25, 2018, with the second departing Singapore on March 11, 2018.

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