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Royal Princess Is First Cruise Ship To Show Off New Livery

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Princess Cruises showcased its brand new livery for the first time in the United States over the weekend. The Royal Princess emerged from its dry dock in Italy on October 7 and the ship is the first in the fleet to feature the new hull artwork.

Take a look at the new look ship:

The 3,600 passenger Royal Princess arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to end its transatlantic cruise which started from Civitavecchia, Rome on October 8. The ship will showcase the Princess logo on the hull as it sails a range of Caribbean itineraries from Port Everglades.

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