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Upgraded Princess Cruise Ship to Feature New Water Attraction

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Princess Cruises Reveals Splash Zone

Caribbean Princess which was the first ship in the fleet to introduce the MedallionClass vacations experience will now bring another new fleet first feature. When the ship emerges from a major dry dock in June 2019 she will have a new water attraction.

The Reef Family Splash Zone will bring water fun to a new level by offering new ways to enjoy and cool off for all cruisers.

Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president, said:

“In our latest effort to enhance our family offerings, this newly reimagined space invites families and kids to experience a multi-functional area to engage, play, reconnect.”

“The Reef is the ultimate spot for families of all ages to enjoy spending time together with new water features, recreational activities and lounge areas.”

The new feature will be located on deck 17 aft. The space will also update current Jacuzzi, pool, and bar. Here are all the details:

Splashpad with Whale Feature

This interactive and inviting water playground features a splash pool, assorted water sprays and showers where families can enjoy a day of splashing, laughing and playing. The focal point is an interactive whale feature, with ‘rain” from its fluke.

Game Zone

Bringing family competition to a whole new level with oversized backyard games, comfy lounge sectionals, and a kid-friendly bar setting, families can grab some cocktails and mocktails while challenging the kids to a game of Connect Four, Jenga or Cornhole.

New Outdoor Furniture

With a variety of seating and lounging options, from single sun loungers to sectional chairs and couches with tables, he Reef transforms into an inviting space for groups of all sizes aimed to be comfortable and conversational, also featuring new fixtures and finishes.

Rendering of The Reef onboard Caribbean Princess, scheduled to debut in June 2019.

Shade Canopy and Wind Panels

For guests looking for less sun, a canopy will offer a section of the Reef shade and sun protection while wind panels will be installed throughout the area for all-day comfort.

Upgraded Lighting and Music System

Updated lighting to the pool and steps as well as wall lighting installations allow the space to be utilized for evening events and activities.

Refurbished Pool, Jacuzzi and Bar

The existing pool, spa and bar will be updated to match the newly designed space featuring updated signage and contemporary artwork. In addition, just below the Reef on deck 16 in the Camp Discovery outdoor area, kids can interact and explore with a destination themed water table.

Also Read: Princess Cruise Ship Completes 14-Day Dry Dock

This educational offering features the many destinations and iconic landmarks Princess visits, including the Sydney Opera House and Golden Gate Bridge and also highlights how a cruise ship moves through water, waves and weather and even how to navigate the Panama Canal locks.

Caribbean Princess will start sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on May 14, 2019. The ship is 113,000 gross tons with a guest capacity of over 3,100 at double occupancy.

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