Princess Cruises is once again inviting cruise enthusiasts to go behind the scenes at a shipyard as Coral Princess undergoes drydock through October 23. The Coral Princess Drydock Journal, featured on the line’s website at www.princess.com, will show the daily progress as the ship is lifted from the water and receives a full exterior and interior makeover, including the addition of the line’s signature features, The Sanctuary and Movies Under the Stars. The journal will feature regular updates throughout the drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard in Freeport, Bahamas.
The fourth in this unprecedented series, the Coral Princess Drydock Journal follows the enthusiastically received online journals chronicling work on Golden Princess, Dawn Princess and Sea Princess. The journal can be found on the Coral Princess page in the website’s “Ships” section, and it will be regularly updated throughout the ship’s two-week drydock. The photos will also be posted to Princess’ Twitter feed, Facebook page and Flickr photostream.
“We’ve placed a high priority on enhancing our ships and debuting our signature features across the fleet, and these journals have been a great way for passengers to feel part of the process,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises executive vice president. “We’ve received wonderful feedback as people get to see the transformation first hand.”