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07 December 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 06:05 GMT+1



October 15, 2019

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Fincantieri has delivered the cruise ship Sky Princess to the Princess Cruises

With a tonnage of 145.000 tons, it can accommodate 4,610 passengers and 1,411 members of the crew

Today in the ship yard of the Fincantieri to Monfalcone, to the presence of the vice minister of the Economy and finances, Laura Castelli, the ceremony of delivery of Sky Princess, the fourth unit of the class "Royal Princess" constructed for the society has been carried out owner of a shipping company Princess Cruises, the company from cruises "premium" of the group Carnival Corporation. With this the units go up to 17 that Fincantieri has delivered to Princess Cruises, all constructed near the yard of Monfalcone.

The Sky Princess, with a tonnage of 145.000 tons and the ability to accommodate until 4.610 passengers in 1.830 cabins besides 1.411 members of the crew, is realized on the base of the project of the binoculars Royal Princess, Regal Princess and Majestic Princess, always constructed in the plant of Monfalcone beginning from 2013. This class will continue with Enchanted Princess and Discovery Princess, that they will be delivered respective in 2020 and 2021. Moreover the relationship between the yard of Monfalcone and Princess Cruises will continue with others two cruise ships of next generation that, with a tonnage of 175.000 tons, largest will be realized in Italy and will be delivered at the end of 2023 and in the spring of 2025. These last units will accommodate about 4.300 passengers and will be first of the fleet of the shipowner to being fed primariamente to which liquified natural gas.


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