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March 15, 2011

Presenting the Newest Royal Princess

The 139,000-ton Royal Princess will be delivered in May 2013. Her still, unnamed sister, will be delivered in the spring of 2014. 
The central pool area on Deck 16, looking forward. The two pools will be separated by an island.
The Central Pool area looking aft toward the giant Movies Under the Stars screen. Notice that Princess has moved two of the whirlpools up to Deck 17 to open up more area around the pool and to make them accessible during the evening while the Pool Deck is used for something else.
At night the pool area will become an outdoor dance club with a stunning light and water (fountains) show.
The adults-only Sanctuary will be greatly expanded in scope from what it is on today's ships. It will have seven cabanas which appear to float on the water.
One of Royal Princess' signature features will be the SeaWalk, a glass-enclosed walkway that cantilevers out more than 28 feet over the side of the ship.
The SeaWalk will have a glass floor that looks down to the sea 128 feet below.
Opposite the SeaWalk, on the port side of Deck 16, will be the SeaView Bar which also has incomparable views to the horizon and below, through the glass floor.

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