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"Princess Cruises has announced its 2021 world cruise, an 108-day voyage from Australia that will feature its own dedicated music playlist, according to a press release.

The record journey will be Princess Cruises’ 20th world cruise from Australia and will see the Sea Princess visit 44 destinations in 29 countries, including 10 new world cruise ports.

To celebrate the occasion, Princess Cruises has curated a special Spotify playlist “Songs of the Sea” featuring 108 great songs inspired by the ship’s 108-day itinerary, which includes a maiden world cruise visit to England’s Liverpool, home to The Beatles, the company said.

The list will be shared with guests once they book on the cruise, and played onboard throughout the sailing."

Princess News & Princess Chatter / ‘Love Boat’ bartender Ted Lange has a new gig
« Last post by Host Mike on October 08, 2019, 11:25:45 AM »
"Ted Lange has a new bartending gig. Lange played Isaac Washington, bartender on the S.S. Princess cruise ship, for nine seasons of the Saturday night ABC-TV hit “The Love Boat." The accomplished actor, whose resume also includes stage works by Shakespeare, August Wilson and Neil Simon, will join the cast of TheaterWorks’ holiday staple “Christmas on the Rocks" when it returns Dec. 1 to 23."

Sailing on a 21 days trans atlantic I might be able to complete one game.
"Transporting guests into a virtual reality gaming world, Princess Cruises has revealed details of a new production show called ‘5-SKIES’ which will debut onboard the line’s newest ships.

Created exclusively for Princess Cruises, the show will feature a series of digital effects, acrobatics, elaborate sets and costumes, on board the Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess. The show follows the main character ‘Gamer 1’, who attempts to complete a series of five increasingly difficult levels, meeting different personalities along the way in an attempt to reach Sky Princess."

“At Princess Cruises, our crew members are truly the heart of our company and the reason we are able to create memorable vacation experiences for our guests every day,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president. “Ms. Ho’s passion for the ship manning business and our seafarers led her to grow Magsaysay into the successful business it is today and we’re proud to employ more than 7,000 Filipino crew members onboard our ships. We’re honored to reflect on our successful partnership and proudly name her Madrina of Enchanted Princess.”

Doris Magsaysay Ho, Magsaysay Group president and CEO (left) with Rai Caluori, Princess Cruises executive vice president of guest experience.
"The ship was blessed by its godmother, Doris Ho, president and CEO of the Magsaysay group based in the Philippines – one of the largest human resource companies in the Asia Pacific region. Ms. Ho has been head of a long-standing partnership with Princess Cruises to recruit, train and develop crew members who work on the line’s ships.

Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe Tony Roberts said: “We’re delighted to see another significant stage of Enchanted Princess’ construction successfully completed. The countdown to her launch in Southampton next year continues and we’re eagerly anticipating the final development of this stunning ship over the next few months.”

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