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Princess Ships That Have Spawned New Lives
« on: October 28, 2021, 01:57:35 PM »
Pacific Adventure (ex-Golden Princess)
Capacity: 2,600
Tonnage: 103,000
Year built: 2001
Cruise Line: P&O Australia
Update: Transformed into a P&O ship, with new livery and revamped public areas

Formerly the Golden Princess, the Pacific Adventure has emerged from a drydock in Italy with a new identity and refurbished public areas.

The 2,600-vessel is the latest addition to P&O Cruises Australia fleet and now boasts the company’s Southern Cross bow livery. It also has many new features onboard, including dining experiences developed with Australian chefs Luke Mangan and Johnny Di Francesco.

P Prince (ex- Pacific Princess)
Capacity: 680
Tonnage: 30,200
Year built: 1999
Cruise Line: Azamara
Update: Renamed and moved to Northern Europe 

The former Pacific Princess – which was sold to Azamara earlier this year – has a new name. The vessel was renamed as P Prince for the time being. It is set to enter service for the new owners in 2022.

The 1999-built vessel was repositioned in August and is soon to become Azamara Onward. After several months laid up in Italy, it sailed to Northern Europe, arriving in Amsterdam.

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Re: Princess Ships That Have Spawned New Lives
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2021, 07:09:02 AM »
It's one of the few ships we haven't been on. It was always on a world trip with very few visits to Ft Lauderdale around the holidays.
Oh well.