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Sky Princess is a Royal-class cruise ship currently operated by Princess Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation & plc. She is the second ship in the cruise line’s history to sail under this name. She is the fourth Royal-class ship in the Princess fleet and commenced operations in October 2019. The ship measures 145,281 GT and has a capacity of 3,660 passengers.

Part of the Princess Cruises fleet, guests can sail away in style and come back feeling brand new thanks to a premium, memorable cruise onboard Sky Princess.

Priding themselves on combining relaxation with discovery, and impressive contactless technology courtesy of OceanMedallion, Princess Cruises provides passengers with plenty of opportunities to take time for themselves, as well as the chance to feel invigorated with live entertainment and interesting activities.

What’s more, if you want to make your holiday on Sky Princess even more relaxing, enjoy no-fly cruises from Southampton, sailing to destinations from the British Isles to Northern Europe.


Sky Princess

Sky Princess

Full Specifications

Name Sky Princess
Owner Carnival Corporation house flag.svg Carnival Corporation & plc
Operator Princess Cruises
Port of registry Hamilton Bermuda
Ordered 30 December 2015[4]
Yard number 6268[3]
Laid down 05 July 2018[5]
Launched 14 February 2019[2]
Sponsored by Kay Hire and Poppy Northcutt[6]
Christened 7 December 2019[6]
Completed 12 October 2019[1]
Acquired 15 October 2019[3]
Maiden voyage 20 October 2019[1]
In service 2019–present
Status In service
General characteristics
Class and type Royal-class cruise ship
Tonnage 145,281 GT[3]
Length 330 m (1,080 ft)[3]
Beam 38.4 m (126 ft)[3]
Draught 8.5 m (28 ft)[3]
Depth 11.35 m (37.2 ft)[3]
Decks 19
Installed power
  • 2 × Wärtsilä 12V46F Diesel generators producing 14,400 kW (19,300 hp) each[7]
  • 2 × Wärtsilä 14V46F Diesel generators producing 16,800 kW (22,500 hp) each[7]
  • Total Installed Power: 62,400 kW (83,700 hp)[7]
Propulsion 2 × 18,000 kW (24,000 hp)[7]
  • 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph)[7] (Service speed)
  • 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph)[7] (Maximum speed)
Capacity 3,660 passengers[8]
Crew 1,346


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