Majestic Princess is to homeport in Taipei, Taiwan following two 14-day ‘Grand Asia’ voyages (Image: Princess Cruises)
Princess Cruises’ Majestic Princess is to homeport in Taipei, Taiwan following two 14-day ‘Grand Asia’ voyages between Shanghai, China and Singapore.
The ship will return from Singapore to Shanghai on 25 March, calling at destinations including Bangkok, Thailand; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Hong Kong; and Busan, South Korea. The 3,560-guest Majestic Princess’s arrival at, and subsequent departure from, Singapore’s Marina Bay Cruise Centre marks her first call in 2018 and her second visit since her maiden call in June 2017.
Majestic Princess will then sail to Keelung in Taipei, where she will homeport until July 2018. From here, the vessel will offer guests three- to seven-night sailings visiting Busan and several Japanese ports including Okinawa, Ishigaki, Nagasaki, Sakaiminato, Osaka, Miyazaki and Kagoshima. The onboard offerings on these sailings will include Taiwanese-inspired night markets which feature an array of souvenirs.
“We recently introduced these new sailings in Taiwan to travel agent partners in Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia and they have shown keen interest in these new cruises,” said Farriek Tawfik, director Southeast Asia at Princess Cruises. “Our Asian guests are also keen to try out new ships and this is a great opportunity for them to try our newest and most luxurious ship Majestic Princess.”
Majestic Princess will then return to Shanghai before her deployment to Australia from September 2018 to March 2019.
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