TITLE

MV CORAL PRINCESS FACTS & FIGURES

PUB. DATE
July 2003
SOURCE
Cruise Travel;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on features of the ship Coral Princess built by Princess Cruises. Its crew consists of British and Italian navigation, deck, engineering, electro-technical, and medical officers international hotel officers, dining, bar, reception, cruise, and accommodation staff. Cabins of the ship has 987 staterooms on six decks, of which 879 are ocean-view in 33 categories, including: 16 suites with private balconies, 184 mini-suites with private balconies, 8 mini-suites without balcony, 527 standard outside cabins with private balconies , 144 standard outside cabins, and 108 standard inside cabins. Horizon Court, Lotus Spa, Fitness Center, Off Limits teen center. Facilities in the ship are fully air-conditioned, stabilized, 11 passenger decks, 14 passenger elevators, golf simulator, sheltered Princess Links nine-hole putting course, four pools, 5 Jacuzzis, children's wading pool, half-basketball/mini-tennis court, 2 shuffleboard courts, giant outdoor chess set, spa, relaxation/class/meeting room, 11 massage and therapy rooms, 2 state-of-the-art two-deck showrooms Princess Theater forward and innovative Universe Lounge with 3 revolving stages with integrated lifts, 3 high-definition video screens, television production facilities, a working demonstration kitchen set, and network plug-ins for 50 laptop computers, infrared headset systems for the hearing impaired.
ACCESSION #
10152730

 

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