July 2003
Cruise Travel;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p32
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.


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