Luxury cruise ship with ‘movies under the stars’, casino and nightclub docking in Liverpool


A luxury cruise ship with a cinema, casino and nightclub is to dock in Liverpool.

Scheduled to arrive at Liverpool Cruise Terminal on Saturday 14th May, the Emerald Princess is the pinnacle of luxury. The ship left the Italian shipyard Fincantieri Monfalcone on June 1, 2006. She was baptized on May 13, 2007 in Greece.

Princess Emerald began offering 12-day Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises in 2007, but then relocated from Fort Lauderdale in the fall to sail the Caribbean. It has 19 decks and 1,539 passenger cabins and 1,200 crew members.

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On Saturday 14 May the ship will arrive in the city as part of her 12 day voyage to the British Isles. The cruise ship will also stop in places like Guernsey, Cork, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

On board, guests can enjoy a range of activities including shops, art galleries and auctions, a casino, theater, pools and a nightclub. There is also a huge choice of restaurants. Princess Cruises said: “Our chefs are busy every hour baking, grilling and sautéing delicious food from scratch.

“Princess offers unparalleled inclusive dining options throughout the ship, with a wide variety of culinary delights to suit every palate, from endless buffet choices to gourmet pizza, frosty treats, decadent desserts and more.”

People will never board the ship either, for there are “Movies Under the Stars”, music and dance, “Festivals of the World” and cocktail nights. There is also entertainment for children aged three to teens.

Speaking of this year’s cruise season, John Mawer, Head of Cruise Operations at Cruise Liverpool said: “We look forward to celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Liverpool cruise terminal later this year and what better way to do that than to ensure that it does Ships and record-breaking passengers flock to our shores and enjoy the famous Liverpool welcome.

“We also want 2022 to be the year in which we make progress in reducing the environmental impact of ships on the city, there is still a long way to go but talks are already underway and I look forward to it, on behalf.” to be part of the conversation from Liverpool.”

Rides on the Emerald Princess start from £569 per person and you can find here more information.


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