Where Is the Majestic Princess Cruise Ship Right Now?

By Alice Nichols

The Majestic Princess Cruise Ship is one of the most luxurious and popular vessels in the cruise industry. The vessel, operated by Princess Cruises, is currently sailing around the world on its maiden voyage.

The Majestic Princess was christened in April 2017, and since then it has been the flagship of the Princess Cruises fleet. The ship features many luxurious amenities such as a two-story Grand Atrium, multiple pools and hot tubs, an outdoor movie theater, a casino, a spa, and a variety of restaurants and bars. Passengers can also enjoy amazing views from the top deck or take part in various activities such as swimming lessons or wine tasting classes.

The Majestic Princess offers passengers an unforgettable experience with its modern design and spacious cabins. In total, there are 3,560 passenger cabins on board including balcony staterooms with private balconies and ocean views.

There are also a number of family-friendly cabins available. All cabins come equipped with flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access so that passengers can stay connected while they cruise around the world.

Besides its luxurious amenities, the Majestic Princess also has some exciting entertainment options for passengers to enjoy while on board. There are live shows at night featuring talented artists from around the world as well as live music performances throughout the day. There is also a golf simulator where passengers can practice their game before hitting the links at their next port of call.

The Majestic Princess left its home port in Shanghai in May 2020 on an epic journey around the world that will last for over 200 days. The ship is currently sailing through Southeast Asia before heading south to Australia for winter before returning home in 2021 via South America and North America before crossing back through Europe and back to Shanghai again.

In conclusion, The Majestic Princess Cruise Ship is currently sailing around the world on its maiden voyage that started in May 2020 from Shanghai, China and will return home again in 2021 after visiting multiple ports of call across different continents including Southeast Asia, Australia, South America and North America before heading back across Europe to Shanghai once more.