The ship is set to officially join the cruise line’s fleet later this year, after her planned launch earlier this year was delayed due to the pandemic.
From May to November, Enchanted Princess will be sailing on round-trip itineraries from Rome to heaps of Mediterranean hotspots including Corfu, Kotor, Marseille and Naples.
She will also sail between Rome and Barcelona on 11-night itineraries.
Passengers on board can expect swanky cabins and heaps of entertainment including pools, a casino, theatre, movie nights under the stars, and dining options spanning gourmet offerings to laidback pizzerias.
It’s not just Enchanted Princess itineraries which have been revealed in 2021.
Sky Princess will spending her first UK season (April to September) sailing round-trip from Southampton on a series of itineraries to the British Isles, as well as some Scandinavia & Russia voyages.
Meanwhile, Regal Princess will spend April to October sailing from Southampton to heaps of destinations including Iceland and Norway, the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, the Baltic and even Canada & New England.
Bookings have already opened on the Princess Cruises website.
It’s worth noting that at the time of writing, the Foreign Office advises Brits against all ocean cruise travel. You should the latest FCDO cruise advice for more updates.
Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “Having three Royal-class ships sailing in Europe next year including two based in Southampton is testament to our commitment to offering UK holidaymakers an enhanced Medallion Class service, new onboard experiences and a wealth of holiday options without the need to travel too far from home.
“We truly are so excited for every guest to experience these voyages. The addition of the new itineraries gives UK guests the opportunity to visit more destinations from Southampton than ever before, as well as the ease of travelling roundtrip from Rome for those who prefer to take a short flight straight out to the sunshine.
“With the free balcony upgrade now available and so many itineraries to choose from, there really is no better time to book.”