Created for an international audience
The cruise ship Crown Princess was delivered at the Monfalcone yard in 2006 and was followed by two other vessels in the next two years.
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When only the best is good enough
Crown Princess is a progression from the design of the Grand Class–series ships. The use of light alloy has enabled an additional passenger deck to be added, with 255 extra cabins accommodating 20% more guests.
The ship offers a huge range of entertainment, with theatres, pools, shops, a wellness center, a library, a casino and a spectacular disco right at the stern with stunning views from over forty meters above the sea.
Power is generated by four WNSD 12 V46CR 12,600-kW diesel units and two WNSD 8L46CR 8,400-kW units, making a total of 67,200 installed kW.
Propulsion is courtesy of two electric engines, one per shaft, developing 21 MW each
4 x W12V46CR Wärtsilä
4 x 12.600 kW
2 x W8L46CR Wärtsilä
2 x 8400 kW
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