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September 8, 2017

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In the Fincantieri yard of Monfalcone is begun the construction of a new ship from cruise for Princess Cruises

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Verrà at the end of the 2019

Today in the ship yard of Monfalcone of the Fincantieri group, with the cut of the first sheet, is started the construction of the new ship from destined cruise on the company Princess Cruises of the crocieristico group American Carnival Corporation.

the ship will be the fourth of the class for Princess Cruises after Royal, Regal and Majestic delivered respective in 2013, 2014 and 2017 from the same yard. Last November, near the plant of Castellammare di Stabia, the intense activities for the realization of a troncone are begun of bow, that it will come then transported via sea for being assembled to the remainder of the unit under construction to Monfalcone, where are previewed the delivery of the ship at the end of 2019.

the new unit will have a tonnage of 145.000 tons and will be able to accommodate 4,250 passengers. Fincantieri has evidenced that the ship will represent "a new technological point of reference to European and world-wide level for the layout innovative, the highest performances and the high quality of technical solutions of vanguard and will be the best test that innovation and cure of the relationship with the customer are unavoidable levers in order to assert own leadership on the market and to ulteriorly consolidate the historical one partnership of Fincantieri with the Carnival group, first operator to the world of the crocieristico field".

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