After notifying guests of several changes due to ongoing maintenance that required slow travel, Princess Cruises is now allowing guests to board. Princess Sky Note that, they will be able to visit one of the ports that were previously planned, even on a different day than originally planned.
Princess Sky Changing Ways Again
Guests on the current tour of Princess SkyThe 7-night round trip to Norway and Denmark that departed from Southampton on Saturday, May 27, has made several changes to their itinerary.
because”maintenance of one of our diesel generators, which is taking longer than expected,” and details of the ship’s journey were changed, with calls to Skagen, Denmark canceled and Zeebrugge, Belgium replaced. Scheduled trips to Oslo and Copenhagen were also slightly changed, and Oslo was moved to a different day and port time in Copenhagen was reduced by four hours.
Now, an invitation to Skagen, Denmark has been added to the itinerary, albeit on a different date and time window than the original schedule. Boarding guests received a letter informing them of the change.
“We have been working hard to restore our original ports and I am happy to say that we will be calling at Skagen, Denmark as we originally intended, not Zeebrugge, Belgium,” the letter explained. “Our invitation to Skagen is now scheduled for Thursday, June 1 from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM.”
Because the trip was initially rescheduled due to generator repairs, it appears that the repairs have now been completed and the train can resume its normal operation. It is also possible that the re-routing has made a trip to Skagen possible thanks to the local ports, even on a shorter trip.
“Thank you again for your understanding,” the letter concluded. “On behalf of the officers and crew of Sky Princess, we look forward to continuing to serve you together on our journey.”
The letter was signed by Captain Marco Fortezze, Master of the Princess Sky.
Going to Skagen
On the original voyage, Skagen was scheduled to be in port on Wednesday, May 31, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The on-board Shore Excursions team is working on a selection of excursions to Skagen, and guests will be able to book excursions upon arrival, either at the Shore Excursions Desk or through the deck. Princess Medallion Class app.
Located at the northern tip of Denmark, Skagen has a long history of fishing and seafaring as well as interesting points that reflect different cultures, from the Skagen Art Museum to the Odde Nature Center, Bangsbo Fort, and the Jutland Resistance Museum. Top beach tours include options for exploring the area by foot, bike, or bus, depending on what visitors want to see.
The royal group Princess Sky in the meantime he was sent home from Southamptonoffering various Baltic, Scandinavian, Norwegian Fjord, and Mediterranean cruises until August 2023. In early autumn, the ship will offer several Canary Islands cruises as well as a Canada / New England special cruise from Southampton.
In November, Princess Sky will be based in Fort Lauderdale, where the ship will begin offering winter Caribbean cruises such as Grand Turk, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Cozumel, Belize, and others.
The 145,281-gross-ton ship can accommodate 3,660 passengers, with 1,300 international crew members who provide exceptional service regardless of the voyage.