Princess Cruises Adding MedallionNet Wi-Fi to More Ships
Officials from Princess Cruises announced Friday the company’s MedallionNet Wi-Fi service would be available to passengers sailing on over half of the ships in the cruise line’s fleet by the end of the year.
The plan is for Princess to continue the expansion of the fast, affordable, reliable and unlimited internet service to additional ships by the end of 2019 to meet surging demand from passengers.
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MedallionNet will expand to Coral Princess and Island Princess for the Alaska season; Crown Princess and Emerald Princess for European sailings; and on Golden Princess and Sky Princess this fall.
“Guests and crew absolutely love MedallionNet. We’re expanding it across the fleet as quickly as we can so that in the very near future anyone who sails with us will experience the best Wi-Fi at sea,” Princess Cruises president Jan Swartz said in a statement. “While many sail with us to disconnect from their digital life, we realize that offering land-like connectivity from anywhere on the ship is something guests value so that they have the option to stream movies, music, sports or video chat and share their amazing vacation experience as much or as little as they’d like.”
The internet service is already available on Caribbean Princess, Regal Princess, Royal Princess and Ruby Princess. In addition, Princess Cruises announced the formal launch dates for the Princess MedallionClass experience on its next three ships.
The voyages enabled by the OceanMedallion will launch on Royal Princess April 13, followed by Crown Princess July 24 and will be featured on Sky Princess beginning October 12.