Royal Princess Commences Sailing from the L.A. Port

The sailing port in Los Angeles located on the west coast of the United States for the very first time in history witnessed the sailing of the Royal Princess.  The ship is known to be as one of the newest and most advanced of its category to be found on the port.

The ship had reached the L.A port for the very first time after it had completed a voyage of nineteen nights starting March 7, 2019, from San Antonia located in Chile.

The famous University of Southern California Trojan Marching Band under the guidance of Dr. Arthur C grandly welcomed the vessel with as many as 3,560 passengers. When the ship had left its homeport on March 27, it was beautifully treated to a display of fireworks.

At present, the ship is sailing the maiden voyage and is also sailing through the Mexican Riviera and this also includes Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta till it reaches Los Angeles again on March 30, 2019.

The Royal will resume sailing for a week from L.A after April 27, 2019. The Princess will begin sailing from Vancouver and will go up to Alaska. The ship is scheduled to return in the month of September to L.A. The ship will be centered there for six months as it offers coast cruises to Mexican Riviera, California, and Alaska.

The history of the vessel dates back to 2013 where it was first spotted in the month of June in Southampton. Back then, the vessel weighing 141,000 ton was named by the Duchess of Cambridge. The Her Royal Highness, Catherine, named the ship the Royal Princess. It is interesting to know that it is late Princess Diana who actually christened the real and original Royal Princess in the year 1984.

The Royal Princess has wearable technology as it features Ocean Medallion and it delivers a vacation that is trouble-free, smooth and personalized for all its guests. The ship also has an atrium that is grand and large. It also has a sidewalk that is a walkway which is as long as 60 foot and stands 128 feet above sea level.