The Summer Olympics are just around the corner and Princess Cruises wants you to schedule to release your inside Olympian in the much more expansive sports and fitness features that are going to be featured aboard the new Royal Princess cruise liner when the vessel open its doors for cruisers next June. Cruisers of all athletic abilities might try their endurance and keep in form with a new outdoor jogging track and extra circuit practices, the multi-activity Princess Sports Central and a fitness center complete of the newest and most contemporary equipment with a private aerobics studio for particular classes.
“A lot of our cruisers are very active on cruises,” told the executive vice president for Princess Cruises, Jan Swartz in a statement. “Those new facilities are going to offer the passengers state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge classes to keep up – or even step up – their fitness routines at the ocean.”
You can see some of the newest facilities in this VIEDO.
Among the fitness facilities on the new cruise liner Royal Princess are:
• Jogging Track
• Princess Sports Central
• Fitness Center/Aerobics Studio
Cruisers might consult with fitness instructors in consultation rooms where they may privately talk about their fitness aims and design a workout routine. The fitness center is part of the vessel's Lotus Spa, so cruisers may wind down after their workout with a relaxing massage.
The 3,600-cruisers Royal Princess is a new-generation vessel currently under construction for one of the biggest cruise companies - Princess Cruises. Amidst the new features found on the board of the cruise liner is going to be a 50 % larger atrium that is the social hub of the vessel; a dramatic over-water SeaWalk, a top-deck glass-bottomed walkway covering more than twenty-eight feet beyond the edge of the cruise; plush private poolside cabanas that appear to be floating on the water; a dazzling water and light show; the new Princess Live! TV studio; a dedicated pastry shop; more dining options that include a special Chef’s Table Lumiere, a private place that surrounds diners in a curtain of light; and balconies on all outside rooms. The cruise liner's 2013 maiden season is going to include cruises on the line’s signature Grand Mediterranean route throughout the summer, which are going to be followed by Eastern Caribbean cruises starting in the fall.