Princess Cruises’ 2,600-guest vessel, Star Princess, has received a multi-million pound renovation.

After a two-week dry dock, the refurbished ship now offers redesigned youth centres, a wider choice of shopping, an enhanced spa and an updated fitness centre.

The ship is currently sailing the Hawaiian Islands on 15 night round trip itineraries from Los Angeles and Vancouver, before she moves to Alaska in May 2018.

The onboard kids’ club has been redesigned in partnership with the Discovery Channel and renamed ‘Camp Discovery’ and, as part of a wider roll-out taking place across the cruise line’s fleet, there are three new youth centres that each have their own theme: ‘The Treehouse’ forest and animals theme for ages three to seven; ‘The Lodge’ for ages eight to 12 and inspired by the outdoors; and ‘The Beach House’ surf-themed lounge for ages 13 to 17.

The onboard salon and treatments rooms have been upgraded while the fitness centre includes updated equipment. A greater retail choice is also available, with a more modernised cosmetic & fragrance shop as well as a new fine Jewellery shop, Effy.

All 1,300 staterooms have had the line's signature Princess luxury beds and linens fitted.

Jan Swartz, the cruise line’s president, said: “Star Princess now offers many of the signature product innovations our guests have come to love, including the Princess luxury bed, Camp Discovery and a revamped Sabatini’s. These enhancements continue our £330 million multi-year ship renovation campaign, ‘Come Back New Promise’, enhancing our onboard guest experience.”

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