Grand DesignsMajestic PrincessPrincess Cruisessocial mediavideo Developed for Facebook, Princess Cruises with Mediacom have partnered with FremantleMedia Australia to produce a landmark 4-part digital series titled Grand Designs Australia, Offshore.Premiering on Monday, 28 May, the series follows leading Australian architect and host of Grand Designs Australia, Peter Maddison, as he goes behind the scenes to unveil the intricacies involved in the design of Princess Cruises’ 143,000-tonne 330 metre-long flagship megaliner, Majestic Princess.From onboard the ship, Peter uncovers the science behind some of the most advanced architecture at sea, including The SeaWalk, a dramatic over-the-ocean glass walkway that extends 8.5 metres beyond the edge of the ship to give guests the sensation of walking on water. The engineering feat was a first of its kind for the cruise industry with the glass walkway offering guests the same view as the Captain would see from the bridge.“We’re delighted to have partnered with Fremantle Media and Mediacom on this ground-breaking series designed to give our guests a unique insight into a truly international world class ship. It was an honour to have renowned Australian architect Peter Maddison onboard to give his expertise on Majestic Princess’ design and architecture features ahead of the ship’s maiden arrival into Australia later this year,” said Director of Sales and Marketing Princess Cruises, Nick Ferguson.Majestic Princess will be the largest Princess ship to sail Australian waters and call Australia home when she makes her maiden arrival in Sydney on September 15 2018. During her inaugural Australian season, Majestic Princess will sail on 16 cruises to destinations including Fiji, New Zealand and Tasmania as well as two Asia voyages between Shanghai and Sydney, and Sydney and Hong Kong.
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