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Grand Princess Back in Action

Grand Princess was on a hiatus that was the most extensive dry dock ever in the history of Princess Cruises. The passengers set sail in the ship Fri 6th May, 2011. The dry dock transformed Grand Princess totally in the duration of the dry dock. The extensive revamp made it one of theĀ  most talked about ships in the media lately and the daily updates on video regarding the remodeling procedures carried out daily, attracted close to half million views.

The Grand Princess Dry dock journal had posted twenty six videos as well as the three hundred photographs in total of the daily progress of the revamping procedure. The progress was watched by hundreds of thousands of fans while the ship was docked in Bahamas.

The Skywalkers nightclub on the stern of the ship was removed, and the atrium of the ship was also demolished and rebuilt so as to make a Piazza. The video updates were presented by Martyn Moss, Cruise Director, and had behind the scenes action on many aspects that were undertaken in during the dry docking.

The revitalization dry dock was monumental in a number of ways, and was worked on by a huge number of teams, all of which were shown in the video updates. There are were many tidbits available on the Drydock journal, and had a huge number of updates from key members that played a leading role in the dry dock process, such as Captain Tony Herriott,

Gilberto Vinci, Chief Technical Officer, John Gunner, Senior Vice President of Technical Services, as well as Steve Storey, Project manager.

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