New look Princess Cruises Grand Princess

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP017388" title="Princess Cruises" href="/topic/business/tourism-leisure-industry/princess-cruises-ORCRP017388.topic">Princess Cruises</a>' Grand Princess sports a new streamlined look after spending more than three weeks in drydock. Most notable is what's missing, the iconic Skywalkers bar that used to rise over the top deck at the stern of the cruise ship. In this shot, the Grand Princess departs <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA0000147" title="Port Everglades" href="/topic/business/transportation-industry/waterway-maritime-transportation-industry/port-everglades-PLTRA0000147.topic">Port Everglades</a> in Fort Lauderdale on its first cruise since the drydock renovations.

( Princess Cruises / February 14, 2014 )

Princess Cruises' Grand Princess sports a new streamlined look after spending more than three weeks in drydock. Most notable is what's missing, the iconic Skywalkers bar that used to rise over the top deck at the stern of the cruise ship. In this shot, the Grand Princess departs Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale on its first cruise since the drydock renovations.

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