Ocean Princess makes a stop in the territory

The M/S Ocean Princess in Pago Pago harbor. [photo: Jeff Hayner]

The M/S Ocean Princess was in port yesterday visiting the territory with its 670 passengers and 373 crew members, after first stopping in Bora Bora, French Polynesia. After departure late in the afternoon, it then made its way to Apia, Samoa. Next destinations for the  Ocean Princess include ports in Australia, Africa, Arabia, Asia, the Baltic Sea, British Isles, Eastern Mediterranean, Norwegian Fjords,  and Western Mediterranean.

The owner and operator of the M/S Ocean Princess is Princess Cruises and Port of Registry is Bermuda. An “R” class cruise ship, the tonnage is 30,277 GRT, with 11 total decks, of which nine are passenger accessible.


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