From February, the line will make it easier for passengers to ‘offset’ their holiday indulgences
Princess Cruises will increase onboard fitness classes, adding workouts from premium fitness brands.
Brands that will be available aboard the Princess Cruises fleet include Pure Barre, YogaSix and StretchLab.
From 20 February 2023, travellers who have booked all-inclusive packages like Princess Plus and Princess Premier can take advantage of the complimentary onboard workouts.
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The decision to expand fitness classes was prompted by a Statista survey that showed increased exercise is top of people's New Year’s resolutions for 2023.
The Princess Plus package will feature two complimentary fitness classes per cruise, while the Princess Premier packages will have unlimited fitness classes.
Some of the workouts that will be available from mid-February include Pure Barre, YogaSix, StretchLab, Club Pilates, Cycle Bar, Stride Fitness.
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Commenting on the announcement, Princess Cruises president John Padgett said: “To many people, continuing their daily exercise routine on vacation gives licence to extra special vacation indulgence, and Princess presents world-class options on both the fitness and indulgence fronts.
“Whether it’s keeping up with New Year resolutions, offsetting the incredible food and drink on board, or connecting with other fitness fans, we’re excited to offer the most premium and inclusive boutique fitness experiences in the industry.”
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