Left, Captain Lynn Denhar, Dr. Vicki Perini and Jennifer Austin
Princess Cruises has revealed that Captain Lynn Dunhar, Dr. Vicki Perini and Jennifer Austin will be three godmothers for Enchanted Princess, her new ship MedallionClass.
All three are members of The Explorers Club, an international company founded in 1904 and dedicated to field missions, scientific research and resource conservation.
Captain Lynn Dunhar joined the Researchers Club in 2005 and has also served in many oceanographic societies, including the Pacific Islands Research Institute. As a licensed diving master and director of the United States Coast Guard, she contributes to the conservation and tourism of the global ocean.
Dr. Vicki Perini, who has a PhD in Coastal Oceanography, is researching both the coast and the depths of the sea.
In its 14 years at Google, Jennifer Austin founded the Google Ocean program to create the first virtual map of the ocean, accessible on Google Earth and Google Maps. She served on the Researchers’ Club W40 Women’s Committee and also founded Ocean Agenda, to battle oceanographers.
The Godmother’s contribution to ocean conservation and ocean management will be featured in a production titled “Our World, Magical” and will air worldwide on December 13th. This video will be part of the Magic Princess ‘name ceremony and is available on the YouTube channel and Princess Cruises’ Facebook page. The show will also feature sailing company president John Fudget, group president Jan Swats and commodore Nick Nash, detailing the interiors of the magical princess, accommodation, entertainment and services on board.
“This unique approach to the name of the Magic Princess honors our heritage of bringing people together and creating lasting memories aboard our cruises by allowing us to share the excitement of the ceremony with more people than ever and give the princess fans a more intimate look at our new ceremony.” MedallionClass Ship, ” Said John Fudget, president of Princess Cruises.
The magical princess will travel to Europe in April 2022 to sail on a series of Scandinavian voyages from Copenhagen, Denmark. The ship can carry 3,660 guests and features sky suites, 25 bars and restaurants, hot tubs and swimming pools and production shows.