WATCH: Princess Cruises’ Ocean Medallion Class Preview

WATCH: Princess Cruises’ Ocean Medallion Class Preview
  1. WATCH: Princess Cruises’ Ocean Medallion Class Preview
    Get a sense for how Carnival Corporation’s new technology will better the guest…

PHOTO: The Medallion is engraved with the passenger's name and embarkation date. (Photo courtesy of Carnival Corporation)

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Carnival Corporation’s exciting new Ocean Medallion technology is coming first to its Princess Cruises brand as Ocean Medallion Class. The Regal Princess will initially feature the wearable app-based solution starting on November 13, 2017, followed by the Royal Princess and Caribbean Princess in early 2018.

READ MORE: Carnival Corp. Aims To Transform Cruise Experience with Medallion Technology

Most notably, the presentation shows a bit more of how the worn medallion will interface with mobile devices and way-finding signage onboard. It also reveals what kind of accessories might be available to dress up the small circle as worn like a bracelet. It’s also expected to be capable of being framed as a pendant or simply pocketed.

What remains to be seen is whether or not the technology will expand to guest’s existing smart watches in time. A…

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