(12:15 p.m. BST) -- Passengers sailing on UK-based Sapphire Princess will now have access to in-cabin tea- and coffee-making facilities.
Kettles were added by Princess to allow the ship -- which is currently sailing roundtrip itineraries from Southampton through October and will return from April to October 2019 -- to better cater for the English market.
"We fully appreciate how much Brits all enjoy drinking tea and coffee", said Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises' vice president, UK and Europe, in a statement. "While it's still easy enough for guests to order complimentary hot drinks via room service or our onboard restaurants, introducing kettles will give them an extra coffee and tea-making option when it's time to rise and shine or they're sitting back and relaxing in their stateroom or balcony."
Sapphire Princess also underwent an extensive two-week refit in March, during which all cabins were outfitted with the line's Princess Luxury Beds -- some of the best cruise ship beds at sea.
Want to know what a sailing on Sapphire Princess is like? Check out our Just Back From recap.
--By Ashley Kosciolek, Editor