Princess Cruises is expanding cruise offerings from US ports

Princess Cruises is expanding cruise offerings from US ports


August 5, 2022 – Princess Cruises, a Carnival Corporation & plc company, operates 15 premium cruise ships worldwide. More than two million passengers used the brand's service in the pre-corona year 2019. From August 11th, Princess Cruises will present the shipping company's largest cruise offer to date with US ports of departure.

In the 2023/24 season, Princess Cruises cruise ships will depart from seven US ports. The company offers 47 different routes. In total, the Princess Cruises ships start 214 cruises. The route list includes destinations in the Caribbean, the US West Coast, Central America, Mexico and the Pacific Rim. The 32-day sea voyage of the Sapphire Princess is particularly attractive. It starts in Los Angeles and travels to Suva, the capital of the island nation of Fiji. Other destinations on the voyage include Hawaii, French Polynesia and Samoa.

Sapphire Princess in Singapore

Sapphire Princess in Singapore


Another voyage is being promoted by Princess Cruises with the spectacular experience of a total solar eclipse. The solar eclipse will take place on April 8, 2024. The trip also begins in Los Angeles and includes a ten-day cruise along the Mexican Riviera.

Caribbean cruises are also of crucial importance for the shipping company and its customers. Seven ships in the fleet operate on 18 different routes in the Caribbean. One of the ships is the Enchanted Princess. She starts in Fort Lauderdale/Fl. and visits the Eastern Caribbean. Destinations such as Antigua, Saint Lucia, Dominica and Martinique are headed for. Also on offer are two-week Circle Caribbean cruises. The trips offer pure Caribbean and also start in Fort Lauderdale. The Enchanted Princess visits interesting destinations such as St. Kitts, Guadeloupe, Barbados, or Grenada Curaçao.

 

 

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