Following collaboration with government officials and evolving guidance from the CDC, Princess Cruises has announced more ships, dates, and itineraries for its return to sailing in the United States.
Starting up between September 25 and November 28, cruises onboard eight of the line’s MedallionClass ships will bring passengers to the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii, and the California Coast.
“As we continue our return to service, it is a thrill for us to be able to bring more cruise vacation options to our travel-starved guests,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president. “We appreciate the support of government and port officials who we worked closely with to make these travel opportunities available, in a thoughtful and safe way, for our guests.”
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Ships & Itineraries
Majestic & Grand Princess
Los Angeles once again serves as the springboard to a variety of destinations, including the California Coast and Mexico on seven-night cruises, and the Hawaiian Islands on 15-night cruises.
Also available are three to five-night Getaway sailings to the California Coast and Mexico.
Sailing from the iconic Port of San Francisco, Ruby Princess will resume service with seven-night California Coast cruises before adding 15-night sailings to four different Hawaiian Islands and 10-night Mexico cruises to the lineup.
To start her existing inaugural season of 10-night cruises to the southern and eastern Caribbean, Enchanted Princess will sail two brand new cruises from Fort Lauderdale.
Sky, Regal, & Caribbean Princess
From Fort Lauderdale, passengers can island-hop through the Caribbean with three, five, seven, and 14-night eastern and western Caribbean voyages.
Crown Princess will travel to the iconic Panama Canal from Fort Lauderdale on a series of 10-night cruises.
Dining, entertainment, and shore excursion details are currently being finalized and will be announced in the coming weeks.
Princess sailings through 2021 are available to fully vaccinated guests who have proof of vaccination. In a release with these announcements, Princess did state that it is continuing to monitor the latest CDC guidance, and will adjust onboard protocols and vaccination requirements as necessary.
These fall 2021 voyages are now open for booking, and will be accessible for OceanReady pre-cruise preparations and for making dining reservations on July 30.
To make way for its U.S. restart, Princess Cruises has canceled select sailings including the remaining Europe and transatlantic season for Island Princess.
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