Wondering where your favorite Princess Cruises ships will be during their two-month voluntary suspension of sailings?
While most cruise lines only shut down their sailing operations for 30 days, Princess Cruises, perhaps in part because of the massive hit they took in the media during the early days of the current crisis, made the striking decision to stop sailing for a full two months.
Ever since, we’ve been inundated with messages from people wanting to know where the ships will be going during this temporary hiatus.
Some asked about the fleet as a whole, out of general curiosity, while others were more interested in specific ships.
For information on exactly where the ships will be spending their time until May 10, when sailings are expected to resume, check out the list below.
We’ve alphabetized the list by ship name, as opposed to port, so you can find the one you’re interested in as easily as possible.
Where Your Favorite Princess Cruises Ship Will Spend The Next Month
Caribbean Princess: Anchored in the Bahamas
Coral Princess: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Crown Princess: Anchored off the coast of Freeport, Bahamas
Diamond Princess: Yokohama, Japan
Emerald Princess: Anchored in the Bahamas
Golden Princess: Melbourne, Australia
Grand Princess: Anchored in San Francisco Bay, California
Island Princess: Anchored off the coast of Freeport, Bahamas
Majestic Princess: Singapore
Pacific Princess: Anchored off the Coast of Freemantle, Australia
Regal Princess: Anchored off the coast of Freeport, Bahamas
Royal Princess: Los Angeles, California
Ruby Princess: Sydney, Australia
Sapphire Princess: Singapore
Sea Princess: Anchored off the coast of Sydney, Australia
Sky Princess: Anchored off the coast of Freeport, Bahamas
Star Princess: Los Angeles, California
Sun Princess: Sydney, Australia
In a few of the cases, the ships are still at sea. We’ve indicated where they’re expected to ultimately wind up. And of course, ships may be relocated at any time if operational needs change.
This article will be updated as information becomes available.
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