Princess Cruises have just announced a number of details for their 2014-15 America cruises, including itinerary information for two of the fleets newest ships.
The company released details about its 2014-15 itineraries for the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Canada, New England and the US West Coast.
Regal Princess (New for June 2014) –
Regal Princess will offer sail seven day sailings in the Eastern Caribbean from her homeport in Fort Lauderdale.
Regal is the one of the company’s two new ships; she will launch in June 2014. She’ll be the sister ship to Royal Princess, carrying 3,600 passengers and bringing a range of exciting new innovations and signature features to the Princess fleet.
Regal will have a large, expanded atrium, new entertainment, new casual dining options, a large top deck pool with a water and light show, a new and enhanced ‘Movies Under The Stars’ screen and balconies on ALL staterooms.
Royal Princess (New for June 2013) –
The ship is scheduled for four departures from New York in September and October 2014. She’ll sail via Boston, Bar Harbour, Newport, Halifax and Saint John.
She’ll also make history by becoming the “largest ship ever to take passengers to Canada and New England.”
Arriving next month, Royal Princess looks set to innovate the cruise industry with her exciting new features! We’re looking forward to the SeaWalk that offers views 128 feet straight down!
Onboard, guests can enjoy Gelato, the charming new Italian gelateria and the trendy new Ocean Terrace Seafood Bar. There’ll also be lively music, plenty of fabulous choreography and beautiful venues onboard the new ship.
Guests will enjoy subtle colour palettes, beautiful marble finishings and a wealth of luxury in the new staterooms – designed to be a haven of relaxation.
Ruby Princess –
Ruby Princess will sail in the region for the first time on Princess’ signature 10-day Classic Canada and New England itinerary. This trip includes an overnight stop in Quebec City.
Guests can tour a range of interesting locations, including Colonial America sites and Canadian cities during their holidays, ensuring a rich and cultural experience for all.
Crown Princess –
Crown Princess is currently the line’s newest and most innovative ship. For the 2014-15 season, she’ll be based in L.A and will offer a 28-day tour of Hawaii, Tahiti and Samoa.
Golden Princess –
Golden Princess will offer short ‘getaway’ sailings from L.A. during autumn.
Star Princess –
Star will be based in San Francisco. She’ll sail to Hawaii, Mexico and the California Coast.
Emerald Princess –
Emerald Princess will sail seven-day Western Caribbean voyages from Houston, Texas.
Coral Princess & Island Princess –
Finally, these two ships will continue with their popular Panama Canal voyages.
As well as an 11-day roundtrip itinerary from Fort Lauderdale, there will also be a longer journey available, which will complete a full transit of the canal, on a journey up to Vancouver for those who wish to discover a bit of Canada.