Princess Cruises has unveiled its 2017-2018 Americas cruise program highlighted by new itineraries and longer port stays in the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii and the California Coast.
Sailings range from three to 28 days and are available for booking.
In total, 11 ships with 230 departures on more than 30 unique itineraries visiting 70 destinations will sail between September 2017 and April 2018. Cruises will offer guests a variety of choices ranging from a short-cruise getaway to week-long vacations, as well as voyages of 10 days and longer.
Highlights include the maiden season of Caribbean Princess on 10-day cruises sailing through the new Panama Canal locks. Roundtrip California Coast voyages from Los Angeles will now include the port of Monterey. A Princess first, Emerald Princess offers a 12-day roundtrip Alaska voyage from Los Angeles in spring 2018.
Princess guests can choose from more short-cruise getaways on both coasts with Crown Princess introducing new five-day departures to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Ft. Lauderdale, while Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess sail four- and five-day options from Los Angeles – with an overnight stay in Cabo San Lucas on the five-day cruise.