Princess Cruises has debuted its 2018-2019 Exotics program which will take travellers around the globe with more than 50 departures, ranging in length from three to 111 days.
The diverse deployment includes six ships sailing on 27 unique itineraries throughout five continents, visiting 93 destinations and 47 countries. Guests can book cruises to South America, Southeast Asia and China. In addition, cruisers can experience less-travelled ports aboard the cruise line’s Pacific Princess that will circumvent the globe on a 111-day World Cruise sailing roundtrip from Los Angeles or Ft. Lauderdale.
“Our Exotics program offers our guests the chance to travel to intriguing destinations all over the world, allowing our guests to experience different cultures in places they’ve dreamed of visiting,” said Princess president Jan Swartz.
- OCEAN Medallion-enabled Royal Princess sails its maiden voyage around Cape Horn on a 49-day South America Grand Adventure – the cruise line’s largest ship ever to visit South America.
- Coral Princess sails a new 60-day Circle North Pacific voyage round-trip Los Angeles, calling at 22 destinations in eight countries, including Asia, Alaska and Hawaii.
- Pacific Princess sails a new route on the 111-day World Cruise round-trip from Los Angeles or Ft. Lauderdale and circumnavigating Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. The voyage visits 41 destinations in 27 countries on five continents with overnights in Cape Town and Singapore. The cruise includes three maiden ports of call to Stewart Island (New Zealand), the remote island of St. Helena (U.K. territory) and Guadeloupe (Pointe-à-Pitre).
- Two new 14- and 15-day Grand Asia voyages on Sapphire Princess sailing out of Shanghai and Singapore, complement the previously announced 14-day Majestic Grand Asia voyages on Princess Cruises’ newest ship, Majestic Princess.
More evening stays and overnights will also be offered on select itineraries in 18 ports across five continents.