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Third Princess Cruise Ship Restarts Operations in the U.S.

Emerald Princess becomes the third Princess cruise ship to resume operations in the U.S. and the fifth in the fleet globally.

Three More Princess Cruise Ships to Restart Operations in the U.S.

Three more Princess cruise ships will resume operations in the U.S. in February, March, and April 2022, bringing the total to 11 ships back in service.

First Cruise Ship Returns to San Francisco Since Suspensions First Started

Majestic Princess makes maiden call at San Francisco and becomes first cruise ship to return to the city since suspensions started in 2020.

Second Princess Cruises Ship Begins Sailings from Port of Los Angeles

Majestic Princess begins sailings from the Port of Los Angeles in California to begin 3- to 10-dat voyages.

First Princess Cruise Ship Restarts Operations from Los Angeles, California

Grand Princess becomes the first cruise ship to restart operations from Los Angeles, California and the first in the fleet from the state.

Two More Cruise Lines Cancel All Australia Cruises Until Mid-January 2022

Two Carnival-owned cruise lines have extended suspensions in Australia into early 2022 due to uncertainty on reopening the industry.

Princess Cruises Makes Retail Partnership for Entire Fleet

Princess Cruises makes an agreement with retail provider Harding to shift its in-house retails stores across 14 ships to the company.

Princess Cruises Updates Protocols For U.S. Departures

Princess Cruises follows other cruise lines and will introduce pre-cruise testing within two days for U.S. departures.

Construction Begins on First Sphere-Class Princess Cruise Ship

Construction begins on the first of two Sphere-class cruise ships at 175,000 gross tons and LNG powered, scheduled for completion in 2023.