Cruise Line Announces Ultimate Bucket List World Cruise

Princess Cruises has announced details on its 111-day world cruise which will visit 50 destinations and 32 counties across six continents. It truly will be a dream bucket list cruise.

Princess Cruises World Voyage

The Island Princess cruise ship will sail an epic 111-day world cruise in 2021 and it will be one of the most robust the cruise line has ever offered. The voyage will visit 50 destinations across 32 countries and six continents.

The ship will depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida on January 3, 2021, but also a shorter 97-day voyage is available for booking which departs Los Angeles, California on January 17, 2021.

Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president, said:

“Our 2021 World Cruise marks a significant milestone for Princess Cruises, with it being our most robust itinerary.”

“Guests will sail more than 34,000 nautical miles on an ultimate adventure around the globe, creating unforgettable memories.”

The world cruise has just opened up and is on sale but it will set you back with rates starting from $19,999 per person. Princess Cruises is offering early booking perks including $1,000 onboard spending credit, free airfare, stateroom upgrade, gratuities, Wi-Fi, specialty dining and wine. The perks will apply to the 97-day and 111-day cruises only if booked November 30, 2019.

Island princess World Cruise Itinerary
Princess Cruises Debuts Most Destination-Rich World Cruise Ever Offered

The cruise line has released some facts about the 2021 bucket list cruise:

  • Cruise to 50 destinations, 32 countries on six continents.
  • Visits to 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the Archaeological City of Petra from Aqaba, the ancient Greek city of Ephesus in Turkey and the historical city of Rabat from Casablanca.
  • Island Princess will sail 34,000 nautical miles in 111 days.
  • The World Cruise crosses the Equator two times.
  • Maiden port calls to the beautiful seaside town of Gynthion, Greece; New Plymouth, New Zealand; and Mindelo, Cape Verde Islands.
  • An optional overland excursion to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Australian Outback, home of the iconic Ayers Rock.
  • With 14 late-night “More Ashore” stays to maximize time in port, guests can take in a Tahitian sunset or make a toast to the nightlife in Singapore, plus be treated to overnight stays in ultra-modern Dubai and magical Venice.

Also Read: Princess Cruises Completes Order of Two New Mega Ships

This will be a debut world cruise for Island Princess which is 91,600 gross tons and featuring more than 700 balconies. She has a guest capacity of over 1,900 at double occupancy and is currently based out of Fort Lauderdale.


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