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Princess Cruises Is Sailing Through The New Panama Canal Locks

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Princess Cruises has announced its itineraries for the America’s which includes sailings through the new Panama Canal Locks. The new itineraries are for Fall 2017 to Spring 2018 and includes sailings within the Caribbean, Panama Canal,Mexico, Hawaii, and the California Coast. The array of cruise vacations range from three to 28 days and went on sale May 19.

In total, 11 ships with 230 departures on more than 30 unique itineraries visiting 70 destinations will sail between September 2017 and April 2018. Highlights include the maiden season of Caribbean Princess on 10-day cruises sailing through the new Panama Canal locks. Round Trip 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- or five-day options from Los Angeles – with overnight stay in Cabo San Lucas on our five-day!

Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president said:

“Our 2017-2018 Americas season offers exciting itineraries for our guests to choose the perfect cruise vacation from homeports in the United States and Canada,”

“Recognized for our award-winning itineraries, we’re always evolving our cruise options so our guests can immerse themselves in the local cultures and enjoy new experiences while in port.”

Offering guests more time to explore local cultures and culinary offerings, select itineraries in the Caribbean,California and Hawaii offer extended stays in Aruba, Curacao, St. Thomas, Cozumel, San Francisco, San Diego, Long Beach and Honolulu, as well an overnight stay in Cabo San Lucas on the line’s five-day voyages from Los Angeles.

It’s worth checking out the Princess site and browsing all the itineraries on our Princess Cruises Top 10 Deals page.

Source: Princess Cruises

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