When Princess begins its third cruising season out of New York City, one thing will be a little different. In 2008, the cruise line will bring the Caribbean Princess to its Brooklyn homeport, replacing the Crown Princess.
The Caribbean Princess will sail nine-night eastern Caribbean itineraries between May 17 and August 15, 2008. Eight of the itineraries include calls at Bermuda, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk, and three additional itineraries stop in Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk.
The 3,100-passenger Caribbean Princess launched in 2004, and features almost 900 cabins with balconies. It offers an outdoor movie screen, plentiful dining options, kids and teen centers, and the Skywalkers Nightclub (located 15 decks up and elevated above the rest of the ship).
Early-booking prices on the nine-night itineraries start at $1,199 per person. Reservations will be accepted starting March 24, 2007.