‘Tis the season for talking about 2007 plans, and Princess won’t be left out. The premium line has announced plans for a tropical summer and New York frame of mind.
The Crown Princess hasn’t set bow in the U.S., but Princess has already scheduled its newest ship for a return season out of New York. Its nine-day eastern Caribbean itineraries are generating so much interest for 2006, that Princess won’t mess with a good thing in 2007.
Ports-of-call include Bermuda, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk. In addition, the Crown Princess will do two sailings of a new eastern Caribbean itinerary featuring Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk.
On the other side of the globe, Princess will sail its first summer cruises in Hawaii in 2007, as well as a special Midway Islands cruise. The intimate Pacific Princess is making waves with a 33-night voyage from Sydney to Honolulu followed by an 11-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver. Sister ship Tahitian Princess is cruising—where else?—Polynesia and the Cook Islands, as well as 12-night journeys between Papeete and Honolulu and 10-night Polynesia and Marquesas Islands sailings.
The Regal Princess will run 15-night Hawaii cruises from Los Angeles between late April and mid-August. She’ll also journey from Los Angeles to the Midway Islands on May 28 for the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Midway, returning via Hawaii. And on August 31, she’ll head out across the ocean for a 31-night Los Angeles to Sydney crossing.
Early booking fares will be available on all of these itineraries by tomorrow, April 22. To book your 2007 cruise, visit Princess’ website or call a travel agent.
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