Update on Crown Princess

The increased incidence of gastrointestinal illness that occurred during the previous cruise of Crown Princess has reappeared on the current voyage which departed Saturday, February 4, despite rigorous sanitization measures.
In consultation with the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), who has informed us that there are widespread outbreaks of Norovirus occurring in the US, it… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises 2012 Europe Program is Company’s Largest Ever

More than 50 Itinerary Choices Will Take Passengers to Mediterranean, Holy Land, Northern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (September 28, 2011) — Whether it’s the timeless cities of the Mediterranean, the splendor of Scandinavia and Russia or the intriguing ports of the continent’s northern reaches, Princess Cruises passengers may have a hard time choosing… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises’ 2012-2013 Caribbean and Panama Canal Sailings : Princess Ships Return to Texas Gulf Coast with Cruises from Galveston

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (September 19, 2011) — Princess Cruises ships will sail to the balmy waters of the Caribbean from both Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Galveston, Texas during the fall 2012 to spring 2013 cruise season, plus will offer a variety of ways to cruise through one of the world’s engineering wonders, the Panama Canal.
Princess’… [Continue Reading]

Noted Cruise Ship Historian to Appear Aboard Princess Cruises Ships in 2011

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (November 15, 2010) — Princess Cruises passengers will have a variety of opportunities to sail with best-selling maritime author and popular public speaker John Maxtone-Graham as he makes appearances on a number of sailings to South America and Europe in 2011.
Maxtone-Graham is well-known to cruise enthusiasts as he has chronicled the full… [Continue Reading]

Princess Cruises Launches “Caribbean Super Sale”

SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (July 6, 2010) — Princess Cruises has launched a new “Caribbean Super Sale” offering customers significant savings on select 2010 and 2011 voyages through the sparkling waters of the Caribbean. Travelers can choose to sail among the sun-swept islands for seven to 14 days, with fares starting at just $399.
“Our relaxed… [Continue Reading]