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Guests are welcomed aboard Crown Princess, Island Princess, and Royal Princess for cruise vacations to Alaska and the Panama Canal. Crown Princess, Island Princess, and Royal Princess are three more Princess Cruises ships that are returning to service and welcoming customers back onboard. Since July 2021, a total of 12 ships, accounting approximately 80 percent of the fleet, have resumed cruising for the world’s top international cruise line.
Island Princess sailed from Ft. Lauderdale on April 27 for a Panama Canal trip; Royal Princess departed Vancouver on May 2 for the popular “Voyage of the Glaciers” Alaska season; and Crown Princess sailed from Seattle on May 7 for a summer program of Inside Passage Alaska excursions. On April 27, the Island Princess departed Ft. Lauderdale for the Panama Canal. Island Princess departed on a 14-day Ocean-to-Ocean Panama Canal voyage from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles on April 27 to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the cruise line sailing to the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal, and will return on a subsequent voyage from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale on May 11.
Princess Italia was the first ship to sail through the Panama Canal in 1967. The Island Princess will next fly to Europe, sailing the British Isles, Northern Europe (including Iceland and the Arctic Circle), and the Mediterranean. The Royal Princess of Alaska set off from Vancouver on May 2nd. Royal Princess departs from Vancouver and Whittier on back-to-back northern and southbound trips on the cruise line’s top-rated “Voyage of the Glaciers” itinerary (Anchorage).
Every voyage includes two days of glacier viewing at Glacier Bay National Park, as well as Hubbard Glacier (southbound) or College Fjord (northbound) (northbound). Juneau, Ketchikan, and Skagway are among the ports visited. These cruises can also be paired with one of the cruise line’s 20 cruisetour options, which include a breathtaking land tour of Denali National Park and the Princess Wilderness Lodges.
Alaska’s Crown Princess The ship is scheduled to leave Seattle on May 7th. Crown Princess is slated to sail Seattle on Saturdays for 19 seven-day Inside Passage cruises to Alaska through September 10, 2022. She will then relocate to Los Angeles for a season of sailing along the California Coast and in Hawaii. All 15 Princess Ships Return to Service Schedule. The cruise line’s fleet of 15 ships is currently operating or will be sailing by September 2022 to destinations across the world, including Alaska, Australia, the California coast, the Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico, and the Panama Canal.
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