Cruise NewsPrincess Cruises Announces 2017-18 Caribbean, Hawaii, and Alaska Itineraries

Princess Cruises Announces 2017-18 Caribbean, Hawaii, and Alaska Itineraries

Princess Cruises has announced their 2017-18 Americas program with cruises to the Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii, Panama Canal, and the California Coast.

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These 2017-18 cruises that Princess has announced open for booking on May 19, 2016.  Early booking incentives include 2-1 deposits (just 10% of the cruise fare) and Launch Savings up to $100 per person for Princess Cruises Captain’s Circle Members.

Caribbean – Princess will have five cruise ships (Crown Princess, Regal Princess, Royal Princess, Caribbean Princess, and Pacific Princess) sailing to the Caribbean for the 2017-18 season.  Itineraries will range from five to 14 days and visit the region’s most exciting ports and top rated beach locales.

Regal Princess will sail seven night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.  Crown Princess will alternative 8 day sailings to the Eastern and Southern Caribbean, as well as five day cruise getaways.  New for the season is a 14 day Circle Caribbean itinerary on Caribbean Princess.  Royal Princess will sail 10 day Southern Medley and 10 day Eastern Voyager cruises to the Caribbean.  These two cruises can be combined into one 20 day vacation.

Several itineraries will also offer More Ashore Late Night calls where the ship will stay in port until 9 p.m., with a few overnight port stops.

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Hawaii, Mexico, and California Coast – Visit all four of the main Hawaiian islands (Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and The Big Islands of Hawaii) with Hawaii themed programs on board. Princess is the only cruise line offering regular sailings from the mainland. Star Princess, Grand Princess, and Emerald Princess will sail to Hawaii from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Vancouver.  Itineraries range from 15-28 days.

Cruises to the Mexican Riveria will include five to 10 day trips on Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess, and Grand Princess.

Cruises to the California Coast and Alaska will range from three to 12 day trips on Star Princess, Grand Princess, Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess, Island Princess, and Coral Princess.

  • Alaska Inside Passage
  • Classic California Coast
  • Pacific Wine Country
  • West Coast Getaway
  • Pacific Coastal

Panama Canal – Princess Cruises is the #1 cruise line in the region and began sailing to the Panama Canal in 1967. The cruise line will be offering a wide selection of round trip sailings from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, as well as one way cruises from ocean to ocean.

Caribbean Princess, Coral Princess, Island Princess, and Pacific Princess will sail ten 10 to 19 day voyages to the Panama Canal. Select 15 and 19 day cruises will feature a full Panama Canal transit as part of Princess Cruises’ 2-Day Canal Experience.

All cruises open for booking on May 19 with a special two category upgrade for groups.  View Cruises on Princess Cruises

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Cruise NewsPrincess Cruises Announces 2017-18 Caribbean, Hawaii, and Alaska Itineraries


  1. Hi Ben
    I’ve noticed nearly all the info on Cruise fever is for the America’s how about some for the Pacific (Australia, New Zealand etc)
    I look forward to seeing that!
    Regards James

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