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Cruise NewsPrincess Cruises111 Day Cruise That Visits 29 Countries Opens for Bookings Tomorrow

111 Day Cruise That Visits 29 Countries Opens for Bookings Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Princess Cruises is opening up their latest world cruise for bookings.  This 111 day cruise taking place in 2022 will visit 51 ports, 29 countries, and six continents.

The cruise will take place on the cruise ship Island Princess.  Passengers will have the choice between boarding the ship in Ft. Lauderdale or Los Angeles.  While the cruise opens up for bookings to the general public tomorrow, Elite Level members from Princess Cruises can reserve their spot on this epic journey today.

Passengers who book their cruise early will receive the Premier Beverage Package, WiFi, gratuities, onboard credit, roundtrip airfare, and specialty dining.

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This world cruise in 2022 will cross the equator twice, feature 11 late night calls including an overnight stay in Dubai, travel 34,000 nautical miles, and visit 25 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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Ports stops on the cruise include the Panama Canal, Barcelona, Rome, Monte Carlo, Athens, Dubai, Jerusalem, Malta, Singapore, Bali, Sydney, Auckland, and two port stops in Hawaii.

Book by November 30, 2020 and receive $500 onboard spending money, a premier beverage package, gratuities paid on your behalf, WiFi, airfare and specialty dining. And past guests can also receive a savings of up to $1000 per person.

Cruise fares range from $20,999 per person for an inside cabin to $57,999 per person for a suite. Balcony cabins start at $29,999 per person.

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