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Princess Cruises will return to Japan for the spring season, alongside cruises to the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Atlantic, Northern Europe, Alaska, the West Coast, and Australia. The company will deploy 11 ships across 25 homeports and 19 countries, offering over 170 unique itineraries. The deployment breakdown includes Enchanted Princess, Sky Princess, Regal Princess, Island Princess, Ruby Princess, Emerald Princess, Discovery Princess, Royal Princess, Crown Princess, Majestic Princess, and Grand Princess. The ships will sail from March 2 to June 28, offering itineraries lasting between three and 28 nights. The spring season marks the line’s return to Japan, with Diamond Princess sailing roundtrip from Yokohama and Kobe, offering a series of 8- to 15-day voyages.
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Marking the company’s return to Japan, the spring season for Princess Cruises will also feature itineraries in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, Northern Europe, Alaska, the West Coast, Australia and more. Cruise Industry News has looked into the company’s full deployment for the season. Here’s the breakdown: Atlantic and Europe Enchanted Princess Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,660 guests Built: 2020 Homeports: Fort Lauderdale (United States); Barcelona (Spain); Civitavecchia (Italy) and more Length: Six to 14 nights Itineraries: 14-night transatlantic crossing followed by six- and seven-night itineraries in the […]