Princess Cruises is offering free stateroom upgrades on nearly 1,250 cruise itineraries setting sail in 2019, 2020 and 2021. The offer is valid on all bookings made between September 4th and October 31st, 2019.
Guests booking an ocean view stateroom can take advantage of a free upgrade to a balcony, whilst those sailing on Princess’ five newest ships – Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Majestic Princess, Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess – will receive an upgrade from a balcony to a mini-suite.
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The offer includes the Princess Cruise itineraries featuring departures from Dubai and Cape Town during 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Included in the promotion is Pacific Princess’ 22-night Cape Town to Fort Lauderdale cruise departing April 4th, 2020.
For those cruising from Dubai, the promotion applies to all three Princess cruises from the UAE in 2020, including Regal Princess’ 11-night cruise from Dubai to Singapore, Sea Princess’ 29-night Dubai to Dover cruise and Island Princess’ 11-night cruise to Singapore.
Additionally, on select British Isles cruises departing in 2020 on Regal Princess, guests will benefit from an upgrade to a balcony from an inside stateroom.
Included in this deal are:
A 12-day ‘Search for the Northern Lights’ cruise on Island Princess, departing October 3, 2020. Sailing roundtrip from Southampton, calling at Alesund, Tromso, Alta (overnight call) and Stavanger. Prices from £1,899 per person.
A 17-day Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruise on Crown Princess, departing November 6, 2020. Sailing roundtrip from Southampton, calling at Seville (Cadiz), Valletta, Mykonos, Kusadasi, Santorini and Cartagena. Prices from £1,999 per person.
A 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise on Enchanted Princess, departing November 28, 2020. Sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, calling at Princess Cays (Bahamas), St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Prices from £999 per person.
Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Majestic Princess, Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess are all currently the largest cruise ships in the Princess fleet.
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Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess will be the last of the Royal-class cruise ships to be delivered before the cruise line introduces it’s even larger LNG-powered vessels.
Sky Princess, launching in October this year, will sail Scandinavia and Russia roundtrip from Copenhagen in spring and summer next year.
Enchanted Princess meanwhile will be delivered in June next year. She will sail from Southampton for an inaugural season in the Mediterranean before heading to the Caribbean in autumn 2020.
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