Princess Cruises’ MedallionClass ships confirmed for Caribbean in 2021/22

Princess Cruises has announced itineraries for the islands of the Caribbean and engineering marvel of the Panama Canal for the Autumn 2021 to spring 2022 cruise season.

Three ships will continue Princess’ legacy of Panama Canal cruises, while five cruise ships will be deployed in the Caribbean.

Enchanted Princess will lead the line-up for the Caribbean

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Caribbean 2021-2022

In the Caribbean, Caribbean Princess, Crown Princess, Enchanted Princess, Island Princess and Sky Princess will sail 109 departures on 17 unique itineraries, ranging in length from three to 20 days, taking guests to 27 cruise destinations in 23 countries in the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean.

Key season highlights include:

  • Seven-day Caribbean itineraries on Medallion Class ships Sky Princess and Caribbean Princess include a range of itineraries visiting the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Popular port highlights include St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Grand Turk, San Juan and St. Kitts in the Eastern Caribbean and Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Belize City and Roatán in the Western Caribbean. Both sailings visit Princess’s private island resort, Princess Cays, in the Bahamas.
  • The 10-day Southern Caribbean sailings on Enchanted Princess and Sky Princess visit popular ports such as Bonaire, Curaçao, Antigua and Barbados.

Select itineraries visit Princess Cruises’ private island resort, Princess Cays, an oasis for all kinds of adventures from relaxing on white-sand beaches and unwinding in a private cabana to swimming with stingrays and enjoying water sports.

Guests can choose to immerse in amazing destinations with in-depth excursions for every interest.

Only Princess Cruises offers Discovery and Animal Planet tours, including shore excursions to UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Belize Barrier Reef and Brimstone Hill Fortress in St. Kitts.

With “More Ashore” late-night stays in Aruba, Curaçao, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Cozumel, guests can enjoy beautiful sunsets, island life and evening tours.

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Panama Canal 2021-2022

Princess Cruises was the first cruise line to take passengers through the Panama Canal locks in 1967, bringing more passengers through the canal every year than any other cruise line and that legacy continues next year.

For the upcoming 2021/2022 season, three ships will sail the waters of the Panama Canal with 17 departures and four unique itineraries.

Voyages range from 10 to 15 days visiting 17 destinations in eight countries.

Key highlights include:

10-day Panama Canal sailing round-trip Ft. Lauderdale visits Costa Rica and Caribbean on Crown Princess giving guests the unique experience of transiting the new Panama Canal Agua Clara locks and relaxation on the Caribbean beaches.

Panama Canal Ocean to Ocean itineraries travel between Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles or San Francisco and vice versa sailing the new Panama Canal Locks. This itinerary allows guests a full transit experience while visiting ports in Mexico, South and Central America.

Additionally, Island Princess has two 14-day voyages from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles which transit the historical locks.

The OceanMedallion Cruise Experience 

Onboard MedallionClass ships sailing Caribbean and Panama Canal itineraries, the OceanMedallion wearable transforms holidays by simplifying the entire cruise experience, delivering highly personalised service and enabling interactive entertainment.

Among enhancements, guests enjoy streamlined boarding; on-demand food, beverage and service delivery; keyless stateroom entry; and contactless payment.

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