Princess Cruises announced Monday that it will resume sailing from Florida’s Port Canaveral and Los Angeles’ Long Beach beginning in May 2016. The news comes a year after the cruise line cut its once-a-month sailings from Florida, citing difficulty in operating profitable Florida-based routes. The move followed the cancellation of the line’s winter Florida sailings, which began in November 2015. The first sailing from Florida from late May through late August will feature a departure from Port Canaveral on Wednesday, May 27. Departing on Tuesday, June 18, the line will sail from Long Beach on Monday, July 2.
Princess Cruises, the largest cruise line in the world, today announced it will restart US-bound sailings from Port Canaveral and San Diego, California on March 10, 2015. The cruise line said it made the decision after evaluating the current market conditions and taking into consideration factors including the continued decline in the number of US passengers taking cruises.
Princess Cruises has just announced plans to bring ships back to the U.S. this fall from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale. Cruise ship operations following a pandemic are carefully planned in conjunction with government officials and in accordance with evolving guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Eight Medallion-class Princess ships will again sail to Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Mexico and the California coast. They start on the 25th. September to the 28th. November 2023. Flights for the fall of 2023 can be booked now. Reservations for dining and admission to Ocean Ready prior to the cruise are available on the 30th. July open. Current trend Majestic Princess, Grand Princess – From Los Angeles, guests can reach a variety of destinations and choose from three- to five-day getaway cruises or seven-day cruises along the California coast and Mexico, as well as 15-day itineraries to Hawaii. Ruby Princess – From the legendary port of San Francisco, Ruby Princess will begin seven-day cruises along the California coast, followed by a 15-day voyage with a stop on four Hawaiian islands, and additional 10-day cruises to Mexico.
Enchanted Princess – This ship begins her inaugural season with two new 10-day itineraries from Fort Lauderdale to the southern and eastern Caribbean. Sky Princess, Regal Princess, Caribbean Princess – From Fort Lauderdale, three-, five-, seven- and 14-day cruises aboard these three ships take guests to the world-famous beaches of the Eastern Caribbean and Western Caribbean to explore pristine coral reefs, underwater caves and ancient Mayan ruins. Crown Princess – will operate a series of 10-day cruises from Fort Lauderdale, allowing guests to explore the Panama Canal, one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Details on meals, entertainment and excursions on each of these cruises are currently being finalized and more information will be available in the coming weeks. We are excited to once again be able to offer more cruise options to our travel-loving customers, said Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises, in a statement. We appreciate the support of the government and port authorities with whom we have worked closely to make these travel options affordable, considerate and safe for our guests.
Princess 2023 cruises are now open to guests who can prove they received the last dose of the approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to departure. Crew members must also be fully vaccinated according to CDC recommendations before boarding. To accommodate Princess’ new recovery plans, some previously scheduled cruises will be cancelled, as well as the rest of Island Princess’ European and transatlantic seasons. For customers who have booked a cancelled flight, the airline offers a price guarantee for a replacement flight. Alternatively, they can accept a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) equal to 100% of the cruise price originally paid plus a 10% bonus, or request a full refund in the form of an initial payment. Affected guests must submit their request by July 17, or they will automatically receive an FCC option that can be used on all future cruises departing before July 31. Departure in December 2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Princess Cruises being Cancelled?
After being postponed last week, Princess Cruises has announced that they plan on resuming their Miami to Los Angeles and San Diego to Los Angeles sailings with some changes to the schedule. The new sailing schedule will see the company stop winter service to San Diego while starting up again in late spring. Passengers onboard will also see changes to their itineraries, with the company now offering a seven-night cruise to Los Angeles and a six-night cruise to Los Angeles. Cruises are typically a family-friendly way to spend time on a cruise ship while seeing sights and having fun. The entire family can enjoy the day together, go swimming, play games, and enjoy the entertainment. However, due to the hurricane that hit the US last week, the cruise line has halted all sailings. The cruise line has said that they will be restarting their sailings from Florida for a couple of weeks.
Are Princess Cruises Cancelled for 2023?
In December 2018 Princess Cruises announced that it would stop sailing its ships in the US due to the impact of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. More than year later, the cruise giant has seemingly reversed its decision, and will restart the route in 2023. There are a lot of things that could go wrong with the future of Princess Cruises, but it all boils down to one thing: the company wants to win back passengers. That’s why it’s apparently considering restarting service for its Caribbean and Mexican cruise lines from Florida and California, respectively, according to reports.