Tagged: Princess Cruises Australia

Princess Cruises 2023-24 Australia/New Zealand Season To Feature. Four Ships Sailing to 68 destinations

Princess Cruises (logo)Travelers will have the opportunity to experience spectacular destinations with Princess Cruises’ 2023-24 Australia and New Zealand season featuring four ships including two Royal-class ships – Majestic Princess and Royal Princess – as well as Coral Princess and Grand Princess offering 76 itineraries to 68 destinations in total. (more…)

Queensland Couple Embarks on Two Years Back-to-Back Cruising as Coral Princess Begins Historic Inaugural Cruise Season. First Cruise Ship Homeported at Brisbane International Cruise Terminal

In an amazing illustration of their passion for cruising, Brisbane couple, Jessica and Marty Ansen, today embarked on an incredible two years of back-to-back cruising as Princess Cruises’ “Coral Princess”, the first cruise ship home ported at the Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, began its first cruise season following the restart of the Australian cruise industry. (more…)

Princess Cruises Announces New Fleet Deployment Plans Through April 2023. Two U.S. Homeports – San Diego and Galveston – Added to the Lineup. Australia Cruising Plans to Resume with Coral Princess in June 2022

Princess Cruises (logo)Princess Cruises announced new deployment plans for the United States with a return to homeport cruising in Galveston, Texas starting in December 2022, and San Diego starting in September 2022. (more…)

P&O Cruises Australia, Carnival Cruise Line and Princess Cruises extend Australia, New Zealand suspension to December

Carnival Spirit at SydneyDue to the continued progression of COVID-19 and related decisions of various governments, health authorities, and airlines regarding travel restrictions, Princess Cruises is extending its pause in cruise operations in Australia through December 12, 2020 which includes cruises throughout Australia and New Zealand. (more…)

Australia/NZ: Agents invited to take a tour with Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises is making it easier for agents to tour its local ships, introducing a new online booking system to streamline the registration process. Travel agents can now signal their interest to tour any one of Princess’ five local ships at any port in Australia or New Zealand via the One Source website. (etbtravelnews.com)