Princess Americas Cruises 2017-2018 Include Sailings Through New Panama Canal Locks

By ,   June 3, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises announced its Americas cruises from Fall 2017 to Spring 2018 that include sailings to the Panama Canal, Caribbean, Mexico, Hawaii, and California Coast. The array of vacations range from 3 to 28 days and include 11 cruise ships with 230 departures on over 30 unique itineraries visiting 70 destinations. 

The absolute highlight will be the 10-day cruises of Caribbean Princess sailing through the new Panama Canal locks. Princess is the #1 cruise line sailing Panama Canal, taking more passengers through the Panama Canal than any other line, while providing the most sailing dates and itinerary options from fall through spring on 4 ships. 

Princess Cruises Panama Canal


2017-2018 will be a maiden season for transiting new Panama Canal locks, with Caribbean Princess featuring partial transits on 10-day cruises roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale

Island Princess, Pacific Princess and Coral Princess, all sail ocean to ocean with full transit offerings through all 3 sets of traditional Canal locks - Pedro Miguel, Miraflores and Gatun Locks, with Coral Princess offering an extra day in Fuerte Amador for passengers to fully experience historic Panama City. 

Guests may take advantage of line’s Connoisseur voyages onboard Pacific Princess, sailing a 17-day cruise with a call at the unique port of Santa Marta, Colombia.

Island Princess sails roundtrip from Los Angeles through Pedro Miguel and Miraflores locks, offering a nostalgic cruise experience to Panama Canal.