With the recent announcement from Canada's Federal Minister of Transport announcing the safe resumption of cruising in the country's ports, Princess Cruises finalized programs and passenger experiences for a full summer season of 2022 cruises and cruise tours to Alaska, as well as its popular summer & fall Canada and New England program.
The 2022 Princess program features 6 ships, including the newest, Discovery Princess. Offerings include 12 itineraries, totaling 140 departures and 5 glacier-viewing experiences, with calls at the Southeast Alaska towns of Ketchikan (Revillagigedo Island), Juneau, and Skagway.
Princess Cruises sails to/from Vancouver BC on its popular "Voyage of the Glaciers" 7-day cruises to/from Whittier. 20+ cruise tour options include a land tour visiting Denali National Park and Princess Wilderness Lodges and feature the "Voyage of the Glaciers." Alaska voyages from Seattle WA and San Francisco CA visit Victoria BC along with various ports in Alaska.
For the May-September 2022 season, 4 convenient west coast homeports - Seattle WA, Vancouver BC, Anchorage/Whittier, and San Francisco CA - make sailing to Alaska hassle-free.
Majestic Princess debuts together with Grand Princess and Royal Princess sailing the 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers itinerary, which offers a couple of glacier viewing experiences on each including Glacier Bay National Park (Vancouver to Anchorage/Whittier or vice versa).
Ruby Princess sails ob 10-day Inside Passage voyages from San Francisco CA, featuring the added bonus of the sail-away under the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and a call in Victoria BC.
On Canada & New England cruises, Princess sails out of Quebec and New York City visiting Canadian ports like Halifax, Saint John NB (for the Bay of Fundy), Sydney (Cape Breton Island), Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island). The 2022 cruise season runs from July through October and offers 16 departures and 6 unique itineraries on Caribbean Princess and Enchanted Princess.