Princess Cruises' 2023-2024 Americas season features 47 itineraries and new South Pacific/Hawaii voyages

   July 28, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises unveiled its 2023-2024 Americas program, featuring a total of 47 itineraries.

The company said its latest collection was its “most expansive Americas season ever” with 214 departures from 7 North American homeports, including new cruises to Hawaii and the South Pacific.

New for 2023-2024 season, Discovery Princess is scheduled to sail on two 15-night Hawaiian voyages with overnights in Honolulu (Oahu Island).

Sapphire Princess is due to offer 32-night "South Pacific Islands & Hawaii" itineraries on two voyages from Los Angeles (Long Beach, California), including a first-time visit to Fiji and late-night stays in Tahiti and Honolulu.

7 boats in the Princess fleet (Caribbean, Emerald, Enchanted, Island, Regal, Ruby, Sky) will offer a total of 126 Caribbean voyages via 18 different itineraries, ranging between 5-21 nights, sailing roundtrip from the USA homeports Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida) and Galveston (Texas), and visiting 25 Caribbean islands.

The liners Crown, Diamond and Discovery are due to operate Mexico voyages (24 departures on 5 itineraries), while the liners Emerald, Island and Ruby have scheduled Panama Canal transits (23 departures on 6 itineraries) ranging between 10-15 nights.

Discovery Princess cruise ship

Princess is also offering 25 departures on the California coast cruises with 13 itineraries, calling at 11 destinations in 3 countries. Select sailings offer late-night stays in San Diego CA, San Francisco CA, Seattle WA, Vancouver BC Canada, and Victoria BC Canada.

The 2023-2024 Americas program goes on sale on August 10, 2022.

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