Princess Cruises unveils Epic 116-day World Cruise 2025

   April 7, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises has announced its longest voyage to date for 2025, a 116-day World Cruise covering over 33,500 nautical miles and visiting 51 destinations across six continents.

Guests can choose from two roundtrip options departing from Fort Lauderdale FL on January 5th or Los Angeles CA on January 20th, 2025, with stops in Australia, New Zealand & the South Pacific, the Mediterranean, Central America, Africa, Asia, and more.

Scheduled for the Island Princess ship, this extraordinary journey will also visit for the first time (for the Princess brand) the popular port cities Bar Montenegro, and Taranto Italy, as well as Greece's Patmos Island and Volos (port for the Meteora Monasteries). The voyage will offer access to 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Alexandria for historic Cairo and the pyramids, the Singapore Botanical Gardens, the Old City of Dubrovnik, The Ancient Greek City of Ephesus, and The Monastery of St. John and the Cave of the Apocalypse.

Guests can enjoy an overnight stay in Dubai and 11 late-night calls to explore popular destinations like Cartagena, Casablanca, and Sydney. Optional shore excursions include the Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni, Malta’s oldest underground temple and necropolis, and walking in the footsteps of ancient Romans in Cartagena, Spain, and viewing Leonardo da Vinci’s magnificent The Last Supper in Milan (Genoa), Italy.

Island Princess cruise ship

Early booking benefits are available for guests who book the 116-day roundtrip Ft. Lauderdale or Los Angeles voyages and the 101-day World Cruise option from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale by May 31, 2023. These benefits include first-class or economy roundtrip airfare, Princess Plus, onboard spending money, specialty dining, Captain’s Circle Benefits, and a limited-time offer on liners to or from Dubai.

Guests paying in full for the World Cruise by May 31, 2023, will also receive an additional 5% Future Cruise Credit on their cruise fare.