Princess Cruises introduces 75 voyages to Hawaii, Mexico and the California Coast (2024-2025)

   May 9, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Los Angeles’ hometown cruise line Princess is further cementing its West Coast USA heritage with the newly released fall 2024 thru spring 2025 season.

Featuring 75+ voyages visiting Hawaii, Mexico, and the California Coast from 3 convenient homeports - San Francisco CA, Seattle WA, and Los Angeles - West Coast USA voyages are now open for booking.

The 2024-2025 West Coast season features 75+ voyages (21 different itineraries) visiting 28 destinations in 7 countries, with roundtrip departures from LA, San Francisco, and Seattle.

Princess Cruises has 4 ships homeported in Los Angeles.

Discovery Princess sails 7-day Mexican Riviera voyages visiting Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, and Cabo San Lucas.

Weeklong California Coast cruises (ship Discovery Princess) visit San Diego, Santa Barbara, and more.

Grand Princess and Majestic Princess operate 10-day Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez itineraries.

Grand Princess ship's 16-day roundtrips from LA to the Hawaiian Islands visit the Big Island/Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu.

Grand Princess and Sapphire Princess sail on longer (32- and 33-day) Transpacific itineraries to the South Pacific and the Hawaiian Islands (, also visiting Tahiti isles.

Discovery Princess cruise ship

The San Francisco-homeported Ruby Princess ship offers roundtrips to Hawaii, Mexico, California and Pacific Northwest USA. The liner also offers a 16-day "Hawaiian Islands" roundtrip from Vancouver BC Canada.

The Majestic Princess ship offers voyages out of Seattle. The 11-day roundtrip (Classic California Coast) itinerary visits San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and San Diego (late-night stay).

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