Princess Cruises Announces New Ports of Call

   February 24, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises introduced 12 new call ports for travelers to explore in company's 2019-2020 itinerary program. The new seaport destinations range from Scotland's Isle of Skye to Himeji Japan, popular for its epic castle. Princess also offers an unique voyage to Jamestown (St Helena Island) - one of world's most remote islands.

Saint Helena Island (Jamestown, St Helena UK)

Image: Saint Helena Island (Jamestown, St Helena UK)

Despite its isolation, Saint Helena Island offers a wealth of things to see and do from the historic High Knoll Fort to ancient churches and Napoleon's original tomb and last residence, Longwood House.

Saint Helena is part of the 111-day world voyage of Pacific Princess, sailing from LA. Those who have always dreamed of exploring Japan can benefit from 6 new ports of call there, from historic castles and bustling cities to natural wonders from breathtaking landscaped gardens to blue underground caves.

The 12 new ports of call of Princess Cruises include Gamagori, Himeji, Miyako, Niigata, Takamatsu, and Wakayama (Japan), Jamestown (Saint Helena), Mayreau (Saline Bay, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines)Pointe-a-Pitre (Guadeloupe)Portland UKPortree (Isle of Skye, Scotland), and Rockland (Maine, USA).