Pacific Princess to Be Based in Australia

   July 4, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises revealed that it will be adding the boutique Pacific Princess to the already extensive list of vessels, homeporting in Australia for the 2020-2021 season.

The momentous arrival coincides with the 45th anniversary's celebration of the first roundtrip Princess cruise from Australia, a journey on the original Pacific Princess that starred in the popular TV series, ‘The Love Boat’.

Pacific Princess itineraries are expected to be on sale for Princess Elite passengers from July 11, 2019, and available to the general public on July 12, 2019. The program includes a 90-day roundtrip cruise from Sydney NSW around South America (January 3, 2021), a 13-night trip visiting ports on NZ’s north and south islands (December 21, 2020) as well as a special 21-night itinerary to remote locations in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands (April 3, 2021).

Pacific Princess cruise ship

Pacific Princess will also be making a total of 15 maiden calls such as inaugural visits to Kaikoura NZ, New Plymouth NZ, Wewak PNG, Gizo (Soloman Islands), Madang PNG, Stewart Island NZ. The program also features a 24-day relocation cruise from Sydney to Tokyo (April 24, 2021) calling at ports in PNG, the Philippines and Okinawa Island in Japan.

Pacific Princess joins Sapphire Princess, Sea Princess, Sun Princess, as well as a couple of the fleet’s biggest ships, Majestic Princess and the new Regal Princess.