The Carnival Corporation-owned luxury brand Princess Cruises announced its 13th ex-Australia World Cruise 2023. The 107-day itinerary is scheduled for Coral Princess and goes on sale on March 2, 2021.
Highlights of Coral Princess 2023 World Cruise include:
- Sailing 32,500 nm (nautical miles) through the Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, North Sea, Atlantic Ocean, 3 historic Panama Canal locks, and the Pacific, the cruise crosses the Arctic Circle once, the equator twice.
- The 107-day voyage visits 44 destinations in 26 different countries on 6 continents, including North America, South America, Australia, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
- 3 roundtrip departure homeports: Auckland on May 31, 2023; Sydney on June 4, 2023; Brisbane on June 6, 2023.
- Access to 20+ UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the “lost” City of Petra (from Aqaba); the Statue of Liberty (from New York City); Medina of Tetouan (from Tangier); Rapa Nui National Park (Easter Island); Thingvellir National Park (Reykjavik); and more.
- 6 maiden World Cruise ports: Belfast (Northern Ireland); Invergordon (Scotland); Marseille (France); Malaga (Spain); Elba (Portoferraio, Italy); Tangier (Morocco).
- More time in port with ten late-night “More Ashore” stays, including Papeete (Tahiti), Quebec City, and Barcelona; as well as 3 overnights in Dubai, Lima (Callao), and New York City.
- Opportunities to sail on shorter segments from 50 to 73 days departing from London, Sydney, Auckland, and Brisbane, as well as shorter segments ranging between 21-34 days.
- Asian destinations include Singapore, Colombo (Sri Lanka), and Komodo Island (Indonesia).
The 2000-passenger ship Coral Princess is a MedallionClass liner featuring touchless technologies and significantly personalizing the guest experience.
Coral Princess also offers MedallionNet, "the best Wi-Fi at sea" so vacationers can stay connected to the people and things they love and share memories with ease.