Princess Cruises returns to service in the US from LA, San Francisco, and Port Everglades

   June 18, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Following collaboration with government officials, as well as evolving guidance from the USA's CDC agency, Princess Cruises announced its intent to return to service in the United States with homeporting in Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida), Los Angeles (Long Beach, California), and San Francisco CA this fall.

Starting between September 25-November 28, cruises onboard 8 Princess MedallionClass ships will take guests to the California Coast, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, and Hawaii.

  • Grand Princess & Majestic Princess: 15-day Hawaii Islands cruises, 7-day California Coast & Mexico sailings from Los Angeles CA. Also available are 3- to 5-day Getaway cruises to Mexico and the California Coast.
  • Ruby Princess: Sailing from San Francisco, the ship will start with 7-day California Coast sailings before adding 10-day Mexico trips and 15-day voyages exploring 4 Hawaii islands to the lineup.
  • Enchanted Princess: 2 new cruises from Fort Lauderdale to start an inaugural season of 10-day sailings to the Southern & Eastern Caribbean.
  • Caribbean Princess, Regal Princess, and Sky Princess: From Fort Lauderdale FL, passengers can island hop through the Caribbean with 3-, 5-, 7- and 14-day sailings available in the Eastern Caribbean to visit some of the world's best-known beaches. The Western Caribbean allows vacationers to explore Ancient Mayan Ruins, coral reefs, and underwater caves.
  • Crown Princess: Panama Canal cruises from Fort Lauderdale FL on a series of 10-day sailings.

Regal Princess cruise ship

Princess cruises are available for passengers who have received their final dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before the beginning of the sailing and have proof of vaccination.

Crew vaccinations are in accordance with CDC guidelines.

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