Caribbean Princess sets sail from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida) to the Eastern Caribbean

   November 28, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Princess Cruises' passengers set sail on Sunday, November 28, aboard the line's Caribbean Princess from Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida) for a vacation to the Eastern Caribbean, marking the return to service of the next Princess ship.

The vessel is sailing on roundtrips from Port Everglades to Eastern & Western Caribbean destinations like Cozumel (Quintana Roo Mexico), Grand Cayman Island (George Town), St Kitts (Port Zante-Basseterre), St Thomas Island (Charlotte Amalie, USVI), and Princess Cays Bahamas. The 7-day voyages are combinable into 14-day B2Bs (Eastern & Western Adventurer).

According to John Padgett, Princess Cruises president, Caribbean Princess marked their 8th cruise ship to return to service and their teammates were thrilled to be serving guests back onboard.

“This ship was our very first vessel to offer the innovative Princess MedallionClass Experience and features modernized venues and newly imagined spaces like The Reef Outdoor Splash Zone that offers a tremendous setting for the entire family.”

Caribbean Princess cruise ship

All passengers sailing on Eastern Caribbean itineraries can visit Princess Cays for a day of water activities and beach BBQ. The island offers cabanas with bar service and air conditioning. MedallionNet Wi-Fi with reliable and fast connectivity is available on the island to share photos and videos with family and friends.

Recently modernized in order to appeal to families, Caribbean Princess immerses passengers in the destinations the cruise ship visits offering unique themed drink and food offerings. Camp Discovery offers younger cruisers the chance to make friends and engage in enriching activities. Popular family features include The Reef Outdoor Splash Zone, Movies Under the Stars, fine and quick-service dining options.