Princess Cruises has introduced a brand-new cruise that will last for 116 days and will take passengers practically all the way around the world and then some. This opulent vacation will take you to some of the world’s most stunning and far-flung locations, and it will be an unforgettable experience. In this travel guide, we will give you with an extensive summary of what this trip has in store for you and the reasons why it is worth your time and investment.
Destinations Covered By Cruise
The itinerary for the global cruise will take passengers to 51 different locations, including several popular tourist hotspots such as Maui, Sydney, Barcelona, Dubai, Athens, and Rome, among many more. According to the announcement made by Princess, the voyage will make stops in a total of 26 different destinations spread over six different continents. The World Cruise will make a number of first-time stops, including one at Bar, Montenegro, and one in Taranto, Italy, amongst other places.
Official Statement From Princess Cruise
According to Princess Cruises President John Padgett, who was quoted in a release, “Our skilled itinerary planners have designed an unrivalled combination of popular ports and off-the-beaten-path destinations for a worldwide journey that is not found anywhere else.“
About The Cruise
Princess Cruises’ newest journey will exceed the 21,600 nautical miles that make up the Earth’s circumference by going 33,500 nautical miles, making it the line’s longest cruise ever.
During the trip back home, passengers have the option of setting sail from Ft. Lauderdale on January 5, 2025 or from Los Angeles on January 20, 2025. Both departures are part of the round-trip itinerary.
A stateroom in the ship’s interior, which includes access to the ship’s dining, entertainment, and exercise facilities, is included in the base fare of the global voyage, which is $20,539. For an additional fee, guests can take advantage of a variety of services, including specialty cuisine, alcoholic beverage packages, Wi-Fi, and more. At several of the ports, guests will have the chance to undertake on-shore excursions throughout their time there.
The Island Princess, which underwent a comprehensive refurbishment in December of 2017, will serve as the vessel for the cruise. The cruise ship’s on-board amenities, including its entertainment, wellness, and culinary offerings, have earned it multiple accolades, and the vessel is 964 feet in length.
Guests will have the option to see around 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites as part of the programming, some of which include the pyramids of Giza, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and the ancient Greek city of Ephesus.
If a journey at sea lasting 116 days is too long for you, Princess also provides a range of world cruises that begin with fewer than 50 days at sea.