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Princess Cruises brings back 80 per cent of fleet

Princess Cruises brings back 80 per cent of fleet

With cruise ships gearing up to set sail for the first time in almost two years, Princess Cruises has announced an additional three ships returning to service.

The company is welcoming guests back onboard the Crown Princess, Island Princess and Royal Princess.

The return of the three additional cruises marks a milestone where 80 per cent of the fleet has resumed cruising since July 2021. 

“We’re so excited to have three more Princess MedallionClass ships return to service and our shipboard teams are ready to help our guests create a lifetime of holiday memories,” Princess Cruises President John Padgett said.

“It’s so gratifying to see tens of thousands of guests each week enjoying their cruise holidays with us and the friendly and attentive service that is a Princess Cruises hallmark.”

Island Princess departed Fort Lauderdale on April 27 to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the cruise line.

Travellers will enjoy a stunning 14-day Ocean-to-Ocean Panama Canal Voage. 

The Royal Princess sailed from Vancouver on May 2 for back-to-back northbound and southbound cruises from Vancouver and Whittier.

Every sailing includes two days of glacier viewing featuring Glacier Bay National Park, plus Hubbard Glacier or College Fjord.

Crown Princess left Seattle on May 7 for a whopping 19, seven-day Inside Passage voyages to Alaska until September 10, 2022. 

She will then move to Los Angeles for a season of California Coast and Hawaii sailings.

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