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Princess Cruise Line

Princess Cruises is the leader in Pacific Ocean voyages. Cruise in casual comfort to Japan or Brazil or around the world.

Princess Cruises offers world cruises on the Pacific Princess. They follow the traditional westward route to the destinations you dream about. See the full itinerary below.

A cruise on Princess is highlighted by scrumptious food, lively entertainment, and enriching learning opportunities. The programming of activities is among the best in the industry.

Princess Cruise
Princess Cruises

100-day Cruises

106-day world cruise on Princess Cruises. Round-trip from Auckland (New Zealand) to Bay of Islands, Sydney, Brisbane, Komodo Island, Singapore, Colombo, Muscat, Dubai, Aqaba, Suez Canal, Cephalonia, Corfu, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Ravenna, Venice, Sicily, Salerno, Barcelona, Lisbon, London, Cork, Reykjavik, Nanortalik, Qaqortoq, Corner Brook, Port Saguenay, Quebec City, Charlottetown, New York, Charleston, Miami, Key West, Limon, Panama Canal, Manta, Lima, Easter Island, Pitcairn Island, Tahiti and Raiatea.
• 2018 departure: June 1.

Princess cruise ship
Princess Brazil cruise

Cruises to Argentina

December 4, 2018: 30-day cruise to Argentina from the United States. One-way from Los Angeles to Buenos Aires. Visit Cabo San Lucas (Mexico), Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Lima (Peru), Pisco (Peru), La Serena (Chile), Santiago (Chile), Puerto Montt (Chile), Punta Arenas (Chile), Tierra del Fuego (Argentina), Cape Horn, Stanley (Falkland Islands), Puerto Madryn (Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay).

February 2, 2019: 19-day cruise to Argentina from the United States. One-way from Fort Lauderdale to Buenos Aires. Visit St. Thomas, Antigua, Barbados, Trinidad, Fortaleza (Brazil), Salvador (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Montevideo (Uruguay).

December 2, 2019: 18-day cruise to Argentina from the United States. One-way from Fort Lauderdale to Buenos Aires. Visit St Kitts, Martinique, Salvador (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Montevideo (Uruguay).

January 9, 2020: 38-day cruise to Argentina from the United States. One-way from Fort Lauderdale to Buenos Aires. Visit Cartagena (Colombia), the Panama Canal, Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Manta (Ecuador), Lima (Peru), Pisco (Peru), Easter Island, La Serena (Chile), Santiago (Chile), Puerto Montt (Chile), Punta Arenas (Chile), Tierra de Fuego (Argentina), Cape Horn, Falkland Islands and Puerto Madryn (Argentina).

Diamond Princess ship in Japan
Princess Japan cruise

Cruises to Japan

16-day cruise to Japan from USA. One-way from San Francisco (California) to Tokyo (Japan). Visit Hilo (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Nagoya (Japan) and Osaka (Japan).
• 2018 departure: April 17.

Cruises to New Zealand

September 24, 2019: 20-day cruise to New Zealand from the United States. One-way from Los Angeles to Auckland. Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Tahiti, Moorea and Pago Pago.

September 28, 2019: 20-day cruise to New Zealand from the United States. One-way from San Francisco to Auckland. Visit Hilo (Hawaii), Honolulu (Hawaii), Bora Bora, Tahiti and Pago Pago.

30-day Cruises

36-day cruise to Australia. One-way from New York (New York) to Sydney (Australia). Visit Charleston (South Carolina), Miami (Florida), Key West (Florida), Limon (Costa Rica), Panama Canal, Manta (Ecuador), Lima (Peru), Easter Island (Chile), Pitcairn Island, Tahiti (French Polynesia), Raiatea (French Polynesia) and Auckland (New Zealand).
• 2018 departure: August 14.

28-day cruise to China from California. One-way from Los Angeles to Shanghai. Visit Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska), Glacier Bay, Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Kodiak (Alaska), Kushiro (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Osaka (Japan), Hiroshima (Japan), Incheon (Korea) and Tianjin (China).
• 2018 departure: September 19.

28-day cruise to Australia. One-way from Los Angeles (California) to Sydney (Australia). Visit Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Tahiti (French Polynesia), Moorea (French Polynesia), Pago Pago (Samoa), Auckland (New Zealand), Tauranga (New Zealand) and Akaroa (New Zealand), Dunedin (New Zealand).
• 2018 departure: September 23.

28-day cruise to French Polynesia from California. Round-trip from Los Angeles (California) to Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Maui (Hawaii), Hilo (Hawaii), Pago Pago (American Samoa), Apia (Samoa), Bora Bora (French Polynesia), Moorea (French Polynesia) and Tahiti (French Polynesia).
• 2018 departure: October 23.

33-day cruise to Chile from Florida. One-way from Fort Lauderdale to Santiago. Visit St Thomas, Antigua, Barbados, Trinidad, Fortaleza (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Montevideo (Uruguay), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Puerto Madryn (Argentina), Stanley (Falkland Islands), Cape Horn, Ushuaia (Argentina), Punta Arenas (Chile), Amalia Glacier, Puerto Chacabuco (Chile) and Puerto Montt (Chile).
• 2019 departure: February 2.

28-day cruise to French Polynesia from California. Round-trip from Los Angeles (California) to Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Maui (Hawaii), Hilo (Hawaii), Pago Pago (American Samoa), Apia (Samoa), Bora Bora (French Polynesia), Moorea (French Polynesia) and Tahiti (French Polynesia).
• 2019 departure: March 24.

28-day cruise to French Polynesia from California. Round-trip from Los Angeles (California) to Honolulu (Hawaii), Kauai (Hawaii), Maui (Hawaii), Pago Pago (American Samoa), Apia (Samoa), Bora Bora (French Polynesia), Tahiti (French Polynesia) and Moorea (French Polynesia).
• 2020 departure: February 1.

60-day Cruises

60-day North Pacific cruise. Round-trip from Los Angeles to Ketchikan (Alaska), Juneau (Alaska), Glacier Bay, Icy Strait Point (Alaska), Kodiak (Alaska), Kushiro (Japan), Tokyo (Japan), Osaka (Japan), Hiroshima (Japan), Incheon (Korea), Tianjin (China), Shanghai (China), Okinawa (Japan), Taipei (Taiwan), Hong Kong (China), Cai Lan-Halong Bay (Vietnam), Chan May (Vietnam), Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Manila (Philippines), Guam (Mariana Islands), Honolulu (Hawaii) and Kauai (Hawaii).
• 2018 departure: September 19.

58-day cruise around South America from Florida. Round-trip from Fort Lauderdale to Cartagena (Colombia), the Panama Canal, Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Manta (Ecuador), Lima (Peru), Pisco (Peru), Easter Island, La Serena (Chile), Santiago (Chile), Puerto Montt (Chile), Punta Arenas (Chile), Tierra de Fuego (Argentina), Cape Horn, Falkland Islands, Puerto Madryn (Argentina), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay), Ilhabela (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Armacao dos Buzios (Brazil), Salvador (Brazil), Devil's Island (French Guiana), Trinidad and Barbados.
• 2020 departure: January 9.

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