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Princess Cruises announces 111-night world cruise for 2024

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Princess Cruises has released information about its 2024 world cruise, which will visit 51 destinations over 111 nights, on board Island Princess.

Island Princess will be the line’s largest ship in the fleet to sail a world cruise.

The Medallion-class vessel will sail roundtrip from North America, departing from both Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles in January 2024.

The itinerary will take in 27 countries and six continents, visiting ports in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. Sales are now open.

The 111-night voyage from Fort Lauderdale will depart on 4 January 2024, and from Los Angeles on 18 January 2024. A 97-night voyage from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale is also available, setting sail on 18 January 2024.

Prices for the 111-night option start from £15,449pp, or £18,779pp for an all-inclusive Princess plus fare, which includes drinks, wifi, gratuities, spending money on board, speciality dining and more.

Island Princess will visit 25 UNESCO world heritage sites during the cruise, including the Acropolis in Athens, the Port Fortress of Cartagena and the ancient city of Ephesus in Turkey. Overnight visits to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Auckland and Sydney are also included.

Princess Cruises chief commercial officer Deanna Austin said: “Embarking on a Princess world cruise to experience the globe’s marquis ports and hidden gems, where all the planning is done by the Princess destination experts, easily turns adventurous world travel dreams into a reality.

“And with Medallion class, cruising is effortless, personalised and easy to stay connected from afar to loved ones back home or even to the office.”

Princess Cruises UK & Europe vice-president Tony Roberts recently told Cruise Trade News that momentum was building across the sector, adding that the line was “spending time on well-thought-out campaign plans to ensure our agents continuously have something to promote”.

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