Thursday, June 4, 2009

Princess Announces 2010-11 Panama Canal & Coastals Program

2010-2011 Panama Canal & Coastals Program Opens
Princess® Cruises opened the bookings for Panama Canal and Coastals program for 2010-2011 starting today. In this post, I'll focus on the Panama Canal. This is one of the marvels in engineering in our world. If you've not been to the canal yet, you really should put this on your short list of cruise destinations to visit.

Get a Princess® Perspective on the Epic Panama Canal
It’s a modern wonder winding through 51 miles of jungle, mountain and granite to connect the world’s two greatest oceans —The Panama Canal. It’s also one of the most popular destinations for cruising, and is high on most travelers’ lists of the world’s “must-see” landmarks. Which is why Princess offers such a wide variety of ways to experience the Canal. In 2010 and 2011, you can join one of several incredible Princess itineraries to see its mighty locks up close. Choose voyages from10 to 19 days with either partial or full transit — or with a 2-Day Experience.
3 Ships, 5 Unique Itineraries
Princess® showcases mankind's greatest engineering feat on voyages ranging from 10 to 19 days.

Island and Coral Princess®, with over 700 balcony staterooms, are custom-built to traverse the canal, offering guests the chance to see the impressive locks of this modern marvel up close.
Sea Princess® offers over 400 balcony staterooms and features the outdoor big-screen sensation, Movies Under the Stars®. 2-Day Panama Canal Experience

2-day Canal Experience
Experience at the Panama Canal, available on all itineraries of 15 to 19 days. A full transit of the Canal is combined with a full day and overnight stay at Fuerte Amador on the Pacific side — giving you time to partake of such exciting shore excursions as a ride on the Panama Canal Railway, a tour of breathtaking Soberania National Park Rainforest, a visit to an authentic Embera Indian village or a trip into the bustling capital of Panama City. It’s the best way to experience both the Canal in all its engineering glory, and the scenic and cultural attractions of one of Central America’s most intriguing regions.

10-day roundtrip Panama Canal (Partial Transit)
Sailing roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale, this is a voyage as convenient and relaxing as it is wondrous. Your host is the lovely Island Princess,® a ship custom built for visiting the canal. Pass through the incredible Gatun Locks, where you’ll see the Canal in operation first-hand, and on to beautiful Gatun Lake. You’ll also enjoy islands in the turquoise Caribbean and a call in Costa Rica.

10-day Panama Canal Adventurer (Full Transit)
Enjoy the Canal as it was meant to be experienced by those who built it — with a full transit between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Sail between Ft. Lauderdale and Acapulco, visiting ports in the Caribbean, the Mexican Riviera and Central America including Jamaica’s wonderful Ocho Rios — home to the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls — Costa Rica’s Puntarenas, San Juan del Sur in Nicaragua and Huatulco, Mexico.

15- to 19-day Panama Canal cruises with 2-day Canal Experience
These are the best voyages for those who wish to immerse themselves in the history of the Canal and the natural beauty of the surrounding Central American scenery. Sail from 15 to 19 days between either Los Angeles, San Francisco or Vancouver and Ft. Lauderdale, with two full days in Panama to take in all the sights.


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