Sunday, June 13, 2010

2012 World Cruise on Pacific Princess

Princess Cruises Brings the World to You

2012: 107-day World Cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to Venice. Experience the world’s treasured places on this magnificent sailing on Pacific Princess.® You’ll transit the Panama Canal, sail through the South Pacific, cruise New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — and visit Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Ahead lies even more, from ports like vibrant Hong Kong and dazzling Phuket to bustling Mumbai and thrilling Cairo, Egypt. You’ll visit some 40 destinations with maiden calls in Santa Marta (Colombia), Puerto Quepos (Costa Rica) and Manama (Bahrain) before your voyage ends in Venice. You can see even more with overland tours to such places as Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, China’s Great Wall and Ayers Rock in Australia.

Highlights of this New Route

  • Maiden calls highlight 2012 World Cruise. Santa Marta (Colombia), Puerto Quepos (Costa Rica) and Manama (Bahrain) are included among the 38 destinations on the 2012 World Cruise sailing from Ft. Lauderdale to Venice.
  • The 2-Day Experience. Overnight stays in Sydney, Hong Kong and Dubai give passengers ample time to explore these spectacular destinations.
  • Segment voyages. Passengers can choose from segments ranging between 15 to 32 days for a taste of the world cruising experience.  Choose from Ft. Lauderdale to San Diego, San Diego to Sydney, Sydney to Singapore, or Singapore to Venice.
The first segment of the 2012 World Cruise begins in Ft. Lauderdale on January 13th.  There are special discounts and reduced deposits for past passengers of Princess Cruises.   For more information about Pacific Princess, click here.

Bookings are  being accepted starting June 17th 

And, don't forget, the 2011 World Cruise on Dawn Princess is already open for booking. The Aussie Experience awaits on this 104-day World Cruise, with 43 intriguing destinations, including Morocco, Singapore, Dubai and others.

1 comment:

Julia Rhodes said...

I am really pleased that Princess Cruises is keeping up with her sisters in terms of World Cruise offerings. Sister company P&O usually has around 4 of her ships on World Cruises per year and Cunard World Cruises are famous accross the globe. Not only are Princess offering a couple of options, they are also offering something differet; a small initmate ship offering different itineraries and ports of call. So Princess have one for USA and one for Australia, have they forgotten us mere mortals here in the U.K. We want to see the world from our doorstep too!!