One of Australia’s favourite cruise lines, Princess Cruises has revealed details around the 2021 world cruise which will even include a dedicated song playlist.
The 108-day voyage from Australia aboard the Sea Princess will visit 44 destinations in 29 countries including 10 exciting new world cruise ports as she circumnavigates the globe from June to September 2021.
To celebrate the occasion, Princess Cruises has curated a special Spotify playlist “Songs of the Sea” featuring 108 great songs inspired by the ship’s extraordinary 108-day itinerary, which includes a maiden world cruise visit to England’s Liverpool, home to The Beatles.
The list will be shared with guests once they book on the cruise, and played onboard throughout the sailing, helping to create lasting memories of a remarkable voyage.
Cruising north from Australia through the Middle East to the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, then west to Canada and the USA, the 2021 world voyage will visit six continents as Sea Princess sails 32,800 nautical miles around the globe.
Launching details of the cruise, Princess Cruises Senior Vice President Asia Pacific Stuart Allison said the itinerary included Princess Cruises’ first ever call to Red Bay in Canada as well as nine other maiden world cruise ports: Nuuk in Greenland, Elba (Italy), Marseille (France), Malaga (Spain), Tangier (Morocco), Liverpool (England), Holyhead (Wales), Invergordon (Scotland), and Grand Turk (Turks and Caicos).
“Princess Cruises has been sailing on world voyages from Australia for more than a decade – we know what our guests enjoy and we listen to their feedback, which is why so many people book with us again and again,” Mr Allison said.
“Our 20th world cruise is a spectacular offering, featuring a carefully curated itinerary that we think ticks all the boxes for Aussie and Kiwi travellers.
“Not only will our guests be able to visit some of their favourite ports around the world as well as a host of new ones, they will pay for their entire trip in Australian dollars which means they can travel the globe without the stress of exchange rates,” he said.
Mr Allison said other cruise highlights included a record three calls to Greenland – one of the highest rated destinations for Princess’ world cruises, nine late-night stays in popular ports and overnight visits to Dubai, Lima and the city that never sleeps, New York.
As they explore the world, guests will also have access to more than 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Thingvellir National Park in Iceland’s Reykjavik and Old Quebec in Quebec, another favourite with Princess Cruises’ guests.
Sea Princess’ 2021 world cruise will open for sale to Elite Guests on Tuesday 29 October and for general sale on Wednesday October 30, 2019. Fares begin from $24,499* per person twin share for the full world cruise, with 108-day roundtrip departures on offer from Sydney (departing June 3, 2021) and Brisbane (departing June 5, 2021). Onboard credits of up to $1,000 per person are available for early bookings made before April 30, 2020.
The 2021 winter program also includes a popular 35-night roundtrip cruise to Hawaii and Tahiti visiting beautiful ports from Kauai to Moorea. The cruise departs Sydney on September 20, 2021 and is priced from $6599* per person twin share.
Also on offer is a 15-night roundtrip cruise from Sydney and Brisbane to the remote waters of Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands including visits to the pristine Conflict Islands and Honiara. Departing Sydney on October 25, 2021, the cruise is priced from $2449* per person twin share.
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