Princess has opened sales for their 2024 European season.
Particularly exciting is the chance to sail on Princess’s newest and biggest ship, Sun Princess. After her February 2024 debut, she’ll take guests throughout the Mediterranean right through until September 2024, offering plenty of time and itineraries for you to get a cabin on her inaugural season.
Throughout Europe. Princess will be operating five MedallionClass ships across 2024 and will sail in areas like the Mediterranean, Iceland, the British Isles, and Scandinavia.
The extensive season starts with 162 departures, 85 unique itineraries, 130 destinations, and 34 countries visited between February and December 2024 in the European season.
Sun Princess will start off sailing a series of 10-day Grand Mediterranean and Western Grand Mediterranean sailings, also occasionally pivoting to seven-day sailings out of Rome, Barcelona and Athens. You can also combine the two itineraries for an epic 21-day sailing.
Island Princess will also be sailing 10-day itineraries in the Med, also offering options to combine them into a 20-day exploration of the region. There are also 10-day Med sailings that include visits to Israel, for a different flavour of culture.
Regal Princess will be sailing roundtrip out of London/Southampton on 12-day British Isles voyages, meaning you’ll see attractions such as Stonehenge, or the amazing Orkney Islands at the tip of Scotland, as well as a rare chance to see the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Also sailing out of London is the Sky Princess, sailing a wide range of itineraries from five to 31 days, with exciting sailings out to Scandinavia, the Canary Islands and a highlight voyages over 31-days to Canada and New England.
If you have an itch for adventure and want to make it to the Arctic Circle, Caribbean Princess will take you out searching for the Northern Lights, as well as to the spectacular nature of Iceland and Greenland, sailing as roundtrips out of London.
Both Caribbean Princess & Sun Princess will spend the Summer Notice at the top of the world, meaning you can sail from 14 to 16 days without ever seeing a night sky.