Princess Cruises 2023 Spring Deployment Breakdown

Majestic Princess

Marking the company’s return to Japan, the spring season for Princess Cruises will also feature itineraries in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, Northern Europe, Alaska, the West Coast, Australia and more.

Cruise Industry News has looked into the company’s full deployment for the season. Here’s the breakdown:

 Atlantic and Europe

Enchanted Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,660 guests
Built: 2020
Homeports: Fort Lauderdale (United States); Barcelona (Spain); Civitavecchia (Italy) and more
Length: Six to 14 nights
Itineraries: 14-night transatlantic crossing followed by six- and seven-night itineraries in the Mediterranean visiting Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Montenegro and more
Sailing Season: March 9 to June 24

Sky Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,660 guests
Built: 2019
Homeports: Fort Lauderdale (United States) and Southampton (England)
Length: Four to 14 nights
Itineraries: 14-night transatlantic crossing followed by a series of UK-based cruises to Northern and Europe, the Mediterranean and Iceland
Sailing Season: March 18 to June 17

Regal Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2014
Homeports: Fort Lauderdale (United States) and Southampton (England)
Length: Eight to 14 nights
Itineraries: 14-night transatlantic followed by a series of eight- to 12-night British Islands itineraries
Sailing Season: April 16 to June 25

Island Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 1,950 guests
Built: 2003
Homeports: Fort Lauderdale (United States) and Southampton (England)
Length: 14 to 17 nights
Itineraries: 17-night transatlantic crossing followed by two-week cruises to Iceland and Svalbard
Sailing Season: May 26 to June 28

Panama Canal, West Coast and Alaska

Ruby Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2008
Homeports: Galveston and San Francisco (United States)
Length: Seven to 16 nights
Itineraries: 16-night transcanal repositioning cruise to San Francisco followed by a series of seven- to ten-night cruises to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska
Sailing Season: April 14 to June 26

Emerald Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2007
Homeports: Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles (United States)
Length: Five to 18 nights
Itineraries: One-way Panama Canal cruises in March and April followed by a series of West Coast and Hawaii itineraries in April and May
Sailing Season: March 17 to June 24

Discovery Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,660 guests
Built: 2022
Homeports: Los Angeles and Seattle (United States)
Length:
Four to ten nights
Itineraries: Cruises to the Mexican Riviera and the California Coast departing from Los Angeles, followed by week-long Alaska cruises departing from Seattle
Sailing Season: March 4 to June 25

Royal Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2013
Homeports: San Francisco and Seattle (United States)
Length: Three to 15 nights
Itineraries: Seven- to 15-night cruises to Mexican Riviera and Hawaii departing from San Francisco, followed by repositioning voyages to Seattle and week-long Alaska cruises
Sailing Season: March 2 to June 24

Crown Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2006
Homeports: Los Angeles (United States) and Vancouver (Canada)
Length: Six to 28 nights
Itineraries: 15-night cruises to Hawaii, as well as special 28-night voyages to Tahiti and the South Pacific departing from Los Angeles in March and April; seven- to 11-night cruises to Alaska departing from Vancouver starting on May 5
Sailing Season: March 2 to June 23

Majestic Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2017
Homeports: Vancouver (Canada) and Whittier (United States)
Length: Seven and eight nights
Itineraries: Week-long cruises to Alaska and Canada
Sailing Season: May 5 to June 24

Grand Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,600 guests
Built: 1998
Homeports: Vancouver (Canada) and Whittier (United States)
Length: Five to seven nights
Itineraries: Five-night cruise to Alaska followed by one-way cruises to Alaska and Canada sailing between Whittier and Vancouver
Sailing Season: May 1 to June 24

Sapphire Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,600 guests
Built: 2004
Homeports: Los Angeles (Unites States) and Vancouver (Canada)
Length: Six and seven nights
Itineraries: Six-night Pacific Wine Country voyage followed by week-long cruises to Alaska and Canada
Sailing Season: April 6 to June 28

Australia, Asia and Pacific

Majestic Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2017
Homeport: Sydney (Australia)
Length: 27 and 28 nights
Itineraries: 28-night round Australia cruise followed by South Pacific and Hawaii repositioning voyage to North America
Sailing Season: March 7 to April 4

Grand Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,600 guests
Built: 1998
Homeports: Melbourne and Sydney (Australia); and Auckland (New Zealand)
Length: Three to 24 nights
Itineraries: Queensland, Southern Australia and New Zealand followed by a 24-night repositioning cruise to North America sailing across Tahiti, the South Pacific and Hawaii
Sailing Season: March 8 to April 8

Coral Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 1,950 guests
Built: 2002
Homeports: Fremantle, Sydney and Brisbane (Australia)
Length: Four to 107 nights
Itineraries: Four to 17-night cruises to Australia followed by a 35-night cruise to Hawaii and Tahiti and a 107-night world cruise
Sailing Season: March 6 to June 4

Diamond Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2004
Homeports: Yokohama and Kobe (Japan)
Length: Six to nine nights
Itineraries: Japan, Korea and Taiwan
Sailing Season: March 5 to June 29

Caribbean and South America

Regal Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2014
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Four to eight nights
Itineraries: Regular week-long cruises to the Eastern and Western visiting Princess Cays, St. Kits, Grand Cayman, Jamaica and more
Sailing Season: March 5 to April 9

Ruby Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2008
Homeport: Galveston (United States)
Length: Five to seven nights
Itineraries: Seven-night Western Caribbean cruises visiting Mexico and Honduras, in addition to a five-night voyage to Mexico in April
Sailing Season: March 5 to April 9

Caribbean Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2004
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Seven to 10 nights
Itineraries: Ten-night cruises to Southern Caribbean and Central America with partial transits of the Panama Canal in March, as well as week-long itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean starting in April
Sailing Season: March 2 to June 24

Sapphire Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,600 guests
Built: 2004
Homeports: Buenos Aires (Argentina) and San Antonio (Chile)
Length: 14 to 18 nights
Itineraries: West coast of South America followed by a repositioning voyage to Los Angeles
Sailing Season: March 5 to April 6

World Cruise

Island Princess
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 1,950 guests
Built: 2003
Homeports: Dubai (UAE); Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles (United States)
Length: 14 to 42 nights
Itineraries: Final legs of the 111-night world cruise started on January 19
Sailing Season: March 16 to May 11

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