Princess Announces a "Traditional" World Cruise in 2024
111 days visiting 51 ports. Island Princess will sail more than 33,000 nautical miles in 111 days.
Princess Cruise has announced their 2024 World Cruise and rather than compete with Royal Caribbean for the longest cruise, they are now sailing a world cruise with the largest ship, the Island Princess.
However, it will not be the largest by much. Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas weighs 90,090 tons and can carry 2100 guests and the Island is 92, 882 tons and can carry 2200.
Deanna Austin, Princess Cruises chief commercial officer said in a statement “Embarking on a Princess World Cruise to experience the globe’s marquis ports and hidden gems, where all the planning is done by the Princess destination experts, easily turns adventurous world travel dreams into a reality,” said Deanna Austin, Princess Cruises chief commercial officer. “And with MedallionClass, cruising is effortless, personalized and easy to stay connected from afar to loved ones back home or even to the office.” Here is some more information on the World Voyage.
Island Princess will sail more than 33,000 nautical miles in 111 days.
12 Maiden World Cruise port calls to Galilee/Nazareth (Haifa), Bali (Benoa), Crete (Heraklion), Mykonos, Naples (for Capri & Pompeii), Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Genoa (Milan), Villefranche, Lisbon, Agadir, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Bermuda.
Visits to 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, The Acropolis in Athens, The Port Fortress of Cartagena and the ancient Greek city of Ephesus in Turkey.
The World Cruise will cross the Equator twice.
The cruise will offer an overnight visit in the modern city Dubai and 11 “More Ashore” late-night calls including Abu Dhabi, Auckland and Sydney so guests can make the most of their time exploring new cultures in port.
Countries visited include New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Israel, Greece, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Canary Islands, Costa Rica and more.
Rates for the 2024 World Cruise start at $21,079/person. Guests booking the 97- or 111-day World Cruise by January 31, 2022 receive early booking perks, including:
Drinks with Tips – guests enjoy the Premier Beverage Package with everything from cocktails, beer and wine to specialty coffees, smoothies and bottled water.
Unlimited Wi-Fi – cruisers can video chat and text with family back home, stream favorite shows and check e-mail.
Crew Appreciation – full daily gratuities are paid to crew on behalf of cruise guests.
First-Class or Economy Roundtrip Airfare – guests booked in suites, Club Class or mini-suites fly first class to and from LAX or FLL, while guests booking a balcony stateroom receive free economy airfare. Only valid on flights departing the United States or Canada.
Money to Spend Onboard – for shopping, shore excursions, spa treatments and more, a $500 per guest (for the first two guests) is applied.
Specialty Dining – each guest can dine at award-winning specialty restaurants up to four times during the voyage without worrying about the cover charge.