The one where Princess announced their 2014-15 sailings through the Americas…

Emerald Princess in St. Thomas. Photo Credit: Princess Cruises

Emerald Princess in St. Thomas. Photo Credit: Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises has announced their new sailings for the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Canada & New England and the West Coast of the USA for 2014-2015, incorporating Regal Princess’ launch in the Caribbean and Royal Princess’ first cruises to Canada & New England out of NYC.

The new itineraries also include the first full season of voyages out of Los Angeles for Crown Princess.

11 ships in the Princess fleet will sail on 355 three- to 28-day voyages to more than 70 destinations with our favourite highlights detailed below:

Royal Princess will become the largest liner in the fleet to sail to Canada & New England when she heads out of New York in September and October 2014 on seven-day itineraries to Boston, Bar Harbor, Newport, Halifax and Saint John.

• Five ships will sail through the Caribbean out of Fort Lauderdale including the new Regal Princess which will sail on ten-day Caribbean itineraries on the ‘Eastern Caribbean Voyager’ and ‘Southern Caribbean Medley’ routes. Both of these routes are available for “butterflying” to create a 20-day cruise.

• Shorter voyages of four- and five- days duration will be on offer aboard Caribbean Princess to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

Grand Princess will sail on two new itineraries roundtrip from Vancouver to either the Hawaiian Islands or along the California Coast, complete with an overnight stay in San Francisco.

Crown Princess will offer a series of three- and four-day ‘Getaway’ sailings out of Los Angeles as well as a 28-day Hawaii, Tahiti and Samoa voyage.

Golden Princess will offer short three- and four-day ‘Getaway’ sailings out of Los Angeles in the northern hemisphere autumn.

• San Francisco will welcome Star Princess which will sail to Hawaii, Mexico and the California coast.

• Passengers sailing aboard Ruby Princess’ 12-day Colonial America & Canada itinerary between Quebec and Fort Lauderdale will be given the option to add a cruisetour taking in Colonial American sites or Canadian cities including Montreal, Toronto or Ottawa.

• Those wanting to experience the Panama Canal can do so aboard either Coral Princess or Island Princess which will sail for the full season on either an 11-day round trip itinerary out of Fort Lauderdale or a longer voyage between Fort Lauderdale and Vancouver.

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