Twenty-six itineraries with 23 destinations in 12 countries will sail through the Panama Canal during Princess Cruises’ Panama Canal season 2024-25.
During the upcoming 2024-2025 season, Princess Cruises‘ president John Padgett said three ships will transit the historic Panama Canal, offering full transit cruises, ocean-to-ocean cruises and roundtrips from Fort Lauderdale. In 2003, when the ship was christened in the Panama Canal, by Mireya Moscoso, the then president of Panama, Coral Princess was christened in the region.
This season’s highlights include a 12-day Panama Canal with Costa Rica and Caribbean itinerary with stops in Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, and a 16-day Ocean-to-Ocean cruise with a stop at Fuerte Amador.
Spanish Fortifications at Portobelo-San Lorenzo and the Port Fortress are two of the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites featured in the 2024-25 Panama Canal season.
As well as more savings, Princess Cruises announced more value. Additionally, guests opting for the Princess Plus for $60 per person per day (including drinks, Wi-Fi and crew gratuities) will receive two premium desserts per day, fitness classes and unlimited juices worth $140.
The Princess Premier package, which costs $80 per person per day, also offers nearly 70 percent off, with a total amenity value of $257 per day. Aside from Medallion Net Wi-Fi for four devices, two nights of specialty dining, unlimited smoothies and juices, Princess prizes, premium desserts and beverages, and more, the offer also includes luxury desserts and drinks.
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