In a statement released today (15), Princess Cruises announced new navigation plans, resuming cruise services in the United States and Australia. In a North American destination, the company returns to its port of origin in Galveston, Texas by December 2022 and San Diego by September 2022. In the country of Oceania, the brand will launch again in July with Coral Princess. ,
At Galveston, the shipowner will pilot the Ruby Princess, which returns to the destination after six years. The voyages from the Texas port will take place between December 2022 and April 2023 on cruises of five to eleven days, convening primarily to destinations in the western Caribbean.
Travel from San Diego begins in September of this year and runs through February of next year. They will be taken aboard the Diamond Princess, which will join the West Coast fleet of ships with a range of new cruise itineraries ranging from five to 16 days. The ship will also begin a special 20-day cruise to Central America, round-trip from San Diego, in November 2022.
In Australia, the company returns with the Coral Princess, which will perform round-trip itineraries in Brisbane over a period of three to 12 days. In August, the Coral Princess will be stationed in Sydney and depart on a new 12-day trip to Queensland, before resuming the previously announced Australia and New Zealand schedule for the 2022/2023 season.