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Does anyone know what new itineraries Princess is releasing tomorrow? The email says Asia and the Americas.

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Cruises out of Singapore and Japan.

Antarctica, Circle South America, Caribbean.

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Someone usually has access to the itineraries. People who've been on a very recent cruise maybe. Seems strange no one has posted details on here.

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  • ANTARCTIC BOUND – 16 nights from $4,329pp
    Buenos Aires | Montevideo | Falkland Islands | Antarctic Peninsula (including Neumayer Channel and South Shetland Islands)| Ushuaia | Santiago
  • CIRCLE SOUTH AMERICA – 58 nights from $12,819pp
    Fort Lauderdale | Panama Canal full transit | Costa Rica | Lima (overnight) |Easter Islands | Santiago | Amalia Glacier | Ushuaia | Falkland Islands | Buenos Aires | Montevideo | Rio de Janeiro | Trinidad | Barbados | Antigua | Fort Lauderdale
    *Ask us about Princess’ South America Cruisetour options including Iguazu Falls Adventure and Machhu Picchu Explorer
  • SOLAR ECLIPSE IN SOUTH EAST ASIA – 21 nights from $4,319pp
    Singapore | Nha Trang | Ho Chi Minh City | Sihanoukville | Bangkok | Ko Samui | Kuala Lumpur | Singapore
  • TRANSATLANTIC REPOSITIONING – 21 nights from $4,849pp
    Sydney | Fiordland National Park | Dunedin | Akaroa | Auckland | Pago Pago (America Samoa) | French Polynesia | Hawaii | Los Angeles

Here are a few copied from a pre-release email from a TA who shall remain nameless.

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That's a great start thank you. I'm really interested in dates and which ships are doing the cruises.

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That's a great start thank you. I'm really interested in dates and which ships are doing the cruises.

 

Asia: Diamond and Sapphire

Caribbean: Caribbean, Crown, Regal, Sky, Coral, Emerald, Island, Pacific

 

Panama: Caribbean, Crown, Pacific, Regal, Sky, Coral, Emerald, Island



South America: Coral, Island




 

Looks like about 300 cruises.


West coast: Grand, Royal, Star, Emerald, Island, Coral, Ruby, Golden

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I got an E Mail from Princess yesterday stating they were releasing some cruises to Elites, early, before general release. Cannot convince 'She who shall be obeyed' though.:evilsmile:

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I got an E Mail from Princess yesterday stating they were releasing some cruises to Elites, early, before general release. Cannot convince 'She who shall be obeyed' though.:evilsmile:

We got the same email but there's nothing new or interesting. We also got the new release Azamara cruises and they're fabulous. Something like 36 new ports. Beats Princess and her tired old ships and itineraries, hands down.

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We got the same email but there's nothing new or interesting. We also got the new release Azamara cruises and they're fabulous. Something like 36 new ports. Beats Princess and her tired old ships and itineraries, hands down.

Albeit Azamara is much more expensive, anyway they stole Adonia !!!! Those Azamara ships the R4's , the 9 of them were built between 1999 and 2001, no spring chickens, but nice ships, having been on Pacific Princess twice.

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Albeit Azamara is much more expensive, anyway they stole Adonia !!!! Those Azamara ships the R4's , the 9 of them were built between 1999 and 2001, no spring chickens, but nice ships, having been on Pacific Princess twice.

They all have old ships in their fleet. One of our favourite ships was the old Dawn Princess but nothing can excuse the ongoing air con issues on the Diamond (2-3 years now), the flooding from toilet overflows on the Grand or the dumbing down of food and services. We've always travelled for the itinerary and cruise lines like Azamara are stepping up to the challenge of catering for the well sailed traveller.

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