As well, cruises from Southampton will be available from March to October, a month longer than any previous UK season.
Other vessels in this lengthy season include Sky Princess, Regal Princess, Crown Princess and Island Princess.
Scandinavia and Russia
The line's classic 11-day Scandinavia and Russia cruise (round-trip Copenhagen) features an overnight stay with two full days in St. Petersburg. Travelers can visit seven countries with Princess: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Russia and Germany. Ships sailing this region include the new Enchanted Princess, Sky Princess and Island Princess.
Eight- to 14-day cruises from Southampton provide access to the Scottish Highlands, pubs and Stonehenge. Travelers on the 12-day British Isles itinerary get late-night stays at Dublin and Belfast. There's also an opportunity to experience the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Ships cruising the British Isles include Crown Princess and Island Princess.
Norway, Iceland, Greenland
Cruises navigate through Sognefjord en route to Skjolden and stop at Reykjavik. Itineraries to Greenland feature Qaqortoq, Nuuk and Nanortalik. Princess offers seven- to 14-day itineraries on Sky Princess and Island Princess.
On cruises ranging from seven to 24 days, travelers can discover the Adriatic and Aegean seas, sailing from Barcelona, Piraeus, Civitavecchia (Rome) or Southampton. Sky Princess, Regal Princess and Island Princess operate the voyages, with Island Princess offering two 14-day voyages from Civitaveccchia to explore both the Mediterranean and Israel, with the chance to visit Jerusalem.
Fourteen- to 28-day grand adventures provide more sea days to experience the ships and the ports that only a trans-Atlantic voyage can offer. All ships sailing to Europe in 2022 offer these itineraries.
Several cruises can be combined with a multi-night land tour. Cruise-tour options include touring Venice and Rome, discovering Prague and Vienna, exploring Spain's seaside towns or trekking the Irish countryside.