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Princess 2024 world cruise in 111 days from Fort Lauderdale or Los Angeles

New Zealand's Fiordland National Park is among the destination highlights
Princess Cruises' 2024 world voyage is a 111-day circumnavigation from Fort Lauderdale or Los Angeles visiting 51 destinations in 27 countries.

A 97-day option from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale is available, too.

33,000 nautical miles

Island Princess is the line’s largest ship to sail a world cruise, with the full version spanning more than 33,000 nautical miles.

The trip will embark Jan. 4, 2024, from Florida or Jan. 18 from California.

Maiden calls, UNESCO sites

Maiden calls for a Princess world cruise include Haifa, Benoa (Bali), Heraklion, Mykonos, Naples, Livorno, Genoa, Villefranche, Lisbon, Agadir, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Bermuda.

There will be access to 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Acropolis in Athens, the port fortress of Cartagena, the ancient Greek city of Ephesus in Turkey and New Zealand's Fiordland National Park (part of the wider UNESCO site Te Wāhipounamu).

Island Princess will stay overnight in Dubai and offer 11 'More Ashore' late-night calls at destinations including Abu Dhabi, Auckland and Sydney.

Starting at $21,079

Fare start at $21,079 per person.

Travelers booking the 97- or 111-day world cruise by Jan. 31, 2022, receive early booking perks, including a Premier Beverage Package with tips, unlimited Wi-Fi, gratuities and round-trip airfare (first class for suites, Club Class or mini-suites and economy for balcony staterooms; both valid for flights departing the US or Canada). Further perks are $500 on-board credit per person for the first two guests in a stateroom and no cover charge for specialty dining up to four times.

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