In the Caribbean, Enchanted Princess, Sky Princess, Regal Princess, Caribbean Princess, Island Princess and Emerald Princess offer 87 departures of 21 different itineraries. Choices range from four to 21 days, all round-trip Fort Lauderdale, to 24 destinations.
Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean
Eastern Caribbean cruises include a four-day getaway to Princess Cays and multiple seven- and eight-day itineraries visiting destinations like St. Thomas, St. Maarten, San Juan and St. Kitts.
In the Western Caribbean choices include a five-day getaway to Costa Maya and Cozumel and multiple weeklong itineraries featuring Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Belize, Roatán, Cozumel and Costa Maya.
Eight to 16-day cruises explore the Southern Caribbean with calls at Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Antigua, Martinique and Barbados, among other islands.
A beach day at Princess Cays is included as part of Eastern, Western and Southern itineraries.
Only Princess offers Discovery and Animal Planet excursions for the whole family, including to UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Belize Barrier Reef and Brimstone Hill Fortress in St. Kitts. 'More Ashore' late-night stays are available in Curaçao, St. Maarten and St. Thomas.
The No. 1 Panama Canal cruise line, Princess has carried more travelers to this engineering marvel than any other operator, since 1967. For the 2022/23 season, Caribbean Princess, Emerald Princess, Island Princess and Ruby Princess will sail 26 departures of six different itineraries.
Cruises range from 10 days to 15 days and visit 16 destinations in nine countries.
A 'Panama Canal with Costa Rica & Caribbean' itinerary (10 days) sails round-trip Fort Lauderdale and offers a partial transit along with calls at Caribbean destinations like Costa Rica and Grand Cayman.
'Panama Canal Ocean to Ocean' (15 days) travels between Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles or San Francisco with calls at Mexico, South America and Central America.
Excursions include the rain forests and Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica on Animal Planet-recommended shore excursions, travel by a dugout canoe to an Emberá village in the heart of Panama's Chagres National Park and a ride on the world’s first trans-continental railroad, the Panama Canal Railroad.