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Princess sets fall restart dates from LA, San Francisco, Fort Lauderdale

Cruises sailing through 2021 will be open to travelers who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19
Princess Cruises scheduled fall return to service dates from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Fort Lauderdale.

Starting between Sep. 25 and Nov. 25, cruises on board eight Princess MedallionClass ships will once again sail the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico, Hawaii and the California coast.

These follow the earlier announced weeklong Alaska cruises set to depart July 25 through Sept. 26 round-trip Seattle, on Majestic Princess.

For fully vaccinated travelers

Cruises sailing through 2021 are available to travelers who have received their final dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before embarkation and have proof of vaccination. Crew vaccinations will be in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.

From Los Angeles

Los Angeles will provide the springboard for Majestic Princess and Grand Princess to visit a variety of destinations, including the California coast and Mexico on seven-day cruises, and the Hawaiian Islands on 15-day cruises. Also available are three- to five-day getaway cruises to the California coast and Mexico.

San Francisco

Sailing from San Francisco, Ruby Princess will start with seven-day California coast cruises before adding 15-day Hawaii cruises and 10-day Mexico cruises.

Fort Lauderdale

Enchanted Princess will embark on two brand-new cruises from Fort Lauderdale to start a scheduled inaugural season of 10-day cruises to the Southern and Eastern Caribbean.

Sky Princess, Regal Princess and Caribbean Princess will offer three-, five-, seven- and 14-day cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

And Crown Princess will travel to the Panama Canal on a series of 10-day voyages.


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