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Princess suspends Southampton round-trips through Sept. 25

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For UK travelers, Princess will launch a series of new short cruises departing in late summer on Regal Princess, here, and Sky Princess from Southampton
Princess Cruises is extending the pause of its UK-based sailings round-trip Southampton through Sept. 25 on Sky Princess, Regal Princess and Island Princess.

For UK travelers, Princess will launch a series of new short cruises departing in late summer on Regal Princess and Sky Princess from Southampton that will go on sale later this month.

The line will move travelers on canceled voyages to the equivalent cruise in 2022 at the 2021 rate. Alternatively, passengers can choose a refundable 100% future cruise credit plus an additional nonrefundable 10% bonus FCC, or a full refund.

Travelers on a canceled voyage for which there is no matched cruise available in 2022 will automatically receive a refundable FCC of 100% plus an additional nonrefundable 10% FCC, or can request a full refund

Requests must be received through this online form by April 15 or travelers will automatically receive the FCC option. FCCs may be used on any cruises sailing by Dec. 31, 2022.

On Feb 25, Princess announced three new itineraries are to be added to Regal Princess’ 2021 ex-UK season: a 12-night Canary Islands cruise, a seven-night Spain and France cruise and a five-night Belgium and Netherlands sampler cruise. 

These replace Regal Princess’ 24-night 'Canadian Adventure' cruise. A 25-night Canada and New England cruise will also sail round-trip from Southampton in 2022 on Sky Princess.

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