Princess Cruises launches 2022 World Cruise

Princess Cruises has launched the 111-day Princess 2022 World Cruise. Sailing on Island Princess, the 2022 World Cruise features 51 destinations, 29 countries and six continents, with two roundtrip options – from Ft. Lauderdale (5 January, 2022) or Los Angeles (19 January, 2022).

This once-in-a-lifetime world cruise aboard Island Princess will cross the equator twice, feature 11 late night calls including an overnight stay in Dubai, travel 34,000 nautical miles and visit 25 UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Archaeological City of Petra from Aqaba and the historical city of Jerusalem.

Port of calls include the Panama Canal, Bermuda, Puntarenas (Costa Rica), Barcelona, Rome, Monte Carlo, Athens, Suez Canal, Singapore, Bali, Fiordland National Park, Pago Pago, and two stops in Hawaii.  Late night calls will be offered at destinations such as Malta, Genoa, Abu Dhabi, Sydney, Auckland and Mykonos.

This epic voyage will feature the exclusive Princess MedallionClass Experience. This experience is centered around the OceanMedallion, a device the size of a coin that never needs to be turned on or off.  Guests can wear it or use it to enjoy everything from faster embarkation to whatever they need onboard that will be delivered to them like drinks, food or even sunscreen, plus locate family members and friends. It can even unlock the stateroom door. 

Cruise fares for this amazing voyage around the world range from USD$20,999 per person for an inside cabin to USD$57,999 per person for a suite. Balcony cabins start at USD$29,999 per person.  Cruise fares exclude gratuities and taxes. 

Guests who book by 30 November, 2020 will receive benefits that include onboard credit of up to USD1,000 per stateroom and specialty dining.  Past passengers will receive a saving of up to USD1,000 per person if they book by the same deadline.

The 2022 Princess World Cruises is definitely a trip we would love to pack our bags for. Would you book this cruise around the world? Let us know in the comments.

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