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Journey through the passages of the Pacific Northwest on SS Legacy, part of UnCruise Adventures.

UnCruise bouncing back after long pause with series of small-boat Alaska cruises

Millions of people lost the opportunity to sail to Alaska last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, which precipitated a long pause in cruise ship operations. One company, UnCruise Adventures, was among the hardest hit. But there’s good news: UnCruise is bouncing back big time with a relaunch of Alaska itineraries  from Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan.

“When recent changes were made affecting our Seattle departures, I knew I could not disappoint our guests with another cancellation. Some of our guests have been waiting on this cruise for two or three years,” said Dan Blanchard, the company’s CEO. “It makes me proud to see my team jump into action and ready to do what it takes to make this year one of the biggest comebacks we’ve ever had.”

Empress of the Seas is among the Royal Caribbean ships expected to resume sailings out of Miami this summer.

CDC gives green light for cruises to resume in mid-July

May 1, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced this week that cruises in and out of U.S. ports could restart in mid-July if certain conditions are met.

After more than a year of shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic, the CDC said cruises can resume if 98 percent of its crew members and 95 percent of a ship’s passengers are fully vaccinated.

In a letter to the cruise industry after meetings with cruise representatives twice a month over the past month, the CDC said it agrees with the stance that sailing on a cruise ship will never be a zero-risk activity.

CDC spokesperson Caitlin Shockey told US Today that the letter means cruise lines could begin passenger sailings from U.S. ports by mid-July, but that it was still reliant on them following the guidelines in the CDC’s Framework for Conditional Sailing order. That order has been in place since October 2020 in place of a no-sail order enacted in March 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. The framework outlined requirements cruise lines would need to follow, including building up testing infrastructure and running simulated sailings before any line could sail with paying customers again.

The agency added that its timeline for the resumption of cruising is largely in line with that already announced by the major cruise companies. But authorization to resume operations doesn’t mean that the cruise lines will immediately return to the US as executives try to limit costs of moving ships and match operations to customer demand.

The CDC has yet to provide more information on just how cruise lines can get their simulated sailings up and running. At this point, the CDC has put the onus on the cruise lines to follow its latest technical guidance, which is a precursor to the simulated sailings.

On a conference call with analysts, Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain said the CDC’s announcement shows "a significant improvement in the extent and the quality of our dialogue with the CDC."

"We believe that this communication really helps us to see a clear and achievable pathway forward to a safe and healthy cruising in the near future," he said, adding that there are still questions the CDC needs to answer about the cruise line restrictions. But Fain did not rule out a mid-July start date.

Royal Caribben earlier announced it would offer new 7-night itineraries out of Nassau, the Bahamas, starting in June.

— from Cruiseable news services

Oceania's Marina in port.

Oceania to resume cruise sailings in August 2021

April 28, 2021

Oceania Cruises, the world’s leading culinary- and destination-focused cruise line, announced today that it will resume cruise operations with the 1,250-guest Marina (one of our favorite ships) in August, beginning with sailings to Scandinavia and Western Europe. Marina will resume its originally published voyage schedule starting Aug. 29 in Copenhagen.

“The entire Oceania Cruises team is excited to now shift our focus to safely restarting operations and ultimately welcoming back our guests to begin exploring the world once again,” Bob Binder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Oceania Cruises, said in a statement.

Phased restart dates for the balance of the Oceania Cruises fleet will be forthcoming and itineraries will be evaluated for port availability and adjusted as needed closer to the sailing dates.

Robust new SailSAFE protocols

Oceania Cruises said it is undertaking a phased restart with its science-backed plan for a healthy return to service that protects guests, crew and communities visited. The robust SailSAFE Health and Safety Program creates multiple layers of protection against COVID-19 and was developed with guidance from its team of public health and scientific experts including the Healthy Sail Panel and the SailSAFE Global Health and Wellness Council.

“At Oceania Cruises, we value health, well-being and safety above all else. Our guests, our crew, and, of course, the many amazing, dedicated people who work with us in the destinations we travel to are the very lifeblood of our business and we’ll do everything in our power to safeguard their health and safety,” Binder said.

Full details on the SailSAFE protocols can be found on the Oceania site. These protocols will be continuously evolved and refined using the best available science and technology.

New OceaniaNEXT enhancements

When the line’s ships start sailing again, beginning with Marina in August 2021, guests should be impressed with the array of enhancements awaiting them. 

“Our guests have been waiting a long time for this moment," Binder said. "We know that when our guests return, we want to not just welcome them back to the Oceania Cruises they remember and cherish, but also to exceed their expectations by elevating the dining experiences and service levels. We’ll be sharing more information about these exciting developments in the coming weeks.”

For additional information on Oceania Cruises’ small ship luxury product, exquisitely crafted cuisine, and expertly curated travel experiences, contact a Cruiseable travel consultant at [email protected] or 1-877-322-3773.

More on OceaniaNEXT

OceaniaNEXT is a sweeping array of dramatic enhancements so the cruise line's fleet. From thoughtfully crafted new dining experiences and reimagined menus to the dramatic re-inspiration of the brand’s six ships, guests can indulge in the Finest Cuisine at Sea, be pampered aboard small and luxurious ships, and be enriched through in-depth destination exploration.

— Cruiseable news services

A ship in the Viking Ocean Cruises fleet.

Viking takes possession of newest ocean ship, Viking Venus

April 15, 2021

Viking today announced it took delivery of Viking Venus, the company’s newest ocean ship. The delivery ceremony took place when the ship was presented at Fincantieri’s shipyard in Ancona, Italy. Viking Venus will now make her way to the United Kingdom, where she will be officially named on May 17, 2021, by her ceremonial godmother, Anne Diamond, the noted British journalist and broadcaster.

The ship will then begin an itinerary of spring and summer departures along England’s Scenic Shores.

“Many of us have stayed close to home for months, so this is an important milestone as we begin to get back out into the world again,” Torstein Hagen, chairman of Viking, said in a statement. “We look forward to ... welcoming our UK guests back on board next month.” 

For more than a year, Anne Diamond has been a key figure on Viking’s award-winning enrichment channel, Viking.TV. Viking.TV went live in March 2020, in the early stages of the pandemic, and was conceived as a way to build community, stay connected and share positive experiences while people are staying home, rather than traveling.

A fall day in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada.

Holland America announces cruises for May to October 2022

March 29, 2021

Cruising between Canada and New England in summer or fall provides a time to enjoy the weather and witness Mother Nature turn coastal forests into brilliant displays of gold, red and orange.

And now you can get a first-hand look at coastal New England on a Holland America cruise next summer or fall.

The venerable cruise line has just announced plans to offer opportunities to explore North America’s East Coast from May to October 2022. With progress being made daily to get the coronavirus pandemic behind us, HAL is so confident about these voyages that they have opened bookings today.

Itineraries available on two ships

Cruises will take place on both the Zaandam and Nieuw Statendam on a series of six- to eight-day Canada & New England Discovery departures. Highlights of the trip include visiting New England’s quintessential towns and experiencing Canada’s undeniable Old World French flair. Nieuw Statendam allows for explorations up to 24 days that stretch to Newfoundland, Greenland and Iceland, where the region’s dramatic landscapes are the headliners of the journey.

Rendering of Holland America's Nieuw Statendam, set to debut in May 2022.
Courtesy of Holland America LineRendering of Holland America's Nieuw Statendam, set to debut in August 2022.

From weeklong journeys to a 24-day voyage

Nieuw Statendam will debut Aug. 22, 2022, as the first Pinnacle Class ship. She’ll also offer a 24-day voyage on Aug. 3 round trip from Boston, circumnavigating Iceland and making six calls around the country. Stops include  Greenland, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland.

She will also dock in Bar Harbor, Maine; Halifax and Sydney, Nova Scotia; Saint-Pierre, St. John’s, Red Bay, St. Anthony and Corner Brook, Newfoundland; Qaqortoq (Julianehåb) and Nanortalik (Ilivileq), Greenland; and Reykjavík (evening stay), Djúpivogur, Seydisfjörur, Akureyri, Isafjörour and Grundarfjörour, Iceland.

The grand new ship will sail six- to eight-day Canada & New England Discovery itineraries between Boston and Québec City, with weekend departures. Ports include Bar Harbor, Charlottetown, Sydney and Halifax. The eight-day cruise adds Saint John, New Brunswick.

The ship will also make longer Newfoundland & New England Discovery sailings between Boston and Québec City. Ports on the 10-day cruise include Baie-Comeau and Havre-Saint-Pierre, Québec; and Corner Brook, St. Anthony, St. John’s, Halifax and Bar Harbor. The 11-day departure calls at Portland, Maine; Saguenay, Québec; and Saint John, Halifax, Corner Brook (evening stay), Charlottetown and Baie-Comeau.

For its part, Zaadam’s Boston to Montreal itineraries in summer and fall will be seven-day sailings that include Bar Harbor, Québec City, Québec; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; and Sydney and Halifax.

Fresh lobster, straight from the kitchen, is a highlight of any lunch or dinner in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Courtesy of Destination HalifaxFresh lobster, straight from the kitchen, is a highlight of any lunch or dinner in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Focusing on local food and wine

Holland America has teamed up with Food & Wine magazine to showcase  tastes of the region such as authentic poutine (a dish of french fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy) and maple syrup-infused treats or farm-to-fork cuisine in Quebec City. Passengers will also be treated to a classic lobster boat and dine at a downeast Maine lobster bake in Bar Harbor.

A taste of Nova Scotia's culinary scene is provided at Halifax’s iconic waterfront boardwalk where  Prince Edward Island's freshly shucked oysters, lobster sliders and homegrown mussels are on the menu.

Early booking reward

For a limited time, if you  book 2022 Canada & New England cruises by April 19, 2021, you can score up to $2,300 in amenities. These feature a free Signature Beverage Package, prepaid gratuities, free Signature Dining Package and 50% reduced deposits. WiFi is provided free in suites. 

Be sure to check Holland America’s COVID-19 rules and regulations, which may include mandatory COVID19 pre-boarding tests, proof of COVID-19 vaccines and on board restrictions such as mask-wearing and physical distancing, depending on the situation next year. 

Ready to book?

Contact a Cruiseable travel consultant in our Business Dept. and they'll provide you with everything you need to plan your getaway while getting you the best price — with no fees involved. Phone 1-877-322-3773 or email [email protected].

Adventure of the Seas docked in Bridgetown, Barbados.

How the cruise lines are planning to sail again

March 24, 2021

As cruise lines continue to wait for guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control before they can resume sailing out of U.S. ports, they're beginning to make plans for limited operations.

Viking hopes to reboot in May, with Princess, Crystal, Oceania and Celebrity Cruises close behind.  

Some 85.5 million Americans — one-third of adults — have received at least one dose of the COVID-9 vaccine, the Washington Post reports today. But the pandemic is far from over as cases continue to rise in several hot zones in the US and abroad.

Still, there are glimmers of hope, and cruise lines are now moving forward with plans to  resume operations as early as May 2021. That may be optimistic, but the cruise lines acknowledge they're playing it month by month as the situation on the ground evolves.

Here's the state of play with resumption of cruise line operations. 

Viking leading the pack

Viking Cruises is ending part of its cruise pause in May with a series of cruises around England, but only for UK residents. The line is offering capacity-controlled eight-day voyages.  Like all cruise companies, it is also promising increased safety and health protocols to keep crew and passengers safe.

Will cruise lines require those on board to get a shot before sailing? Crystal Cruises is among those that are saying yes.

Will cruise lines require passengers to get a vaccine to sail?

March 18, 2021

Now that the United States is on pace to getting most of its citizens vaccinated by late spring or early summer, the return of cruising in summer 2021 seems like not just a possibility but a probability.

While no one is saying it out loud (yet), cruising is likely to return with a flourish sooner than later, thanks to the large-scale COVID-19 vaccination rollout overseen by the Biden administration. As of today, 75.5 million Americans, or 22.7% of the U.S. public, have received at least one dose of the vaccine, the Washington Post reports

Which leads to the question: Will crew  members and passengers aboard cruise ships be required to get the vaccine before sailing?

For several smaller luxury lines, the answer is a definitive yes. 

Lightweight medical masks or similar protective masks are now required for public travel.

CDC issues mask-wearing mandate for cruises

February 1, 2021

If you're one of those who refuse to wear a mask in public, your life just got a little tougher. The Centers for Disease Control has issued a mandate that everyone boarding a cruise ship, train, plane, subway, ride-share, taxi or any other public transport is required to a mask — effective today.

The goal: To tamp down the pandemic

This stricter rule is in an attempt to combat the spread of the debilitating and sometimes lethal strains of coronavirus that cause COVID-19. And wearing a mask is a proven deterrent for transmission.

The mask order puts the onus on all operators of transportation to enforce it.

The CDC states that people must wear masks that cover both the mouth and nose when awaiting, boarding, traveling on, or disembarking public conveyances. People must also wear masks when entering or on the premises of a transportation hub in the United States. Here's a PDF of the full order.

CDC lays down the law

Here are the specifics of the order:

  • A properly worn mask completely covers the nose and mouth.
  • Cloth masks should be made with two or more layers of a breathable fabric that is tightly woven (i.e., fabrics that do not let light pass through when held up to a light source).
  • The mask should be secured to the head with ties, ear loops, or elastic bands that go behind the head. If gaiters are worn, they should have two layers of fabric or be folded to make two layers.
  • Mask should fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face.
  • Mask should be a solid piece of material without slits, exhalation valves, or punctures.

The following attributes are additionally acceptable as long as masks meet the requirements above:

  • Masks can be either manufactured or homemade.
  • Masks can be reusable or disposable.
  • Masks can have inner filter pockets.
  • Clear masks or cloth masks with a clear plastic panel may be used to facilitate communication with people who are hearing impaired or others who need to see a speaker’s mouth to understand speech.
  • Medical masks and N-95 respirators fulfill the requirements of the order.

Coverings that fall short of the requirements

The following do not fulfill the requirements of the order.

  • Masks worn in a way that does not cover both the mouth and nose
  • Face shields or goggles (face shields or goggles may be worn to supplement a mask that meets above required attributes)
  • Scarves, ski masks, balaclavas, or bandannas
  • Shirt or sweater collars (e.g., turtleneck collars) pulled up over the mouth and nose.
  • Masks made from loosely woven fabric or that are knitted, i.e., fabrics that let light pass through
  • Masks made from materials that are hard to breathe through (such as vinyl, plastic or leather)
  • Masks containing slits, exhalation valves, or punctures
  • Masks that do not fit properly (large gaps, too loose or too tight)

Additional guidance on the use of masks to slow the spread of COVID-19 is available on the CDC’s website.

The bottom line? People who refuse to follow the rule not be able to travel on any public transport. So if this is something you can't abide, it's best to postpone your travel plans. Mask have been proved to be effective in helping stop the transmission of COVID19 among people especially when combined with social distancing and good hygiene.

SeaDream I calls on Soufrierre, Haiti.

CDC issues new warning to steer clear of cruise ships

December 3, 2020

The super sleek and upscale SeaDream I was sailing on a luxurious journey in early November when a passenger was diagnosed with COVID19. The incident precipitated the testing of crew and other passengers, and about seven people proved positive.

After a summer in which the cruise industry came to a halt during the coronavirus pandemic the 112-passenger SeaDream I was one of the first ships to resume operations. The outbreak is not only most unfortunate for the cruise line and industry but probably is a key factor in the Centers for Disease Control’s decision to issue a warning not to cruise.

Here’s the gist of the story

SeaDream I was carrying 46 passengers when it docked in Barbados after one passenger tested positive. Those passengers flew home on a private plane. Afterward six or seven more people had positive results and also boarded a private plane to return home.

The cruise had been designed to show that with increased safety protocols, including regular testing aboard the ship, it was safe to cruise during the pandemic. That didn’t work out so well.

Gene Sloan, a senior reporter for cruise and travel at The Points Guy, reported that the COVID scare started when the captain informed passengers of the preliminary positive test over the ship's intercom system shortly before lunchtime on a Wednesday.

Passengers were instructed to return to their cabins and remain isolated there, he said. The ship, which was in the Grenadines at the time of the first preliminary positive test, docked in Barbados Wednesday evening.

"It's not a great development for the cruise industry," Sloan told CNN via email on Wednesday from his cabin on board. "I think the hope had been that the rigorous testing that SeaDream was doing would keep Covid off its ship."

SeaDream was feeling confident about cruising following a successful COVID19-free season in Norway. And according to Sloan, no one on the board the Caribbean voyage wore face masks, not even the crew. Crew members told him they weren't necessary since the ship was a Covid-free "bubble."

A few days into sailing, masks were suddenly required.

The latest from the CDC

Consequently, the CDC delivered its strictest warning urging Americans to avoid all cruises and raising its alert to Level 4. The updated advisory notice on the federal agency’s website reads: “CDC recommends that all people avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises, worldwide, because the risk of COVID-19 on cruise ships is very high. It is especially important that people with an increased risk of severe illness avoid travel on cruise ships, including river cruises.

News reports indicate that vaccines will be available early in 2021 for at-risk populations, health care workers and others. At some point, people will be able to safely sail and travel around the world again. It helps, of course, to follow all the protocols of mask wearing, physical distancing and hand washing.

Viking Mississippi

Viking sails into future with new Mississippi cruises

March 31, 2020

One line isn’t letting the coronavirus stop them. Viking Cruises is thinking to the future, 2022 to be exact, when the line will launch a series of new cruises on the Mississippi River.

It certainly is something to look forward to as we all try to picture a world without Covid-19 lurking around the corner.

The announcement was made March 30 by Viking chairman Torstein Hagen, who said this new series will further expand its destination-focused travel experiences.

The company's first custom vessel, utterly modern Viking Mississippi, is expected to debut in August 2022. She will sail the Lower and Upper Mississippi between New Orleans and St. Paul, Minn.

The opulent Regent Suite on Seven Seas Splendor features the world's most expensive bed.

Sleep in a $200,000 bed on Regent's upcoming Seven Seas Splendor

November 4, 2019

Looking for the sleep of a lifetime? If you can afford to shell out $11,000 per passenger per night, I've got just the bed for you. It's called the Vividus, and it's coming to Regent Seven Seas' new luxury ship Splendor when it debuts in February 2020.

The handcrafted bed from Hästens retails for $200,000 and is filled with horsetail hair, cushioning flax, slow-growing pine, superior wool and long-fiber cotton. It's said to help your muscles naturally relax into a deep, undisturbed sleep that offers a floating sensation.

Of course, a bed that pricey must be covered with equally decadent bed linens. And it is. The linens are  made from batiste makò cotton and 100 percent virgin white down from Alaskan geese that keeps bodies at the correct temperature.

What’s more, suite residents can be further pampered with a Serene Spa & Wellness restorative sleep ritual treatment. This is a luxurious bath scented with lavender and chamomile and preceded by a massage on request.

The bathing begins with a transcendent, nourishing milk bath — a light and gentle milky formula rich in vitamins, amino acids and natural plant collagen from Japanese Camellia oil that leaves behind satin-soft skin.

Seven Seas Splendor debuts in February as the world's most luxurious cruise ship. It's now open for bookings.
Courtesy of Regent Seven SeasSeven Seas Splendor debuts in February as the world's most luxurious cruise ship. It's now open for bookings.

Mattress matters  

In case you were curious, the Hästens Vividus Mattress wooden frame is made from slow-growing northern Swedish pine. On top sits a box spring that has pure steel springs and multiple layers of flax for soundproofing. Above that is the mattress, which holds more springs, layers of superior cotton and wool batting, and horsetail hair lining.

The mattress pad, or “topper,” has its own layers of cotton, wool, and horsetail hair. The Vividus is constructed in Swedish style, with dovetail joints instead of screws or nails, and the springs are connected to the mattress interior using a step-stitching process, accomplished by hand with an 18-inch long needle. 

The horsetail hair is braided by hand, then unwound to give it even more bounce. Every curled strand acts like a tiny spring, providing support and pliability. Unlike human hair, each horsetail hair is a hollow tube, enabling it to function as an airway to wick moisture away.

The reason behind all these layers is so Regent Suite guests can feel as if they are floating while sleeping with zero gravity, with legs slightly raised, helping circulation and overall heart health.  If that doesn’t induce a good night’s sleep, nothing can.

To add even more panache, passengers can select their bed linens and pillows from two categories of prestigious Italian bedding. One is  Bellino Fine Italian Linens and the other Med1994 Aria line.

 The Bellino Samurai Collection, made from 100 percent pure, crisp, breathable linen, offers  600 thread-count sateen and 100 percent long staple cotton. Bellino’s Adriana Collection has a 500 thread count percale and 100 percent long staple cotton for an indulgent, sumptuous feel. 

Pillow talk

From the pillow menu
Courtesy of Regent Seven SeasFrom the pillow menu.

Of course, there is a pillow menu. Suite sleepers can pick a gel, water, memory foam, buckwheat hull or tri-side anatomic pillow to rest their precious heads.

The Regent Suite on Seven Seas Splendor offers unobstructed 270-degree views over the bow from the 1,300 square-foot wraparound veranda, and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge that offers a captain’s view  of the sea and destinations.

Guests staying in the Regent Suite aboard sister ship Seven Seas Explorer also enjoy a renowned sleep experience, complete with the Serene Spa & Wellness sleep ritual and the enveloping comfort of a $150,000 Savoir No 1 bed, handmade over 120 hours in London. Guests also choose from four exquisite bedding selections.

The 750-passenger, all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Splendor is being built in Ancona, Italy.  The ship is about as extravagant as it gets with more than acre of marble and all 375 suites spanning almost 52,000 square feet of balcony space.

Seven Seas Splendor will be the first newly built cruise ship to be helmed by a female captain, Captain Serena Melani.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ offers the most all-inclusive fares in the industry on its four-ship fleet — Seven Seas Explorer, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator® and Seven Seas Voyager, with Splendor on the way. 

Interested in a cruise on Seven Seas Splendor?

If you're interested in booking a cruise on Seven Seas Splendor — $200,000 bed or not — contact the cruise experts in the business department of Cruiseable. Call 1-877-322-3773 or email [email protected].

Discovery Princess debuts in 2021 with calls in Mykonos, Greece, and other scenic ports.

Princess names new Medallion Class mega-ship

October 7, 2019

Princess Cruises continues to grow by leaps and bounds. This time it’s building a 143,700-gross ton, 3,600-passenger behemoth that debuts in 2021.

You probably can’t guess her name. OK, it’s Discovery Princess and passenger can discover her in Europe, the Caribbean, South America, Mexico and California from 2021-2022.

The Medallion Class ship is the first new Princess ship based on the West Coast to sail out of Los Angeles, too. Before going to LA, she will make her debut Nov. 3, 2021, on a seven-day Med & Aegean voyage from Rome to Athens.

Designed to take your breath away

Princess has yet to release full detail of Discovery, but we did learn it will sport the biggest balconies at sea. It will also feature the signature Sanctuary for ultimate relaxation and an array of Broadway-style shows and entertainment.

Boats in the tropical waters along the scenic coastline of Bonaire.
Courtesy of Tourism Corporation BonaireBoats in the tropical waters along the scenic coastline of Bonaire.

Inaugural itineraries

In the Mediterranean: Discovery will do eight itineraries to 19 destinations in eight countries. You can choose from seven- to 27-day voyages. Departure cities include Rome, Athens or Barcelona. Ports with late-night calls include Barcelona, Genoa (Milan) and Mykonos on select itineraries. Cruise departure dates: Nov. 3, 10, 17 and 24, 2021.

Caribbean choices include six holiday voyages, ranging from four to eight or 16 days. You can pick from  eight destinations in seven countries that visit the Eastern Caribbean. There’s also a new port of call in Tortola and Southern Caribbean that goes to the  three ABC islands, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Cruise departure dates: Dec. 9, 13, 21, 29, 2021.

South America options encompass 22 destinations in 11 countries on six departures, including a 50-day voyage from Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles. More late-night calls ashore include Rio de Janeiro (overnight), Buenos Aires and Lima (overnight). Departure dates: Jan. 6, 24, Feb. 7, 2022.

Big West Coast debut

On her big bow in Los Angeles, Discovery does Mexico and the California Coast.  She starts on March 1, 2022, with a five-day cruise with an overnight stay in Cabo San Lucas or on a seven-day Mexican Riveria cruise. This is followed by  voyages along the California coastline on March 1, 6, 13, April 3, 10, and May 1, 2022.

Interested in a cruise on this ship?

Bookings for Discovery Princess open this week. Contact a Cruiseable travel professional and we'll find the best itinerary for you on Princess Discovery and get you all the perks. Call our travel consultants at 1-877-322-3773 to get the best deal — with the lowest fares available — at no cost to you. Or email [email protected]