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Luxury travel Blog post April 25, 2018
Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.

Courtesy of Princess Cruises

Small ship, big visual treats: Pacific Princess gives guests an exotic experience through the lavish isles of Bora Bora.

Princess Cruises offers awesome world cruise for 2020

111-day voyage on Pacific Princess will visit 42 destinations

This is definitely designed for folks who enjoy long cruises that visit many ports. On Jan. 5, 2020, Pacific Princess will set out on a 111-day voyage from Ft. Lauderdale, stopping in Los Angeles to pick up more guests on Jan. 20. 

The 670-passenger Pacific Princess is the perfect size if you are not a fan of mega-ships. Short segments will be offered for those who don’t have the time, money or inclination to do the whole enchilada.

“We’ve been offering world cruises since 1998 and our team of destination experts knows how to create the best worldwide itineraries like no other in the cruise industry,” Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president, said in a statement. “Our captain, officers and crew regularly hear from guests the impact the world cruise has on them, as they share their appreciation for taking them to places they never in a million years thought they would experience.”

Fun facts and Princess Cruises firsts for the 2020 world cruise include:

  • Cruise to 42 destinations, 26 countries on five continents
  • 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the first visit to Stone Town in Zanzibar
  • Pacific Princess will sail 34,287 nautical miles in 111 days 
  • The world cruise crosses the equator four times
  • First time Princess Cruises world cruise visit to Kaikoura, New Zealand; Praslin, Seychelles Islands; Mayotte Island, (French protectorate); and Zanzibar, Tanzania
  • It's the first call to Melbourne on a world cruise for Princess Cruises

The 2020 World Cruise will feature 12 late-night stays in several ports, including Melbourne, Tahiti, Phuket and an overnight in Cape Town, South Africa.

Patong Beach, Phuket, in southern Thailand.
Courtesy of Tourism Authority of ThailandPatong Beach on Phuket in southern Thailand.

Want to book part or all of this cruise?

The 2020 World Cruise aboard Pacific Princess goes on sale on today with rates starting at $22,999 per person (considerably less for shorter segments, of course). Early booking credits and past passenger savings are available.

Guests booking the 96- or 111-day world cruise before March 31, 2019 receive early booking perks such as a $1,000 onboard credit per person for guests booking a balcony, mini-suite, Club Class mini-suite and suite; $500 onboard credit per person for guests booking an interior or oceanview and complimentary gratuities for any category. The onboard credit comes in handy for beverage purchases, spa treatments and shore excursions.

For more information or to book the cruise, contact a Cruiseable travel advocate for the best rate and all the savings. Just send an email or call 1-877-322-3773.

Patti Pietschmann
I'm the LA Travel Diva and national cruise correspondent for Examiner.com and spend time cruising with first mate Richard, traveling the world, reviewing fine restaurants, going to plays, movies and events. It's the good life.

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