By the Caribbean Journal staff
Princess Cruises has released the details on its upcoming 2020-2021 season in the wider Caribbean, with plans for 127 departures across 15 different voyages around the region.
That will range from four to 20-day sailings, stopping in a total of 24 destinations across 20 countries in the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean, according to the company.
Princess will be sending an array of ships, including its Caribbean Princess, Crown Princess, Enchanted Princess and Sky Princess ships in the region, all of which include the company’s OceanMedallion wearable tech experience.
“Our 2020-21 Caribbean cruise season offers both the best experiences ashore and onboard,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president. “With four ships, including our newest Enchanted Princess and Sky Princess, offering our highly-desired Princess MedallionClass experience, guests will find an enhanced level of service and ease onboard. This, combined with the sun-drenched beaches and diverse cultures of the Caribbean, offers our guests various itinerary options to experience this popular destination.”
That will include Enchanted Princess, which will be making its first debut in the hemisphere in Fort Lauderdale on Nov. 21, 2020, sailing 21 cruises alternating between the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Princess will be bringing back its “Rhythm of the Caribbean” onboard offering for the season, which adds locally-inspired cuisine and entertainment as travelers pass from port to port.