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2011-2012

Americas C a r i b b e a n • Pa n a m a C a n a l • M e x i c a n R i v i e r a • H a w a i i Canada & New England • Alaska • South America • Coastal Getaways

May 201 1 to May 2012 Cruises & Cruisetours


Thirteen of our most spectacular ships sailing to sunny shores and historic ports. This is the Americas, seen from a Princess® point of view.

Panama Canal — Among history’s greatest feats of engineering, the epic Panama Canal cuts through 51 miles of Central American tropics, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.


Princess Cruises — The Consummate Host ®

2

Caribbean

16

Panama Canal

30

Mexican Riviera

38

Hawaii

40

Canada & New England cruises and land & sea vacations

44

Coastal Getaways

50

Alaska cruises and land & sea vacations

52

South America cruises and land & sea vacations

54

Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages

56

Ships & staterooms

58

Plan your vacation

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On the Cover: (clockwise from top) Willemstad, Curaçao • Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, Acadia National Park, Maine Coral Princess® in the Panama Canal • Tropical fish in the Caribbean Use of any photography contained herein is prohibited by law.

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Unpack, unwind and escape completely ®

You haven’t escaped completely until you’ve experienced a wonderful voyage with Princess.® There’s nothing like the feeling of being totally at ease, without a single worry. You’ll feel instantly refreshed as you explore the comfortably elegant surroundings of your relaxed, rejuvenating retreat, choosing from an endless variety of dining and entertainment offerings. And there with you the entire cruise is the gracious Princess crew, trained in the finer points of making you feel at home so you can simply unwind and enjoy yourself.

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Leave all your cares to us You’re on vacation and we want you to escape — which is why we take care of every detail for you. From sun-up to late into the night, the Princess crew is there to anticipate your every need.

Princess Cruises — the Consummate Host ® Warm, welcoming service. What does it mean

C.R.U.I.S.E. Courtesy. Respect. Unfailing In

to sail with the Consummate Host? You’ll be right

Service Excellence. It’s not just a motto. It’s our culture.

at home without a care in the world. And by your

Every member of our crew is dedicated to providing

voyage’s end, the crew will feel just like family.

superior service to ensure you escape completely.

Take an enlightening virtual tour of our ships and their venues at: princess.com/host


“Our goal is that every passenger has an even better time with us than they anticipated. And it’s a thrill to see them return to sail with us again and again.� Nadine Mende, Customer Service Manager

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An inviting realm awaits you A Princess ship is more than your home away from home — it’s a floating retreat filled with entertaining, engaging options for enjoying each and every hour. Choose to settle in on a deck lounge by our sparkling freshwater pools, or fill your schedule with wonderful activities. Best of all, how you spend your day is up to no one but you. Note: Specific onboard activities and amenities vary by ship and charges may apply.


A world of perfect pleasures Your comfort zone. You’ll find

An affordable balcony stateroom.

The Sanctuary. Leave stress at the

inviting places to explore throughout

What could be better than your

door when you enter The Sanctuary,

the ship, each featuring a warm

own personal balcony from which

our blissful signature haven just for

ambience that puts you right at

to sit back and watch the world

adults. Enjoy a soothing massage,

ease and a contemporary decor

pass by? Princess pioneered

recline in a lounge chair with

with wood accents, rich marble

the affordable balcony, and you’ll

headphones and let our Serenity

floors and elegant furnishings.

find an array of these enticing

Stewards serve you spa fare and

staterooms on every ship.

refreshing fruit drinks.

Take an enlightening virtual tour of our ships and their venues at: princess.com/retreat princess.com

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“Our chefs are very passionate about their craft. And that really shows in the creativity of the menus and the layers of flavor you’ll enjoy in every recipe.” Alfredo Marzi, Master Chef


Master Chef Alfredo Marzi Trained in the finest schools and restaurants of Europe, Master Chef Alfredo Marzi brings a dedication to fresh ingredients and creative preparations that is evident from our trademark Princess pastas and legendary desserts, to our lighter Lotus Spa 速 selections.

Putting the emphasis on fresh We know you look forward to freshly prepared, delicious fare on your voyage. This is why the quality of our cuisine is so important to us. Every sauce is made from scratch; breads and pastries are baked fresh throughout the day. And our chefs often source products locally to create dishes influenced by the region you are visiting.

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What you like, when you like Whether you feel like a multi-course meal in a formal dining room or hand-tossed Naples-style pizza by the pool, Princess obliges your every mood. From elegant specialty restaurants to themed buffets on deck, the variety of venues and dining options is certain to satisfy no matter the time of day or night.

Anytime Dining.SM Dine with whom

Casual fare. Freshly grilled

Crown Grill.SM Another of our popular

you want, when you choose with

burgers, a 24-hour buffet, paninis

specialty restaurants, Crown Grill offers

flexible Anytime Dining. Eat early

at the International Café, wine and

steaks and seafood cooked to your liking

with new friends one night, and a

sushi at Vines — a selection of casual

in a polished, sophisticated ambience.

later evening dinner for just the two

options abound on each ship. Special touches. Delight in milk and

of you the next. Sabatini’s.SM Our renowned Italian

cookies on deck in the afternoons,

Traditional Dining. Get to know your

restaurant presents a fabulous dinner,

a British pub lunch on sea days,

waitstaff and sit at the same table at

served in a procession of authentic

dinner served on your balcony

the same time each night with this

courses that will transport you to Italy.

complete with waitstaff, and more.

classic dining option. Note: Once onboard and subject to availability, you may switch from Traditional Dining to Anytime Dining with 24 hours notice to the maitre d’. Dining options, locations and venues may vary by ship, and actual meal times and charges are subject to change. Ultimate Balcony Dining is available in select staterooms.

See samples of delicious menus from our onboard restaurants at: princess.com/dining


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What are you in the mood for today? Imagine days filled with enrichment courses, lectures, art auctions, shopping and activities, and nights that unfold with enticing options ranging from lavish musicals to movies by the pool. On a Princess ship, you’ll be able to choose from all this and much more.


Ways to play, day or night Movies Under the Stars.®

Princess ScholarShip@Sea.®

Bars & Lounges. Live music

A Princess original — enjoy feature

Attend courses ranging from

and other entertainment can be

films, concerts, sporting events

scrapbooking, ceramics and

found each evening in bars and

and other entertainment on a giant

cooking to wine tasting, ship

lounges throughout the ship.

screen poolside with a drink and

navigation and art history. Casino. Games of chance

a complimentary bag of popcorn. Musical productions. Head to

worthy of Las Vegas beckon

The Lotus Spa.® Have a massage,

the Princess Theater for an

in the Princess Casino, including

facial or other treatment at our

extravagant musical production,

blackjack, roulette, craps and,

relaxing spa, or get a workout in

performances by comedians and

of course, slot machines.

the state-of-the-art fitness center.

magicians and much more.

Note: Specific onboard activities and venues vary by ship and charges may apply.

Get a full listing of entertainment and activities available at: princess.com/activities princess.com

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SMALL SHIP CRUISING

The Small Ships of Princess® If you’re looking for a more leisurely cruise experience with intimate ambience and unique camaraderie, the Small Ships of Princess are for you. Join Ocean Princess® or Pacific Princess® with fewer than 700 guests, an attentive staff and all the amenities you could want conveniently accessible from your stateroom. In addition, itineraries for our small ships often feature unique, less-frequented ports.


Your loyalty is richly rewarded The Princess Captain’s Circle® is one of the richest loyalty programs at sea. Rewards range from special member savings to onboard events and complimentary services — and the more you sail with us, the more benefits you accrue. You’re automatically enrolled after your first cruise!

completed cruise

Platinum Members From your 6th-15th cruise, or 51-150 cruise days

or 151+ cruise days

• Special Launch Savings◆ ▲

All Gold Member benefits plus:

All Platinum Member benefits plus:

• Preferential pricing offers

• Preferred Check-In

• Circle Center Online - StandBy Program◆ - Referral Rewards◆ - Circle Savings Account

• Credit toward Internet Café packages†

• Complimentary shoe polishing, laundry and dry cleaning services #

Gold Members After your 1st

SM

• Princess Captain’s Circle Quarterly • Free Cruise Photo Contest◆ • Princess Captain’s Circle eNewsletter • Access to a Circle Host onboard • Members-only onboard events • Princess Passport • Member Pin

Elite Members From your 16th cruise on,

• Priority ship to shore tender embarkation Voyage

Minutes

Value

7 days or less

150

$75

8-20 days

250

$100

21+ days

500

$200

• Priority disembarkation • 10% boutique discount • Complimentary Grapevine Wine Tasting* • Complimentary mini-bar setup*

• Upgrade to Princess Platinum Vacation Protection^ ◆

• Deluxe canapés on formal nights (upon request)

• Preferred shoreside phone line

• Upgraded stateroom amenities

• Platinum Disembarkation Lounge

• Traditional afternoon tea in stateroom (upon request)

• Complimentary Cruise Atlas

• Member Benefits Card

Special Princess Captain’s Circle Launch Savings!

Princess Captain’s Circle Members receive a discount of up to $100 per person when they book an Americas Summer 2011-Spring 2012 vacation by September 30, 2010 for Alaska cruises, December 31, 2010 for all other Summer 2011-Fall 2011 cruises, and by March 31, 2011 for Spring 2012 cruises in this brochure. New for Summer 2011-Spring 2012, this offer also features a reduced deposit amount of 10% of the cruise/cruisetour fare, which equates to a 50% reduction of the standard deposit! Find more membership and loyalty benefits information at:

Most Traveled Passengers Complete 20 cruises and you’ll earn Loyalty Commends onboard credits from $25 to $100.■ Other benefits include a private luncheon for the top 40 Most Traveled Passengers, a commemorative gift and bottle of champagne for the top three Most Traveled Passengers on each voyage.

princess.com/loyalty NOTE: Members are eligible for a higher tier level on the next cruise following completion of necessary cruises and/or cruise days. Land portion of cruisetour is not applicable. Passengers who sail alone in their cabin and pay the exclusive occupancy rate and passengers who pay for and sail in a full suite (mini-suites excluded) receive credit for two cruises. ◆ U.S. and Canadian Members only. ■ The Loyalty Commends onboard credit is determined by number of completed cruises and is applied per household. # Excludes same-day service. † For use in the Internet Café or through wireless Internet. Availability may vary by ship. ^ With purchase of Princess Vacation Protection program. * For passengers 21 and over. Complimentary Grapevine Wine Tasting is one per cruise per Elite Member. Complimentary mini-bar setup is one-time only per Elite Member stateroom. ▲ Princess Captain’s Circle Launch Savings of up to $100 per person discount is applicable in all categories and combinable only with Launch Fares, Group Fares, Regional and other past-passenger promotions. Once booked, if a lower fare for which the past passenger qualifies and requests becomes available, the discount will automatically combine with the lower fare. Specific discount amounts vary by itinerary and cruise length. New-booking-only promotions are not combinable with the discount. The Princess Captain’s Circle Launch Savings is not applicable to third- and fourth-berth passengers. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for details. Offer expires September 30, 2010 for Alaska cruises, December 31, 2010 for all other Summer 2011-Fall 2011 cruises, and by March 31, 2011 for Spring 2012 cruises in this brochure. Promotion code is PA1.

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Tortola, British Virgin Islands


Unwind in the warm, wonderful Caribbean It’s as if these islands were made for cruising — with balmy weather, turquoise waters and some of the world’s most perfect beaches. Sailing here in 2011 and 2012 with Princess ® is the ideal vacation, especially with the variety of ships, itineraries and ports we offer in the region — including our own Bahamian paradise, Princess Cays ® — a highlight of most 7-, 10- and 14-day sailings from Ft. Lauderdale. It’s all about ease and variety. Our five spectacular ships in the region sail on a range of itineraries, including many departing conveniently roundtrip from New York, Ft. Lauderdale and San Juan. New offerings include two fabulous 7-day voyages to the Southern Caribbean or the Western Caribbean, or an immersive 14-day sailing that includes an incredible nine ports. And that’s just a glimpse of some of what is available for this thrilling season in the ever-popular Caribbean.

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Princess Cays® — a tropical paradise awaits your arrival If you’re like most, you’ve dreamed of wiggling your toes in the sandy beach of your own idyllic Caribbean beach. And you’ll discover it’s a fantasy come true when you step ashore on our Bahamian resort paradise at Princess Cays ® — a highlight of many of our itineraries in the region.


Mangroves

Bridge to Mainland

Paradise Lagoon

Maintenance Caretaker’s House

Service Bridge

Restrooms Float Rental Pelican’s Perch

Restrooms Tropical Treasure Shop

Grill Crazy BBQ Pavilion

Crow’s Nest Overlook

First Aid

Restrooms Banana Beach Bar

Palm Grove BBQ Bar

Watersport Center

Sea Breeze Grill Love Boat Marina

Lagoon Lookout

Volleyball Beach Bar

Restrooms

Beach Bar

Davy Jones Locker

Private Cabanas

Snorkeling Equipment Rental

Reef Runner Bar

Lifeguard Lifeguard

North Beach

Swimming Area

Float & Snorkel Rentals

Sailboat & Watersport Beach

Basketball

Volleyball

Snorkeling Area Reef

Offshore Pavilion

Swimming & Snorkeling Area

Swimming & Snorkeling Area Reef

Entrance Channel Little Bay

An array of fun-filled options await on your day in the Bahamas at Princess Cays®: • 30 acres of beach • 18 bungalows plus seven deluxe enhanced bungalows and 160 clamshells • 2 retail boutiques and four retail kiosks • A 39-passenger glass-bottom boat

• “A Taste of Eleuthera” sightseeing tour with highlights of this Bahamian island • 3,000 beach lounges • Water activities and rentals

• Beachside restaurant and bars • Supervised play area for children featuring large replica pirate galleon • Beach volleyball • Basketball courts

including kayaks, paddle boats, aquacycles, snorkel gear and more

and a 49-passenger snorkel boat

Get a preview of what you’ll experience at: princess.com/princesscays

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UNITED STATES

®

“Princess Cays is always a favorite call for our passengers. It’s a day to do whatever you want on your own Caribbean island! You can shop, do sports or just lounge.”

Ft. Lauderdale

Atlantic Ocean

Nassau Princess Cays

TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS

THE BAHAMAS Grand Turk

Alec Salvatierra, Stateroom Supervisor

St. Thomas St. Maarten Caribbean Sea

7

Eastern Caribbean

D ay s Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

3

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

Duration ^

Embark Afternoon Full Day

4

St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles

5

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

6

Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands

7

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

8

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Full Day Full Day Half Day - Afternoon

Disembark Morning

2011 Sunday Departure Dates

Launch Fares

N ov 6 , 1 3, 2 0, 2 7 De c 4, 2 3*

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

2012 Sunday Departure Dates Jan Feb M ar Ap r

Oranjestad, Aruba

Ruby Princess ®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

8 , 1 5, 2 2 , 2 9 5, 12, 19, 26 4, 1 1 , 1 8 , 2 5 1 , 8 , 1 5, 2 2 , 2 9

599

699

$

949

1,149

Balcony fares from Mini-suite fares from

$

* Friday departure. Nassau replaces Grand Turk. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $81 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/27/11 and 12/4/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Eastern Caribbean

Throughout the world, you’ll visit UNESCO World

• Visit Blackbeard’s Castle, one of the National Historic Sites in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Heritage Sites — places of such historic, cultural or

• Browse boutiques in the French capital of Marigot in St. Martin

natural importance that they have been designated

• Reserve your own Sanctuary Bungalow for up to four at Princess Cays

for protection by the United Nations. Look for

• Grand Turk is ideal for a scenic bike ride followed by a refreshing swim

boxes like this throughout the brochure for more

• Let the breeze blow your hair on an airboat ride in the Everglades

information on these unique places.

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions


UNITED STATES

Ft. Lauderdale

Ft. Lauderdale

UNITED STATES

Gulf of Mexico

Princess Cays

Atlantic Ocean

CAYMAN ISLANDS

Cozumel

MEXICO

Grand Cayman

Belize City

BELIZE

Caribbean Sea

Roatan

Caribbean Sea

Aruba

HONDURAS NE W

7 D ay s Day

Western Caribbean

Crown Princess ®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Port

7 D ay s Day

Southern Caribbean

Crown Princess ®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

Full Day

3

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea

Full Day

4

Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles

Full Day

5

Aruba

Full Day

6

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

Cruising the Gulf of Mexico and Straits of Florida

7

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

8

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Straits of Florida and Caribbean Sea

3

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

4

Island of Roatan, Honduras

5

Belize

6

Island of Cozumel, Mexico

7 8

Embark Afternoon

Disembark Morning

2011 Saturday Departure Dates

Launch Fares

Nov 19 D e c 10†, 24 †

Interior fares from

$

599

Oceanview fares from

$

699

2012 Saturday Departure Dates Jan Fe b Mar Ap r

NEW

Curaçao

7, 21 11 3 , 24 14

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,149

Half Day & Evening Full Day

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

Nov 5, 12, 26 De c 3, 1 7, 31

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Full Day

2011 Saturday Departure Dates

2012 Saturday Departure Dates

949

Balcony fares from

Embark Afternoon

Jan Fe b M ar Apr

14, 28 4, 1 8 , 2 5 1 0, 1 7 † , 31 7, 21, 28

Mini-suite fares from

599

699

949

$

1,149

† Port order may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $72 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/10/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

† Port order and duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $57 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/26/11-12/3/11 and 12/17/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Western Caribbean

Southern Caribbean

• Experience the world’s only commercial green sea turtle hatchery, better known as the Turtle Farm in Grand Cayman

• View the beautiful underwater world of Eleuthera in a glass-bottom boat on Princess Cays

• The lost 12th-century Mayan fortified city is no longer lost; explore Tulum on a memorable daytrip from Cozumel

• Visit two of Curaçao’s premier industries and attractions — the largest ostrich farm outside of Africa and the island’s aloe factory

• Adults and children alike enjoy petting the monkeys in Roatan at Gumbalimba Park

• Explore Aruba’s “cunucu” (countryside) on horseback and see along the way the windswept divi-divi trees and local wildlife

• Belize’s famous barrier reef, the second longest in the world, offers superb snorkeling

• Nature lovers will enjoy Christoffel Park, the largest national park and conservation area in Curaçao

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San Juan

Tortola

PUERTO RICO

Atlantic Ocean

St. Thomas

Antigua

Dominica Caribbean Sea

Barbados

7 D ay s

St. George’s, Grenada

Classic Southern Caribbean

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from San Juan

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

2

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

3

Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Full Day

4

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

5

Dominica

Full Day

6

Barbados

Full Day

7

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

8

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Embark Afternoon

Disembark Morning

2011 Sunday Departure Dates

Launch Fares

N ov 2 7 Dec 1 1, 26*

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

2012 Sunday Departure Dates Jan Fe b M ar Ap r

8†, 22 5, 1 9 4, 1 8 1 , 1 5, 2 9

599

699

$

949

1,149

Balcony fares from Mini-suite fares from

$

* Monday departure. Port order may vary. † Port order may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $58 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/27/11-12/11/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Shore Excursions

Classic Southern Caribbean • Repeat travelers to St. Thomas make a point of visiting St. John, smallest of the Virgin Islands and two-thirds is a national park

• Visit the famed Emerald Pool and then spend time on a volcanic black-sand beach on Dominica

• Enjoy excellent snorkeling in beautiful warm water among playful tropical fish in Tortola

• Explore one of the Caribbean’s top natural attractions — Harrison’s Cave — via underground tram on Barbados

• Escape and spend some time relaxing on a tour at a resort on one of Antigua’s beautiful white-sand beaches

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions


San Juan

St. Maarten

PUERTO RICO

“I usually send passengers to the Carenage Market on Grenada, where the schooners unload their produce. It’s a fascinating glimpse of island life.”

Atlantic Ocean

Caribbean Sea

St. Lucia

Chris Pousse, Shore Excursions Manager

Aruba Grenada

Bonaire

NE W

7 D ay s

Southern Caribbean Explorer

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from San Juan

Day

Port

1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

2

St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles

Duration ^

Embark Afternoon Full Day

3

St. Lucia

Full Day

4

Grenada

Half Day - Morning

5

Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles

6

Aruba

7

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

8

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Half Day - Afternoon Full Day

Disembark Morning

2011 Sunday Departure Dates

Launch Fares

Nov 2 0 Dec 4†

Interior fares from

$

599

2012 Sunday Departure Dates

Oceanview fares from

$

699

Jan Feb Mar Ap r

Balcony fares from

15 , 29 12, 26 1 1 , 25 8 , 22

Mini-suite fares from

$

949

$

1,149

The Pitons, St. Lucia

St. Lucia’s Pitons postcard-perfect peaks

Only the world’s most treasured places are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And the Pitons Management Area,

† Port order and duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $48 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/4/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

located on St. Lucia, is one such destination. Dominated by two volcanic spires rising side by side from the sea — Gros Piton and Petit Piton — the area is also home to a rich variety of coral reefs, rare plants and wildlife.

Extend Your Stay

Southern Caribbean Explorer • Take a boat ride across Simpson Bay to French St. Martin and spend time enjoying the boutiques and sidewalk cafes in the quaint town of Marigot • Once you see Laura’s Herb & Spice Garden, you will know why Grenada is called the “Spice Island”

Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages Historic San Juan is one of the most fascinating cities in the Caribbean. And you can plan in extra time to explore its cobblestoned streets and see all of its attractions with a Cruise Plus hotel package before or after your voyage. See pages 56-57 for details.

• Kayak the mangroves of Lac Bay National Park, home to numerous water birds and other interesting flora and fauna on Bonaire • Explore Aruba’s north and east coasts on a four-wheel-drive caravan featuring Baby Natural Bridge

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Ft. Lauderdale

“Champagne Reef on Dominica is my favorite spot to snorkel in the Caribbean — all the bubbles floating up, the warm water and the fish — simply amazing.”

UNITED STATES

Princess Cays

Atlantic Ocean

St. Thomas Dominica

Caribbean Sea

Alec Salvatierra, Stateroom Supervisor Aruba

Southern Caribbean Medley

10 D ay s

Emerald Princess®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

Embark Afternoon Full Day

3

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

4

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

5

Dominica

Full Day

6

Grenada

Half Day - Morning

7

Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles

8

Aruba

9

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

10

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

11

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Sep 29 Oc t 1 9 N ov 8

T hu We d Tue

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

Nov 28† Mon De c 1 8 Sun

2012 Departure Dates Jan 1 7 Fe b 1 6 † M ar 7

Tue T hu We d

Half Day - Afternoon Full Day

2011 Departure Dates

Emerald Pool in Dominica

Grenada

Bonaire

M ar 2 7 Ap r 1 6 †

Tue Mon

$

949

1,099

Interior fares from Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,499 1,799

† Port order and duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $76 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/28/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Southern Caribbean Medley • Feed the birds at the Ostrich Farm in Aruba • The best medicine could be relaxing in the Hot Springs of Dominica • Be lazy and drift through life downstream in Grenada while river tubing • Land sail on the longest track in the world in Bonaire • Hop on board a snorkel boat to explore the crystal waters of the Bahamas during your visit to Princess Cays ®

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Angelfish in the Bahamas


Ft. Lauderdale

Princess Cays

Atlantic Ocean

UNITED STATES TURKS & CAICOS

Grand Turk St. Thomas Antigua

St. Kitts Caribbean Sea

St. Lucia Barbados

10 D ay s

Eastern Caribbean Voyager

Emerald Princess®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Embark Afternoon

2-3 Cruising the Atlantic Ocean 4

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

5

St. Lucia

Full Day

6

Barbados

Full Day

7

St. Kitts, St. Kitts & Nevis

Full Day

8

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

9

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

10

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

11

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Sun Sat Fr i

Dec 8† Dec 28†

Launch Fares T hu We d

2012 Departure Dates Jan Jan Fe b Feb

7† 2 7† 6 26

Sat Fr i Mon Sun

Mar 17* Apr 6 Ap r 2 6

Full Day Disembark Morning

2011 Departure Dates Oct 9 Oc t 29† Nov 18†

Pink flamingos in Bonaire

Sat Fri T hu

$

949

Interior fares from Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,099 1,499 1,799

Barbados

† Port order may vary. * Grand Turk replaces Princess Cays. Port duration may vary. ▲

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $88 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/8/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Extend Your Stay

Eastern Caribbean Voyager Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages • Explore Antigua’s past on a guided tour to Nelson’s Dockyard • Travel 2,000 feet high into the mountains and experience St. Lucia’s rainforest canopy up close in an open-air gondola with a private guide • Visit Barbados’ historic Sunbury Plantation House, and stroll the paths at Orchid World featuring over 20,000 orchids

If sun and fun are your passion, there’s no better place to indulge than in Ft. Lauderdale, with its seven miles of beautiful beaches and wonderful shopping. Plan a little extra time in this sunny city before or after your voyage with a Cruise Plus hotel package. See pages 56-57 for details.

• Take a scenic drive on St. Kitts to the sights of Basseterre, the island’s capital, and travel to historic Brimstone Hill Fortress • Relax in the turquoise waters of Princess Cays in your own aqua chair

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Ft. Lauderdale

UNITED STATES

Exploring the History of Brimstone Hill

Atlantic Ocean

Princess Cays

Located on the isle of St. Kitts, Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park — a UNESCO

St. Thomas

World Heritage Site — is an outstanding

St. Kitts

example of 17th- and 18th-century British military architecture in the Caribbean. Adding to its lore is

Caribbean Sea

Curaçao

the fact that it was built using African slave labor, a

Aruba

tragic example of European colonial expansionism.

14 D ay s

Brimstone Hill, St. Kitts

Bonaire Grenada

Caribbean Collection

Barbados

Grand Princess®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

4

Aruba

5

Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles

6

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

7

Grenada

Full Day

8

Barbados

Full Day

9

St. Vincent, St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Full Day

10

St. Lucia

Full Day

11

St. Kitts, St. Kitts & Nevis

Full Day

12

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

13

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

14

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

15

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

N ov 1 9

De c 3* , 1 7 *, 31

2012 Saturday Departure Dates Jan 14*, 28 Fe b 1 1 , 2 5

Embark Afternoon

Full Day & Evening

2011 Saturday Departure Dates

Willemstad, Curaçao

St. Lucia

St. Vincent

M ar 1 0, 24 Ap r 7, 2 1

Full Day

Full Day Disembark Morning

Launch Fares Interior fares from

$

1,299

Oceanview fares from

$

1,499

Balcony fares from

$

1,999

2,399

Mini-suite fares from

$

* Bonaire replaces Curaçao. Port order and duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $100 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/3/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Caribbean Collection • Climb aboard the St. Kitts Scenic Railway, the last narrow-gauge railroad in the West Indies • In St. Lucia, savor lunch at Ladera Resort, the #1 resort in the Caribbean chosen by Condé Nast Traveler • Visit Willemstad, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the historic capital of Curaçao

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Nelson’s Dockyard — Antigua


New York

Ft. Lauderdale

Princess Cays

UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

Atlantic Ocean

BERMUDA West End

St. Thomas

Gulf of Mexico

TURKS & CAICOS Grand Turk San Juan

PUERTO RICO

9 D ay s

Barbados

Caribbean Sea

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from New York

Duration ^

Port

1

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

Embark Afternoon

Bermuda (West End)

4

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

5

San Juan, Puerto Rico

6

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

7

Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

M ay 8 † M ay 2 6 Jun 4† Jul 1 Jul 10 † Ju l 2 8

Sun T hu Sat Fr i Sun T hu

D ay s

Southern Caribbean Holiday

Ruby Princess®

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Embark Afternoon

4

Dominica

Full Day

5

Barbados

Full Day

Half Day & Evening

6

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

Full Day

7

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

Half Day - Afternoon

8

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

9

Princess Cays,® Bahamas

10

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Full Day

8-9 Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

2011 Departure Dates

9

2-3 Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

10

Dominica

Caribbean Sea

St. Thomas

Bermuda & Eastern Caribbean

Day

Antigua

Disembark Morning

2011 Departure Date

Launch Fares $

999

Interior fares from

De c 30

Fri

Full Day Disembark Morning

Launch Fares $

1,399

Interior fares from

Oceanview fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

1,699

Balcony fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

1,999

Mini-suite fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

2,299

1,099 1,399 1,649

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. Port duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $108 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 5/8/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Bermuda & Eastern Caribbean

Southern Caribbean Holiday

• Travel along Skyline Drive in St. Thomas and visit Blackbeard’s Castle and the Kongens (King’s) Quarter, sometimes called “The Williamsburg of the Caribbean”

• On Dominica, take a guided scenic drive tour of the capital of Roseau that also visits the island’s beautiful Trafalgar Falls

• A trip to Nelson’s Dockyard in Antigua shows a UNESCO Heritage Site and former base for the British Fleet when Admiral Horatio Nelson was in charge • No need to search for a taxi to the beach in Bermuda — just take the Horseshoe Bay Beach transfer

$

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $57 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/30/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

• In Barbados, you can swim with sea turtles and then relax on a white-sand beach • Get a bird’s-eye perspective of the lush tropical forest as you fly through the aerial canopy on a series of traverses on this awardwinning tour in beautiful Antigua

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New York

San Juan

St. Maarten

PUERTO RICO

UNITED STATES

Atlantic Ocean

Ft. Lauderdale

Caribbean Sea

PUERTO RICO

Gulf of Mexico

St. Lucia St. Thomas San Juan Antigua

Aruba

Caribbean Sea

Aruba

Caribbean Islander

NE W

10 D ay s

D ay s

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

Embark Afternoon

2-3 Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

Bonaire

Grenada

Southern Caribbean Holiday

8

Caribbean Princess®

Sail from New York to Ft. Lauderdale

Curaçao

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from San Juan

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

2

St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles

Embark Afternoon Full Day

4

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Half Day & Evening

3

St. Lucia

Full Day

5

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

4

Grenada

Half Day - Morning

6

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

5

Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles

7

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

6

Aruba

Full Day

8

Aruba

7

Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles

Full Day

9

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

8

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

10

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

9

San Juan, Puerto Rico

11

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2011 Departure Date Oc t 29

Sat

Full Day

Half Day - Afternoon

Disembark Morning

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

2011 Departure Date

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

De c 1 8

$

Oceanview fares from

$

1,599

Balcony fares from

$

1,899

Mini-suite fares from

$

999

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,299 1,549

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $76 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Launch Fares Interior fares from

899

Balcony fares from

Sun

1,299

2,199

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $51 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Caribbean Islander

Southern Caribbean Holiday

• For a nautical family-oriented adventure on St. Thomas, step aboard a pirate schooner to Turtle Cove; see if pirates really say, “Arrgghh”

• No need to walk around Willemstad, Curacao’s UNESCO World Heritage Site — take the trolley train instead

• Take a guided hike in Arikok National Park and then cool off with a swim at the beach in Aruba

• For those with a sense of adventure, hop aboard a 4WD vehicle and visit the Baby Natural Bridge, the California Lighthouse and Alto Vista Chapel

• The Old Town in San Juan just gets lovelier with age and the walking tour reveals new discoveries around every cobblestone corner

• Saddle up! You’ve seen photos of romantic horseback riding along the beach. In St. Maarten you can put yourself in the picture

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

• Even on a warm day you can see the steam rising at the world’s only drive-in volcano in the town of Soufriere on St. Lucia


New York San Juan Atlantic Ocean

UNITED STATES

Tortola

PUERTO RICO

Atlantic Ocean

St. Thomas

BERMUDA

Antigua

West End

Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Sea

St. Thomas

PUERTO RICO San Juan Caribbean Sea

7 D ay s

Barbados

Antigua

Bermuda & Eastern Caribbean

Caribbean Princess®

Sail from San Juan to New York

6 D ay s

Classic Southern Caribbean

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from San Juan

Duration ^

Day

Port

Embark Afternoon

1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

2

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

Full Day

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

3

Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Full Day

4

Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda

Full Day

5

Barbados

Full Day

6

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

7

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

San Juan, Puerto Rico

2 3

4-5 Cruising the Atlantic Ocean 6

Bermuda (West End)

7

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

8

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2011 Departure Date M ay 1

Sun

Full Day

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

2012 Departure Date

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

Jan 2

Launch Fares $

Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

629

729

869

1,079

Disembark Morning

Interior fares from

$

Mon

Embark Afternoon

549

649 949

1,149

$

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $84 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Bermuda & Eastern Caribbean

Classic Southern Caribbean

• BOSS, the Breathing Observation Submersible Scooter, is the most exciting way to enjoy the aquatic world with your own underwater motor-scooter on St. Thomas

• Visit St. Thomas’ Coral World Marine Life Park for a personal encounter with playful sea lions

• Take an island skiff to Stingray City where you can snorkel and interact with graceful Southern stingrays on Antigua

• Treat yourself on a relaxing getaway in Antigua aboard the luxury catamaran Mystic complete with champagne, lobster and the beach

• Explore Bermuda’s rural west end above and below the water surface on a glass-bottom boat tour

• Cruise across Sir Francis Drake Channel to Virgin Gorda and visit the famous Baths — massive volcanic boulders stacked along a beautiful beach forming grottos and rock pools

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $52 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

• Fulfill a lifetime dream to interact and swim with dolphins on Tortola

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Panama Canal Locks, Panama


The epic marvel of the Panama Canal Sailing through the monumental Panama Canal, you can’t help but be impressed by the stunning achievement of men carving through 51 miles of earth and granite — not with state-of-the-art technology, but only the tools they had available in the early 20th century. And this is exactly as it was meant to be seen — from the deck of a ship.

Each mighty lock is a marvel in itself. Measuring 110 feet across and 1,050 feet in length, they have gates six feet thick made of solid steel and are filled with water from Gatun Lake drawn by nothing more than gravity. It was this ingenious system of locks that made the Canal possible. Men had been dreaming of connecting the Atlantic and Pacific since the 1500s, when Charles V, King of Spain, first ordered a survey. Today, almost 100 years after the Panama Canal’s completion and more than a million ships later, it remains one of the world’s premier tourist attractions — one you can see from a wonderfully comfortable perspective on a Princess ship.

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Three ways to experience the magnificent canal 2-Day Panama Canal Experience

Full transit of the Canal

Partial transit of the Canal

The best way

Enjoy an enlightening full

This is the ideal introduction to the

to see the Canal

transit through the Canal.

Panama Canal for those with less

is our signature

You’ll experience it as so many

time, or who simply want to sail

2-Day Canal Experience,

before you have — from sea to

roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale. Sail

combining a full transit with an

sea, as it was designed to be

through the Gatun Locks to enjoy

additional full day call in Fuerte

transited. You’ll pass through the

beautiful Gatun Lake. You’ll also

Amador. Available on virtually all

epic Gatun, Pedro Miguel and

call in several popular Caribbean

sailings of 14 to 19 days between

Miraflores Locks, marveling as

ports. Available on the 10-Day

Ft. Lauderdale and Los Angeles,

they fill and empty, and cross

Roundtrip Panama Canal itinerary

San Francisco or Vancouver.

through the famous Gaillard Cut.

from Ft. Lauderdale.

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

Caribbean Sea

PANAMA

Cristobal

Gatun Lake Gatun Locks Madden

(3 Stages)

Lake

Embera Indian Village

Soberania National Park

Gaillard Cut

Current Locks

Pedro Miguel Locks (1 Stage)

Future Locks 2-Day Canal Experience

Miraflores Locks (2 Stages)

Panama City

Full Transit

Fuerte Amador

Full Transit plus one full day in Fuerte Amador

Partial Transit

Pacific Ocean

Future locks will be operational in 2014, doubling the Panama Canal’s capacity, allowing more traffic and bigger ships.

Century Bridge — Panama Canal


Los Angeles

UNITED STATES

Historic District of Panama

2-DAY CANAL Ocean EAtlantic XPERIENCE

Ft. Lauderdale

Panamá Viejo, in Panama’s capital of

Gulf of Mexico

Panama City, was founded in 1519 and is the oldest European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas. It was abandoned in

PANAMA COSTA RICA

Caribbean Sea

— the current “Historic District” of Panama City — Aruba

Puntarenas

Pacific Ocean

the mid 17th century and replaced by the “new town”

Cartagena

itself an important site with its original street plans

COLOMBIA Panama Canal

Panama Canal

NE W

1D ay 4s

with 2-Day Canal Experience Sail between Ft. Lauderdale and Los Angeles

intact and a unique variety of architectural styles.

Fuerte Amador

Coral Princess® Island Princess® Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

4

Aruba

Embark Afternoon

Half Day - Morning

5

Cartagena, Colombia

6 7

2-Day Canal Experience Full transit of the Panama Canal Fuerte Amador, Panama

8

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

9

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

Full Day Full Day Scenic Cruising Full Day

Full Day

National Cathedral — Panama City, Panama

10-14 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 15

Los Angeles, California

2011 Departure Dates C o r a l P r incess Oct 1 1 Tue Nov 2 2† Tue

D ec 6 Tu e D ec 20† Tu e

2012 Departure Dates C o r a l P r incess Jan 3 Tue J a n 17† Tue Jan 31 Tue Fe b 14 † Tue Mar 27 Tue Ap r 10† Tue

Island Princess Apr 27 Fri

Disembark Morning

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

Launch Fares Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

1,749

2,149

2,649

$

Balcony fares from Mini-suite fares from

1,549

$

$

Enjoy two magnificent days in Panama

A full transit and an extra day on the Panama Canal’s Pacific side in the port of Fuerte Amador await you on our signature 2-Day Canal Experience. The extra time gives you an opportunity to tour the capital of Panama City, ride the fabled Panama Canal Railway, take an aerial tram through the rainforest, go monkey watching, visit an Embera Indian village in the heart of Chagres National Park and more.

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. Port duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $279 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/6/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Panama Canal with 2-day Canal Experience • Travel the hemisphere’s first transcontinental railroad and see the Canal from a deluxe domed rail car in Panama • Learn how coffee is processed in Costa Rica • Visit the Inquisition Palace in Cartagena and learn about a darker time in history

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

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Los Angeles

“A full transit is really the best way to see the Canal — to truly understand what a historic and monumental achievement the building of the Canal was.”

UNITED STATES Atlantic Ocean

Ft. Lauderdale

MEXICO Gulf of Mexico

Cabo San Lucas

NICARAGUA PANAMA

Caribbean Sea

Cartagena

San Juan del Sur

Aruba

Pacific Ocean

Adam Nasif, Videographer

COLOMBIA

Puntarenas

COSTA RICA

Panama Canal

Panama Canal

NEW

1D ay 4s

Coral Princess ®

with Full Transit Sail between Los Angeles and Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Los Angeles, California

2

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

3

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Embark Afternoon

Half Day - Afternoon

4-6 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 7

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Full Day

8

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

Full Day

9

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

10

Full Transit of the Panama Canal

11

Cartagena, Colombia

12

Aruba

13

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

14

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

15

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Half Day - Morning Half Day - Afternoon

Disembark Morning

2011 Departure Dates

Launch Fares

Oc t 2 5 N ov 8 †

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Tue Tue

2012 Departure Dates Capuchin monkey — Panama

Full Day Scenic Cruising

Feb 28† M ar 1 3

Tue Tue

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,599 1,799

2,199

2,699

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. Port duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $279 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 10/25/11 and 11/8/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Panama Canal Full Transit • Shop for arts and crafts in Nicaragua at Masaya Market • See Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano and relax at a hot springs resort • No one knows why the Casibari rock formations are in Aruba, but they have been puzzling scientists and fascinating visitors for years • Seeing the Walled City is a highlight of Cartagena, and doing it by horse & carriage is even more interesting

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Building of the Panama Canal


Ft. Lauderdale

UNITED STATES

Atlantic Ocean

“Passengers love to stand out on deck and watch as the locks fill in the Panama Canal on gravity alone. It truly is an engineering feat to behold.”

Gulf of Mexico

CAYMAN ISLANDS Montego Bay

Grand Cayman

Ocho Rios

JAMAICA Aruba

Colón Limón

Cartagena

COSTA RICA Pacific Ocean

Gatun Lake

PANAMA

Roundtrip Panama Canal

D ay s

Sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Port

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

4

Aruba

5

Cartagena, Colombia

6

Partial Transit of the Panama Canal Partial transit to Gatun Lake Colón, Panama

7

Costa Rica (Limón)

8

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

9

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

10

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

11

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Embark Afternoon

Half Day - Morning Full Day

10 † 20 30 9 19†

Mon T hu Sun Wed Sat

Nov D ec D ec Dec

29* 9 19† 29

Sun Wed Sat Tue Fr i Mon

Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr

8 18 28 7† 17

Full Day

San Jose de Bocachica Fort — Cartagena, Colombia

Disembark Morning

Cartagena’s fortified sights

Launch Fares Tu e Fri Mo n T hu

2012 Departure Dates 8 18† 28† 7 17 2 7†

Full Day Scenic Cruising Evening Full Day

2011 Departure Dates

Jan Jan Jan Fe b Fe b Fe b

Island Princess®

with Par tial Transit

1

Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov

Jesus Rafael Ocana Perez, Stateroom Steward

COLOMBIA

Panama Canal

10 Day

Caribbean Sea

Interior fares from

$

1,049

$

1,199

Oceanview fares from Balcony fares from

$

1,549

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,849

T hu Su n Wed Sat Tu e

* Montego Bay replaces Grand Cayman. † Ocho Rios replaces Grand Cayman. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $284 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/29/11 and 12/9/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

In Colombia’s picturesque Cartagena, the port area and its nearby fortifications are so impressive and historic that they were named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city has the most extensive fortifications in South America, as well as spectacular cathedrals and Andalusian-style palaces among its many landmarks.

Shore Excursions

Roundtrip Panama Canal with Partial Transit • Ride on an aerial gondola at Veragua Rainforest and enjoy views of Central America’s largest national park • Visit the ostrich farm in Aruba and feed these interesting creatures by hand • Take a dugout canoe trip to an authentic Embera Indian Village in Panama

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

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Los Angeles

San Francisco

UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

Ft. Lauderdale Atlantic Ocean Gulf of Mexico

Ft. Lauderdale

MEXICO

Atlantic Ocean

Gulf of Mexico

Cabo San Lucas

GUATEMALA

PANAMA

Puerto Quetzal Puntarenas

Cartagena

Caribbean Sea

COSTA RICA

Aruba Pacific Ocean

COSTA RICA

D ay s

Sail between Ft. Lauderdale and Los Angeles

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

4

Aruba

5

Cartagena, Colombia

6 7

2-Day Canal Experience Full transit of the Panama Canal Fuerte Amador, Panama

8

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

9

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

10

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

11

Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

Panama Canal

Coral Princess® Island Princess®

with 2- D ay C anal E x p erience

Duration ^

Embark Afternoon

Island Princess Sep 25† Sun

2012 Departure Date C o r a l P r i ncess Ap r 24 Tue

D ay s

Panama Canal

Coral Princess ®

with 2-Day Canal Experience Sail from San Francisco to Ft. Lauderdale

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

San Francisco, California

4 Half Day - Morning Full Day Full Day Scenic Cruising Full Day Full Day Full Day

Los Angeles, California

2011 Departure Date

15

Fuerte Amador

Embark Afternoon

2-3 Cruising the Pacific Ocean

12-15 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 16

Caribbean Sea

COLOMBIA

Puntarenas

Fuerte Amador

Panama Canal

Cartagena

Aruba

COLOMBIA

Panama Canal

15

PANAMA

Pacific Ocean

Disembark Morning

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

8

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

9

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

10 11

2-Day Canal Experience Fuerte Amador, Panama Full transit of the Panama Canal

12

Cartagena, Colombia

13

Aruba

14

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

15

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

16

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2011 Departure Date

Launch Fares $

Half Day - Morning

5-7 Cruising the Pacific Ocean

Sep 26

Mon

Full Day

Full Day Full Day Scenic Cruising Half Day - Morning Half Day - Afternoon

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares $

1,749

1,949

2,349

1,749

1,949

2,349

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

2,849

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. Port duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $280 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 9/25/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

2,849

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $280 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Panama Canal Grand Adventure • Enjoy a folkloric show in Cartagena at the Heredia Theater built in 1911 • Experience a full-day excursion in Costa Rica to its capital — San Jose • The Aloe Factory and Butterfly Farm in Aruba make for a pleasant half-day sightseeing adventure • In Guatemala, explore Central America’s classic city — Colonial Antigua with its main square built in 1543

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Poas Volcano Crater — Puntarenas, Costa Rica


Vancouver

Victoria

CANADA

Vancouver

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

San Francisco Los Angeles

Atlantic Ocean

MEXICO

Ft. Lauderdale

Gulf of Mexico

PANAMA Panama Canal

COSTA RICA

COLOMBIA

GUATEMALA

Cartagena Fuerte Amador

Puntarenas

Coral Princess®

Port

1

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

2

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

3

San Francisco, California

Embark Afternoon

Full Day

4-5 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 6

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Half Day - Morning

7-9 Cruising the Pacific Ocean

D ay s

Panama Canal Grand Adventure ® with 2-Day Canal Experience Sail between Ft. Lauderdale and Vancouver

Day

Port

1

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

4

Aruba

5

Cartagena, Colombia

6 7

2-Day Canal Experience Full transit of the Panama Canal Fuerte Amador, Panama

10

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

11

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

8

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

12 13

2-Day Canal Experience Fuerte Amador, Panama Full transit of the Panama Canal

9

Costa Rica (Puntarenas)

14

Cartagena, Colombia

15

Aruba

16

Cruising the Caribbean Sea

17

San Francisco, California

17

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

18

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

18

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

19

Victoria, B.C., Canada

20

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

2011 Departure Date Sep 24

Sat

Full Day

18 /19

Full Day Full Day Scenic Cruising

15

Los Angeles, California

Half Day - Afternoon

16

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

Aruba Cartagena

COLOMBIA

Panama Canal

Coral Princess® Island Princess® Duration ^

Embark Afternoon

Half Day - Morning Full Day Full Day Scenic Cruising Full Day

Full Day

Full Day

Full Day

Half Day & Evening Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

2011 Departure Date

Launch Fares

Interior fares from

Island Princess Sep 21† Wed (19 days)

Interior fares from

$

2,048

Oceanview fares from

$

2,298

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

$

1,828

2,048

Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

2,528 3,078

This voyage is a combination of the 15-day Panama Canal (9/26/11) on page 36 and the 2-day Pacific Coastal (9/24/11) on page 50. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $303 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

Caribbean Sea

10-14 Cruising the Pacific Ocean

Half Day - Morning

Disembark Morning

Fuerte Amador

Puntarenas

COSTA RICA

Duration ^

Day

PANAMA Puerto Quetzal

Caribbean Sea

Aruba

with 2- D ay C anal E x p erience Sail from Vancouver to Ft. Lauderdale

D ay s

Gulf of Mexico Pacific Ocean

Panama Canal Grand Adventure ®

17

Atlantic Ocean

Ft. Lauderdale

Cabo San Lucas

Pacific Ocean

2-DAY CANAL E XPERIENCE

UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

San Francisco

CANADA

See more with two full days at the Panama Canal

2012 Departure Dates C o ral Pri n c e ss Apr 24* Tue (18 days)

2,898 3,498

Island Princess Ap r 2 7 Fri (1 9 days) * At 18 days, Puerto Quetzal replaces San Francisco and Victoria. Port duration may vary. † Itinerary operates in reverse order. Puerto Quetzal replaces San Francisco. Port duration may vary. These voyages are a combination of the 14-day or 15-day Panama Canal on pages 33 and 36, and the 3-, 4-, or 5-day Pacific Coastals on page 50. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $313 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 9/21/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Our signature 2-Day Canal Experience includes a full transit plus a day on the Panama Canal’s Pacific coast port of Fuerte Amador. Use the extra time to see more of this lush region with a visit to a rainforest, or delve deeper into the Canal’s history, perhaps with a tour of the Old Canal Zone. princess.com

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The festive Mexican Riviera calls Sail from Los Angeles for the best of Mexico — the desert oasis of Cabo San Lucas, the bustling Spanish colonial port of Mazatlán and the quaint, charming tropical getaway of Puerto Vallarta.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral — Mazatlán, Mexico


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Mexican Riviera

Sapphire Princess ®

Sail roundtrip from Los Angeles

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Los Angeles, California

Embark Afternoon

2-3 Cruising the Pacific Ocean 4

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Full Day

5

Mazatlán, Mexico

Full Day

6

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

7

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

8

Los Angeles, California

Half Day - Morning

Disembark Morning

2011 Saturday Departure Dates

Launch Fares

Nov 19 D e c 10, 3 1

Interior fares from

$

599

Oceanview fares from

$

699

2012 Saturday Departure Dates Jan 28 Fe b 18 , 25 M a r 3 , 24 , 3 1

Apr 7 May 5

$

Mini-suite fares from

899

Balcony fares from $

1,099

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $61 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 12/10/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Traditional dancers — Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Shore Excursions

Mexican Riviera • Explore Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral when in Puerto Vallarta • Stroll through the narrow streets of Old Mazatlán and visit the Angela Peralta Theatre • From Cabo San Lucas, go horseback riding along a cacti-lined beach

Extend Your Stay Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages Extend your vacation before or after your voyage with more time to take in the diverse sights of Los Angeles, from tinseltown history in Hollywood to the vibrant scenes and colorful communities of Venice Beach and Santa Monica. See pages 56-57 for more details.

• When in Puerto Vallarta, experience the ultimate dolphin adventure when you spend the day working side by side with a real dolphin trainer

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

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Say aloha to the Hawaiian Islands Lush tropical rainforests and towering waterfalls, pristine beaches of powdery white and volcanic black sands, the soothing sound of ukuleles and sea turtles swimming amidst coral reefs — this is Hawaii. And three Princess ships take you to this breathtaking paradise in the Pacific.

Nã Pali Coast — Kauai, Hawaii


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“There’s nothing quite like seeing that first island on the horizon. You've been out at sea for four or five days, and then all of a sudden there it is — paradise!”

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Hawaiian Islands Sail roundtrip from Los Angeles

Golden Princess® Sapphire Princess® Duration ^

Day

Port

1 2-5 6 7 8 9 10-13 14 15

Los Angeles, California Cruising the Pacific Ocean Hilo, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Kauai, Hawaii (Nawiliwili) Maui, Hawaii (Lahaina) Cruising the Pacific Ocean Ensenada, Mexico Los Angeles, California

Embark Afternoon Full Day Full Day & Evening Full Day Full Day Half Day & Evening Disembark Morning

The majestic beauty of Hawaii’s famous volcanoes It's a landscape you might expect to find on the moon or the surface of Mars. Hawaii's haunting Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for the austere beauty of its lavafields and for its

2011 Departure Dates Golden Princess Sep 28 Wed Oct 12 Wed Oct 26 Wed Nov 9 Wed Nov 2 3 Wed D e c 7, 21 Wed

resident volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea, two

Launch Fares

Sapphire Princess Oc t 8 Sat Nov 26 Sat Dec 17 Sat

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

1,445

of the most active on earth.

1,645

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

2,345

2,845

2012 Departure Dates Golden Princess Jan 4 Wed J a n 18 Wed Feb 1 Wed Feb 15 Wed Feb 29 Wed M a r 14 Wed Mar 28 Wed

Apr 1 1 Apr 25

We d We d

Sapphire Princess Feb 4† Sat Mar 10 Sat Apr 14† Sat

† Port order may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $50 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 11/26/11 and 12/7/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Hawaiian Islands • From Hilo, visit the UNESCO site of Volcanoes National Park and walk through Thurston Lava Tube • Tour the USS Arizona Memorial and watch a moving short film on the surprise attack of Pearl Harbor

Ukulele player — Hawaii

Extend Your Stay Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages There's much to see and do in Los Angeles — from visiting the famous Getty Museum to shopping in ritzy Beverly Hills to taking a tour of fabled Hollywood haunts. Plan to arrive early or stay on after your voyage with a hotel package. See pages 56-57 for more information.

• Take a cruise up the Wailua River and then visit Kauai's legendary Fern Grotto • From Maui, explore Haleakala National Park and Crater Rim

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

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Kauai

(Nawiliwili)

“Crossing the Equator is a highlight between Hawaii and Tahiti. The passengers love to be out on deck to commemorate passing between hemispheres.”

Maui

(Lahaina)

HAWAII

Hilo

Honolulu

Pacific Ocean

Equator

South Pacific Ocean

Chris Pousse, Shore Excursions Manager

TAHITI FRENCH POLYNESIA

Bora Bora Moorea

11

Hawaii & Tahiti

D ay s

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Honolulu, Hawaii

2

Kauai, Hawaii (Nawiliwili)

Full Day

3

Maui, Hawaii (Lahaina)

Full Day

4

Hilo, Hawaii

Full Day

5-9

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

10

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

11

Moorea, French Polynesia

12

Tahiti, French Polynesia (Papeete)

De c 2 7 †

27-day South Pacific & New Zealand Grand Adventure® Sail from Honolulu to Sydney On this voyage combining the 11-day Hawaii & Tahiti (2/18/12) sailing on this page and the 16-day South Pacific & New Zealand (2/29/12) sailing (not shown), you'll visit sandy beaches in Hawaii and Tahiti, explore isles like Fiji and Samoa, and call in several New Zealand ports. Contact Princess Cruises for fares and more information or visit princess.com.

Ocean Princess ®

Sail between Honolulu and Tahiti

2011 Departure Date

USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor — Honolulu, Hawaii

Papeete

Tue

Embark Afternoon

Full Day Full Day Disembark Morning

Launch Fares $

2,195

2,295

Interior fares from

2012 Departure Dates

Oceanview fares from

Jan 7 Fe b 7 † Feb 18

Balcony fares from

$

2,845

Mini-suite fares from

$

3,295

Sat Tue Sat

$

SMALL SHIP CRUISING

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. Port order may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $78 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 1/7/12 - 2/18/12 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Hawaii & Tahiti • In Kauai, visit Waimea Canyon and cruise up the Wailua River • Take a helicopter ride and drive the fabled Road to Hana while in Maui • From Hilo, explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park • Experience the warm waters, coral formations and tropical fish that make Bora Bora a snorkeler's paradise • Explore Moorea on a 4WD expedition that explores the heart of the island

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Hibiscus flower — Hawaii


UNITED STATES Los Angeles

Pacific Ocean

Honolulu

Maui

(Lahaina)

Kauai

(Nawiliwili)

HAWAII

Hilo

Equator

Equator

SAMOA Apia AMERICAN SAMOA

NE W

28 D ay s

Bora Bora

Pago Pago Moorea

FRENCH POLYNESIA Tahiti

South Pacific Ocean

(Papeete)

Hawaii, Tahiti & Samoa

Sapphire Princess ®

Sail roundtrip from Los Angeles

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

Los Angeles, California

2-5

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

Embark Afternoon

6

Maui, Hawaii (Lahaina)

Full Day

7

Hilo, Hawaii

Full Day

8

Honolulu, Hawaii

9

Kauai, Hawaii (Nawiliwili)

Full Day & Evening Full Day

10-13 Cruising the Pacific Ocean (Cross the Equator) 14

Pago Pago, American Samoa

Full Day

15

Apia, Samoa

Full Day

16-17 Cruising the South Pacific Ocean 18

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

19

Moorea, French Polynesia

Full Day & Evening Full Day

20

Tahiti, French Polynesia (Papeete)

Full Day

Coastline of Hilo, Hawaii

21-28 Cruising the South Pacific Ocean and Pacific Ocean (Cross the Equator) 29

Los Angeles, California

2011 Departure Date Oc t 22

Sat

Disembark Morning

29-day Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific

Launch Fares Interior fares from

$

3,495

Oceanview fares from

$

3,895

Balcony fares from

$

5,295

Mini-suite fares from

$

5,995

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $105 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Sail between San Francisco and Sydney Spend 29 days in the warm, wonderful South Pacific. Visit lush Hawaiian Islands and ports in French Polynesia aboard Sea Princess. You'll also call in New Zealand and Australia. Depart September 17, 2011, from San Francisco to Sydney, or April 15, 2012 from Sydney to San Francisco. Contact Princess Cruises for fares and more information or visit princess.com.

Hawaii, Tahiti & Samoa • Explore Volcanoes National Park by helicopter while in Hilo • In Honolulu, visit USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri Monument • From Kauai, experience a traditional Hawaiian luau • Take part in the traditional Ava welcome ceremony in Pago Pago • Explore Bora Bora on a circle island 4x4 safari tour • Tour the Gauguin Museum in Tahiti

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Sail for the historic shores of Canada & New England The charming seaside villages and rugged shorelines of New England and Canada are yours to discover on a variety of convenient voyages and immersive land & sea vacations with Princess.

Bar Harbor, Maine


“I recommend a visit to Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor. It’s a beautiful place to spend the day.”

NEW BRUNSWICK

CANADA Saint John

MAINE

NOVA SCOTIA

Bar Harbor

UNITED STATES

Halifax

Acadia National Park

Portland

NEW YORK

Bay of Fundy

Ramida Matei, Stateroom Steward

Boston MASSACHUSETTS RHODE ISLAND Newport New York Atlantic Ocean

7 D ay s

Canada & New England

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from New York

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

3

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Full Day

4

Saint John, New Brunswick (for the Bay of Fundy)

Full Day

5

Bar Harbor, Maine (for Acadia National Park)

Full Day

6

Boston, Massachusetts

Full Day

7

Newport, Rhode Island

8

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2011 Saturday Departure Dates Aug Sep Oct

6 , 1 3 , 20, 27 3, 1 0, 1 7,† 24 * 1,† 8 †, 1 5 †, 22

Embark Afternoon

Full Day Disembark Morning

Launch Fares Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

799

949

Balcony fares from

$

Mini-suite fares from

$

1,299 1,599

* Port order may vary. Portland, Maine replaces Bar Harbor. † Port order may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $88 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 8/20/11 - 9/3/11 and 10/15/11 - 10/22/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Canada & New England • Take a ride on the Reversing River Rapids Jet Boat Ride in Saint John • Don’t miss having your photo taken standing at the lighthouse at Peggy’s Cove, then indulge in a lobster lunch in Halifax

Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse — Halifax, Nova Scotia

Extend Your Stay Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages Plan extra days before or after your voyage in exciting New York — a hotel package provides the home base for exploring all the Big Apple’s sights. See pages 56-57 for details.

• In Boston, visit the Bull & Finch Pub that inspired the TV series “Cheers”

Land & Sea Vacations

• See the benefits of being one of America’s wealthiest families when you stroll through The Breakers in Newport

Our Historic America cruisetour lets you supplement your voyage with a land tour taking you to such important places as Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate, Colonial Williamsburg and the Gettysburg battlefield. See page 48 for details.

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions

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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

CANADA

MAINE

Sydney for Cape Breton Island Gulf of St. Lawrence

Charlottetown NOVA SCOTIA Halifax

Bar Harbor Bay of Fundy

Acadia National Park

MASSACHUSETTS NEW YORK Boston Newport Atlantic Ocean

New York

RHODE ISLAND

UNITED STATES NEW

9 D ay s

Québec City — Québec, Canada

The Joie de Vivre of Historic Old Québec With preserved 17th-century ramparts, walls and gates, Old Québec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of

Canada & New England

Caribbean Princess®

Sail roundtrip from New York

Duration ^

Day

Port

1

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

Embark Afternoon

3

Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

4

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

5

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

6

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Full Day

7

Bar Harbor, Maine (for Acadia National Park)

Full Day

8

Boston, Massachusetts

Full Day

9

Newport, Rhode Island

10

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

2011 Departure Dates M ay 1 7 Jun 1 3 Jun 2 2 Jul 1 9

Tue Mon We d Tue

the best examples of a fortified colonial city in the

Half Day - Afternoon Full Day

Full Day Disembark Morning

Launch Fares $

1,199

1,399

Interior fares from Oceanview fares from

$

Balcony fares from

$

1,999

2,299

Mini-suite fares from

New World. It’s also renowned for its French-

$

influenced culture and scenic locale.

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $97 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 5/17/11 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

Canada & New England • Visit the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic site in Sydney • Go on a time-honored pub tour of Halifax • Enjoy a whale-watching catamaran in Bar Harbor • In Boston, take an upper deck trolley tour to such sites as Beacon Hill, the Freedom Trail, the Old State House and more • Explore scenic Newport by a Segway Personal Transporter

For a complete list of Shore Excursions, visit princess.com/excursions Massachusetts State House — Boston, Massachusetts


CANADA

St. Lawrence River

CANADA QUÉBEC Québec City

QUÉBEC

Gulf of St. Lawrence

NEW BRUNSWICK

MASSACHUSETTS NEW YORK

UNITED STATES

New York

D ay s

RHODE ISLAND

SOUTH CAROLINA

FLORIDA

Overnight in Québec City

New York, New York (Brooklyn)

Overnight in Québec City

Ft. Lauderdale

Crown Princess®

Duration ^

Port

Atlantic Ocean

Charleston

Atlantic Ocean

Sail between New York and Québec City

1

NOVA SCOTIA MASSACHUSETTS

for Cape Breton Island

Classic Canada & New England

Day

Sydney

for Cape Breton Island

Bay of Fundy

RHODE ISLAND

NOVA SCOTIA

Bay of Fundy

UNITED STATES

10

NEW YORK Boston Newport New York

Sydney

Portland

Boston Newport

Québec City MAINE Halifax Bar Harbor Acadia National Park

MAINE Charlottetown Saint John Halifax Bar Harbor Acadia National Park

St. Lawrence River Gulf of St. Lawrence

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

12 D ay s

Canada & Colonial America

Crown Princess®

Sail from Québec City to Ft. Lauderdale Duration ^

Day

Port

Embark Afternoon

1

Québec City, Québec

Embark Afternoon & Overnight Full Day

2

Newport, Rhode Island

Full Day

2

Québec City, Québec

3

Boston, Massachusetts

Full Day

3

Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence

4

Bar Harbor, Maine (for Acadia National Park)

Full Day

4

Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

Full Day

5

Saint John, New Brunswick (for the Bay of Fundy)

Full Day

5

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Full Day

6

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Full Day

6

Bar Harbor, Maine (for Acadia National Park)

Full Day

7

Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

Full Day

7

Boston, Massachusetts

Full Day

8

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Full Day

8

Newport, Rhode Island

Full Day

9

Cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence

9

New York, New York (Manhattan)

Full Day

10

Québec City, Québec

Full Day & Overnight

10

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

11

Québec City, Québec

Disembark Morning

11

Charleston, South Carolina

12

Cruising the Atlantic Ocean

13

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

2011 Departure Dates S e p 14* Sep 24† Oct 4

Wed Sat Tue

Launch Fares

2011 Departure Date Oc t 1 4

Fri

Full Day

Disembark Morning

Launch Fares

Interior fares from

$

1,499

Oceanview fares from

$

1,849

Oceanview fares from

$

$

1,699

2,049

Interior fares from

Balcony fares from

$

2,449

Balcony fares from

$

2,649

Mini-suite fares from

$

2,849

Mini-suite fares from

$

3,049

† Itinerary operates in reverse order. * Portland, Maine replaces Bar Harbor. Port order and duration may vary. ▲ Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $137 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $159 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Extend Your Stay

Classic Canada & New England

Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages

• Enjoy a guided tour in Newport of Rough Point, the home of heiress Doris Duke who died at age 80, leaving behind a billion-dollar estate and a mansion filled with treasures

Stay on for extra days before or after your voyage in either New York, Québec City or Ft. Lauderdale. Hotels offer a high level of service and convenient locations. See pages 56-57 for details.

Canada & Colonial America

Land & Sea Vacations

• Take a stroll along Québec City’s grand promenade with panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River

Discover landmarks of America’s roots on a Historic America cruisetour. Or see Eastern Canada’s best cities and most breathtaking sights on the Maple Explorer cruisetour. See pages 48-49 for details.

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Cruisetour

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Liberty Bell — Philadelphia

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Jefferson’s Monticello and Independence Hall Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate, designed by the nation’s third president himself, is the only private residence in the U.S. to be

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Washington, D.C. — Arrive in Washington, D.C. The evening is yours to do as you please. Overnight at The Melrose Hotel. Washington, D.C. — After a welcome breakfast, take a tour of the capital to see landmarks such as Arlington Cemetery, the Supreme Court and Embassy Row. Lunch is on your own at the Air and Space Museum. Tonight, after dinner at the hotel, an amazing illuminated tour of the city awaits. Overnight at The Melrose Hotel. (B,D) Washington, D.C./Williamsburg — Today you’ll visit George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate on the Potomac before continuing to the Jamestown Settlement living history museum. Then it’s on to Colonial Williamsburg, where you’ll enjoy dinner in a tavern. Overnight at the Williamsburg Hospitality House. (B,D) Williamsburg — Today is a true highlight — a full day to explore Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area, offering a re-creation of life as it was in the 18th century. Overnight at the Williamsburg Hospitality House. (B) Williamsburg/Staunton — Enjoy a scenic motorcoach ride to the historic Virginia capital of Richmond, where you’ll see the sights, lunch at a tavern and visit Jefferson’s Monticello Estate. Overnight at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. (B,L) Staunton/Gettysburg — Today you’ll take the gorgeous Skyline Drive through the breathtaking Shenandoah Valley to one of the most stirring battlefields in the nation — Gettysburg. Overnight at the Wyndham Gettysburg. (B) Gettysburg/Philadelphia — This morning’s motorcoach drive takes you to Philadelphia. After lunch on your own, you’ll enjoy visits to landmarks including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Overnight at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel. (B) Philadelphia/New York/Embark Ship — After breakfast, take a motorcoach from Philadelphia to New York, where you will board Caribbean Princess and begin your voyage. (B) 7-day Canada & New England cruise: sail roundtrip from New York for the ports of Newport, Boston, Bar Harbor, Saint John and Halifax. See page 45. 9-day Canada & New England cruise: sail roundtrip from New York for the ports of Sydney, Charlottetown, Halifax, Bar Harbor, Boston and Newport. See page 46.

B = Breakfast

L = Lunch

D = Dinner

(1776) and the Constitution of the United States (1787) were signed.

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Number of Nights

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14 nights (shown above)

Description

2011 Departure Dates

Washington, D.C. to New York Land tour before cruise. Includes 9-day Canada & New England cruise shown on page 46.

May 10 Jun 6, 15 Jul 12

Washington, D.C. to New York Land tour before cruise. Includes 7-day Canada & New England cruise shown on page 45.

Jul 30 Aug 6, 13, 20, 27 Sep 3, 10, 17, 24 Oct 1, 8, 15

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $138 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 8/13/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Launch Fares

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$

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$

2,579

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$

2,929

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the historic 19th century Rideau Canal, a UNESCO

Toronto — Arrive in Toronto. The evening is yours to enjoy at your leisure. Overnight at the Fairmont Royal York.

World Heritage Site. You’ll end the land portion of your vacation in exquisite QuÊbec City.

2 By Land

3 By Land

4 By Land

5 By Land

6 By Land

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7-18 By Sea

Toronto — Get to know your fellow tour guests at breakfast. Today’s highlights include a visit to Niagara Falls — where buffet lunch and a cruise to the base of the falls on the world-famous Maid of the Mist await you. Afterward, a drive on the River Road passes the fabled Floral Clock as you head toward historic Niagara-on-the-Lake. Overnight at the Fairmont Royal York. (B,L) Toronto/Ottawa — A lovely cruise takes you through the picturesque Thousand Islands. Next on the itinerary is Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, where tonight is yours to enjoy as you please. Overnight at the Westin Ottawa. (B) Ottawa/Montebello — On a morning driving tour of the capital, you’ll see Parliament Hill and Rideau Canal, and visit the sensational Canadian Museum of Civilization. You’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery on the way to Montebello, where you’ll overnight at the historic Fairmont Le Château Montebello. (B,D) Montebello/MontrÊal — From Montebello, a pleasant drive through the countryside delivers you to the fabulous city of MontrÊal. A tour includes sights from the French Quarter to the grand basilica of Notre Dame cathedral. Overnight at the InterContinental MontrÊal. (B) MontrÊal/QuÊbec City/Embark Ship — After breakfast, you’ll settle in for a comfortable and scenic motorcoach trip to QuÊbec City, where you’ll embark Crown Princess. (B) 10-day Classic Canada & New England cruise: relish 10 days sailing from QuÊbec City to New York calling in Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax, Saint John, Bar Harbor, Boston and Newport. See page 47. 12-day Canada & Colonial America cruise: en route from QuÊbec City to Ft. Lauderdale, you will make stops in Sydney, Halifax, Bar Harbor, Boston, Newport and New York. See page 47.

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Description

2011 Departure Dates

Launch Fares

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Sep 19

Interior fares from

$

Oceanview fares from

$

Land tour before cruise. Includes 10-day Classic Canada & New England cruise shown on page 49.

Toronto to Ft. Lauderdale Land tour before cruise. Includes 12-day Canada & Colonial America cruise shown on page 49. New York to Toronto

Land tour after cruise. Includes 10-day Classic Canada & New England cruise shown on page 49.

Oct 9 Sep 14 Oct 4

Balcony fares from Mini-suite fares from

3,229

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3,579

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$

4,179

â–˛

4,579

â–˛

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Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $198 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 9/14/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

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Coastal Getaways Enjoy the ease of escaping along the coast

Coastal Getaways & Sampler Voyages 2011/2012 Dates

Itinerary

Fares from $79†!

Days

Ports*

Ship

Golden Princess

May 1 1, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

3

Los Angeles, Vancouver

May 14, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

1

Vancouver, Seattle

Sapphire Princess

May 14, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

4

San Francisco, Astoria, Victoria, Vancouver

Island Princess

May 19, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

2

San Francisco, Vancouver

Coral Princess

Sep 18, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

1

Seattle, Vancouver

Sapphire Princess

Sep 19, 2011

West Coast Cruise 5

Vancouver, Victoria, San Francisco, Los Angeles

Sapphire Princess

Sep 21, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

4

Vancouver, Victoria, Los Angeles

Island Princess

Sep 24, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

2

Vancouver, San Francisco

Coral Princess

Sep 24, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

1

Seattle, Vancouver

Golden Princess

Sep 25, 201 1

Pacific Coastal

3

Vancouver, Los Angeles

Golden Princess

May 9, 2012

Pacific Coastal

3

Los Angeles, Vancouver

Coral Princess

May 1 1, 2012

Pacific Coastal

5

Los Angeles, San Francisco, Victoria, Vancouver

Island Princess

May 20, 2012

Pacific Coastal

2

San Francisco, Vancouver

Golden Princess

May 22, 2012

Alaska Sampler

4

Vancouver, Ketchikan, Seattle

Golden Princess

Princess Pacific coastal getaways range from one to seven days and are the perfect convenient way to escape for those with less time. Choice of four ships, including Island, Coral, Golden and Sapphire Princess,® to destinations all along the West Coast. Our 7-day California Coastal calls in the Golden State’s most popular ports plus Ensenada, Mexico, while the 7-day Wine Country Coastal focuses on the region’s stellar vineyards and wineries. There are also short sailings to the Northwest.

* Ports of Embarkation and Disembarkation are in bold. † Fares based on 1-day sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Visit princess.com for full fares.

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Los Angeles, California

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Santa Barbara, California

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4

San Francisco, California

5

Cruising the Pacific Ocean

6

San Diego, California

7

Ensenada, Mexico

8

Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, California

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2

Santa Barbara, California

Full Day

3

San Francisco, California

Full Day & Evening

4

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Full Day & Evening

5

Astoria, Oregon

Full Day

6

Seattle, Washington

Full Day

7

Victoria, B.C., Canada

Disembark Morning

8

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

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$

Oceanview fares from

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Port

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Sep 24 Oc t 1

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Day

Launch Fares

2012 Departure Date

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Wine Country Coastal

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2011 Departure Dates Sat Sat

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2011 Departure Date

799

899

Balcony fares from

$

1,099

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$

1,299

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $52 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 9/24/11 - 10/1/11 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

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Launch Fares Interior fares from

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Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $90 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 5/12/12 sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details. ^ For Duration details, see page 77.

Shore Excursions

California Coastal

Wine Country Coastal

• Travel by trolley through the charming streets of Santa Barbara

• Explore Santa Barbara’s wine country and visit two wineries and sample over 10 different wines from the area

• In San Francisco, explore the infamous Alcatraz Island Prison • Visit the world-famous San Diego Zoo which houses over 4,000 creatures • Stroll through the towering redwood trees of Muir Woods from San Francisco • From Ensenada, take a scenic drive 25 miles south along Baja California countryside to Punta Banda • Experience San Diego and scenic Coronado Island in an open-air trolley

• From San Francisco, travel to Sonoma County and taste Sonoma’s white, red and dessert wines • Visit “The Cellar,” one of Oregon’s world-class wineries, and learn about Oregon wines • Savor Victoria’s visual and edible delicacies when you visit magical Butchart Gardens and one of Victoria’s finest wineries

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The dazzling grandeur of Alaska It’s among the most awe-inspiring destinations on earth — Alaska. And Princess Ž has a variety of ways to experience it, including our immersive “See It All� land & sea vacations, which include Alaska’s top two must-see attractions — Glacier Bay and Denali National Parks. It’s just one reason why readers of Travel Weekly magazine consistently recognize Princess as the “Best Cruise Line in Alaska.�

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Scenic voyages. Sail to Alaska with Princess from

inspiring sights with a Princess cruisetour, bringing

mid-May to late September. You’ve got the option of

together a voyage with an in-depth land tour. You’ll

our popular 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers between

experience Alaska’s dazzling glaciers, grand mountains

Anchorage and Vancouver — the cruise component

and legendary wildlife, with at least two nights at one or

of our cruisetours. Or sail the beautiful Inside Passage

both Princess wilderness lodges in the Denali area and

for either seven or 10 days roundtrip from Seattle

exclusive Princess Rail on most itineraries. Plus you’ll

or San Francisco.

visit Alaska’s two top attractions — Glacier Bay and Denali National Parks.


201 1 Alaska Cruisetours

201 1 Alaska Cruises

Combine a 7-day Voyage of the Glaciers cruise with three to

Seeing Alaska by sea is an experience not to be missed. And

eight additional nights on land. Our cruisetours offer affordable

Princess offers three different ways to sail to the Great Land

options that give you time to plan your own activities to deluxe

and visit its inlets, fjords, glaciers and coastal towns.

escorted adventures. Denali Explorer. Our most popular itinerary type focuses on the many wonders of Denali National Park, with same-day rail service from the ship and two days in our Denali-area lodges.

Voyage of the Glaciers (between Whittier and Vancouver) — 7 Days on Coral Princess,® Island Princess ® & Diamond Princess.® From Glacier Bay National Park to either College Fjord or Hubbard Glacier, this 7-day sailing features the most glacier viewing.

Interior from

Interior from

$

1,098

Oceanview from $

1,248

Balcony from $

1,698

Mini-suite from $

1,898

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $98 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on AA3, 5/18/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

$

948

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1,098

Balcony from $

1,548

Mini-suite from $

1,748

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $98 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on AAX, 5/18/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Off the Beaten Path. In addition to time at Denali National Park, these tours take you beyond to Princess lodges at Copper River and the Kenai Peninsula, or into the Arctic. Interior from $

1,598

Oceanview from $

1,748

Balcony from $

2,248

Mini-suite from $

2,448

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $112 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on JA6, 5/21/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

$

1,973

Oceanview from $

2,123

Balcony from

$

2,623

Oceanview from $

799

Balcony from $

1,249

Mini-suite from $

1,449

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $84 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 5/18/11 Island Princess sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

takes you north for a week sailing through some of Alaska’s most beautiful waters, including Tracy Arm Fjord or Glacier Bay National Park. Interior from $

649

Oceanview from $

799

Balcony from $

1,099

Mini-suite from $

1,199

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $104 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 9/17/11 Golden Princess sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Inside Passage (roundtrip San Francisco) — 10 Days on Sea Princess.® Sail beneath the Golden Gate Bridge on your way to Alaska’s Inside Passage, where you’ll cruise Tracy Arm Fjord or Glacier Bay National Park and visit charming ports such as Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway. Interior from $

Connoisseur. These deluxe escorted cruisetours represent our highest level of service, with a tour director on land and most meals included. Interior from

649

Inside Passage (roundtrip Seattle) — 7 Days on Golden Princess ® & Sapphire Princess.® From Seattle, the idyllic Inside Passage

On Your Own. Perfect for the independent traveler, this option gives you more time to choose your own tours and optional activities. Interior from

$

999

Oceanview from

$

1,599

Balcony from $

1,999

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $104 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 5/10/11 Sea Princess sailing and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Mini-suite from $

2,823

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $116 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on MA5, 5/21/11 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Get more details on our Alaska season. For detailed information, see your travel agent or visit princess.com to download or order the 201 1 Alaska Brochure. Sapphire Princess® princess.com

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Sail for vibrant South America’s shores Set sail for the “other” America — incredible South America. Let Princess ® introduce you to the best of this exciting region on one of four unique itineraries visiting exotic points such as the Amazon Jungle, Cape Horn and alluring cities like Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Should you want to see even more, choose a land & sea cruisetour option to magical Machu Picchu or thunderous Iguazú Falls.

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Ft. Lauderdale, Florida St. Maarten

Barbados

Tobago Devil’s Island (Île Royale)

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Santarém

Manaus Parintins

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Boca da Valéria

Machu Picchu

Lima

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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CHILE

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Amazon River

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®

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Cape Horn. Rounding Cape Horn

15-day Brazilian Adventure on Star

is one of the great experiences on

for an incredible journey between

Princess begins in spectacular

the world’s seas. And when you sail

Ft. Lauderdale and the balmy

fashion — with an overnight stay in

on Star Princess ® on a Cape Horn

jungles of the Amazon River. Along

thrilling Rio de Janeiro, so you can

itinerary, you’ll be treated to many

this storied river, you’ll visit the ports

experience this legendary city by

of the region’s best places including

of Manaus, Boca de Valeria and

night. Your voyage includes stops in

scenic sailing in the Chilean fjords

Santarém, and have plenty of

the Brazilian ports of Salvador and

and Beagle Channel, and a visit to

opportunities to get out and see

Recifé, as well as calls in several

the Falkland Islands.

the jungle’s unparalleled wildlife.

balmy Caribbean isles.


2011–2012 South America Cruises Sail from between 14 to 30 days on four itineraries exploring

Cape Horn & Brazilian Grand Adventure® (from Santiago to Ft. Lauderdale) — 29 Days on Star Princess.® Sail for nearly a month from Chile’s Santiago bound for Ft. Lauderdale, during which time you’ll visit Tierra del Fuego, Montevideo, Salvador, Antigua and other appealing ports. Interior from

different sides of the South American mystique. You may

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Amazon, or cruise instead on Star Princess bound for the fjords of Chile, rugged Cape Horn and Tierra del Fuego, and exciting Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. Amazon River (between Ft. Lauderdale and Manaus) — 14 Days on Pacific Princess.® Several destinations along the Amazon as well as islands of the Caribbean await you on this two-week adventure. Interior from $

3,195

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3,295

Balcony from $

3,995

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4,695

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $108 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

2,890

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3,190

Balcony from $

4,290

Mini-suite from $

5,090

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $295 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Passage to Rio & Cape Horn Grand Adventure ® (from Venice to Santiago) — 30 Days on Star Princess.® Sail from Venice to Santiago, with other attractions on this itinerary including a stop in the Falkland Islands, Cape Horn scenic cruising, a call in Ushuaia on Tierra del Fuego and more. Interior from $

3,685

Oceanview from $

4,185

Balcony from $

5,585

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7,035

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $270 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Cape Horn Route to Rio (between Rio de Janeiro and Santiago) — 14 Days on Star Princess.® Scenic cruising in Cape Horn, Beagle Channel and the Chilean fjords are just a few highlights of this two-week sailing. Interior from $

1,695

Oceanview from $

1,895

Balcony from $

2,595

Mini-suite from $

3,095

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $223 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on 1/7/12, 1/21/12, 2/4/12, 2/18/12 and 3/3/12 sailings and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Brazilian Adventure (between Rio de Janeiro and Ft. Lauderdale) — 15 Days on Star Princess.® The best ports of Brazil, including Salvador and Recife, an overnight in Rio de Janeiro, plus several Caribbean ports await you on this journey between Rio de Janeiro and Ft. Lauderdale. Interior from $

1,195

Oceanview from $

1,295

Balcony from

$

1,695

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Mini-suite from $

1,995

2011–2012 South America land & sea vacations

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $100 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

Add a land tour to your voyage to create a cruisetour — the most in-depth way to experience South America. You’ll see the region’s most famous and impressive sights from the perspectives of both land and sea. Machu Picchu Explorer. Enjoy two days at one of the world’s great sites of antiquity, Machu Picchu, plus Lima and Cusco.

More South America and exotic locales.

Iguazú Falls Experience. Take in the spectacular views at Iguazú Falls, and spend time in electric Rio de Janeiro.

For detailed information, see your travel agent or visit princess.com to

Interior from $

download or order the 201 12012 Exotics Brochure.

3,899

Oceanview from $

3,999

Balcony from $

4,399

Mini-suite from $

4,699

Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person per day on all passengers if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Government fees and taxes of up to $223 per person are additional and subject to change. Fares based on cruisetour 6B, 3/13/12 departure and quoted in U.S. dollars. Certain restrictions apply. See page 78 for details.

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Cruise Plus Hotel Packages ®

New York, New York

Add peace of mind and a sense of security to your vacation with a Cruise Plus ® Hotel Package. Give yourself a few days to relax either before or after your voyage — and take in the sights of a sensational city. Princess ® handles all the details — including transfers and baggage handling — with accommodations selected for their incredible locations and excellent service. What a delightful and carefree way to extend your vacation!

Ft. Lauderdale

Honolulu

Québec City

Sheraton Ft. Lauderdale Beach Hotel Discover the “Venice of America,” Ft. Lauderdale. Explore 300 miles of navigable waterways, relax on the soft sands of Atlantic Ocean beaches, or visit some of southeast Florida’s best attractions nearby.

Westin Moana Surfrider Located in the heart of Waikiki, this oceanfront Oahu hotel is a legendary landmark.

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac This stately hotel stands above historic Old Québec and is within easy walking distance of all that Old Québec has to offer.

One night from $99 Additional nights from $69

Los Angeles

Embassy Suites Ft. Lauderdale Within walking distance of the Intercoastal Waterway and Port Everglades. One night from $109 Additional nights from $79

One night from $199 Additional nights from $139

LAX Marriott Offering style, comfort and easy access to area attractions. One night from $84 Additional nights from $44

New York

Ft. Lauderdale Marriott North The perfect choice for arriving a night before your cruise for added peace of mind.

InterContinental Times Square Located on 8th avenue, the hotel is close to Restaurant Row and the Broadway theatre district. The area is home to the best of both worlds, from the razzle-dazzle of Times Square to the down-home hip of the Clinton District.

One night from $84 Additional nights from $59

One night from $249 Additional nights from $149

One night from $239 Additional nights from $169

Cruise Plus ® Hotel Packages are also available in San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver. Please see your travel agent or visit princess.com for more information and rates.


San Juan Marriott Resort and Casino Situated in the famous Condado area just minutes from Old San Juan, this resort sits on five acres of oceanfront property and features spacious guest rooms with balconies, a beautiful pool area and lively casino.

InterContinental Resort Tahiti — Panoramic Room The hotel, harmoniously integrated among the gardens and coconut groves, has two overflowing or infinity swimming pools, one of which is sand bottomed. Beyond the lagoon the ocean is marked on the horizon by the silhouette of Moorea.

One night from $159 Additional nights from $119

Two nights from $399 Additional nights from $149

San Juan

Conrad San Juan, Condado Offering breathtaking views, this luxury hotel in Puerto Rico overlooks both the Atlantic Ocean and Condado Lagoon. The resort features chic decor, contemporary amenities and a vivid new lobby that is alive with the electricity of San Juan. One night from $159 Additional nights from $119

Tahiti InterContinental Resort Tahiti Motu — Overwater bungalow Scattered on the outer edge of the two islands, the “Motu” overwater bungalows have a private sundeck that allows easy access to the shallow waters of the lagoon. Two nights from $499 Additional nights from $199

Bora Bora and Tahiti Package — Four nights (pre-cruise) From $1,599 per person Day 1: Arrive in Papeete and check in to your panoramic room at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti. Day 2: Fly to Bora Bora and check in to your overwater bungalow at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui. Days 3 & 4: At your leisure. Day 5: Fly back to Papeete and transfer to the pier to embark ship. Moorea and Tahiti Package — Four nights (pre-cruise) From $999 per person Day 1: Arrive in Papeete and check in to your panoramic room at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti. Day 2: Ferry to the island of Moorea. Check in to your overwater bungalow at the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Spa. Days 3 & 4: At your leisure. Day 5: Ferry back to Papeete and transfer to the pier to embark ship.

Québec City, Québec, Canada

Transfer Program Princess offers ship-day transfers as a secure and efficient way for passengers to start and end their cruise vacation with peace of mind. Transfers are available one way or roundtrip to both passengers using Princess’ air program and to those booking air independently. Offered in all cities of embarkation and disembarkation by motorcoach, private sedan or van. See your travel agent or call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information.

Tahiti, French Polynesia

= Sightseeing Tour All Cruise Plus Hotel Packages prices quoted are per person, double occupancy. Government fees and taxes of up to $131 per person are additional, and vary by city and duration of stay. Additional nights increase these fees. For single and triple rates, just ask your travel agent. All Cruise Plus Hotel Packages include hotel accommodations, porterage, meet-and-greet services, transfers between airport/hotel and hotel/pier, and the hospitality services of a Princess representative. Cruise Plus hotels are not owned or operated by Princess. princess.com

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The Princess fleet in the Americas ®

The nine ships in the Princess ® Americas fleet range from grand to intimate and elegant, and offer all the variety you could want. No matter their size, every ship boasts a relaxed atmosphere, spectacular array of activities, entertainment and dining, and a large percentage of affordable balconies. And each ship features our signature style of warm, welcoming service to make you feel completely at home onboard. Here is your introduction to the Princess ships sailing in the Americas during the 201 1-2012 season.

Caribbean Princess,® Crown Princess,® Emerald Princess® & Ruby Princess® • Inviting piazza-style Atrium

• Crown GrillSM (steak and seafood specialty restaurant)

• The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults)

• Vines Bar (wine and seafood bar)

• Movies Under the Stars® (poolside theater)

• The International Café (coffees, desserts, sandwiches and tapas)

• The Lotus Spa® & Fitness Center

• ScholarShip@Sea® courses

• Freedom of Anytime Dining

• Original production shows

SM

• Classic Traditional Dining

• Four freshwater pools

• Sabatini’sSM (Italian specialty restaurant)

• Casino

3,080 passengers

Nearly 900 balconies

113,000 gross tons

952 ft. in length

Sapphire Princess® & Diamond Princess® • Coming Soon The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults; available on Diamond Princess 11/10 and Sapphire Princess 10/11) • Coming Soon Movies Under the Stars® (poolside theater; available on Diamond Princess 11/10 and Sapphire Princess 10/11)

• Sterling SteakhouseSM (specialty restaurant) • ScholarShip@Sea® courses • Original production shows • Three freshwater pools • Gym & fitness center • Skywalkers Nightclub

• The Lotus Spa®

• Club Fusion

• Freedom of Anytime DiningSM

• Bars & lounges

• Classic Traditional Dining

• Art auctions

• Sabatini’sSM (Italian specialty restaurant)

• Casino

2,670 passengers

Nearly 740 balconies

116,000 gross tons

952 ft. in length

Golden Princess,® Grand Princess® & Star Princess® • Inviting piazza-style Atrium • The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults) • Movies Under the Stars® (poolside theater)

• Crown GrillSM (steak and seafood specialty restaurant – on Golden Princess) • Vines Bar (wine and seafood bar)

• The Lotus Spa® & Fitness Center

• The International Café (coffees, desserts, sandwiches and tapas)

• Freedom of Anytime DiningSM

• ScholarShip@Sea® courses

• Classic Traditional Dining

• Original production shows

• Sabatini’s (Italian specialty restaurant)

• Four freshwater pools

• Sterling Steakhouse (specialty restaurant)

• Casino

SM

SM

2,590 passengers

Over 700 balconies

109,000 gross tons

950 ft. in length

Note: Ship features shown are for Star Princess. Features for Golden Princess and Grand Princess may vary.


The Sanctuary on Crown Princess

Sea Princess® • The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults)

• Two freshwater pools

• The Lotus Spa®

• Gym & fitness center

• Classic Traditional Dining • Freedom of Anytime Dining

• Bars & lounges SM

SM

• Sterling Steakhouse at Horizon Court (specialty restaurant)

• The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults) • Art auctions

• Movies Under the Stars® (poolside theater)

• Casino

• ScholarShip@Sea® courses

• Patisserie

• Original production shows

• Pizzeria

• Duty-free shopping

Note: For a detailed deck plan & virtual tour of Sea Princess, visit princess.com/ships.

1,990 passengers

Over 400 balconies

77,000 gross tons

857 ft. in length

Coral Princess® & Island Princess® • NEW The Sanctuary (relaxing retreat for adults)

• Bayou Café & Steakhouse

• NEW Movies Under the Stars® (poolside theater)

• Original production shows

• The Lotus Spa® • Freedom of Anytime DiningSM • Classic Traditional Dining • Sabatini’sSM (Italian specialty restaurant)

1,970 passengers

Over 700 balconies

• ScholarShip@Sea® courses • Three freshwater pools • Gym & fitness center • Bars & lounges • Art auctions

92,000 gross tons

965 ft. in length

Ocean Princess® & Pacific Princess® SMALL SHIP CRUISING

• The Lotus Spa

• Freshwater pool

®

• Classic Traditional Dining

• Gym & fitness center

• Sabatini’sSM (Italian specialty restaurant)

• Bars & lounges

• Sterling SteakhouseSM (specialty restaurant)

• Art auctions

• ScholarShip@Sea® courses

• Duty-free shopping

• Original production shows

• Patisserie

680 passengers

Over 200 balconies

• Casino

30,200 gross tons

592 ft. in length

Note: Activity options and venues vary by ship, are subject to change and charges may apply.

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A preview of your stateroom options onboard For every preference and budget, there is a stateroom to match on each Princess ®

Suite with balcony

ship. Ranging from spacious suites to

Surrounding you with

comfortable interiors, here’s an overview

luxurious accommodations, a spacious suite with balcony

of the stateroom options available.

includes all the amenities of a mini-suite, plus incredible

Princess pioneered the affordable balcony stateroom, and still offers one of the largest percentages of such accommodations in

premiums. These include luxury balcony furniture, deluxe canapés, fresh flowers, DVD/CD player, free access to a DVD library, two flat-panel TVs, one complimentary mini-bar setup, a roomy walk-in closet, upgraded

the industry. You’ll find an ample selection

bathroom amenities, laundry and professional cleaning services,

of balcony staterooms on each of our ships.

and web access in the Internet Café. Approximately 460 to 932 square feet, including balcony.

Mini-suite with balcony A mini-suite with balcony is substantially larger than a balcony stateroom. It includes all the amenities of a balcony stateroom and these added luxuries: welcome glass of champagne, separate sitting area, sofa bed, luxury mattress and pillows, two flat-panel TVs, a spacious closet, desk, bathroom tub and massage shower head. Your stateroom is your home away from home, filled with comforts.

For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Approximately 323 square feet, including balcony.


Family suite Each suite

Deluxe oceanview A larger version

is actually two self-

of an oceanview double stateroom

contained staterooms

with the same fine amenities, including a picture window.

interconnecting through a large living room

Approximately 206 to 217 square feet.

which leads to an oversized private balcony. Each suite sleeps up to eight Oceanview double Our oceanview

people. Approximately 595 to 606 square feet.

stateroom includes all the amenities of an interior double, plus it features a picture window, providing added ambience and memorable views. Approximately 146 to 206 square feet.

Balcony

Interior double

This impressive stateroom

Our interior stateroom is a great value.

offers the elegance of a

It features two twin beds that make up

balcony with fine patio

into a queen-size bed. Other amenities

furniture. Other amenities include a spacious closet, desk

include a refrigerator, hair dryer, TV, closet and bathroom with

and a bathroom with shower. Approximately 214 to 279

shower. Approximately 158 to 162 square feet.

square feet, including balcony.

Note: Floor plans, amenities, decor and stateroom diagrams represent typical arrangements and may vary by ship. Certain stateroom categories may vary in size and configuration by ship. Square footage varies based on stateroom category and deck location. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information.

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Caribbean Princess Crown Princess Emerald Princess Ruby Princess ®

®

®

®

Passenger Capacity: 3,080

Passenger Capacity: 3,080

Passenger Capacity: 3,080

Passenger Capacity: 3,080

Length: 952 ft

Length: 952 ft

Length: 952 ft

Length: 952 ft

Gross Tonage: 113,000

Gross Tonage: 113,000

Gross Tonage: 113,000

Gross Tonage: 113,000

Inaugural Cruise: April 3, 2004

Inaugural Cruise: June 14, 2006

Inaugural Cruise: April 11, 2007

Inaugural Cruise: November 8, 2008

Christened by: Jill Whelan (“Vicki” from “The Love Boat”), April 2, 2004

Christened by: Martha Stewart (TV personality & entrepreneur), June 14, 2006

Christened by: Florence Henderson & Susan Olsen (From “The Brady Bunch”), Erin Moran & Marion Ross (From “Happy Days”), May 13, 2007

Christened by: Trista and Ryan Sutter (From “The Bachelorette”), November 6, 2008

AFT

Sun 16

Lido 15

FORWARD

Sports 17

FORWARD

AFT

Sky/Star 18/19

For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Riviera 14

Aloha 12

Baja 11


BB BAJA, CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD, RIVIERA:

PH ALOHA, CARIBE, RIVIERA:

Penthouse suite

BC ALOHA, RIVIERA: BD ALOHA, BAJA:

with balcony

Balcony two lower beds

Balcony two lower beds

BF BAJA:

Balcony two lower beds

with balcony

BG BAJA:

Balcony two lower beds

Family suite: interconnecting staterooms with balcony

DD EMERALD:

Premium suite with balcony

VS CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

Vista suite

XS DOLPHIN:

D

PLAZA: Oceanview two lower beds

AA DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

EE PLAZA:

AB DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

E

AC DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AD EMERALD: AE DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

Oceanview two lower beds

EMERALD, LIDO: Oceanview two lower beds

G

EMERALD: Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

II

LIDO, RIVIERA: Interior two lower beds

I

ALOHA, RIVIERA: Interior two lower beds

JJ ALOHA, BAJA: J

Interior two lower beds

BAJA, CARIBE: Interior two lower beds

KK CARIBE, DOLPHIN:

Interior two lower beds

DOLPHIN, EMERALD, PLAZA: Interior two

(partially obstructed view)

K

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

L

PLAZA: Interior two lower beds

M

PLAZA: Interior two lower beds

lower beds

FF EMERALD:

Mini-suite with balcony

BA CARIBE, LIDO:

Oceanview two lower beds

EMERALD: Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

GG EMERALD:

Balcony two lower beds

BE BAJA:

PS LIDO:

F

Balcony two lower beds

Owner’s suite with balcony

Balcony two lower beds

Note: Deck plans are for Ruby Princess only. Deck plans for Caribbean, Crown & Emerald Princess may vary.

Caribe 10

Dolphin 9

Emerald 8

Promenade 7

Family suites D105/D101 and D106/D102: Interconnecting staterooms with private balcony; accommodates up to eight persons (D101 and D102 not shown separately) • Will accommodate third and fourth person ▲ Will accommodate third person ° Wheelchair-accessible staterooms are configured with shower only Note: Some areas of the ship are not accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Distances shown are from the bow (forward) to stern (aft) to the nearest stateroom. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information. ◆

Fiesta 6

Plaza 5

FORWARD

OS ALOHA:

Gala 4

AFT

STATEROOM DESCRIPTION

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Golden Princess

Grand Princess

Star Princess

Passenger Capacity: 2,590

Passenger Capacity: 2,590

Passenger Capacity: 2,590

Length: 950 ft

Length: 950 ft

Length: 950 ft

Gross Tonage: 109,000

Gross Tonage: 109,000

Gross Tonage: 109,000

Inaugural Cruise: May 16, 2001

Inaugural Cruise: May 26, 1998

Inaugural Cruise: February 13, 2002

Christened by: Merlisa George (Miss US Virgin Islands), April 17, 2002

Christened by: Olivia de Havilland (Actress), September 29, 1998

Christened by: Gunilla Antonini (wife of Dr. Corrado Antonini, executive chairman of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani), January 25, 2002

AFT

Sun 15

Lido 14

FORWARD

Sports 16

FORWARD

AFT

Sky 17/18

For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Aloha 12

Baja 11


STATEROOM DESCRIPTION

Owner’s suite with balcony

PH SUN, BAJA, CARIBE:

Penthouse suite

with balcony VS CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

Vista suite

with balcony WS FIESTA:

Family suite: interconnecting staterooms with balcony

XS DOLPHIN:

AA DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AB DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AC DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AD EMERALD: AE DOLPHIN:

BD BAJA:

Balcony two lower beds

BE EMERALD:

Balcony two lower beds

BF EMERALD:

Balcony two lower beds

Deluxe oceanview two lower beds

C ALOHA:

Oceanview two lower beds (portholes)

DD EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds

D PLAZA:

Oceanview two lower beds

EE PLAZA:

Oceanview two lower beds

Oceanview two lower beds (partially obstructed view)

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

FF EMERALD:

Mini-suite with balcony

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

F EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

GG EMERALD:

Balcony two lower beds

E EMERALD:

Mini-suite with balcony

BA CARIBE, LIDO:

BC ALOHA, BAJA:

CC SUN:

Window suite, no balcony

Balcony

two lower beds

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

G EMERALD:

II ALOHA, LIDO: I

Interior two lower beds

ALOHA, BAJA: Interior two lower beds

JJ BAJA, CARIBE:

Interior two lower beds

J CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

K PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

L PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

M PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

Balcony two lower beds

Note: Deck plans are for Golden Princess only. Deck plans for Grand and Star Princess may vary.

Caribe 10

Dolphin 9

Emerald 8

Interior two

lower beds

Promenade 7

Family suites D105/D101 and D106/D102: Interconnecting staterooms with private balcony; accommodates up to eight persons (D101 and D102 not shown separately) • Will accommodate third and fourth person ▲ Will accommodate third person ° Wheelchair-accessible stateroom * Two lower beds not convertible to queen; shower only. Note: Some areas of the ship are not accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Distances shown are from the bow (forward) to stern (aft) to the nearest stateroom. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information. ◆

Fiesta 6

Plaza 5

FORWARD

OS SUN, BAJA:

BB ALOHA, CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

Gala 4

AFT

Grand suite with queen-size bed and balcony

GS BAJA:

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Diamond Princess

Sapphire Princess

Passenger Capacity: 2,670

Passenger Capacity: 2,670

Length: 952 ft

Length: 952 ft

Gross Tonage: 116,000

Gross Tonage: 116,000

Inaugural Cruise: March 13, 2004

Inaugural Cruise: June 13, 2004

Christened by: Yoshiko Tsukuda (wife of Kazuo Tsukuda, president of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries), February 26, 2004

Christened by: Nancy Murkowski (First Lady of Alaska), June 10, 2004

AFT

Sports 16

Sun 15

AFT

FORWARD

Sky 17/18

FORWARD

For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Lido 14

Aloha 12

Baja 11


STATEROOM DESCRIPTION

Owner’s suite with balcony

PH BAJA, CARIBE:

Balcony two lower beds

Premium suite

BE BAJA:

Balcony two lower beds

BF BAJA:

Balcony two lower beds

VS CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

Vista suite

with balcony Family suite: interconnecting staterooms with balcony

AA DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AB DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AC DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony Mini-suite with balcony

Mini-suite with balcony

BA CARIBE, LIDO:

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

F EMERALD:

CC BAJA, CARIBE:

Deluxe oceanview two

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

GG EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

G EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

HH EMERALD:

lower beds

XS DOLPHIN:

AE DOLPHIN:

Balcony two lower beds

BD BAJA:

with balcony

AD EMERALD:

BC ALOHA, BAJA:

Penthouse suite with balcony

PS ALOHA, BAJA, CARIBE:

Balcony

two lower beds

DD EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds

D PLAZA:

Oceanview two lower beds

EE PLAZA:

Oceanview two lower beds

Oceanview two lower beds (partially obstructed view)

E EMERALD:

FF CARIBE, EMERALD:

Oceanview two lower beds

(obstructed view)

Balcony two lower beds

II ALOHA, LIDO: I

Interior two lower beds

ALOHA, BAJA: Interior two lower beds

JJ BAJA, CARIBE:

Interior two lower beds

J CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

K PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

L PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

M PLAZA:

Interior two lower beds

Note: Deck plans are for Diamond Princess only. Deck plans for Sapphire Princess may vary.

Caribe 10

Dolphin 9

Emerald 8

Interior two

lower beds

Promenade 7

Family suites D104/D100 and D105/D101: Interconnecting staterooms with private balcony; accommodates up to six persons (D100 and D101 not shown separately) • Will accommodate third and fourth person ▲ Will accommodate third person ° Wheelchair-accessible stateroom * Two lower beds not convertible to queen; shower only. Note: Some areas of the ship are not accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Distances shown are from the bow (forward) to stern (aft) to the nearest stateroom. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information. ◆

Fiesta 6

Plaza 5

FORWARD

OS BAJA:

BB ALOHA, CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

Gala 4

AFT

Grand suite with queen-size bed and balcony

GS BAJA:

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Coral Princess

Island Princess

®

®

Passenger Capacity: 1,970

Passenger Capacity: 1,970

Length: 965 ft

Length: 965 ft

Gross Tonage: 92,000

Gross Tonage: 92,000

Inaugural Cruise: January 3, 2003

Inaugural Cruise: July 12, 2003

Christened by: Mireya Moscoso (President of Panama), January 17, 2003

Christened by: Jaime Salé and David Pelletier (Olympic Gold Medalists), July 11, 2003

AFT

Sun 15

Lido 14

AFT

FORWARD

Sports 16

FORWARD

For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Aloha 12

Baja 11


STATEROOM DESCRIPTION PS CARIBE, DOLPHIN:

Premium suite

BE CARIBE, DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

with balcony VS DOLPHIN:

Vista suite with balcony

AA ALOHA, BAJA, CARIBE:

Mini-suite

with balcony

Balcony two lower beds Balcony two lower beds

Balcony two lower beds (partially obstructed view)

Mini-suite with balcony

AC DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

AD DOLPHIN:

Mini-suite with balcony

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

GG EMERALD:

C

Balcony two lower beds

BB ALOHA:

Balcony two lower beds

two lower beds

Balcony

Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

HH EMERALD:

ALOHA: Interior two lower beds

I

BAJA: Interior two lower beds

EMERALD: Deluxe oceanview two

JJ BAJA, CARIBE:

lower beds

J

CARIBE: Interior two lower beds

K

DOLPHIN, EMERALD, PLAZA: Interior

PLAZA: Oceanview two lower beds

L

PLAZA: Interior two lower beds

Oceanview two lower beds

M

PLAZA: Interior two lower beds

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PLAZA: Interior two lower beds

Oceanview two

lower beds D

EE PLAZA: F

EMERALD: Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

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DD BAJA, EMERALD:

Balcony two lower beds

BD BAJA, CARIBE, DOLPHIN:

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Deluxe oceanview two lower beds

CC DOLPHIN:

Oceanview mini-suite

BA CARIBE:

BC ALOHA, BAJA:

BF EMERALD: BG EMERALD:

BH DOLPHIN, EMERALD:

AB CARIBE, DOLPHIN:

AF BAJA, CARIBE:

Balcony two

lower beds

Interior two lower beds

two lower beds

EMERALD: Oceanview two lower beds

(obstructed view)

• Will accommodate third and fourth person ▲ Will accommodate third person ° Wheelchair-accessible staterooms are configured with shower only Note: Some areas of the ship are not accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Distances shown are from the bow (forward) to stern (aft) to the nearest stateroom. Most interior stateroom entrances face the starboard side of the ship. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information.

Note: Ship features are for Coral Princess only. Features for Island Princess may vary.

Emerald 8

Promenade 7

Fiesta 6

Plaza 5

FORWARD

Dolphin 9

Gala 4

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Caribe 10

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Ocean Princess

Pacific Princess

Passenger Capacity: 680

Passenger Capacity: 680

Length: 592 ft

Length: 592 ft

Gross Tonage: 30,200

Gross Tonage: 30,200

Inaugural Cruise: December 24, 2002

Inaugural Cruise: April 27, 2003

Christened by: Ali McGraw and Ryan O’Neal (Actors), February 16, 2000

Christened by: Gabi Hollows (founding director of Fred Hollows Foundation), December 8, 2002

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Deck 10

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Deck 11

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For detailed deck plans & virtual tours, visit: princess.com/ships

Deck 9

Deck 8


PH DECK 6, 7:

Owner’s suite with balcony

BE DECK 6:

Balcony two lower beds

Balcony two lower beds (partially obstructed view)

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Penthouse suite with balcony

DECK 6: Oceanview two lower beds

(obstructed view)

BF DECK 6, 7:

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DECK 8: Interior two lower beds DECK 7: Interior two lower beds

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Mini-suite with balcony

CC DECK 7:

Deluxe oceanview two lower beds

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AB DECK 8:

Mini-suite with balcony

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DECK 6: Deluxe oceanview two lower beds

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DECK 7: Interior two lower beds

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Mini-suite with balcony

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DECK 4: Oceanview two lower beds

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DECK 4, 6: Interior two lower beds

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DECK 4: Oceanview two lower beds

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DECK 4: Interior two lower beds

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DECK 3: Oceanview two lower

BA DECK 6, 7, 8:

Balcony two lower beds

BB DECK 7:

Balcony two lower beds

BC DECK 7:

Balcony two lower beds

BD DECK 6:

Balcony two lower beds

beds (portholes) Oceanview two lower beds (obstructed view)

GG DECK 6:

Note: Ship features are for Ocean Princess only. Features for Pacific Princess may vary.

Deck 7

Deck 6

Deck 5

° Wheelchair-accessible stateroom; shower only • Will accommodate third and fourth person Will accommodate third person Note: Some areas of the ship are not accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Distances shown are from the bow (forward) to stern (aft) to the nearest stateroom. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Balconies may have either solid steel or toughened glass railing. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for more information.

Deck 4

Deck 3

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OS DECK 6, 7, 8:

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STATEROOM DESCRIPTION

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Plan your vacation

Princess eZAir

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You can now seamlessly coordinate air and cruise travel SM

arrangements through our innovative Princess eZAir service, with real-time, competitively-priced flights that complement your cruise itinerary. And unlike other major air booking SM

websites, Princess eZAir also protects you in the event of an airline delay with Next Port Protection — if you miss your cruise embarkation due to an airline delay or service disruption,

Now that you’ve dreamed of your cruise vacation,

Princess will work with the airline to provide flights to the next

let Princess® provide everything you need to help

appropriate port at no additional air cost to you. It’s part of

you begin planning.

our continuing commitment to make your vacation as carefree as possible.

Some of the advantages of Princess eZAir include: SM

Competitive rates Choose from a selection of flight options in real-time with prices comparable to most major airline retailers. Next Port Protection Take comfort in knowing that Princess is available 24 hours a day to help route you to the next appropriate port if your flight is delayed or cancelled — at no extra air cost to you. Two pricing options Choose from two pricing options based on your travel needs: Flexible — for those less certain of their travel arrangements, or Restricted — with typically lower rates for those with more certainty in their travel plans. And, you can compare both pricing options side-by-side to determine what option best matches your travel needs. SM

To learn more about Princess eZAir, contact your We have a selection of programs and features —

travel agent, call 1-800-PRINCESS or visit princess.com.

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from Princess eZAir and travel protection programs to Princess Luggage Valet* — that make your vacation

Princess Luggage Valet*

as smooth as possible. You can simply relax and leave the details to us.

Begin your vacation with Princess ® Luggage Valet service. It’s the ultimate

Princess eDocs

in convenience — your luggage is delivered from your home or office to

Princess is excited to offer our booked guests one of the most convenient and comprehensive online resources for learning about and planning for their cruise — eDocs.

PRINCESS

LUGGAGE

VALET

your stateroom. No more hauling suitcases through airports or standing around at baggage claims. Your luggage can be shipped home to you at the

From the time you first book your voyage through to

end of your vacation. It’s a great way to make the beginning

departure, you’ll have access to an array of information

and conclusion of your luxurious journey even more carefree.

arriving conveniently by email and right to your computer! With eDocs, you’ll receive personalized pre-cruise emails with everything you need to know before you go. Print

Call us today to reserve at 1-800-399-7350 (U.S. and Canada), email us at luggagevalet@princesscruises.com, or visit princess.com for more information.

important documents for your voyage with eTickets — including your Travel Summary, Passage Contract and Boarding Pass and Luggage Tags.* * Once your booking has been made, just visit the Cruise Personalizer ® at princess. com and fill out the required voyage information. You can even download the fun Princess Countdown Connection

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clock widget for your desktop, create your own customized shore excursion eBook and much more.

* Princess Luggage Valet is provided by DHL Worldwide Express and Federal Express. DHL Worldwide Express and Federal Express are independent companies and are not owned or operated by Princess. Princess reserves the right to modify or withdraw this service at any time. Additional terms and conditions apply. ** Boarding Pass and Luggage Tags may be printed no earlier than 75 days prior to sailing.


Princess Medical Centers

Princess Access

Princess Cruises medical centers are staffed by fully registered

We want every Princess guest to have an exceptional vacation,

and licensed doctors and nurses who are available 24 hours

and we go to great lengths for our passengers with disabilities.

a day in case of an emergency. Our facilities are well

Onboard every Princess ship, you’ll find wheelchair accessible

equipped to deal with both minor injuries and most major

staterooms, “All-in-One Kits” with TTY, Assistive Listening

medical conditions.

Devices, Braille signage and Dragon reader available in all

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Internet Cafés. All Princess Cruises medical facilities proudly hold the distinction of being the only medical

Service animals are always

services in the cruise industry to have been

welcome. For more information

awarded accreditation to international

about Princess Access

healthcare standards as well as certification to ISO 9001:2008.

services and resources, visit the

Our Medical Centers also meet or exceed the cruise ship

Passengers with Special Needs

medical standards established by the American College of

section of our Cruise Answer

Emergency Physicians.

Place on princess.com. Or call

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1-800-PRINCESS or your travel agent.

Discover one of the best youth programs at sea

Ages 3 to 7 Our youngest guests enjoy art activities, movies, talent shows, educational workshops,

Princess ® wants our vacations to be equally wonderful for guests of

ice cream parties, T-shirt coloring, pizza parties and much more.

all ages — which is why we offer one of the best youth programs at sea. Your children will discover a

Ages 8 to 12

fabulous array of venues, activities and entertainment for children and teens ages 3 to 17.

Pre-teens will delight in PlayStation® and Nintendo Wii,® scavenger hunts, sports

Our supervised Youth and Teen

competitions, dance parties, our exciting

Centers offer everything from arts

Jr. CHEF@Sea program and more.

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and crafts to educational programs to sports competitions, age appropriate for each of three age groups. A list of activities is delivered to your stateroom each day during your voyage.

Note: Youth centers not available on Ocean Princess and Pacific Princess. Youth and teen programs are available when at least 20 passengers ages 3-17 are sailing.

Ages 13 to 17 Teens can get together for late-night movies, dance parties, hip-hop dance classes, teen makeovers, mocktail workshops and more.

For details on our Youth and Teen programs, visit princess.com/youthandteens

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Protect Your Vacation Investment

Princess Vacation Protection ®

You never know what might put your vacation investment at risk. The last thing you want to think about is what would happen if you became ill or injured while away from home. Fortunately, Princess Vacation Protection can protect you from unforeseeable losses stemming from an array of circumstances, and even allows you to cancel your vacation for any reason at all. This program, like many travel protection programs, will refund 100% of your otherwise nonrefundable cancellation fees in the event of a covered emergency. Yet unlike similar programs, Princess Vacation Protection allows you to cancel your vacation no matter what the reason. Even if the reason for your cancellation does not qualify you for a full refund under the plan, you will still receive 75% of the nonrefundable fees in the form of a credit toward your next Princess vacation. That’s a service unique to Princess Vacation Protection. And for those wanting even more peace of mind, Princess Platinum Vacation Protection doubles the limits of certain benefits and increases the voluntary cancellation credit to 100% of the nonrefundable fees. While both programs come with lost baggage protection, Princess Platinum Vacation Protection will even double those limits if your luggage is lost. Additionally, as a special benefit for Platinum and Elite Captain’s Circle members in the U.S. and Canada, if you purchase Princess Vacation Protection at the standard rate, Princess will purchase an upgrade to Princess Platinum Vacation Protection automatically on your behalf. So protect your investment with Princess Vacation Protection or Princess Platinum Vacation Protection.

Frequently Asked Questions Q: Am I covered by my Princess Vacation Protection plan if my mother, who is not traveling with me, develops pneumonia and I have to cancel my trip to care for her? A: Yes. Princess will refund the cancellation fees (up to the full value of the cruise or cruisetour) if you cancel your trip because of a specified reason such as illness or death of the participant, a traveling companion or immediate family member of the participant. Q: If I have a heart condition and am on continuing medication, will I be covered under the pre-existing conditions exclusion if my heart condition flares up during my vacation? A: Yes. Your trip cancellation protection and medical coverage are subject to a pre-existing condition exclusion that applies if an injury, sickness or other condition affecting you, a traveling companion or an immediate family member booked to travel with you first manifests itself or changes within the 60-day period before protection begins. So, if you have no change in your health (even if you are on continuous unchanged medication) in the 60 days prior to purchasing Princess Vacation Protection, pre-existing conditions are not excluded. Q: Is there anything else I should know about the pre-existing conditions exclusion? A: Rest assured, your coverage for emergency evacuation is not affected by the pre-existing conditions exclusion. Also, if you do not qualify for cash reimbursement for your cancellation due to the pre-existing condition, you will have the benefit of cancel-forany-reason protection from Princess. Q: If my pet becomes ill and I have to cancel my trip as a result, will I be covered by my Princess Vacation Protection policy? A: Although you would not qualify for cash reimbursement, as an added feature for purchasing Princess Vacation Protection, Princess will provide a credit toward a future cruise equal to 75% of the cancellation fees imposed (100% with the Platinum plan) if you choose to cancel for an uncovered reason.


Section I: Offered by Princess Cruises* Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption/Trip Delay Reimbursement If you purchase Princess Vacation Protection, Princess will provide a 100% refund of otherwise nonrefundable cancellation fees in the event that you must cancel due to a covered illness, injury, or other specified event affecting you, an immediate family member, or your traveling companion.

Cancellation for any reason With Princess Vacation Protection, you can cancel your vacation for any reason at all, and if the reason for your cancellation does not qualify for cash reimbursement, Princess will provide 75% of the nonrefundable cancellation fees in the form of a credit good toward your next cruise with Princess. This is not available in third-party policies. When you upgrade to Princess Platinum Vacation Protection, you’ll receive future cruise credits of 100% of your nonrefundable cancellation fees when canceling your cruise for a reason that does not qualify for a full refund.

Special Enhancements You will also receive a refund for these nonrefundable charges in the case of a covered cancellation of your Cruise Plus Hotel Package or air arrangements booked through Princess, even though your plan cost is based on the cruise fare only.

Trip Delay Reimburses up to $500 for covered expenses if a guest is delayed en-route to their Princess Cruise/ Cruisetour Vacation for stated reasons, and up to $1,500 for delays en-route from their Cruise/ Cruisetour Vacation. (Maximum $1,500 total combined limit.) * For New York residents, Section I Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption and Trip Delay benefits are underwritten by Virginia Surety Company, Inc.

Section II: Underwritten by Virginia Surety Company, Inc., under plan number HTP04192 with travel assistance services provided by On-call International Medical coverage Medicare and many private insurance plans do not provide coverage outside the United States. With Princess Vacation Protection, you will be reimbursed up to $10,000 USD in medical expenses for any illness or injury first occurring during your trip. Double your coverage up to $20,000 USD with Princess Platinum Vacation Protection.

Emergency medical evacuation coverage In extreme cases, you might need to be airlifted to an appropriate medical facility. Expenses of up to $25,000 USD for emergency evacuations are covered with our standard plan and up to $50,000 USD with our Platinum plan. Medicare and many private insurance plans do not offer this benefit, which is highly recommended for foreign travel.

Double your coverage When you upgrade to Princess Platinum Vacation Protection, you will receive double the standard coverage for medical expenses, emergency evacuation and lost baggage claims. You’ll also receive future cruise credits of 100% of your nonrefundable cancellation fees when canceling your cruise for a reason that does not qualify for a full refund.

Lost baggage protection With our standard plan, you will be reimbursed up to $1,500 USD for baggage or other personal property that is lost, stolen or damaged during your trip. Princess Platinum Vacation Protection doubles your reimbursement up to $3,000 USD.

Baggage delay protection coverage If your bags are delayed more than 24 hours at the start of your vacation, Princess Vacation Protection will reimburse up to $500 USD per person for any personal items you may need to purchase.

Worldwide emergency assistance Princess Vacation Protection provides you with a 24-hour hotline for medical, legal and lost travel document assistance worldwide.

Age restriction-free coverage While some plans base their rates on the age of the traveler, Princess Vacation Protection does not.

Buy early for full protection Trip cancellation and medical coverage are subject to a pre-existing condition exclusion that applies if an injury, sickness, or other condition affecting you, a traveling companion or an immediate family member booked to travel with you first manifests itself or changes within the 60-day period before you purchase the plan. So, the sooner you purchase the coverage, the more likely it is that any illness would be covered. While your Princess Vacation Protection plan cost may be paid at any time between deposit and final payment, trip cancellation protection takes effect only upon payment of the plan. To purchase early, make sure to request that the plan cost be paid with your deposit. Payment of your cruise deposit alone will not activate the plan. Princess Vacation Protection is available for 8% of cruise fare (with a minimum plan cost of $39). Platinum Protection is available for an additional 4% of cruise fare (a total of 12% with a minimum plan cost of $59) for fares up to $2,499. Lower rates apply to cruise fares over $2,500. Note that plan cost is subject to change. IMPORTANT NOTE: This is just a summary of the plan. Please refer to the Plan Description in the Princess Vacation Protection information pamphlet at princess.com, which contains the complete details of the terms, conditions, eligibility requirements and exclusions, including the pre-existing condition exclusion and other applicable limitations. Princess is not an insurer. Any such insurance is provided and administered by an independent contractor. The Princess Vacation Protection information pamphlet is available from your travel agent, princess.com or by calling 1-800-PRINCESS. Please contact your travel agent or BerkelyCare, the independent administrator of Princess Vacation Protection, at 1-877-846-8833 with any questions. The insurance coverages in Section II, and for NY residents only trip cancellation, trip interruption and trip delay benefits in Section I are underwritten by the Virginia Surety Company, Inc., plan number HTP04192. Princess Vacation Protection is provided in addition to any applicable insurance or indemnity programs, where permitted by law, and shall apply only after benefits have been paid. Trip cancellation protection takes effect only upon payment of your Princess Vacation Protection plan cost. All other benefits are effective upon your departure for your trip. This plan was designed and is administered by BerkelyCareSM. IN CALIFORNIA: BerkelyCareSM is a service mark of Aon Direct Insurance Administrators, CA Insurance License # 0795465. IN ALL OTHER STATES: BerkelyCareSM is a Division of Affinity Insurance Services, Inc. in all states other than CA., except: AIS Affinity Insurance Agency, Inc. in MN and OK and AIS Affinity Insurance Agency in NY.

Earn onboard rewards as you spend! Enjoy incredible benefits with the Princess Rewards ® Visa ® Card. Use your card for everyday purchases and earn Princess Points redeemable for FREE* cruises (no blackout dates), cruise discounts, airfare discounts, Lotus Spa ® treatments and other onboard amenities. • Earn 5,000 bonus points upon first qualifying purchase** • Earn one point for every dollar spent and DOUBLE POINTS on qualifying Princess purchases**

Don’t wait — start earning points TODAY! Apply at princessvisa.com/PC31 or call 1-866-585-7043 and reference code PC31 The Princess Rewards Visa Card is issued by Barclays Bank Delaware. * Offer subject to credit approval. The Princess Rewards Program offers Cardholders the opportunity to earn rewards towards discounted, reduced, and even free cruise redemptions. Taxes and fees apply. ** Cardholders will be responsible for all charges incurred in connection with their cruise (including travel to port of departure). Additional charges may include but are not limited to gratuities, onboard purchases, and other charges. Other cruise related redemption options are available such as onboard spa experience and merchandise offers. Restrictions apply. Please visit princessvisa.com/PC31 to review full program terms and conditions details.

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Tips for your trip Whether this is your first or fourteenth trip with Princess, you probably have several questions about the adventures awaiting you in port and onboard ship. So we’ve compiled a few of the most common travel questions you might have, to help you prepare for your trip. Cool, temperate, hot…? What type of weather conditions can you expect during your getaway with Princess? Check the handy guide at princess.com. Click the link to “Prepare for Your Cruise,” and scroll down to “Cruise Answer Place — What to Bring?” A convenient chart of “high-low temperatures” by destination will help you figure out just the right items to pack. Of course, it’s always a good idea to bring layers of clothing — perfect for any unexpected change in temperature. It’s usually helpful to take along sunglasses and sunscreen, as well as a swimsuit for dipping into our onboard pools — no matter whether you’re going to a warm or cool climate. For destinations noted for their precipitation, it’s important to include an umbrella or extra windbreaker. Boutiques onboard Treasures await your browsing eye in the Boutiques Onboard. So be sure to leave plenty of room in your luggage for purchases you make in our duty-free shipboard boutiques. Princess offers a 5-year guarantee on all fine jewelry purchases. Shopping ashore If you want to shop onshore, check the port maps for a list of suggested stores. Any bargainer worth his or her salt will love this onshore luxury. There’s a shopper’s guarantee for registered purchases at recommended stores. How do I reserve tours? You’ll enjoy a choice of guided tours in every port of call, each highlighting great places to sightsee, shop and experience local culture. For your convenience, tours may be reserved 120 days in advance on a first-come, first-served basis, or they can be purchased onboard based on availability. You can view tour descriptions and reserve your tours online by going to princess.com and selecting the Cruise Personalizer.® Please note that space is limited on some tours. Onboard, the ship’s shore excursion staff can also answer any other questions you may have and help you with additional arrangements. Shore Excursions are operated by local, independent companies, not by Princess, and Princess gets a commission on all tours sold.

What to bring What should I wear on the ship? You should dress for cruising the same way you would for any stylish land-based resort. Casual sportswear, including shorts, lightweight pants, and jogging suits are the order of the day both at sea and onshore in hotter climates. Just remember to bring a sweater or jacket for cool evenings. For evening dining, there are two designations for dress codes in our dining rooms: Smart Casual and Formal. When evening dress is Smart Casual, passengers dress as they would for a fine restaurant at home. Appropriate attire includes skirts/dresses, slacks, and sweaters or blouses for ladies and pants and open-neck shirts for men. Inappropriate dinner wear such as pool or beach attire, shorts, ball caps and casual jeans (with fraying and/or holes), is not permitted in the dining rooms. Shoes must be worn at all times. On formal nights, appropriate attire includes evening gowns and cocktail dresses for ladies, and tuxedos, slacks with dinner jackets, or suits for men. Princess offers formal wear rental on all itineraries and this can be arranged prior to your cruise. For shore excursions, you’ll want to bring a sweater, a light jacket, or an all-weather coat, depending on your destination. Due to unpredictable weather, don’t forget a hat or visor and a collapsible umbrella. Please be sure to wear proper clothing for visits to religious sites. You’ll also want low-heeled, rubber-soled shoes for strolling on deck, as well as comfortable walking shoes or sandals to wear while exploring ashore. LENGTH OF CRUISE

# OF FORMAL EVENINGS

# OF SMART CASUAL EVENINGS

2-6 Days

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1-5

7-13 Days

2

5-11

14-20 Days

3

11-17

21-28 Days

4

17-24

5 minimum

24+

29 Upwards

Note: Dress code is subject to change with the ship’s itinerary. The above is a general guide. The dress code suggested in the Princess Patter may vary from time to time.

What documents do I bring? You’ll need your cruise Boarding Pass or Travel Summary, and airline tickets or airline eTicket receipts. In addition, you should bring with you a copy of the Cruise Passage Contract. All passengers, including children, must travel with a passport, valid for at least six months from the end of the cruise. You must also present vaccination certificates and other health documents if required

for your particular ports of call. If you don’t have the proper documentation, you will be prevented from boarding the flight or vessel without refund of the cruise fare and/or airfare, and you will be subject to any fine or other costs incurred by Princess. Please consult your travel agent for full details regarding documentation, as it is your obligation to determine what documents will be necessary. Remember your medical insurance ID card and travel insurance information as well. If you are traveling with children, please refer to the “Children” section under General Information for additional document requirements. Taking care of business What does the price include? Your comprehensive cruise fare includes onboard accommodations, ocean transportation, meals, some nonalcoholic beverages and most entertainment. Excluded are meals at some alternative dining venues, meals on hosted land tours unless noted otherwise, transfers and items of a personal nature such as, but not limited to, spa services, shore excursions, beverages and some snacks, photographs, gratuities, discretionary hotel and dining charges and medical services. Do I need cash on my vacation? Yet another convenience of cruising with Princess is being able to sign for all of your shipboard expenses, excluding stamps. Casino chips, slot tokens and bingo cards can also be obtained on a casino room charge (for a nominal fee). You’ll receive an itemized statement of all charges the night before disembarkation, and having registered your credit card at embarkation, your onboard account will automatically be settled on the day you disembark with no need to wait in line. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, Diners Club, Carte Blanche and American Express/Optima. U.S. currency, Canadian currency, British currency, Euro currency and traveler’s checks are also accepted. Those paying by traveler’s checks or cash will be required to leave a $300 USD per person cash deposit with the Pursers/Passenger Services Desk at the beginning of the cruise. Cruisetour passengers will find that traveler’s checks and major credit cards are widely accepted in most ports of call. When will I receive my documents? Only Princess eTickets offers you the freedom and flexibility to access your booking details any time you want. Upon confirmation of your booking, you can use the Cruise Personalizer at princess.com to review the Passage Contract, view your reservation,

complete all required Passenger Immigration information and provide an email address so that we may communicate important pre-cruise information with you. At approximately 120 days prior to the voyage departure date, via the Cruise Personalizer, you will have access to view and reserve the shore excursions offered and book Lotus Spa® appointments available on your voyage. As part of our ongoing commitment to service innovation, Princess no longer mails pre-cruise documents. Instead, to help you plan for your vacation, you will receive a coordinated series of pre-cruise emails. Each email includes customized information about your reservation, interactive content, links to the Cruise Personalizer and Cruise Answer Place at princess.com as well as other helpful advice. Your Travel Summary may be viewed and printed at anytime. Your may print your Boarding Pass and personalized luggage tags within 75 days of sailing once your booking is paid in full and all required passenger immigration information has been provided. Also at this time you will be able to view air details if purchased through Princess. Any additional documents such as airline eTicket receipts or paper air tickets, etc., may be sent via fax, mail or email to your travel agent approximately 14 days prior to departure. If you do not have Internet access, your travel agent may assist you in securing the necessary information or call 1-800-PRINCESS (800-774-6237) for assistance. Do you provide Express Check-Out? Like the finest hotels, Princess offers a quick and easy check-out service onboard. Just register your credit card at embarkation or at the Pursers/ Passenger Services Desk as early as possible during your cruise. What is the discretionary Hotel and Dining charge? During your cruise, you will meet many members of our staff in a variety of locations as they provide you with impeccable service. Additionally, many more crew behind the scenes support those who serve you directly. To save you the worry of who to tip and how much, Princess makes it easier for you to reward excellent service by automatically adding a discretionary Hotel and Dining charge of $11 USD for suites and mini-suites, and $10.50 USD for all other staterooms per passenger per day (including children) to your shipboard account on a daily basis. The Hotel and Dining charge will be shared amongst all those who help provide and support your cruise experience, including the waitstaff,


stateroom stewards and housekeeping staff, buffet stewards, food production staff, galley staff and others. (Casino dealers and Lotus Spa personnel do not share in the Hotel and Dining charge as not all passengers utilize these services.) Valid at time of printing.

can rely on us to pull out all the stops. Simply have your travel agent advise us of such occasions at least three weeks prior to departure, and we’ll be happy to spotlight your event in the dining room or with special packages (some charges may apply).

What is the Bar and Wine charge? A 15% charge is automatically added to your bar charges and dining room wine account. This is shared amongst the beverage staff and their support staff, including cleaners and utility staff.

Are there babysitters onboard? Although private babysitting is not available on any ship, group kidsitting is available for children ages 3-12 between the hours of 10 p.m.-1 a.m. in the Youth Center on select vessels. The charge is $5 USD per hour, per child. Complimentary supervised activities are available in port from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. for youth passengers ages 3-17. Due to limited facilities, group kidsitting is not available on Pacific, Ocean and Royal Princess.

Do you offer travel insurance? We strongly recommend the purchase of Princess Vacation Protection travel protection, which covers up to the full value of your trip in case you need to cancel or interrupt your trip. There will be no refund of cancellation or interruption fees by Princess. You must recover such fees from Princess Vacation Protection or other travel protection. For a more complete description of this program, please refer to the Vacation Protection section of this brochure. Additionally, you will want to reference the Princess Vacation Protection information pamphlet for a full listing of the coverage provided. Please contact your travel agent for current rates. How do I make arrangements for dining room seating and special diets? Seating arrangements in the dining room are made by request on a first-come, first-served basis. To request Anytime Dining,SM Traditional first or second seating, special diets, or seating with a specific party, it is best to have your travel agent request your arrangements at the time of booking. Your dining arrangements will be shown on your Travel Summary. What about clearing customs? At the end of your cruise, customs and immigration inspectors will review your customs declaration form, on which you are to list all of the dutiable articles bought in foreign ports or in the ship’s boutique. U.S. residents returning to the United States are allowed a duty-free exemption of $800 USD per person, which includes the cost of one liter of alcoholic beverages, if purchased ashore, for each passenger over 21 years of age. Canadian citizens, when out of the country for seven days or more, may bring back up to $750 CAD duty-free. It is recommended that passengers keep their sales receipts handy for declaring their purchases. Food items should not be landed in U.S. ports. Extra services What about celebrations at sea? When you cruise with Princess, every day is a celebration. But if you’re planning to travel during an anniversary, birthday, honeymoon or other specific event, you

How can I be reached at sea? To provide greater peace of mind while you’re away from home, give friends and relatives the following information on how to telephone you. Call 1-900-329-SHIP from the United States or 1-900-565-2800 from Canada. Note that 900-number telephone services are not available from all areas, and may not be accessible on your home phone. For calls originating outside the United States or Canada, please visit princess.com/answer/ready.html for dialing instructions. Calls can also be charged to a credit card in both the United States and Canada by dialing 1-877-656-7447. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card (not Canadian) are all accepted. The cost for each call is $8.95 USD per minute or $11.95 CAD per minute. The 900 service can be used to call or fax the ship. Please include passenger name and cabin number to ensure quick delivery. Safety first Princess Cruises’ highest priority is the safety and well being of our passengers and crew. To support this, our ships are fitted with modern equipment and technology, and we have strong safety standards in areas such as crew training, safety systems and equipment, emergency response, fire prevention and detection, emergency evacuation, and accident prevention. To ensure our safety standards are met, we have comprehensive internal auditing processes, and we work closely with the U.S. Coast Guard, our Flag States and other maritime authorities around the world. All Princess ships meet or exceed the safety regulations set forth by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) through its Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention. Through Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), Princess is active at the IMO and helps to shape International regulations in a number of areas of safety.

Protecting the environment

Staying healthy

Princess makes its living on the oceans, and therefore we are committed to environmental practices that will help preserve the marine environment in which we operate. We work closely with the regulatory and enforcement organizations that govern the cruise industry’s environmental practices to ensure that our policies meet or exceed environmental regulations. Princess has invested millions of dollars fitting and developing waste management and garbage disposal technology including advanced waste water treatment systems and ballast water treatment systems. Princess was also the first cruise line to equip its ships to use “shore power” — turning off ship engines in port and instead using surplus power generated on shore, thereby reducing air emissions in ports equipped with this technology.

Norovirus is the most common cause of gastroenteritis in the developed world. As your heath and safety is our highest priority, we have taken numerous measures to prevent and contain illness on our ships that meet or exceed standards set by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All of our onboard medical centers hold the distinction of being the first and only facilities in the industry to be accredited to internationally recognized healthcare standards and certified to ISO 9001:2000. Our onboard medical centers are staffed by full-time British registered doctors and nurses.

Definitions of port duration times Duration

Arrival definition

Departure definition

Full Day

Arrival at or before 10 AM

Departure between 3 PM (including 3 PM) and 8 PM (not including 8 PM)

Full Day & Evening

Arrival at or before 10 AM

Departure at or after 8 PM but before daylight the next day (approximately 7 AM)

Full Day & Overnight

Arrival at or before 10 AM

Departure: Ship stays overnight past 7 AM the following day

Half Day - Morning

Arrival at or before 10 AM

Departure before 3 PM (not including 3 PM)

Half Day - Afternoon

Arrival after 10 AM (not including 10 AM)

Departure between 3 PM (not including 3 PM) and 8 PM (not including 8 PM)

Half Day & Evening

Arrival after 10 AM (not including 10 AM)

Departure at or after 8 PM but before daylight the next day (approximately 7 AM)

Half Day & Overnight

Arrival after 10 AM (not including 10 AM)

Departure: Ship stays overnight past 7 AM the following day

Full Day Scenic Cruising

A significant cruise feature/ scenic cruising that commences at or before 10 AM

Concludes at or after 3 PM

Morning Scenic Cruising

A significant cruise feature/ scenic cruising that commences at or before 10 AM

Concludes before 3 PM (not including 3 PM)

Afternoon Scenic Cruising

A significant cruise feature/ scenic cruising that commences after 10 AM (not including 10 AM)

Concludes at or after 3 PM

Evening

Arrival after 4 PM (not including 4 PM)

Departure up to daylight hours on following day

Service Call

Utilized for various service calls and overland tour drop-off events (e.g., Hellesylt, Norway)

A port call where the total duration is four hours or less. Access to shore may be limited to shore excursion participants only or restricted

Port duration times are subject to change.

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General information “Princess” or “Princess Cruises” as used herein refers to and means the “Carrier” as defined in the Passage Contract. Transportation of passengers and baggage on Princess ships is provided by the Carrier and is governed by the terms and conditions of the Passage Contract, which represents the entire agreement between the Carrier and the passenger. It is important that you carefully read the entire Passage Contract, a copy of which is available on our website, princess.com, or which may be obtained from your travel agent or Princess Cruise Lines, Ltd., and which sets forth the rights and responsibilities of Princess and the passenger. Upon booking the cruise, you explicitly agree to the terms of the Passage Contract. Princess vessels are registered in Bermuda and the United Kingdom and are operated as specified in the Passage Contract. Fares. Lead-in Launch Fares are based on the lowest category stateroom for each category type. Launch fares and other amounts shown are quoted in U.S. dollars unless stated otherwise; are available in North America only; are per person based on double occupancy (except single-occupant staterooms); and represent the lead-in introductory fares and are subject to change. “Cruise fares” and “cruisetour fares” include accommodations from the initial point of vessel embarkation to the final point of disembarkation as specified in the travel itinerary (“the itinerary”), and all regular meals and entertainment while onboard. “Cruise fares” and “cruisetour fares” do not include airfare (unless specifically mentioned), transfers (except as noted in the itinerary), shore excursions, sightseeing or meals ashore (except as noted in the itinerary); government fees and taxes; hotel and dining charges; gratuities to ship and airport personnel, waiters, escorts and drivers (except as noted in the itinerary); beverages (not part of the regular menu); laundry service, or any other item of a personal nature. The cruise ticket and hotel packages are valid only for the named passenger and may not be sold or transferred. • Single Occupancy Fares. Deluxe categories 200% of cruise fare. Single rates for standard categories on voyages 6 days or longer are 150% of cruise fare for Caribbean and Mexico trades and 160% of cruise fare for all other trades. Singles rates for voyages less than 6 days is 200% of cruise fare. Deluxe categories by ship are as follows: Caribbean Princess GS-BF, Crown and Emerald Princess OS-BG, Coral and Island Princess PS-C, Dawn, Sea and Sun Princess AA-DD, Diamond and Sapphire Princess GS-CC, Star Princess GS-BF, Golden and Grand Princess GS-CC, Pacific, Ocean and Royal Princess OS-C, Ruby Princess OS-BG. Standard categories by ship are as follows: Caribbean Princess C-M, Crown and Emerald Princess C-M, Coral and Island Princess DD-N, Dawn, Sea and Sun Princess D-N, Diamond and Sapphire Princess DD-M, Star Princess C-M, Golden and Grand Princess C-M, Pacific, Ocean and Royal Princess D-L, Ruby Princess DD-M. • Combination Cruise Credit. Two sailings may be linked together to receive a combination cruise discount on select sailings. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for credit amounts. • Third and fourth person. Special third- and fourth- person fares are available. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for fares. • Cruisetours. Cruisetour stateroom upgrade fares are available. Call 1-800-PRINCESS for upgrade amounts. Fuel Supplement. A fuel supplement may be imposed on all passengers and is subject to change. At the time of printing, no fuel supplement is in effect. However, Princess reserves the right to impose a fuel supplement of up to $9 per person, per day, if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $70 per barrel, even if the cruise fare has already been paid in full. Lesser or greater fuel supplements may also be imposed on new bookings. Government Fees and Taxes. “Government Fees and Taxes” may include any and all fees, charges, tolls and taxes imposed by U.S. and/or foreign governmental or quasi-governmental authorities, including but not limited to U.S. customs fees, head taxes, Panama Canal tolls, dockage fees, wharfage fees, air taxes, hotel or VAT taxes incurred as part of a land tour, inspection fees, immigration and naturalization fees, and Internal Revenue Service fees, whether assessed on a per passenger, per berth, per ton or per vessel basis. In the case of per ton or per vessel assessments, those

assessments will be spread over the passengers onboard. Government Fees and Taxes are subject to change and Princess reserves the right to collect any increases in effect at the time of sailing, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Fares, Other Charges and Schedules Subject to Change. Every effort will be made to adhere to the specifics shown herein and in the itinerary; however, circumstances may necessitate alterations. All fares for cruises and cruisetours and/or air/sea packages or other charges as well as schedules, port calls, hours of arrival and departure and special programs are subject to change without prior notice. Princess shall not be required to refund any portion of fares or other charges nor make any other compensation under these circumstances. Accordingly, Princess is not responsible for the change or cancellation of any personally scheduled event because of alterations to the itinerary of any cruise or land tour. Any cruise may be canceled by Princess. Rates are published herein and no verbal quote to the contrary or misquotes will be honored. Princess reserves the right to collect any fare increase in effect at the time of sailing, even if the fare has already been paid in full. Reservations. A deposit must be received within 24 hours to three days of booking depending on the departure date. The deposit is 20% of the cruise or cruisetour fare for all voyages excluding the World Cruise and any World Cruise segment longer than 44 days which are 30% of the cruise fare. For passengers booking the Full World Cruise or segments longer than 44 days prior to the second deposit date shown below, the deposit will be split into two payments: Full World Cruise and segments longer than 44 days

2011 Dawn Princess World Cruise

2012 Pacific Princess World Cruise

1st Deposit

10% Initial Deposit

10% Initial Deposit

2nd Deposit

20% due December 1, 2010

20% due June 1, 2011

For combined cruises, a deposit is required for each segment. Deposits are not required for third- or fourthberth passengers. Formal confirmation will be made to the passenger’s travel agent when the deposit is received. For non-holiday sailings 6-29 days, all final payments are due no less than 75 days prior to departure. For coastal cruises 5 days or less, all final payments are due no less than 60 days prior to departure. Final payments for Christmas and New Year’s sailings up to 29 days are due no less than 90 days prior to departure, and sailings 30+ days are due no less than 120 days prior to departure. Bookings made within 120-31 days prior to departure require full payment within 24 hours. Bookings made within 30 days of departure require full payment at time of booking. Staterooms are subject to cancellation if deposit/payments are not received within the periods stated above. Those with a POLAR Online Owner profile can pay for bookings using the secure “Bank Payment” function via onesourcecruises.com. All agent check payments for cruises and cruisetours should be sent to: Princess, Attn: Cash Operations, Post Office Box 913, Santa Clarita, CA 91380 or 24844 Ave. Rockefeller, Santa Clarita, California 91355. All agent credit card payments for cruises should be phoned in to 1-800-421-1700. All agent credit card payments for cruisetours should be phoned in to 1-800-426-0442. We are unable to accept MCOs (Miscellaneous Charge Orders) for payment. Cruise Personalizer. As your prepare for your Princess vacation, you will need to provide us with important information. Please visit the Cruise Personalizer at princess.com and review the Passage Contract, complete all required Passenger Immigration information and provide an email address so that we may communicate important pre-cruise information with you. Airline eTicket receipts or paper air tickets, may be sent via fax, mail or email to your travel agent approximately 14 days prior to departure. If Internet access is not available, your travel agent will assist you in securing the necessary information or call 1-800-PRINCESS for assistance. Digital Documents. As part of our ongoing commitment to service innovation, Princess no longer mails pre-cruise documents. Instead, you will receive a coordinated series of pre-cruise emails. Each email includes customized information about your reservation, interactive content, links to the Cruise Answer Place at princess.com as well as other helpful advice.

Boarding Pass, Travel Summary and Luggage Tags. Your Boarding Pass and Travel Summary verify your passenger status throughout the embarkation process, from port security to cruise check-in. By presenting your Boarding Pass at cruise check-in, you’ll experience an expedited check-in. Your Travel Summary includes your itinerary, travel document/ visa/vaccination requirements and more. If you are unable to print your Boarding Pass, please print your Travel Summary to carry with you to cruise check-in. Personalized luggage tags are now available via the Cruise Personalizer and can be printed from your home computer. Your Travel Summary may be viewed and printed at anytime. Your Boarding Pass and luggage tags may be printed within 75 days of sailing once your booking is paid in full and all required passenger immigration information, including a credit card to establish your onboard account, has been provided. Cancellation of Reservations. Cancellation notices must be received by Princess via telephone or via electronic device through a Princess-authorized Computerized Reservation System (CRS). Changes of sailing date or substitution of passenger names are considered to be cancellations and new bookings. All sailing date changes and name substitutions are subject to space availability and, if accepted, are subject to the rates, discounts, cancellation fees and booking conditions in effect at the time of the change or substitution. Cancellation Fees and Refunds. The following policy applies to cancellations with respect to cruise or cruisetour fare and pre-cruise and post-cruise package charges (“Total Charges”). Days prior to Cruise or Land Package Departure date, whichever comes first

Cruises 5 days or less

Nonholiday 6-29 days

Holiday up to 29 days

30-day + sailings including World Cruise & segments

60 days or more

75 days or more

90 days or more

120 days or more

None

59-43

74-57

89-64

119-90

Deposit Amounts

42-29

56-29

63-43

89-64

50% of Total Charges

28-15

28-15

42-22

63-43

75% of Total Charges

within 14 days

within 14 days

within 21 days

within 42 days

100% of Total Charges

Cancellation Fee

Any refund owed to you will be made directly to your credit card account or your travel agent and you must receive your refund directly from these sources. Some travel agents may, at their discretion, withhold an agency cancellation fee. Princess is not responsible for payments made to the passenger’s travel agent but not received by Princess, or for the passenger’s receipt of any refund which Princess has paid to the passenger’s travel agent. There will be no refund of cancellation or interruption fees by Princess under any circumstances. You must recover such fees from your own insurance or from Princess Vacation Protection/ Princess Platinum Vacation Protection. Cancellation Policy Exception. If you have purchased a specially priced promotion that is 100% non-refundable from the point of payment, you are not entitled to any refund, payment, compensation or credit whatsoever of your cruise or cruisetour fare if you cancel your booking. Air Refunds. Once airfare is paid in full, if air is cancelled, refunds may be available net of: • any air deviation fee paid; • a service fee of $50 per person for voyages in North America or $75 per person for international voyages; • any cancellation fees charged to Princess or passenger by airlines. Refunds will occur after the airline cancellation fees have been assessed. In the event a paper ticket was issued and the air tickets are not returned to Princess, there will be no refund. Princess Vacation Protection. With Princess Vacation Protection, you’ll be covered up to the full value of your trip. Please contact your travel agent for a description of this program and refer to the Princess Vacation Protection information pamphlet for specific details. Rates for Princess Vacation Protection and Princess Platinum Vacation Protection are subject to change without notice. Please contact your travel agent for current rates.

Baggage Handling. Princess makes every effort to assist its passengers in safeguarding their belongings and valuables, but all passengers’ belongings are at owner’s risk at all times. Hand or unlocked baggage, breakables, medicines, travel documents and valuables must be hand-carried by the passenger at all times. Princess is not responsible for money, jewelry, cameras, binoculars, documents or any other articles which you retain in your personal control or stateroom. To protect your valuables, we have provided a safe in each stateroom. For flights within land tours and to and from the ship, weight restrictions on baggage apply. Stateroom Occupancy. Occupancy of any stateroom(s) is limited to the number of berths in that stateroom. Princess reserves the right to limit the number of upper berths and single staterooms sold. Important Notice Concerning Safety. Princess visits a large number of ports in numerous countries around the world. At any given moment there are likely to be “trouble spots” in the world in terms of crime and/or war or terrorist actions. While Princess endeavors to provide reasonable protection for your comfort and safety onboard its ships, Princess cannot guarantee freedom from all risks associated with war, terrorism, crime or other potential sources of harm. The U.S. Department of State and other similar government agencies regularly issue advisories and warnings to travelers giving details of local conditions in specified cities and countries according to such agency’s perception of risks to travelers. We strongly recommend that passengers and their travel agents obtain and consider such information when making travel decisions. Princess reserves the right to make any changes to any itinerary at any time. Travel Agents. Your travel agent acts for you in making the arrangements, including your deposits and payments, for your trip/cruise. Travel agencies are not owned or operated by Princess. We invite you to visit your favorite travel agent to make your Princess reservations or call 1-800-PRINCESS. Travel and Health Documents. Passport and visa requirements and regulations with regard to vaccination certificates and other health requirements for the various embarkation ports may vary by destination and change from time to time. It is the sole responsibility of the passenger to obtain and have available when necessary the appropriate valid travel and health documents such as passports, visas, vaccination certificates, etc., that are necessary for air travel, disembarkation at the various ports of call and re-entry into the appropriate country of origin. Passengers who do not possess the proper documentation will be prevented from boarding the flight or vessel without refund of the cruise or cruisetour fare and will be subject to any fine or other costs incurred by Princess which result from the lack of proper documentation. Passengers should consult their travel agent for full details regarding required documentation. If traveling with minors, please see requirements under Children section. Health, Disability and Wheelchair Notice. Passengers must notify the Princess Fleet Medical Department in writing (fax number 661-753-0121) at the time of booking of any physical or mental illness, disability or other condition that may require medical treatment or render the passenger unfit to travel or which may constitute a risk or danger to the passenger or anyone else onboard the ship. Passengers are requested to notify the Princess Access Office in writing (fax number 661-284-4408) at the time of booking of any condition for which special accommodation or the use of a wheelchair, power wheelchair or scooter is contemplated or necessary. We recommend passengers using a mobility device travel with someone who is able to assist them both ashore and at sea. Some ports of call require tenders to go ashore and may preclude passengers using a wheelchair from leaving the vessel; this decision must be made by the ship’s Captain and is binding. Passengers must bring wheelchairs for their own use on the land portion of a cruisetour and a Cruise Plus hotel package. If you have purchased Princess Flight Choice Air and have any special in-flight requirements like a wheelchair or oxygen, this request must be made directly by you with the air carrier. Not all airlines allow the use of oxygen in-flight. Refusal of Passage and Premature Disembarkation. Passage may be refused to any passenger, and any passenger’s vacation may be terminated at any time, at the risk and expense of the person disembarked,


where the passenger’s behavior, or physical or mental condition renders him or her, in the opinion of the ship’s physician, unfit for travel or a risk or danger to himself or herself or to anyone else onboard the ship. Additionally, the ship’s Captain may refuse transportation to any passenger or may terminate any passenger’s voyage who, in the sole discretion of the ship’s Captain, is believed to be dangerous to himself or others or whose presence onboard causes or may cause disturbances to Princess’ passengers or crew, including those passengers engaging in excessive, disruptive, or obscene behavior. Such passenger may be left at any port or place the ship calls without any liability to Princess. Princess shall not be required to refund any portion of the fare paid by any passenger who must leave the vacation prematurely for any of the reasons set forth above or who voluntarily disembarks or leaves the ship for any other reason, nor shall it be responsible for lodging, medical, meals, return transportation or other expenses incurred by the passenger. Princess reserves the right to refuse to do business with any person. Medical Facilities and Staff. Princess is not a healthcare provider and is not liable for any act or omission of doctors, nurses or other providers of service or those under their orders with respect to the treatment, advice, care or services of any kind given by such persons to any passenger. These medical providers exercise their own medical judgment and expertise. Pregnancy. Princess cannot accept passengers who will have entered the 24th week of pregnancy by the end of the vacation. Children/Age Requirements. Children under six months are not permitted to travel to Alaska, Canada & New England, Caribbean & Mexican Riviera, Europe and Panama Canal. Children under twelve months are not permitted to travel to Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand, Indian Subcontinent, South Pacific, Tahiti, Hawaii, South America and on Transatlantic and Transpacific sailings. Princess reserves the right to restrict the number of those between the ages of six months and 17 years aboard the vessel. All passengers under the age of 21 years must be accompanied by a passenger who is 21 years or older. For family groups booking multiple staterooms, children may sail in a cabin without their parents or guardians, provided one child in the stateroom is a minimum of 16 years of age or older. Please note that notarized written consent for passengers under the age of 18 is no longer required by Princess. However, several countries require special documentation for children traveling without both parents; these requirements are subject to change without notice. It is your responsibility to ensure that you possess the proper documents for all of the countries that you will visit. Please verify requirements with the immigration offices prior to your cruise. Minimum age for escorted cruisetours is 5 years old. Passengers under the age of 18 are not permitted in the disco/nightclub after 11 p.m. Be sure to check with the Youth and Teen Centers for special disco events designed for kids and teens. Pets. We are unable to accommodate any animals onboard the vessel, except for certain service animals of passengers with disabilities. Shore Excursions and Land Tours. These tours are operated by local independent companies. In selling tickets for these optional programs, Princess acts only for other independent companies who provide such programs as independent contractors and from whom Princess gets a commission. Princess shall not be liable for any loss, damage, injury, illness or death arising from or occurring during a shore excursion or tour whether or not such shore excursion or tour was purchased through Princess. Land and Air Arrangements. Princess shall not be liable for any loss, damage, injury, illness, death, cost or delay arising from or in connection with the services and facilities provided by or any act of an independent contractor such as airline, hotel, tour, restaurant, rail or any other transport operator, etc., whether or not such arrangements were made by Princess. Cruisetour and Cruise Plus® Hotel Programs. Prices have been based on exchange rates at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. Princess reserves the right to substitute hotels of similar type and other features of the tour or hotel package. Bookings made for Cruisetours and Cruise Plus Hotel Packages after tickets have been issued

may result in a higher cost due to changes in air reservations. Due to flight arrival times, rooms may not be available upon arrival. Hotel check-in times vary, but are generally between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. unless otherwise stated. Check-out times vary between 10 a.m. and noon. All special requests such as nonsmoking rooms, king-size beds, etc. are at the discretion of the individual hotel property. Every effort is made to accommodate your request, but it cannot be guaranteed. Please note: single occupancy rooms may be quite small, with one twin, and triple occupancy rooms may have one double bed and a rollaway, not recommended for three adults. Hotel loyalty programs are at the discretion of the individual hotel properties. Cruise Plus passengers will forfeit all complimentary hotel overnights which coincide with the Cruise Plus package. Hotels are not owned or operated by Princess. Sightseeing options are subject to change and cancellation due to lack of participation. Land programs require a minimum number of guests to operate. Claims for Injury, Illness or Death/Notice Requirements/Time Limits. Any incident or accident resulting in injury, illness or death to the passenger, whether occurring onboard ship, in connection with pre- or post-cruise accommodations, or during a shore excursion (independent or purchased through Princess), must be reported immediately to a ship’s officer or Princess. Carrier shall not be liable for and no suit shall be maintainable for emotional or bodily injury, illness or death to the passenger unless (A) a written claim with full particulars is presented to carrier within six (6) months of the incident or accident and (B) a lawsuit on such claim is commenced within one (1) year from the date of the emotional or bodily injury, illness or death, whichever comes first, and valid service of the lawsuit is made within ninety (90) days of the suit. In all other cases, no lawsuit may be brought against carrier unless (A) written notice giving full particulars of the claim is delivered to carrier within fifteen (15) days of the actual or scheduled termination of the cruise, whichever comes first, and (B) a lawsuit on such claim is filed within six (6) months from the date of the actual or scheduled termination of the cruise or the cruise cancellation, whichever comes first, and valid service of the lawsuit is made within ninety (90) days of the suit. In certain situations, arbitration will be required. If you choose to sue Princess Cruise Lines, Ltd., all disputes and matters whatsoever against Princess arising out of or relating in any way to your cruise or the booking/cancellation of your cruise shall be litigated by you, if at all, in Santa Clarita or Chatsworth, California. Smoking, Drinking and Gaming. At the time of printing, smoking is allowed in passenger staterooms, balconies and only in designated areas on deck and public rooms. However, show lounges, dining rooms and all food service areas onboard all Princess ships are nonsmoking. Passengers must be 18 (19 while in Alaska) years of age or older to purchase or smoke tobacco onboard all Princess ships. Passengers must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or drink alcohol or gamble onboard all Princess ships at all times. Passengers under 21 years of age are not permitted to purchase or consume alcohol or gamble onboard a Princess vessel. Please note that while Sun Princess and Dawn Princess are deployed in the Australia Market, the age for purchasing and drinking alcohol and gambling is 18 years old. Duty-free alcohol is available for purchase in our gift shops onboard and will be delivered to your stateroom on the last day of your cruise. Alcohol purchased at any port of call may not be consumed onboard. It will be collected at the gangway for safekeeping and delivered to your stateroom on the last day of your cruise, prior to disembarkation. You may bring one bottle of wine and/or champagne onboard to celebrate a special occasion. Wine and/or champagne brought onboard and consumed in the dining rooms or alternative restaurants will be subject to a $15 USD per bottle corkage fee, which is subject to change. eZAir Program and Passenger Transfer Gateway Cities. The availability of the air travel program may be limited from each gateway. Princess reserves the right to withdraw any gateway city without prior notice. eZAir Program Booking Procedures, Identification and Refunds. Passengers purchasing flights under the eZAir Program may select either Flexible or Restricted fares that offer differing levels of flexibility. Passengers booked on restricted fares are required to be paid in full at the time of booking. Passengers

booked on flexible fares must be paid in full no later than the Final Payment due date, as indicated by Princess Cruises’ reservations system. All flights and air pricing are subject to change until full payment is received by Cruise Line. Passenger agrees to contact airline(s) directly to reconfirm flights, any special travel needs, and to obtain seat assignments. Passenger is responsible for verifying that the spelling of names shown on the Flight Information notice match the identification presented at airport check-in (i.e., Passport). All airline tickets are the property of the carrier and must be returned to carrier. Passengers purchasing flights under the eZAir Program may choose their flight and cabin at the time of booking. Passengers will be able to choose from a selection of flights under either the Flexible or Restricted program. Ticketing. Depending on your itinerary, paper air tickets may be required and will be sent under a separate mailing. These tickets must be presented to the airline for travel. Princess may use a charter air service. Airfares used are capacity-controlled, promotional, may be nonrefundable and are subject to change. Princess may issue paper or electronic airline tickets. Airline tickets issued by Princess are highly restrictive and subject to cancellation and change fees. Because of this, you may find that your air ticket cannot be reissued, revalidated, or exchanged for another carrier or routing. Many airlines will charge a fee for one or more checked bags. Please contact the airline in your itinerary for details. Flight Schedules and Changes. Flight schedules may require the use of overnight flights or connections en route to your final destination or cruise departure. Where allowed, a change fee will apply for the following changes: • Changing a passenger’s air city • Changing first and/or last name on air reservations • Flight dates, including canceling a Cruisetour or Cruise Plus Hotel Package that necessitates changing Princess eZAir air arrangements • Removing air from a booking

their original port of embarkation due to airline delay or an airline service disruption, such as flight cancelation or flight re-routes, Princess will work with the airlines to find a reasonable alternative to provide flights to the next appropriate port at no additional air cost to the passenger. Flight Reconfirmation. Most airlines do not require reconfirmation of flights; however, it is strongly recommended that you verify both flight departure times and flight numbers at least 72 hours prior to your departure from home. Princess is not responsible for airline schedule or flight number changes after tickets have been issued. Princess’ Transfer Program. Cruise and cruisetour passengers may purchase transfers from the port city airport to the ship and from the ship to the port city airport. These transfers are priced separately and are available on the turnaround day only. They are available to both FlightChoice passengers and to those passengers who have made independent flight arrangements. All passengers will automatically have transfers included in their bookings. Unused transfers are not refundable. Transfers within the land portion of cruisetours and for Cruise Plus passengers are included. Transfers at both ends of a cruisetour will be charged separately. Note: It is your responsibility to know the local regulations regarding child safety seats or other child restraint systems as well as to provide the appropriate safety device. Failure to do so may result in denied boarding on to the transfer vehicle. Accuracy of Contents. The contents of this brochure are accurate as of the date of printing. Princess reserves the right to change any and all policies or practices described herein. Please refer to the website (princess.com) for up-to-date information. The Passage Contract will at all times govern the rights and responsibilities of Princess and all passengers or cruise purchasers.

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Princess Cruises® 201 1 – 2012 Sailings Schedule at a Glance Caribbean Princess ® January 2011

February 2011

March 2011

April 2011

May 2011

Crown Princess ®

RT Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Jan 2, 16, 30 (7 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 14 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 8, 15, 22, 29 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Jan 3, 16, 29 (13 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 7, 27 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Jan 5, 19 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 3, 17, 31 (14 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

RT from San Juan Jan 9, 23 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Jan 24 (15 days)

Auckland to Sydney Jan 3, 27 (12 days) Sydney to Auckland Jan 15 (12 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Feb 6, 20 (7 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Feb 8 (15 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 5, 12, 19, 26 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Feb 11, 24 (13 days)

Sydney to Beijing Feb 8 (23 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 6, 26 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Feb 2, 16 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 14, 28 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal Adventurer

E. Caribbean Voyager

RT from San Juan Feb 13, 27 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Acapulco Feb 23 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 16 (10 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal Adventurer

Western Caribbean

Round Australia

Southeast Asia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Mar 6, 20 (7 days)

Acapulco to Ft. Lauderdale Mar 5 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 5, 12, 19, 26 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Mar 11 (28 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 8 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Mar 2, 16, 30 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 14, 28 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

RT Panama Canal

RT from San Juan Mar 13, 27 (7 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 15, 25 (10 days)

Beijing to Bangkok Mar 3 (16 days) Bangkok to Beijing Mar 19 (16 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

RT Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

Southeast Asia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

Hawaiian Islands

RT from San Juan Apr 3, 17 (7 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 4 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (7 days)

RT from FL • Apr 7 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Apr 13, 27 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal Adventurer

RT from San Juan Apr 10, 24 (7 days)

Between FL and Acapulco Apr 14, 24 (10 days)

Beijing to Bangkok Apr 4 (16 days) Bangkok to Beijing Apr 20 (16 days)

Bermuda & E. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Western Europe Passage

New Caledonia & Vanuatu

Alaska & Far East

Scandinavia & Russia

Inside Passage

British Isles Passage

San Juan to NY • May 1 (7 days)

FL to SF • May 4 (15 days)

Voyage of the Glaciers

Ft. Lauderdale to London May 7 (15 days)

RT from Sydney May 13 (12 days)

Beijing to Anchorage May 6 (16 days)

RT from Copenhagen May 13, 24 (11 days)

Vancouver to Seattle May 14 (7 days)

FL to London • May 5 (16 days)

Bermuda & E. Caribbean RT from New York May 8, 26 (9 days)

British Isles

World Cruise

Voyage of the Glaciers

Inside Passage

RT from London • May 21 (7 days)

RT from London May 22 (12 days)

RT from Sydney May 25 (104 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver May 21 (7 days) VAN to ANCH • May 28 (7 days)

RT from Seattle May 21, 28 (7 days)

Norwegian Fjords Interlude

RT from NY • May 17 (9 days)

Vancouver to Anchorage May 21 (7 days) Anchorage to Vancouver May 28 (7 days)

Bermuda & E. Caribbean

Voyage of the Glaciers

Iceland, Ireland & Scotland

World Cruise

Voyage of the Glaciers

Scandinavia & Russia

Inside Passage

Canary Islands

RT from New York June 4 (9 days)

Vancouver to Anchorage Jun 4, 18 (7 days) Anchorage to Vancouver Jun 11, 25 (7 days)

RT from London • Jun 3 (12 days)

(Continued)

Anchorage to Vancouver Jun 4, 18 (7 days) Vancouver to Anchorage Jun 11, 25 (7 days)

RT from Copenhagen Jun 4, 15, 26 (11 days)

RT from Seattle Jun 4, 11, 18, 25 (7 days)

RT from London Jun 4 (11 days)

Canada & New England

June 2011

Canada & New England RT from New York Jun 13, 22 (9 days)

Dawn Princess ®

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific RT from Sydney Apr 8 (35 days)

Diamond Princess ®

Emerald Princess ®

Golden Princess ®

S. Caribbean Medley RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 17 (10 days)

E. Caribbean Voyager RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 18, 28 (10 days)

E. Caribbean Voyager RT from FL • Apr 17 (10 days)

N. European Passage Ft. Lauderdale to Copenhagen Apr 27 (16 days)

British Isles RT from London • Jun 15 (12 days)

North Cape & Norwegian Fjords

Bermuda & E. Caribbean

Voyage of the Glaciers

RT from New York Jul 1, 10, 28 (9 days)

Vancouver to Anchorage Jul 2, 16, 30 (7 days) Anchorage to Vancouver Jul 9, 23 (7 days)

Canada & New England RT from New York Jul 19 (9 days)

August 2011

Norwegian Fjords Interlude

Mediterranean & Adriatic RT from London • Jun 29 (17 days)

World Cruise

Voyage of the Glaciers

Scandinavia & Russia

Inside Passage

Norwegian Fjords Interlude

(Continued)

Anchorage to Vancouver Jul 2, 16, 30 (7 days) Vancouver to Anchorage Jul 9, 23 (7 days)

RT from Copenhagen Jul 7, 18, 29 (11 days)

RT from Seattle Jul 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (7 days)

RT from London Jul 16 (7 days)

RT from London Jul 9, 28 (7 days)

British Isles

Mediterranean Adventurer RT from London Jul 23 (14 days)

RT from London Jul 16 (12 days)

Canada & New England

Voyage of the Glaciers

British Isles

World Cruise

Voyage of the Glaciers

Scandinavia & Russia

Inside Passage

Mediterranean Medley

RT from New York Aug 6, 13, 20, 27 (7 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver Aug 6, 20 (7 days) Vancouver to Anchorage Aug 13, 27 (7 days)

RT from London Aug 4, 16 (12 days)

(Continued)

Vancouver to Anchorage Aug 6, 20 (7 days) Anchorage to Vancouver Aug 13, 27 (7 days)

RT from Copenhagen Aug 9, 20, 31 (11 days)

RT from Seattle Aug 6, 13, 20, 27 (7 days)

RT from London Aug 6 (14 days)

Round Australia

Voyage of the Glaciers

RT from Sydney Sep 7 (28 days)

Vancouver to Anchorage Sep 3, 17 (7 days) ANCH to VAN • Sep 10 (7 days)

Iceland, Greenland & British Isles Explorer

Canada & New England

Voyage of the Glaciers

RT from New York Sep 3, 10, 17, 24 (7 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver Sep 3, 17 (7 days) Vancouver to Anchorage Sep 10 (7 days)

Panama Canal

Iceland & Greenland Explorer

Classic Canada & New England New York to Québec City Sep 14 (10 days) Québec City to New York Sep 24 (10 days)

Alaska & Far East

Mediterranean Adventurer RT from London Aug 20 (14 days)

November 2011

December 2011

S. Caribbean Medley

Inside Passage

Mediterranean Adventurer

RT from Seattle Sep 3, 10, 17 (7 days)

RT from London Sep 3 (14 days)

Hawaiian Islands

Mediterranean Medley

RT from Los Angeles Sep 28 (14 days)

RT from London Sep 20 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Sep 29 (10 days)

Fiji & South Pacific

Southeast Asia & China

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Mediterranean & Adriatic

RT from Sydney Oct 5 (14 days)

Beijing to Singapore Oct 10 (16 days) Singapore to Beijing Oct 26 (16 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Oct 9, 29 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Oct 12, 26 (14 days)

RT from London Oct 4 (17 days)

Canada & New England

Panama Canal

RT from New York Oct 1, 8, 15, 22 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Oct 11 (14 days)

Caribbean Islander

Panama Canal

New York to San Juan Oct 29 (10 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Oct 25 (14 days)

Canada & Colonial America

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

Fiji & South Pacific

Southeast Asia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

Hawaiian Islands

Western Europe Passage

RT from San Juan Nov 20 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Nov 8 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 5, 12, 26 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Nov 1, 28 (14 days)

Beijing to Singapore Nov 11 (16 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 8, 28 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Nov 9, 23 (14 days)

London to Ft. Lauderdale Nov 4 (15 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & Asia

E. Caribbean Voyager

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Nov 27 (7 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Nov 22 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 19 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Nov 15 (13 days)

Singapore to Sydney Nov 27 (19 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 18 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 19 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from SJ • Dec 4 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Dec 6 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 3, 17, 31 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Dec 14, 27 (13 days)

Sydney to Auckland Dec 16 (13 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 8, 28 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Dec 7, 21 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 3, 17, 31 (14 days)

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

S. Caribbean Medley

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Dec 20 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 10, 24 (7 days)

Auckland to Sydney Dec 29 (13 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan • Jan 2 (6 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Jan 3, 31 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 7, 21 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Jan 9, 22 (13 days)

Sydney to Auckland Jan 11 (12 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 7, 27 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Jan 4, 18 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 14, 28 (14 days)

RT from San Juan • Jan 8, 22 (7 days)

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

S. Caribbean Medley

S. Caribbean Explorer

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Jan 17 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 14, 28 (7 days)

Auckland to Sydney Jan 23 (12 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

New Zealand

Australia & China

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Feb 5, 19 (7 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Feb 14 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 4, 18, 25 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Feb 4, 17 (13 days)

Sydney to Beijing Feb 4 (23 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 6, 26 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Feb 1, 15, 29 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 11, 25 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

Southeast Asia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

RT from San Juan Feb 12, 26 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Feb 28 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 11 (7 days)

Beijing to Singapore Feb 27 (16 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 16 (10 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

New Zealand

Southeast Asia & China

S. Caribbean Medley

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

RT from San Juan Mar 4, 18 (7 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Mar 13 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 3, 24 (7 days)

RT from Melbourne Mar 1 (13 days)

Singapore to Beijing Mar 14 (16 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 7, 27 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Mar 14, 28 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 10, 24 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

Round Australia

E. Caribbean Voyager

RT from San Juan Mar 11, 25 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Mar 27 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 10, 17, 31 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Mar 16 (28 days)

Beijing to Singapore Mar 30 (16 days)

Classic S. Caribbean

Panama Canal

Southern Caribbean

E. Caribbean Voyager

Hawaiian Islands

Caribbean Collection

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Apr 10 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 7, 21, 28 (7 days)

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific

Southeast Asia & China

RT from San Juan Apr 1, 15, 29 (7 days)

Singapore to Beijing Apr 15 (16 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 6, 26 (10 days)

RT from Los Angeles Apr 11, 25 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 7, 21 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Explorer

Panama Canal

Western Caribbean

Alaska & Far East

S. Caribbean Medley

RT from San Juan Apr 8, 22 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Apr 24 (15 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 14 (7 days)

Beijing to Vancouver May 1 (19 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 16 (10 days)

Classic S. Caribbean RT from San Juan Dec 11, 26 (7 days)

S. Caribbean Holiday

Classic Canada & New England

Copenhagen to Ft. Lauderdale Sep 11 (18 days)

Anchorage to Beijing Sep 24 (15 days)

SF to FL • Sep 29 (15 days)

October 2011

RT from London May 28 (7 days)

RT from London • Jun 15 (14 days)

London to New York Aug 28 (17 days)

September 2011

Iberian Interlude

Spitsbergen & North Cape

RT from London • Jun 27 (12 days)

July 2011

Grand Princess ®

Coral Princess ®

S. Caribbean Explorer

New York to Québec City Oct 4 (10 days) Québec City to Ft. Lauderdale Oct 14 (12 days)

New Zealand RT from Sydney Oct 19 (13 days)

S. Caribbean Medley

Mediterranean Medley

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Oct 19 (10 days)

RT from London Oct 21 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 18 (10 days)

RT from SJ • Dec 18 (8 days)

January 2012

Classic S. Caribbean

RT from San Juan Jan 15, 29 (7 days)

February 2012

March 2012

April 2012

RT from Sydney Apr 13 (35 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 17 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 17 (10 days)

Key: RT-Roundtrip; LA-Los Angeles; FL-Ft. Lauderdale; VAN-Vancouver; ANCH-Anchorage; QUE-Québec City; SEA-Seattle; BAR-Barbados; NY-New York; SFO-San Francisco; SJ-San Juan


Alaska Asia, India & Africa

Australia & New Zealand Canada & New England

Caribbean

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific

Panama Canal

World Cruise

Europe

Mexican Riviera

South America & The Amazon

Coastal Cruise SMALL SHIP CRUISING

Ruby Princess ®

Sapphire Princess ® Sea Princess ®

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 9, 19, 29 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (7 days)

RT from LA • Jan 5 (10 days)

Mexican Riviera RT from Los Angeles Jan 15, 22 (7 days)

Hawaiian Islands RT from LA • Jan 29 (14 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 8, 18 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 6, 13, 20, 27 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Feb 12, 19 (7 days)

Panama Canal

Hawaiian Islands

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Feb 28 (15 days)

RT from Los Angeles Feb 26 (14 days)

Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Mar 15 (15 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Mar 12, 19 (7 days)

Hawaiian Islands

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Mar 30 (15 days)

RT from Los Angeles Mar 26 (14 days)

Grand Caribbean Adventurer RT from Barbados Jan 10 (14 days)

Grand Caribbean Islander

Star Princess ® Antarctica & South America Adventure Buenos Aires to Santiago Jan 9 (17 days)

New Zealand

South China Sea Explorer

Amazon River

Tahiti & Polynesia

RT from Sydney Jan 12, 25 (13 days)

Bangkok to Shanghai Jan 7 (16 days)

Manaus to Ft. Lauderdale Jan 5 (14 days)

RT from Tahiti Jan 8, 18 (10 days)

Shanghai to Bangkok Jan 23 (16 days)

World Cruise

Hawaii & Tahiti

Ft. Lauderdale to Rome Jan 19 (107 Days)

Tahiti to Honolulu Jan 28 (12 days)

Santiago to Rio de Janeiro Jan 26 (14 days)

Grand Caribbean Adventurer

Cape Horn Route to Rio

New Zealand

South China Sea Explorer

World Cruise

Hawaii & Tahiti

Rio de Janeiro to Santiago Feb 9 (14 days)

RT from Sydney Feb 7, 20 (13 days)

Bangkok to Shanghai Feb 8 (16 days)

(Continued)

Honolulu to Tahiti Feb 9 (12 days)

RT from Barbados Feb 7 (14 days)

Grand Caribbean Islander

Santiago to Rio de Janeiro Feb 23 (14 days)

RT from Barbados Feb 21 (14 days)

China & Japan

China & Japan Explorer

World Cruise

Tahiti & Polynesia

RT from Sydney Mar 5 (42 days)

Osaka to Shanghai Mar 8 (12 days)

(Continued)

RT from Tahiti Mar 3 (10 days)

Grand Caribbean Islander

S. Caribbean Medley

RT from Barbados Mar 21 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 24 (10 days)

Grand Caribbean Adventurer

E. Caribbean Voyager

RT from Los Angeles Apr 9, 16, 23, 30 (7 days)

RT from BAR • Apr 4 (14 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 3, 23 (10 days)

Southern Caribbean BAR to FL • Apr 18 (7 days)

S. Caribbean Medley

Panama Canal

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 13 (10 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to San Francisco Apr 25 (15 days)

Mediterranean Passage

Wine Country Coastal

Inside Passage

Roman Passage

Vancouver to Anchorage May 18 (7 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Barcelona May 1 (15 days)

Los Angeles to Vancouver May 7 (7 days)

RT from San Francisco May 10, 20, 30 (10 days)

FL to Rome • May 3 (15 days)

Grand Mediterranean

Inside Passage

Egypt & Aegean RT from Rome • May 18 (12 days)

RT from Seattle May 15, 22, 29 (7 days)

China & Japan Explorer

World Cruise

South Pacific & Andes

Osaka to Shanghai • Apr 1 (12 days)

(Continued)

Sydney to Perth Apr 16 (17 days)

South China Sea Explorer

Tahiti to Ft. Lauderdale Apr 6 (26 days)

South Africa & Indian Ocean Odyssey RT from Perth May 3 (46 days)

Between Rome and Athens May 7, 19 (12 Days)

Mediterranean Collection Rome to Venice May 31 (12 Days)

Inside Passage

Inside Passage

Greek Isles

Treasures of Asia

RT from Seattle Jun 5, 12, 19, 26 (7 days)

RT from San Francisco Jun 9, 19, 29 (10 days)

Venice to Rome Jun 11 (12 days)

Perth to Singapore Jun 18 (11 days)

Greek Isles & Mediterranean

Treasures of Asia

RT from London Jul 2 (18 days)

Sydney to Perth Jul 30 (17 days)

Top of the World Explorer

Rome to Athens • Jul 18 (12 Days)

London to New York Jul 20 (18 days)

Holy Land Athens to Venice • Jul 30 (12 Days)

Southeast Asia Explorer

Fire & Ice Explorer

Mediterranean Collection

RT from Perth Aug 16 (21 days)

New York to London Aug 7 (18 days)

Venice to Rome Aug 11 (12 Days)

Holy Land

Greek Isles

Ireland & Scotland Interlude

Venice to Rome Aug 22 (12 days)

RT from London Aug 25 (7 days)

Greek Isles

RT from San Francisco Jul 9, 19, 29 (10 days)

Venice to Rome Jul 5, 29 (12 days)

Greek Isles & Mediterranean Rome to Venice Jul 17 (12 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver Aug 3, 17, 31 (7 days)

Venice to Barcelona Aug 8 (12 days) Barcelona to Venice Aug 20 (12 days)

RT from Seattle Aug 7, 14, 21, 28 (7 days)

RT from San Francisco Aug 8, 18, 28 (10 days)

Greek Isles & Mediterranean Rome to Venice Aug 10 (12 days)

Voyage of the Glaciers

Grand Mediterranean

Inside Passage

Inside Passage

Greek Isles & Med.

Anchorage to Vancouver Sep 7 (7 days) Vancouver to Anchorage Sep 14 (7 days)

Venice to Barcelona Sep 1 (12 days) Barcelona to Venice Sep 13 (12 days)

RT from Seattle Sep 4, 11 (7 days)

RT from San Francisco Sep 7 (10 days)

Rome to Venice Sep 3 (12 days)

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific

Grand Mediterranean

Pacific Coastal

VAN to LA • Sep 19 (5 days)

California Coastal

Barcelona to Rome • Sep 10 (7 days)

San Francisco to Sydney Sep 17 (29 days)

RT Panama Canal

Greek Isles & Mediterranean

California Coastal

New Zealand

Greek Isles

Rome to Venice Oct 7 (12 days)

Hawaiian Islands

RT from Sydney Oct 17, 30 (13 days)

Venice to Rome Oct 9 (12 days)

RT from LA • Oct 1 (7 days)

European Explorer

Perth to Brisbane Sep 6 (15 days)

China & Japan

Venice to Rome Sep 25 (18 days)

RT from Brisbane Sep 21 (42 days)

Mediterranean Interlude Greek Isles Interlude

Rome to Athens • Sep 17 (7 days)

Venetian Interlude

Rome to Athens Aug 23 (12 Days)

Black Sea & Crimean Coasts Athens to Venice • Sep 4 (12 Days)

Holy Land Venice to Athens • Sep 16 (12 Days)

Holy Land

Venetian Interlude

Holy Land

RT from Brisbane (42 days Continued)

Venice to Athens • Oct 1 (7 days)

Greek Isles Interlude

Rome to Athens Oct 10 (12 Days)

Athens to Rome • Oct 8 (7 days)

Holy Land

Mediterranean, India & Asia Rome to Singapore Oct 15 (28 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

New Zealand

Greek Isles

New Zealand

Australia & Asia

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 9, 19, 29 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Nov 6, 13, 20, 27 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Nov 19 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Nov 12, 25 (13 days)

Rome to Venice Nov 2, 26 (12 days) Venice to Rome Nov 14 (12 days)

RT from Brisbane Nov 2, 16, 30 (14 days)

Singapore to Sydney Nov 12 (20 days)

RT from Los Angeles Nov 26 (14 days)

Holy Land

China & Japan

RT from Los Angeles Oct 22 (28 days)

Hawaiian Islands

Venice to Rome Jul 6 (12 Days)

Athens to Rome • Sep 28 (12 Days)

RT from Rome Oct 21 (12 days)

Hawaii, Tahiti & Samoa

London to Barcelona • Sep 1 (9 days)

Mediterranean Collection

Athens to Venice • Sep 24 (7 days)

Egypt & Aegean

RT from Los Angeles Oct 8 (14 days)

RT from London Jun 25 (7 days)

Northern Australia Explorer

Venice to Barcelona Sep 15 (12 days) Barcelona to Venice Sep 27 (12 days)

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Sep 25 (15 days)

RT from Los Angeles Sep 24 (7 days)

Athens to Venice Jun 24 (12 Days)

Land of the Midnight Sun

Inside Passage

RT from Seattle Jul 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 (7 days)

Inside Passage

Venice to Athens Jun 12 (12 Days)

Perth to Sydney Jul 13 (17 days)

Inside Passage

Barcelona to Venice Jul 3, 27 (12 days) Venice to Barcelona Jul 15 (12 days)

Inside Passage

Holy Land

Northern Australia Explorer

Grand Mediterranean

Anchorage to Vancouver Jul 6, 20 (7 days)

Grand Mediterranean

RT from London Jun 7 (18 days)

Norwegian Fjords Interlude

Voyage of the Glaciers

Voyage of the Glaciers

Land of the Midnight Sun

Singapore to Perth Jun 29 (14 days)

Rome to Venice Jun 23 (12 days)

Venice to Ft. Lauderdale Oct 19 (18 days)

Holy Land

Rome to London May 27 (11 days)

Rome to Venice • May 30 (12 days)

Barcelona to Venice Jun 9 (12 days) Venice to Barcelona Jun 21 (12 days)

Venetian Passage

European Rivieras

Greek Isles & Mediterranean

Grand Mediterranean

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Oct 10, 20, 30 (10 days)

Shanghai to Singapore Apr 13 (16 days)

Indian Ocean & Middle East

Vancouver to Anchorage Jun 1, 15, 29 (7 days)

Greek Isles

Between Tahiti and Honolulu Mar 13, 25 (12 days)

Northern Australia Explorer

Voyage of the Glaciers

Panama Canal

Hawaii & Tahiti

Shanghai to Osaka Mar 20 (12 days)

Singapore to Rome • Apr 29 (28 days)

Voyage of the Glaciers

Vancouver to Anchorage Aug 10, 24 (7 days)

RT from Tahiti Feb 21 (10 days)

Rio de Janeiro to Ft. Lauderdale Mar 9 (15 days)

Mexican Riviera

Vancouver to Anchorage Jul 13, 27 (7 days)

Tahiti & Polynesia

Shanghai to Osaka Feb 24 (12 days)

Brazilian Adventure

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 3, 10, 17, 24 (7 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver Jun 8, 22 (7 days)

China & Japan Explorer

RT from Barbados Mar 7 (14 days)

Grand Caribbean Adventurer

Eastern Caribbean

Barcelona to Venice May 16 (12 days) Venice to Barcelona May 28 (12 days)

Royal Princess ®

Cape Horn Route to Rio

Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale Apr 14 (15 days)

Anchorage to Vancouver May 25 (7 days)

Pacific Princess ®

RT from Barbados Jan 24 (14 days)

Panama Canal

Ft. Lauderdale to San Francisco Apr 29 (15 days)

Ocean Princess ®

Sun Princess ®

Athens to Venice Oct 22 (12 Days)

Holy Land Venice to Athens • Nov 3 (12 Days)

Holy Land Athens to Rome • Nov 15 (12 Days)

Renaissance Passage Rome to Ft. Lauderdale Nov 27 (19 Days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

Tasmania

Passage to Rio

New Zealand

S. Pacific & New Zealand

Amazon River

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 9, 19, 29 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 4, 23 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Dec 10, 31 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Dec 8 (8 days)

Venice to Rio de Janeiro Dec 8 (16 days)

RT from Brisbane Dec 14, 28 (14 days)

Sydney to Tahiti Dec 2 (16 days)

Hawaiian Islands

New Zealand

Cape Horn Route to Rio

Tahiti & Polynesia

Ft. Lauderdale to Manaus Dec 16 (14 days)

S. Caribbean Holiday

RT from Los Angeles Dec 17 (14 days)

RT from Sydney Dec 16, 29 (13 days)

Rio de Janeiro to Santiago Dec 24 (14 days)

Hawaii & Tahiti

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Dec 30 (9 days)

RT from Tahiti • Dec 17 (10 days)

Manaus to Ft. Lauderdale Dec 30 (14 days)

Tahiti to Honolulu Dec 27 (11 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

New Zealand

Cape Horn Route to Rio

Fijian Jewels

Hawaii & Tahiti

World Cruise

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 8, 18, 28 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Jan 8, 15, 22, 29 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Jan 28 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Jan 11, 24 (13 days)

Santiago to Rio de Janeiro Jan 7 (14 days)

RT from Brisbane Jan 11 (11 days)

Honolulu to Tahiti Jan 7 (11 days)

Ft. Lauderdale to Venice Jan 13 (107 Days)

Rio de Janeiro to Santiago Jan 21 (14 days)

New Zealand

Tahiti & Polynesia

RT from Brisbane Jan 22 (14 days)

RT from Tahiti Jan 18, 28 (10 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Hawaiian Islands

Fiji & South Pacific

Cape Horn Route to Rio

Fijian Jewels

Hawaii & Tahiti

World Cruise

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 7, 17, 27 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Feb 5, 12, 19, 26 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Feb 4 (14 days)

RT from Sydney Feb 6 (14 days)

Santiago to Rio de Janeiro Feb 4 (14 days)

RT from Brisbane Feb 5 (11 days)

(Continued)

Mexican Riviera

New Zealand

New Zealand

RT from Los Angeles Feb 18, 25 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Feb 20 (13 days)

Rio de Janeiro to Santiago Feb 18 (14 days)

Tahiti to Honolulu Feb 7 (11 days) Honolulu to Tahiti Feb 18 (11 days)

RT from Brisbane Feb 16 (14 days)

S. Pacific & New Zealand Tahiti to Sydney Feb 29 (16 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

China & Japan

Cape Horn Route to Rio

New Zealand

Australia & Asia

World Cruise

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 8, 18, 28 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Mar 4, 11, 18, 25 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Mar 3, 24, 31 (7 days)

RT from Sydney Mar 4 (42 days)

Santiago to Rio de Janeiro Mar 3 (14 days)

RT from Sydney Mar 3, 30 (13 days)

Sydney to Singapore Mar 17 (20 days)

(Continued)

Hawaiian Islands

Brazilian Adventure

Fiji & South Pacific

RT from Los Angeles Mar 10 (14 days)

Rio de Janeiro to Ft. Lauderdale March 17 (16 days)

RT from Sydney Mar 16 (14 days)

RT Panama Canal

Eastern Caribbean

Mexican Riviera

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 7, 17 (10 days)

RT from Ft. Lauderdale Apr 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (7 days)

RT from Los Angeles Apr 7 (7 days)

Panama Canal

Hawaiian Islands

Ft. Lauderdale to Los Angeles Apr 27 (14 days)

RT from Los Angeles Apr 14 (14 days)

Pacific Coastal

California Coastal

LA to VAN • May 11 (5 days)

RT from LA • Apr 28 (7 days)

Sailing schedule is accurate as of 7/2/10 and is subject to change.

Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific

Africa, India & Southeast Asia

Sydney to San Francisco Sep 17 (29 days)

Singapore to Cape Town Apr 6 (30 days)

W. Africa Adventure Cape Town to London May 6 (28 days)

07/02/10

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