Princess Cruises is a well-known name in cruising, as this California-based company has come a long way from a modest start in 1965 to being among the premier cruise lines in the world today. Now, its fleet of 18 contemporary cruise ships carries over a million passengers every year to more worldwide destinations as compared to any other major cruise line.
With cruises on offer that range from 3 to 114 days, Princess Cruises has something for everyone. If you have not got the opportunity to go aboard one of their cruise ships yet, consider the exotic sailings that are on their schedule for 2016-2017. And if you have gone for a cruise before, it is all the more reason to go on these as you know what’s in store onboard as you set sail to newer destinations. These exotic sailings are scheduled to have 58 departures and will sail to six continents, visiting 70 destinations and 40 different countries in 2016-2017—so book your place on one and experience the joy of being on board one of these fascinating cruises.
Be on board the Diamond Princess for the winter season of 2016-2017 as she homeports in Singapore for the first time. This popular 17-day Grand Asia cruise that sails between Singapore and Beijing visits a number of famous destinations in Asia, including Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, and Taiwan—now that’s something not to be missed! In addition, the program features two full days and an overnight stay in Hong Kong, making it a special highlight of your holiday. But that’s not all, you can also opt for the overland excursion to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This option is available on all sailings of this cruise.
Furthermore, the fall of 2016 will see the 17-day Grand Asia from Tokyo cruise on the Diamond Princess. On this program, you will get to visit a number of well-known Asian ports that include Shanghai, Osaka, Hong Kong, and Ho Chi Minh City.
For Diamond Princess’ first full season sailing from Singapore beginning in November 2016, there are a number of roundtrip voyages that you can choose from, and they range from 3 to 11 days—just pick one according to how long you want your cruise vacation to be. Some of the Asian destinations that you can visit during these voyages are Malaysia, Thailand, Borneo, Vietnam, and Indonesia.
Moreover, there are also 14 combination voyages that the Diamond Princess will go on. Ranging from 9 to 21 days, these cruises will give you a longer time to explore the Asian regions.
If you happen to miss going for the fall 2016 Asia cruise, the spring of 2017 offers another opportunity as the Diamond Princess will set off from Singapore on a 14-day voyage to Yokohama, visiting Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan and Taiwan. With so many options to choose from, you can plan ahead and check an Asian voyage off your bucket list.
And if you are planning to go on a cruise during the holidays, Princess Cruises has something for that too—take your pick from the range of Asian cruises for Christmas and New Year’s, which will last between 10 to 21 days and visit various ports in Southeast Asia. You can also take one of these cruises during the time of the Chinese New Year, and witness the celebrations in Asian destinations—making for a unique vacation.
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