Fly-cruise on a worry-free holiday

Princess Cruises has been continuously recognised as the “Best Cruise Line for Itineraries”.

Princess Cruises is one of the best-known names in cruising. A global premium cruise line recognised as a market leader, a technological and innovative visionary brand with outstanding on-board facilities, dining, entertainment and exceptional customer service.

With a fleet of 17 cruise ships, Princess Cruises brings guests to more than 380 destinations including Alaska, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and Asia, letting guests discover the true meaning of “Come Back New”.

It has been continuously recognised as the “Best Cruise Line For Itineraries”, allowing guests to choose from packages ranging from 3 to 111 days.

When on-board, you will experience fine dining, Broadway-style production shows, the latest blockbuster movies at Movies Under The Stars, and relaxing massages at the Lotus Spa. And perhaps best of all, free room service round-the-clock.

The Princess Luxury bed promises you the ultimate sleep at sea.

Princess Cruises are specialists in providing exceptional care to ensure all guests escape the everyday grind and experience an unforgettable holiday. For example, they partnered with a board-certified sleep doctor, Dr Michael Breus, to develop the Princess Luxury bed, promising you the ultimate sleep at sea.

A Princess Cruises’ holiday is also huge fun for the whole family, and children can enjoy age-appropriate enriching activities at the Youth & Teen Centres, created in partnership with Discovery.

A wide range of shore excursions offers a great experience, such as the visit to Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska.

What’s more, at selected ports-of call, Princess Cruises’ wide range of Discovery recommended shore excursions offer a great way to experience the local destinations, while providing an immersive and educational experience.

A Fly-Cruise holiday allows you to enjoy cost savings in transport and accommodation, where you unpack once and wake up in a new destination every morning.

Enjoy greater ease when you book your fly-cruise package with a travel agent who will handle all the arrangements, including booking air tickets, applying for visas, organising ground transport and cruise reservations.

The largest Japanese bath at sea on-board the Diamond Princess in Japan.

Here are some examples of Princess Cruises’ Fly-Cruise packages:

♦ Princess Cruises’ newest ship Sky Princess will sail on her inaugural cruise on Oct 20 on a seven-day Mediterranean and Adriatic voyage from Athens to Barcelona and calling at Kotor, Corfu, Sicily and Naples – you can visit six destinations in one cruise. Sky Princess will be equipped with the Ocean Medallion, a complimentary wearable device that allows guests to open their cabin door, order drinks, and even locate their family and friends on-board.

♦ The seven-night Voyage Of The Glaciers Cruises from Vancouver to Anchorage presents the untamed wilderness of Alaska. Princess Cruises is also one of the few cruise lines permitted to sail into Glacier Bay National Park, that gives you iconic glacier-viewing experiences to either College Fjord or Hubbard Glacier. This year, Princess Cruises is celebrating 50 years sailing in Alaska and will have seven ships sailing here from May to September.

♦ Princess Cruises sail all-year round in Japan. The most popular itineraries are during the cherry blossom season, plus the other festival cruises, so book early as these are usually sold out. Another popular itinerary is the eight-night Hokkaido Cruise, which brings you to Korsakov in Russia, allowing you to visit two countries in just one trip.

Call your favourite travel agent to plan your holiday with Princess Cruises, or call toll-free 1800 806 656 or visit

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