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Princess cruises reveals new sailings

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Cruise lines are constantly tweaking their schedules. Sometimes it's just the addition of a single port to a long-established itinerary. Other times it's the rollout of an all-new route. Here, some of the more notable new itinerary announcements from the past few weeks. Princess unveils epic cruise around Pacific …  Princess Cruises has announced plans for an epic voyage from Los Angeles to Shanghai and back that includes stops in half a dozen countries. The 60-day Circle North Pacific sailing on the Coral Princess kicks off Sept. 19, 2018 with a trip north to Alaska, where calls will include Ketchikan, Juneau and Kodiak. From there, the 1,970-passenger vessel will head westward to Japan, stopping in Kushiro, Yokohama (near Tokyo), Osaka and Hiroshima. Continuing westward, Coral Princess will visit Incheon (near Seoul) in South Korea and Beijing in China before arriving in Shanghai. From there, the ship will visit the Japanese island of Okinawa; Hong Kong; Halong Bay, Chan May and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; and Manila in The Philippines before returning eastward across the Pacific. It’ll make a two-day stop in Hawaii before arriving in Los Angeles on Nov. 18, 2018.

Pacific Princess already is scheduled to operate a 111-day voyage around the world in early 2018. While identical in length, the new trip involves a different route around the globe that includes a passage around Africa's Cape of Good Hope. The 2019 sailing will start with a passage through the Panama Canal to the west coast of Central America as the Pacific Princess heads to Los Angeles. From there, the 688-passenger ship will cross the Pacific to Hawaii, French Polynesia, New Zealand and Australia before turning northward to Asia for stops in such ports as Singapore; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; and Phuket, Thailand. Continuing westward, Pacific Princess will visit Sri Lanka, the Maldives and the Seychelles on its way to South Africa. Other stops in Africa will include Madagascar and Namibia. Leaving Africa, the vessel will cross the Atlantic to Brazil and French Guiana in South America before returning to Ft. Lauderdale



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