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August 12, 2005

Regal Princess to Offer Unique Panama Canal and South America Itineraries in 2006/2007

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Regal Princess to Offer Unique Panama Canal and South America Itineraries in 2006/2007

Canal Program will Include 10- to 19-Day Voyages, Including San Juan to Acapulco Route

SANTA CLARITA, CA (August 4, 2005) - Regal Princess' deployment has been announced for the fall 2006/winter 2007 season, and it features a new program of Panama Canal cruising with a range of unique itineraries from 10 to 19 days. Additionally, the 1,590-passenger ship will do four South America cruises in the winter - two down the Amazon River and two exploring the Andes and Peru.
"We're delighted to add Regal Princess to our Transcanal fleet," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales. "With the majority of the ship's deployment in the Panama Canal trade during this season, it cements Princess' leadership position in this destination. These new itineraries complement those of Coral Princess to provide our passengers with an even wider variety of cruise options there."

Regal Princess' 10-day Panama Canal Explorer cruises sail between San Juan and Acapulco and include calls at Aruba, Fuerte Amador, Panama; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; and Hualtulco, Mexico. Several other Panama Canal itineraries will also be offered such as a port-rich roundtrip sailing from Los Angeles.

The two 12-day Amazon River cruises will depart January 19 and 31, sailing between San Juan and Manaus, Brazil. Two 12-day Andes/Peru voyages traveling between Lima, Peru and San Juan will sail March 4 and 16.

Early booking fares for these new voyages begin at $1,099 per person, double occupancy. The new voyages will be available for sale on August 20, 2005.

Press Release by Princess Cruises

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Posted by Denise at August 12, 2005 08:40 AM

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August 12, 2005

Regal Princess to Offer Unique Panama Canal and South America Itineraries in 2006/2007

diamondprincess.jpg

Regal Princess to Offer Unique Panama Canal and South America Itineraries in 2006/2007

Canal Program will Include 10- to 19-Day Voyages, Including San Juan to Acapulco Route

SANTA CLARITA, CA (August 4, 2005) - Regal Princess' deployment has been announced for the fall 2006/winter 2007 season, and it features a new program of Panama Canal cruising with a range of unique itineraries from 10 to 19 days. Additionally, the 1,590-passenger ship will do four South America cruises in the winter - two down the Amazon River and two exploring the Andes and Peru.
"We're delighted to add Regal Princess to our Transcanal fleet," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales. "With the majority of the ship's deployment in the Panama Canal trade during this season, it cements Princess' leadership position in this destination. These new itineraries complement those of Coral Princess to provide our passengers with an even wider variety of cruise options there."

Regal Princess' 10-day Panama Canal Explorer cruises sail between San Juan and Acapulco and include calls at Aruba, Fuerte Amador, Panama; Puntarenas, Costa Rica; Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala; and Hualtulco, Mexico. Several other Panama Canal itineraries will also be offered such as a port-rich roundtrip sailing from Los Angeles.

The two 12-day Amazon River cruises will depart January 19 and 31, sailing between San Juan and Manaus, Brazil. Two 12-day Andes/Peru voyages traveling between Lima, Peru and San Juan will sail March 4 and 16.

Early booking fares for these new voyages begin at $1,099 per person, double occupancy. The new voyages will be available for sale on August 20, 2005.

Press Release by Princess Cruises

Panama Canal Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Alaska Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Alaska Cruisetour Information
Princess Cruises Tahiti Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Mexico Cruise Information
Princess Cruises Europe Cruise Information

Posted by Denise at August 12, 2005 08:40 AM

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