Destinations CoveredThe cruise will take the guests to 38 ports spanning 26 countries through 5 continents. The ship will need to cover a distance of 34287 nautical miles to accomplish the journey. The company noted in their press release that stoppages at Praslin, Kaikoura, Seychelles Islands; New Zealand; Zanzibar, and Tanzania are included in the journey. They will also include 12 late night stays at places such as Phuket, Tahiti and Melbourne as they are popular tourist destinations.
The guests will also have a glimpse of 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. To top it all the cruise liner has 11 decks with amenities such as 7 dining areas, 3 bars, 1 casino, pools and much more.
Princess Cruises have been offering world cruises since 1998 and President Jan Swartz said that their destination experts create the best cruise itineraries in the world. Also, the Princess Cruises have already started taking bookings for their 2021 World cruise where the guests will get the privilege to travel in the 965-foot and 15-deck Island Princess. The cruise will have the capacity to hold 2,200 guests and will even house a wedding chapel.
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