Princess Cruises has announced Pacific Princess’ 2020-2021 summer line-up in Australia, with the boutique ship offering cruisers a number of unique itineraries during its four-month deployment. Prior to arriving in Sydney, Pacific Princess will also sail on an additional 10-day Tahiti voyage due to popular demand of the cruise line’s return to this region.
Pacific Princess’ program will include an epic 90-day roundtrip Sydney voyage around South America, a 13-day cruise to New Zealand and a special 21-day sailing to remote locations in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
“The return of Pacific Princess to Australia for the region’s popular summer season marks the first time six Princess ships will be based Down Under, representing one-third of our global fleet,” said Jan Swartz Princess Cruises president. “Our growth in this region further cements our position as Australia’s leading cruise line, offering nearly 25 percent more capacity for the summer 2020-21 season than any other cruise line.”
The December 2020 arrival of the 670-guest Pacific Princess coincides with the 45th anniversary of Princess Cruises’ first roundtrip cruise from Australia, a voyage on the original Pacific Princess which served as the iconic backdrop and co-star of the popular TV series “The Love Boat.”
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