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As Princess Cruises continues to prepare and develop its plans to meet the ‘Framework for Conditional Sailing Order’ issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in addition to the uncertainty around travel restrictions, the company is extending its pause of guest cruise vacations on ships sailing through May 14. This includes sailings in the Caribbean, the California Coast, along with early season Alaska and Europe cruises.

Due to the uncertainty about when international travel restrictions might be lifted, Princess Cruises is extending its pause in operations for cruises departing from Australia and New Zealand through May 31, 2021.

Princess Cruises, one of the world’s leading international premium cruise line, recently confirmed the official transfer of Golden Princess and the accelerated transition of Star Princess to P&O Cruises Australia.

Princess Cruises guests sailing to the islands of the Caribbean or through the engineering marvel of the Panama Canal now have a diversity of itineraries and cruise ships – including MedallionClass vessels - to choose from with the announcement of the cruise line’s Autumn 2021 to spring 2022 cruise season, which was open for sale July 22.

Princess Cruises has recently announced that in continued response to the impact of the COVID-19 global outbreak and the recent order from the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the line is cancelling all voyages due to depart up to and including June 30.

Princess Cruises has announced that its Alaska sailings departing throughout spring and summer 2021 are now on sale.

Princess Cruises has announced its full Japan programme, from May 2021 to April 2022, is available to book.

Princess Cruises has officially named its newest ship, the 3,660-guest Sky Princess, at a ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Princess Cruises UK has recruited Natasha Lizardos as sales operations manager on a 12-month contract. She was previously with Thomas Cook for 20 years.

Princess Cruises has bid farewell to its final UK-based ship for this year as the line now looks ahead to 2020. Following the departure of Sapphire Princess after a season sailing from Southampton, mostly to Northern and Southern Europe, the line will cruise again from the UK in just over six months time with the arrival of the 3,560-guest Regal Princess.