Who’s ready to chuck the everyday chores of work, cooking and cleaning for 116 days at sea on a luxury cruise ship? Princess Cruises has announced its longest voyage ever will depart Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale on Jan. 5, 2025.
The trip will sail 33,500 nautical miles, making 51 stops in 26 countries and six continents. Passengers can board either in Fort Lauderdale or Los Angeles. Destinations include
Australia, New Zealand & the South Pacific, the Mediterranean, Central America, Africa, Asia and more.
The ship making the journey is the Island Princess, a Coral-class, mid-sized ship that accommodates 2,200 passengers. The Island Princess, along with her sister ship Coral Princess, were specifically built to fit through the locks of the Panama Canal.
The 2025 world cruise will provide access to 27 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the cruise line’s return to Alexandria for Cairo and the pyramids and ancient treasures of Giza. Additional sites include the Singapore Botanical Gardens, Old City of Dubrovnik, The Ancient Greek City of Ephesus (from Kusadasi) and The Monastery of St. John and the Cave of the Apocalypse (from Patmos). The trip also includes Princess’ first-ever visit to historic Bar, Montenegro and Taranto, Italy, along with inaugural calls to the idyllic Greek Island of Patmos and to Volos – for the Monasteries of Meteora.
This unique voyage includes an overnight in ultra-modern Dubai.
The full World Cruise itinerary, plus shorter World Cruise segment options can be found at princess.com/worldcruise.