Princess Cruises

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Princess Cruises first set sail in 1965 with a single ship sailing to Mexico. Princess, and cruise vacations in general, were catapulted to stardom in 1977 when hit TV show “The Love Boat,” set aboard the Pacific Princess, introduced millions to cruise vacations. Princess pioneered the concept of private balconies across all cabin categories. Today, the Princess fleet offers a range of sizes and amenities from large ships like the Grand Princess to mid-size vessels like the Coral Princess to small ships offering an intimate experience such as the Pacific Princess.

The cruise line sails on more than 100 itineraries to more than 300 ports on all seven continents in addition to having a world cruise. Princess has a strong presence in Alaska, especially with its Gulf of Alaska cruises, sailing as many as eight ships during the Alaska season. Its Seattle-based Princess Tours division operates wilderness lodges, motor coach tours and glass-domed-car rail tours of the Great Land in conjunction with the cruise itineraries.

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