Princess to call at ‘record’ number of destinations on 2026 World Cruise

Princess Cruises will call at 52 ports in 28 countries on its 2026 World Cruise.

On sale now, the 114-night sailing on Coral Princess will span six continents and offer the “most destinations ever reached on a Princess Cruises world voyage”, the line said.

Two roundtrip options are available, with a departure from Fort Lauderdale on January 5, 2026, and Los Angeles on January 21, 2026.


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The ship will make inaugural calls to Boracay, Philippines; Puerto Chiapas, Mexico; and Ponta Delgado, Azores Islands, and have late night departures from 13 ports including Singapore, Sydney and Honolulu. It will also have an overnight stay in Hong Kong.

As part of its cultural enrichment programme, the line will offer language classes, dance lessons, arts and crafts sessions and instrument lessons throughout the sailing. Guest lecturers will also join the cruise, with talks on Mediterranean art and history and the Second World War, as well as destination ambassadors from Hawaii and New Zealand.

Prices for the sailing start at $19,999. Customers who book by October 31 will benefit from free Wi-Fi, gratuities, a premium drinks package, speciality dining and $500 onboard credit.

Chief commercial officer Terry Thornton said: “This 2026 World Cruise addresses a growing interest in longer voyages that make stops at more exotic destinations and the urge to do it as part of a more all-inclusive experience.

“Our 2026 World Cruise offers our most destination-rich itinerary ever so guests can immerse themselves in a global experience rich with landmarks, ancient ruins, unique landscapes, wildlife, gastronomy, cultures and heritage.”

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