Princess Cruises passengers sailing the Caribbean and Panama Canal will have even more itineraries and cruise ships to choose from during the 2020-2021 season which goes on sale this week.

The upcoming season will also see Princess Cruises offer two of the newest and youngest ships in the region with Enchanted and Sky Princess both sailing the Caribbean.

In the Caribbean, a total of five ships will offer 127 departures on 15 unique itineraries, ranging from four to 20 days.

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Enchanted Princess will sail the Caribbean following her launch in Southampton in June 2020 with the 3,660-guest ship departing on alternating seven-day Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from November 2020 to April 2021.

The 3,660-guest Sky Princess, launching in October 2019, will sail for the first time on a 10-day Southern Caribbean Voyager itinerary, which can be combined for a 20-day Caribbean Explorer cruise.

Festive sailings will take place over the Christmas and New Year period on Caribbean Princess, Enchanted Princess, Island Princess and Sky Princess.

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Princess Cruises will visit several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Belize Barrier Reef System, The Pitons Volcanic Spires in St. Lucia and historical Bridgetown in Barbados.

Five ships will sail the waters of the Panama Canal, with 30 departures and nine itineraries, offering three ways to experience its locks – roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, roundtrip from Los Angeles or sailing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Voyages range from 10 to 21 days, visiting a total of 23 destinations in 11 countries.

Crown Princess and Emerald Princess will sail through the new Agua Clara Locks, offering partial canal transits from the Atlantic Ocean roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale with Costa Rica and Caribbean voyages.

Emerald Princess and Coral Princess will offer full canal transits on ‘Ocean to Ocean’ voyages sailing between Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles, San Francisco or a new homeport of San Diego.

Meanwhile, the 670-guest Pacific Princess is scheduled to sail on a 15-day Panama Canal Connoisseur from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles for a small ship transit via the canal’s traditional locks.

Will your clients love these new sailings?