Princess Cruises has announced its full 2020 Japan programme is now on sale and available to book.
Throughout the year the 2,670-guest Diamond Princess will sail roundtrip from Tokyo and Kobe on over 50 departures to more than 50 destinations in 11 countries.
The voyages range from 5 – 28 days and offer guests the opportunity to participate in activities and events including Japan’s most famous summer festivals; renowned spring flower and fall foliage sites; and celebrate the festive period in further afield destinations such as Brunei, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Diamond Princess is tailored for Japan cruising and gives guests the chance to enjoy local experiences onboard such as relaxing in a traditional ‘onsen’ bath and dining in a sushi restaurant.
Princess Cruises Japan Sailings Include:
- An 8-day Japan Explorer with Kumano Fireworks cruise roundtrip from Tokyo, calling at Wakayama, Kumano, Kochi, Kanmon Straits (scenic cruising), Busan, Nagasaki, Gunkanjima (scenic cruising) and Kagoshima. Departs August 15, 2020.
- A 9-day Japan Explorer Spring Flowers cruise roundtrip from Tokyo, calling at Gamagori, Osaka, Kochi, Hiroshima, Busan and Sasebo. Departs April 2, 2020.
- A 14-day Borneo & Japan Cruise from Singapore to Tokyo, calling at Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), Kota Kinabalu, Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, Okinawa, Osaka (for Kyoto) and Shimizu (for Mt. Fuji). Departs December 30, 2020.
All cruises currently have a low £50pp deposit.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “Guests sailing Japan with Princess Cruises will get to experience the best that this fascinating region has to offer, both onboard and ashore.
“The variety of cruises on offer gives our guests the opportunity to tailor-make their own holiday. Shorter 7-day voyages allow a cruise to be combined with a land holiday, while longer cruises of 14 – 28 days are popular with those who are keen to explore.”