Princess Cruises Launches British Isles Sale

Princess Cruises has announced a British Isles sale starting Wednesday 29 July to 10  August.

15 voyages feature, with a choice of duration between eight or twelve nights departing between April and October 2021.

The cruises will sail roundtrip from Southampton on the 3,080-guest Crown Princess, which will be based in the UK from April to October next year. Fares start at £649pp for an eight-night cruise and £799pp for a twelve-night cruise, and with 3rd and 4th guests from £149pp there are some great deals for families to be had.

Deal fares include:

· 12-night ‘British Isles with Portland’ cruise calling at Portland, Guernsey (St Peter Port), Cork (Cobh), Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Invergordon, Edinburgh and Le Havre. Prices from £799pp for two people sharing an inside stateroom and £199pp for 3rd and 4th guests meaning a family of four could travel for £499pp or £599pp for a family of four sharing a balcony. Departs May 2, 2021.

· 8-night Ireland and Scotland cruise calling at Portland, Guernsey (St Peter Port), Cork (Cobh), Dublin, Glasgow and Holyhead. Prices from £649pp for two people sharing an inside stateroom and £149pp for 3rd and 4th guests meaning a family of four could travel for just £399pp or £484pp for a family of four sharing a balcony. Departs April 24, 2021.

· 12-night ‘British Isles with Cobh Overnight’ cruise calling at Guernsey (St Peter Port), Cork (Cobh) overnight, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Invergordon, Edinburgh and (Le Havre). Prices from £999pp for two people sharing an inside stateroom and £199pp for 3rd and 4th guests meaning a family of four could travel for £599pp or £749pp for a family of four sharing a balcony. Departs June 19, 2021.

In Cork, guests can see the city’s emerald terrains reflected in the lakes of Killarney National Park or enjoy a lunch on the hills of Cashel, with the Romanesque architecture of St. Patrick’s Rock as a backdrop. Once docked in Le Havre, guests can embark on a day-long adventure in one of two directions. Visit Paris, where famous artwork awaits, or head to Normandy and see the D-Day beaches or the tidal island of Mont Saint Michel. These British Isles cruises allow guests to experience even more history and culture with More Ashore late-night departures and overnight stays on several ports of call, including Dublin, Belfast and Edinburgh where guests can use this time to drink with the locals in world famous pubs, or see Edinburgh’s Royal Mile lit up by street lamps.

Crown Princess features the award-winning wearable OceanMedallion technology which has been designed to deliver an entirely new level of service and create a holiday that is more simple, effortless and personalised. Its enhancements include an expedited check-in process; touchless stateroom entry; the ability to order drinks, food and retail items from almost anywhere onboard; a family and friends locator; and MedallionNet – high-speed onboard WiFi which allows guests to connect, stream and keep in touch with family and friends.

 

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