Princess has been announcing schedules for next year over the last several months, so check the press releases (http://www.princess.com/news/releases.jsp
) on the line's web site. As best I can tell, here's the line-up for the summer of 2004. Here's what Princess has announced so far for the summer of 2004.
>> MV Coral Princess
and MV Island Princess
will operate seven-day "Voyage of the Glaciers" itineraries between Vancouver and Whittier with alternating Saturday departures. MV [i] Dawn Princess and MV Sea Princess
will operate the same itinerary with alternating Monday departures.
>> MV Diamond Princess
and MV Sapphire Princess
will operate seven-day "Inside Passage" cruises from Seattle with departures on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
>> MV Regal Princess
will operate ten-day "Inside Passage" cruises from San Francisco.
>> Brand new MV Caribbean Princess
will alternate seven-day "Eastern Caribbean" and "Western Caribbean" itineraries from Fort Lauderdale.
>> MV Golden Princess
will alternate seven-day "Classic Southern Caribbean" and "Southern Caribbean Explorer" itineraries from San Juan.
>> MV Grand Princess
will operate from Copenhagen the Baltic Sea itineraries previously operated by MV Regal Princess
. It appears that she will go to New York to operate Canada/New England itineraries in the fall.
>> MV Star Princess
will operate between Barcelona and Venice on the "Grand Mediterranean" itinerary previously operated by MV Golden Princess
. She also will operate several other Mediterranean and Mediterranean/Atlantic itinineraries.
>> MV Royal Princess
will operate from Southampton on various itineraries to the North Sea, Scandanavia, the British Isles, and Western Europe.
>> MV Tahitain Princess
will continue to operate from Papeete, French Polynesia, on itineraries in the South Pacific. She has two different itineraries -- "Polynesia and Marquesas Islands" and "Polynesia and Cook Islands."
>> MV Pacific Princess
is heading, quite literally, around the world on a series of exotic cruises.