Mundomar Cruceros, exclusive Princess Cruises representatives in Spain and Portugal, has just published it Princess Cruises Catalog for 2017/2018. During 2017 season, Princess Cruises will continue with its traditional cruises through Europe aboard the Regal Princess in the Baltic, the Caribbean Princess in the British Isles and the Crown Princess in the North Cape, offering on board assistance in Spanish and special tour packages with Spanish speaking guides in almost all the ports of call during the high season.
The Royal Princess will go back to the Mediterranean during the Spring/Summer season. It will sail on August 5 and 12 and will include special sport activities (Zumba, GAP, etc) and entertainment (theme parties, karaoke, etc) especially directed to the Spanish public. For another year, Princess Cruises promotes its cruises with Spanish Assistant-Guide as its star product.
These cruises, the majority of them long distance, have been selected by Mundomar Cruceros and have a good reputation in the Spanish cruise market. They have a high level of passenger satisfaction, because they include flights to and from the departing/arrival, stays and visits to cities before and after the cruise and for the tours to the ports of call with local Spanish speaking guides.
For the 2017 season, Princess Cruises also includes its South America and Asia cruises with Guide-Assistants, in addition to increasing its cruises to Japan (now in May and August) and the Caribbean at Easter. Its “Muévete” Cruise, aboard the new Majestic Princess in April and the Royal Princess in August, will increase its departures from one to three.
In addition, Princess Cruises will continue with its cruises to Alaska, the Panama Canal, the Mexican Riviera, Canada and New England, Hawaii, and Australia and New Zealand. This catalog reveals the itinerary of the 2018 World Tour aboard the Pacific Princess, which lasts 112 days and with the city of Los Angeles as a turnaround port.
This itinerary will have the special attraction of crossing the Panama Canal and the Suez Canal. The company shows all the possibilities that the 18 ships of the Princess Cruises fleet offer for the 2017/18 season.