Princess Cruises, a leading cruise line, has achieved a historic high in Alaska cruise bookings for January 2024. This record surpasses their previous best January by over 20%. Terry Thornton, the chief commercial officer of Princess Cruises, highlighted Alaska's natural beauty and wildlife as key attractions. The cruise line is celebrating its 55th year of taking guests to Alaska, emphasizing the urgency of booking for the upcoming summer.

Princess Cruises Celebrates Record-Breaking Alaska Bookings
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Princess Cruises Sets Record High in Alaska Bookings for January

Princess Cruises has announced a significant milestone, reaching an all-time high in Alaska bookings for January, which is more than any other January in the company's history. This increase exceeds their previous records by over 20%. This achievement marks a growing interest in Alaska's stunning landscapes and unique wildlife experiences.

2024 and 2025 offer a variety of ways to explore Alaska with Princess Cruises. According to Breaking Travel News, options range from short 4-day trips to longer 22-day journeys, including both cruises and cruisetours. These tours provide opportunities to witness Alaska's Inside Passage and the famous Voyage of the Glaciers.

One of the highlights is visiting Glacier Bay National Park, the sixth largest in the U.S., known for its glaciers, mountains, and over 600 wildlife species. Princess Cruises also offers unique experiences in authentic Alaskan locations like Denali National Park, Fairbanks, and Anchorage. These include stays in five exclusive Princess Lodges and a special rail service connecting Whittier and the Denali area.

Princess Cruises' voyages start from various homeports, including San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Whittier (for Anchorage), and even Los Angeles. This variety offers convenient travel options for guests.

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To encourage bookings, Princess Cruises advises guests to book now for the best prices and room choices for 2024 and 2025 departures. The company's Princess Plus and Premier packages offer over 65% savings on essentials like gratuities, Wi-Fi, and beverages, enhancing the value of the Alaska trip.

With increasing demand, the time to book a 2024 or 2025 Alaska vacation with Princess Cruises is now. Rates start at $399 for a 7-day trip, promising a unique and value-packed experience.

Announces Second 'Love Boat' Themed Voyage for 2024

Princess Cruises has announced a special themed cruise for fans of the famous TV show, "The Love Boat." This exciting trip is set for Aug. 31 to Sep. 7. It follows the success of their first themed cruise in 2022. The journey starts and ends in New York City, taking guests to beautiful places in Canada and New England.

Onboard the Enchanted Princess, passengers will get to meet stars from "The Love Boat" like Bernie Kopell (Doc), Fred Grandy (Gopher), Jill Whelan (Vicki Stubing), and Ted Lange (Isaac). Ezra Freeman from the CBS show "The Real Love Boat" will also join. There will be surprise guests too.

As per PR Newswire, Princess Cruises has planned many fun activities for this trip. Guests can enjoy parties, meet the cast, participate in themed games with prizes, and watch "The Love Boat" episodes. There will also be special menus and decorations to add to the experience.

Jill Whelan, the cruise's ambassador, is excited to bring this unique experience back. She looks forward to making special memories with fans.

The seven-day cruise on the 3,660-passenger Enchanted Princess will visit places like Newport, Boston, Rockland, Saint John, and Halifax. This trip is a tribute to "The Love Boat," a show that made cruising popular.

Princess Cruises also offers a VIP package for super fans. This includes exclusive events, special seating, and dinner with the captain. More details on how to book this adventure will be available soon.

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