Princess Cruises has delayed the return of two of its ships, Island Princess and Diamond Princess, with both of those now scheduled to return to provider in spring 2022. As a consequence, the cruise line has cancelled its 2021-2022 “South America & Antarctica” plan on Diamond Princess, and its 2022 “Planet Cruise” along with two December 2021 Island Princess cruises.
Island Princess will now return to support with a sequence of cruises to the Caribbean in spring 2022, prior to its 14-day “Panama Canal Ocean to Ocean” voyage on April 27, 2022. Diamond Princess will also return to assistance in spring 2022 with a season of Japan sailings. Specifics of both new packages will be introduced shortly.
For guests booked on a cancelled cruise, Princess will offer to transfer them to an equivalent long run cruise with the included profit of defending their 2021/2022 fare on their long term cruise. Alternatively, attendees can pick out a foreseeable future cruise credit rating (FCC) equal to 100 per cent of the cruise fare paid out or a complete refund to the first kind of payment. Requests have to be received through this on the internet form by September 30, 2021, or guests will automatically be moved to the default alternate. FCCs can be used on any cruises booked by and sailing by December 31, 2022.
Fantastic to know: Princess will guard vacation advisor commission on bookings that were paid in full in recognition of the critical purpose they play in the cruise line’s business and achievements.
For hottest data and directions for booked visitors afflicted by these cancellations, and far more info on FCCs and refunds, check www.princess.com.
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