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Majestic Princess sailings to debut from Los Angeles

Princess Cruises will be launching the Majestic Princess on voyages from Los Angeles, adding to the extensive deployment visiting popular cruise destinations including Mexico, Hawaii and the California Coast.

On July 8, five ships will sail from America's west coast, including departures from Los Angeles and San Francisco, giving guests’ diverse experiences of California, Mexico and Hawaii.   

Majestic Princess will sail from Los Angeles for the first time sailing on seven-day Mexican Riviera voyages throughout the season as well as seven-day Classic California Coast voyages in the autumn and spring. In spring 2022, Discovery Princess joins Majestic Princess sailing from Los Angeles on seven-day voyages to Mexico and California. Grand Princess also sails roundtrip from Los Angeles on either her 15-day Hawaiian Islands or 10-day Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez voyages. Ruby Princess will sail her second season of Hawaii, Mexico, and California Coast sailings roundtrip from San Francisco, including a pair of Panama Canal- ocean to ocean voyages transiting the famed Panama Canal.   

Additional 2021-22 west coast season sailing from September 2021 - April 2022 include: 

Cruises to Mexico   

Majestic Princess and Discovery Princess (in Spring 2022) debut at the Port of Los Angeles, offering 25 cruises to the Mexican Riviera, including seven-day options to ports including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta.   

Ruby Princess returns as San Francisco hometown ship to offer three, 10-day cruises to the Mexican Riviera from the Port of San Francisco, offering a memorable sail away under the Golden Gate Bridge. Guests will visit Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán, Manzanillo and Puerto Vallarta. In addition, Grand Princess and Sapphire Princess will sail seven, 10-day Baja Peninsula & Sea of Cortez voyages, visiting Cabo San Lucas (overnight), La Paz, Loreto, and Puerto Vallarta, roundtrip from Los Angeles.      

Cruises to the Hawaiian Islands 

With two homeports offering 15-day roundtrip cruises to Hawaii, including Los Angeles and San Francisco, guests can choose a tailor-made itinerary island-hopping to Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and Hilo on Grand Princess and Sapphire Princess (Los Angeles) or Ruby Princess (roundtrip San Francisco).   

Cruises to the California and Pacific Northwest Coasts 

Princess Cruises offers two homeports from which to explore the relaxed lifestyle and scenic beauty of the California and Pacific Northwest coasts.  Sailing seven-day cruises from Los Angeles onboard Discovery Princess and Majestic Princess and seven-day cruises from San Francisco aboard Ruby Princess, guests will experience coastal towns and cities including San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Monterey. Shorter, three-to five-day cruises also highlight these coastal towns as well as Ensenada, Mexico. Guests can enjoy another seven-day cruise opportunity from San Francisco on Ruby Princess that visits Astoria and Seattle.

Princess Cruises past guests are eligible for a discount off launch fares when they book by November 30, 2020. This discount can be combined with launch and group promotions. These discounts do not apply to third or fourth berth guests. 


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