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Princess Cruises offers trips from £499 and onboard savings package

Princess Cruises has announced its ‘best sale ever’ for Wave with prices starting at £499 per person and a £50 deposit available.

The offer runs from December 20 to March 2 and applies to all of the cruise line's 1,500 future cruises up to April 2022. This represents the most voyages and widest range of choice ever available for a Princess sale.

In addition, for the first time, guests can choose to add a simplified onboard savings package for £35 per person per day. The package covers premium drinks, unlimited WiFi and gratuities - which is worth over £70 for guests who pay for these items in advance of their cruise, or onboard.

The package is commissionable for agents and can be added to both retail and net fares. Agents can add the package to customers’ existing bookings as well.

The all-inclusive premium drinks include cocktails, wine, beer, spirits, coffee and tea. Guests who prefer soft drinks or are under the drinking age can take advantage of the likes of fruit juices, mocktails and smoothies.

The cruise line is now able to offer WiFi as part of a savings package due to an increasing number of ships being upgraded to ‘MedallionNet’, which incorporates next-generation onboard technology to allow ‘fast, reliable and unlimited’ connectivity.

Included in the offers are voyages on the 3,080-guest Crown Princess, which sails roundtrip from May to November next year from Southampton to destinations such as the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and northern Europe. Also included is the 2,200-guest Island Princess, which will sail out of Southampton from June to October to northern Europe.

The introduction of the Wave sale and additional package are underpinned by the ‘Princess Agent Promise’. The promise reinforces the line’s commitment to the trade.

Tony Roberts, vice president UK & Europe for the cruise line, said: “We’re excited for agents to be able to give this level of choice with our best sale ever. Guests can make the most of both the best fare and best value.

“And we’re confident our simple onboard savings package will offer even more appeal. Just imagine your customers relaxing with an all-inclusive cocktail on the top deck of one of our stunning ships while staying connected with friends and family back home via our fast, reliable and unlimited WiFi.”

Some of the sailings include:

A seven-night Mexican Riviera cruise departing May 2, 2020, on Royal Princess. Sailing roundtrip from Los Angeles, calling at Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. Prices from £499 per person cruise only or from £744 per person inclusive of onboard savings package.

A ten-night European Capitals cruise departing September 21, 2020, on Island Princess, Sailing roundtrip from Southampton, calling at Hamburg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Oslo, Rotterdam, Brussels/Bruges (Zeebrugge) and Paris/Normandy (Le Havre). Prices from £1399 per person cruise only or from £1819 per person inclusive of onboard savings package.

Crown Princess, Island Princess and Regal Princess, which will sail round Britain next year, all offer MedallionNet. Crown Princess and Regal Princess also offer the complimentary OceanMedallion wearable device to all guests.

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