is offering an unprecedented choice of itineraries and departure dates on six different ships as part of its 2010 Europe programme.
Cruise lengths range from one week to 25 days between April and December next year and bookings will open next month.
Jan Swartz, executive vice president of the cruise line, said the company aims to innovate its itineraries each year by offering differing combinations of marquis and emerging ports.
"Our 2010 season underscores how we use our more than two decades of experience in Europe to design the widest array of fascinating cruise choices for our passengers," she commented.
Among the ships that will be sailing throughout the continent next summer will be the Ruby Princess, the Star Princess and the Crown Princess.
Other sailing destinations include Alaska, Australia, New Zealand, the Caribbean, the Mexican Riviera and South America.
Written by Mike Cotgreave