has announced its global itineraries for the 2007-08 season, with some exciting destinations involving superb liners.
Cruises to the Far East, Australia and New Zealand, the South Pacific, Hawaii, South America and Antarctica are on the cards for the new season, involving Princess Cruises
ships with capacities of 670 to 2,670 sailing to new destinations.
"Our deployment of ships around the globe has long been a Princess hallmark and we've committed to offering our passengers the very best of exotic cruise travel," said Jan Swartz, Princess' senior vice president of customer service and sales.
"Passengers expect exciting destinations and itineraries from us, and this new programme offers them a variety of unique choices, from a fascinating new Amazon itinerary to luxurious Pacific crossings."Royal Princess
will be venturing to the Amazon for the first time, while there will be a debut season in Australia for Sun Princess
Seven continents, 57 countries and 135 ports will be visited by Princess Cruises
next season, with two new ports in Tobago and Brazil for the Royal Princess to take her passengers.
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