Princess Cruises Reveals Longest Ever Cruise From Australia

Cruises might not be back on the cards just yet. But by 2023 – 2024, traveling the world on a luxurious cruise ship will become a reality.

Princess Cruises has announced its new program of cruises, featuring the longest ever world cruise from Australia which will set sail in 2024.

Departing from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Fremantle, the cruises will offer a trip around the globe, stopping in at travel destinations like St Petersburg, Stockholm, Crete, and Tahiti.

Image: The Coral Princess will stop in at Tahiti during its record-breaking voyage | Source: Kazuo Ota

The Coral Princess leaving from Sydney in April 2024 will stop in 32 countries across an incredible 110-day journey. The 2000-guest Coral Princess offers more than 700 balcony staterooms, a number of dining options, a Vegas-style casino, swimming pools, and a sports court.

In an article published in Travel Weekly, sales and marketing director Nick Ferguson said that the record-breaking world cruise was a highlight of Princess Cruises’ program. Tickets for the cruise will be available for purchase in December.

The Princess Cruises program will feature 113 departures between September 2023 and October 2024 in total, making it one of the cruise liner’s largest yet.

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