Princess Cruises offers unprecedented savings on Alaska 2022

With the first full season of Alaska cruises since 2019 set to depart later this month, Princess Cruises is offering some incredible deals on fares booked by May 3, 2022, with the “Summer on Sail” promotion.

All 2022 Alaska cruises and cruises are included in the sale, and with cruise ships slated for the region, there are plenty of options for cruise passengers looking to visit the final frontier.

Amazing deals on amazing routes

Princess Cruises’ “Summer on Sail” promotion offers up to 40% off fares to Alaska, including 12 different itinerary options across 140 departure dates aboard six spectacular ships. Sailings are available from four different ports of embarkation – Seattle, Vancouver, Anchorage (Whittier) and San Francisco, giving guests plenty of options for exceptional getaways.

Thanks to these incredible savings, Alaska cruises have never been so affordablewith rates under $500 per person based on double occupancy.

Fare discounts are available on all Alaska sailings and apply to the first two passengers in each stateroom. Final fares vary based on departure date, cabin chosen and other factors.

Six Princess ships in Alaska

Princess Cruises positions itself six ships in Alaska for the summer sailing seasoneach with unique features and amenities to appeal to a wide range of passengers, from seasoned travelers to cruising novices and couples and families to solo travelers, group cruises, and more.

The newest ship in the line, the Royal class Discovery Princess, will debut its inaugural season in Alaska, offering 7-night Inside Passage itineraries from Seattle. It will be Princess Cruises’ largest ship in Alaska this year, with a capacity of 3,660 passengers based on double occupancy.

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The slightly smaller Crown class crown princess will also depart from Seattle on the same Inside Passage routes as Discovery Princessvisiting Victoria, Sitka, Juneau, Ketchikan and Skagway.

Discovery Princess will offer departures on Sundays, while crown princess will leave on Saturday.

Three ships will offer 7-night “Glacier Voyage” itineraries – the Royal Class ships royal princess and majestic princessas well as the smaller and more intimate Grand-class big princess.

These itineraries can be combined for a 14-night round trip from Vancouver or Anchoring, or enjoyed as one-way trips north or south. Together, these three ships can bring more than 9,700 passengers to Alaska each week.

The Crown class ruby princess will offer a total of 14 longer, 10-night Inside Passage round-trip itineraries from San Francisco, a convenient port of embarkation that allows for more days at sea to enjoy the ship. This ship has a double occupancy capacity of 3,080 passengers.

Together, Princess Cruises’ six ships can welcome nearly 16,500 guests to the Last Frontier each week, providing truly exceptional experiences for all who visit this must-see destination.

Majestic Princess in Alaska
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New in 2022 Experiences

As guests around the world are eager to experience Alaska, Princess Cruises has created a range of new experiences for guests, such as Professor Amy Butcher, award-winning author of ‘Mothertrucker: Finding Joy on the Loneliest Highway in America’ ,” and renowned Alaskan author and journalist Tom Kizzia, including “Pilgrim’s Wilderness – A True Story of Faith and Madness on the Alaska Frontier.”

The cruise line is also presenting its location-based “Wild for Alaska Seafood” initiative featuring an extensive menu rotation of fresh Alaskan seafood dishes, as well as destination-inspired cocktails and premium wine pairings.

Popular guest-favorite experiences such as Alaska Native Speakers, Whale Watching Tours, “Cook My Catch” and “Puppies in the Piazza” fishing tours with Skagway’s newest sled dogs visiting aboard the ship, will also be on offer throughout the season, bringing exceptional memories – making opportunities for every guest.

Princess Cruises in Alaska

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