Enjoy 3+ months of iconic cities, exotic islands, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and faraway destinations like Iceland and Peru. This once in a lifetime cruise will be sure to delight even the most seasoned traveller.
See 6 continents and 40+ destinations over 106 unforgettable nights!
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106 nights on the Sea Princess
Sydney | Brisbane | Komodo Island | Singapore | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Muscat, Oman | Dubai | Aqaba, Jordan (for Petra) | Suez Canal Transit & Scenic Cruising | Santorini, Greece | Sibenik, Croatia | Venice, Italy | Valletta, Malta | Rome | Cannes, France (for Monte Carlo) | Barcelona | Ceuta, Spain | Lisbon, Portugal | Cork, Ireland | London (Dover) | Bergen, Norway | Hellesylt, Norway | Tromsø, Norway | Honningsvåg | Lofoten Islands | Akureyri, Iceland | Isafjördur | Reykjavik | Halifax, Canada | New York, USA | Miami | Cartagena, Colombia | Panama Canal Full Transit and Scenic Cruising | Quito, Ecuador | Lima, Peru | Pisco | Easter Island, Chile | Pitcairn Island, British Overseas Territory Scenic Cruising | Tahiti | Moorea | Auckland | Sydney
Pricing based on inside twin share cabin. For information on solo cabins or oceanview, balcony or mini-suite upgrades, please contact us to learn more.
12 May | Sydney
Step onboard Sea Princess® and get ready for a world of discoveries.
14 May | Brisbane
Lying on the banks of the meandering river, Brisbane boasts elegant 19th-century sandstone buildings, a lively cultural scene and superb parklands. A dazzling array of adventures abound on the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.
21 May | Komodo Island, Indonesia
Proclaimed as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature the island's distinctive and varied terrain creates the perfect environment for the powerful-looking reptiles. Visit Pink Beach a popular swimming and snorkelling spot that boasts a shimmering beach of pink sand.
24 May | Singapore
What will tempt you in vibrant Singapore? The world-class shopping, the 'open concept' famous Singapore Zoo or Jurong Bird Park? Perhaps the Raffles Hotel,immortalised in novels and history books – where you can sit at the Long Bar fora famed 'Singapore Sling'.
28 May | Colombo, Sri Lanka
Discover the exotic beauty of the capital and explore British colonial influences that exist in tandem with ancient temples and flavourful culinary traditions.Visit the last Sinhalese kingdom of Kandy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
1 Jun | Muscat, Oman (Mina Qaboos)
Oman is famous for its exotic culture, gorgeous desert scenery and crystal-clear blue waters. One of the most spectacular sights of Muscat is the Grand Mosque.A visit to Bait Al Zubair offers displays of weaponry and art.
2 - 3 Jun | Dubai, UAE
With two days in spellbinding Dubai, you can visit the eye-catching Burj Khalifa and check out the observation deck taking in views of the city, beaches and desert. To experience the thriving culture, pay a visit to the massive JumeirahMosque with its impressive minarets and a soaring dome.
10 Jun | Aqaba, Jordon (for Petra)
On a shore excursion view one of the more awe-inspiring places in the world, theLost City of Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the tombs of ancient rulers,a massive amphitheatre and 'Al Khazneh', The Treasury.
11 - 12 Jun | Suez Canal Transit & Scenic Cruising
Take in the breathtaking views as you enjoy a scenic transit from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea.
14 Jun | Santorini, Greece
From sinking your toes into black-sand beaches to enjoying authenticMediterranean cuisine at a cliff-top café, Santorini will delight. Outstanding views of the submerged volcano can be seen from Fira and photo opportunities abound in Oia, known for its picturesque architecture, pristine whitewashed buildings and blue-domed churches.
16 Jun | Sibenik, Croatia (NEW)
The quaint old town is rich in culture and historical monuments including the famous Cathedral of Sibenik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby lies the magnificent Krka National Park where a variety of animals, birds and plants welcome you.
17 - 18 Jun | Venice, Italy
Venice's Grand Canal has been granted the coveted title of the '8th Cruise Wonder of the World', by Princess Cruises® and Condé Nast Traveler. Discover its piazzas and palaces, then board a gondola for a sunset ride and be serenaded under the glitter of starlight.
20 Jun | Valletta, Malta
It's hard to know where to begin in this delightful, historic city. St. John's Cathedral is considered as one of the finest cathedrals in the world. The Tarxien Temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and date back to 3000 BCE, whilst an excursion to Hal Saflieni Hypogeum offers rock carved chambers and passages dating between 3600 and 2500 BCE.
22 Jun | Rome, Italy (from Civitavecchia)
The Eternal City eternally beckons. Get a feel for the grandeur of a ruling empire when you discover the Sistine Chapel, the Roman Forum and Saint Peter’s Square and Basilica. Wonder at Rome’s grandest monument, the Colosseum.
23 Jun | Cannes, France (for Monte Carlo)
Monte Carlo, playground of the rich and famous, lies at the heart of the Riviera. Sleek yachts grace the harbour. Boutiques offer fashions from the most prestigious couturiers in Europe. The ornate Prince palace, now opened to the public, is worth a visit.
24 Jun | Barcelona, Spain
Cultural Barcelona is a favourite port for world travellers. Stroll Las Ramblas to the medieval Gothic Quarter, visit the palatial Picasso Museum and the spires of Gaudi’s Basilica La Sagrada Familia.
26 Jun | Ceuta, Spanish Morocco, Spain (NEW)
Ceuta boasts an easy-going charm and a cosmopolitan mix of cultures. The city is also a gateway for Morocco and the dramatic landscape of the Rif Mountains. Explore Medina of Chefchaouen, a stunning Moroccan hamlet described as'The Blue City'. Don't miss the bustling bazaar filled with delights.
27 Jun | Lisbon, Portugal
Once the centre of a vast trading empire, Lisbon has a rich tradition of bold explorers – a cultural spirit that is captured in the city's Monument to theDiscoveries. The Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery and Alfama Quarter are some of the highlights.
30 Jun | Cork, Ireland (Cobh for Blarney Castle)
From Cork, stroll the narrow country lanes of romantic Ireland and see theLakes of Killarney. Scale the narrow passages of Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone and see if you’ve been gifted the power of eloquence.
2 Jul | London, Great Britain (Dover)
Royalty, culture and history can be found at every turn. Visit Westminster Abbey,and the notorious Tower of London. Take a birds-eye view from the London Eye or head out of town to Kent's green countryside.
4 Jul | Bergen, Norway (NEW)
Start out with a ride on the funicular, from the vantage point see the fjords and sprawling city below. Head down to the 'old city' section of town, known as Bryggen, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. You could also visit a fjord on a scenic day excursion.
5 Jul | Hellesylt, Norway (for Geiranger) (NEW)
Hellesylt is your gateway to the scenic wonders of the Geirangerfjord district. Enjoy a full day shore excursion and take a visit to Jostedalsbreen National Park,home to Norway's last remnant of the Ice Age before trekking to Briksdal Glacier.The dramatic landscape also offers stunning vistas of mountains, waterfalls, and fast-flowing rivers.
7 Jul | Tromsø, Norway
Lying north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø offers the opportunity to visit a WildernessCamp with more than 250 Alaskan huskies. The stunning Arctic Cathedral is where the Midnight Sun is welcomed of an evening, (weather permitting).
8 Jul | Honningsvåg, Norway (for North Cape)
Head over to Mageroya Island which is often referred to as the northernmost point of Europe and the land of the midnight sun. The island is home to a mesmerising landscape, charming villages and the indigenous Sami who tend to the 4,000-5,000 resident reindeer.
10 Jul | Lofoten Islands, Norway (Gravdal)
Discover serenity, beauty and abundant wildlife on a scenic cruise through the glorious landscapes. Indulge in a traditional lunch in the quaint town of Svolvær,or visit the Lofotr Viking Museum.
11 Jul | Akureyri, Iceland
Iceland - ‘the land of fire and ice’ beckons. Visit the Godafoss Waterfall known as the 'Waterfall of the Gods'. It is one of the most beautiful and popular. Or head to the still active Krafla volcano, a geologic expanse of boiling mud pools and steaming vents.
12 Jul | Isafjördur, Iceland (NEW)
Explore some of Iceland's oldest and best preserved buildings, dating from the18th-century. Learn how the local seamen made their livelihood over a century ago at the Ósvör Museum or visit Europe's smallest post office on Vigur Island.
13 Jul | Reykjavik, Iceland
From volcanoes to glaciers, thermal springs to icy rivers, Reykjavik offers many of Iceland's contrasting wonders, including the famous Blue Lagoon, a stunning outdoor geothermal spa.
19 Jul | Halifax, Canada
Head to Lunenburg, a colonial seaport town which has an Old Town designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to visit Peggy’s Point Lighthouse,at Peggy's Cove, a quaint, historic fishing village dating back to 1811.
21 - 22 Jul | New York, USA
It's impossible not to be awed in New York. From the Statue of Liberty to Times Square, from urban Central Park to the Rockefeller Center, New York spreads an irresistible feast for all. With an overnight stay, you'll have time to walk the famous Brooklyn Bridge to take in the sights.
25 Jul | Miami, USA (NEW)
Take in the day at legendary South Beach. Explore the natural wonders of the UNESCO-inscribed Everglades and the laid-back charms of the Keys. Or discover ‘Cuba in Miami’ at Miami's famous Little Havana neighbourhood. There’s plenty of action in one of the busiest sea ports in the world.
28 Jul | Cartagena, Colombia
The Spanish Empire’s influence on the New World is self evident in Cartagena’s fortress walls, quaint narrow streets and balconied houses. The walled Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
29 Jul | Panama Canal Transit Scenic Cruising
Appreciate the engineering feat of the Panama Canal on a full day transit.
31 Jul | Quito, Ecuador (Manta)
Quito boasts a wealth of South American history as well as phenomenal views of the Andes. One of the most unique attractions is the Equatorial Monument where you can ‘stand on the equator’. Check out the post office, and send yourself a letter from ‘Middle of the Earth’.
3 - 4 Aug | Lima, Peru (Callao)
One of the highlights will undoubtedly be the Gold Museum, which boasts one of the largest collections of Incan jewellery in the world. The famous Indian Market offers unique items for that special souvenir. From Lima you can take an excursion to Machu Picchu.
5 Aug | Pisco, Peru (San Martin)
Truly astonishing, the Nazca Lines, can be best viewed on a flight. From this unique perspective, you can see the hundreds of geoglyphs etched into the surface below. Thrill to the sight of birds, fish, llamas, jaguars and monkeys. The wildlife sanctuary of Islas Ballestas is often called the ‘Galapagos of Peru’ and easiest explored on a shore excursion.
10 Aug | Easter Island, Chile
The monoliths of Easter Island are puzzling and fascinating. The oldest of the Moai, as the great monoliths are called, date back to 700 A.D. See the quarry, visit the statues and take in the views on a shore excursion.
13 Aug | Pitcairn Island, British Overseas Territory Scenic Cruising
As Sea Princess® takes you on a scenic cruise around this small, isolated island, you'll hear commentary on its unique place in history.
16 Aug | Tahiti, French Polynesia (Papeete)
Tahiti is a traveller’s paradise. Aquamarine lagoons, white sand beaches and lush tropical forests with plunging waterfalls lure you ashore. Visit Point Venus, where Cook’s expedition observed the transit of Venus across the sun in 1769.
17 Aug | Moorea, French Polynesia
Here you will see fishermen paddling outrigger canoes, pareo-clad women strolling along roads and children fishing from island bridges. But it is the aquatic adventures that beckon most ashore; paragliding over the shimmering lagoon, snorkelling, scuba diving, dolphin watching and even shark feeding.
23 Aug | Auckland, New Zealand
Sailing into Auckland's harbour you'll realise why this is called ‘the City of Sails’. The city has a vibrant style, whilst a visit to the ‘island of wine’ may be a perfect place to spend a day. Waitomo's glow worm grotto is a true geological phenomenon of nature and close by.
27 Aug | Sydney
Be greeted by the famous Opera House, and say goodbye to new found friends.
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