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Voyages Cruise Guide – What’s Inside:

Voyages by U.S. Tours presents its 20-page inaugural guide to cruise opportunities on the oceans and rivers of the world. This new division of respected operator U.S. Tours aims to become “group cruise central” for professional tour planners. In the guide, profiles of 10 partner lines provide highlights of each cruise company and suggested voyages. These partners include Celebrity, Costa, Cunard, Holland America, Princess and Royal Caribbean, plus small-ship lines AmaWaterways, American Queen Steamboat, Seabourn and Victory. From beginning to end, Voyages by U.S. Tours handles all the details of planning a cruise, including collecting deposits and final payments, coordinating schedules, getting documents, arranging for special side trips and just going to bat for you should a problem arise. Its dedicated group department also can offer complimentary meeting space on the ship if needed and coordinate any special events you might wish to include.

Princess Cruises is a global premium cruise line focusing on destinations.

Fleet size

Princess has 17 large cruise ships each carrying between 2,000 and 3,560 passengers, plus one small ship (670 passengers).


More than 380 destinations around the globe, including ports in the Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal, Mexico, Europe, South America, Australia/New Zealand, the South Pacific, Hawaii, Asia and Canada/New England. Most cruises range from 3 to 20 days, with longer sailings from 25 to 111 days.

Discernible differences

Princess offers a full range of onboard amenities, dining options, entertainment and unique programing created in partnership with Discovery at SEA and Animal Planet. It also features wellness programs and children’s activities. Accommodations include the new Club Class Mini-Suites.

Group policies

Group programs for five or more cabins include benefits such as cabin upgrades, low or no deposits to block space, combinable group fare discounts, and a flexible amenity program. One tour conductor credit is awarded for every 16 full-fare, lower-berth passengers.

What’s new

A multi-year campaign is introducing new dining options, entertainment programs and activities, as well as launching a wearable technology device to enhance the cruise experience. In 2019, Princess will deploy one of its newest, largest ships to Mexico and Alaska; five new ships on order are due between 2019 and 2025.

Awards won

Awarded Best Cruise Itineraries 12 times by Recommend magazine and recognized three years running by USA Today in its 10 Best Travel Awards. Princess was recently named Top Cruise Line in the Mexican Riviera in Cruise Critic’s Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards.

Suggested Voyages

Calling all wine enthusiasts! When you cruise along California’s Pacific Coast, you’ll be able to learn and taste on the water as well as on land! You’ll have the opportunity onboard to taste wines and participate in activities tailored to wine enthusiasts.  If you’re looking to explore some of the renowned wineries on the West Coast, it’s time to plan a cruise!