Regal Princess will offer 14 UK voyages running from July 31 through to September 23, 2021. Sky Princess will offer eight UK cruises, running from August 30 through to September 28, 2021.
Regal Princess and Sky Princess will offer scenic cruises and voyages with stops in UK ports-of-call including Liverpool, Belfast and Greenock, with itineraries ranging from three to seven nights.
All guests will have the opportunity to make their cruise all-inclusive by selecting the Princess Plus fare, which includes the cruise line’s premium drinks package, unlimited MedallionNet Wi-Fi and gratuities for £30 per person per day.
All-inclusive fares for a balcony stateroom start from £539pp for a three-night scenic voyage; £599pp for a four-night cruise with up to one port; and £999pp for a seven-night cruise with up to three ports-of-call. Guests can book with a £50 deposit if booked before May 3, 2021.
Bookings made by April 30, 2021 will be covered by Princess Cruises ‘Book with Confidence’ policy, meaning guests can cancel up to 30 days prior to sailing and receive cancellation fees back as a Future Cruise Credit.
These Summer Seacations will feature many of the signature onboard experiences enjoyed on a Princess holiday. All world-class dining venues will be open including the specialty restaurants, where guests can dine at Princess favorites Crown Grill Steakhouse and Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria, as well as newer additions to the fleet such as Sky Princess’ Bistro Sur La Mer specially created with Three Michelin star chef Emmanuel Renaut.
Given the advanced progress of the UK vaccination programme, and strong expressed preference on the part of guests for this limited series of UK coastal cruises, these sailings on Regal Princess and Sky Princess will be for UK resident COVID-19 vaccinated guests only.
All guests and crew will be required to follow enhanced health and well-being measures to protect everyone onboard on these cruises. These have been developed with guidance from the cruise line’s global medical and public health experts and scientists and in close coordination with UK government agencies.
These protocols include enhanced sanitization measures, appropriate social distancing and the wearing of masks in certain areas of the ship. Crew will also undergo a strict testing and quarantine regime as well as regular testing during their time on board.
Princess Cruises’ protocols are subject to change, as they will continue to work with their experts and with government bodies to ensure all of their practices evolve in line with latest advice, with their primary focus always being to protect the health and wellbeing of their crew, guests and the communities we visit.
Travel insurance will also be mandatory for all guests.