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Published on Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Princess Cruises confirms largest ever UK and Europe deployment

Princess Cruises will have seven ships in the UK and Europe in 2021, its largest ever deployment.

Its smallest ship, the 670-guest Pacific Princess (pictured here), will join six other vessels in the region, sailing a series of Mediterranean voyages from Rome and Venice from June to October.

In the UK, nearly 500 nights cruising from Southampton will be available across three ships - Grand Princess, Island Princess and Crown Princess.

Princess has already confirmed that the 2,600-guest Grand Princess will sail the longest ever period for a UK-based ship, from April to November, in the Mediterranean, northern Europe and Canada & New England.

In addition, the 2,200-guest Island Princess will spend June to October sailing across northern Europe, while the 3,080-guest Crown Princess will sail round Britain from April to October.

Princess Cruises' three newest ships - the 3,660-guest Sky Princess, Enchanted Princess and Discovery Princess - will be based in northern and southern Europe respectively on a series of cruises departing from Copenhagen, Barcelona, Rome and Athens.

Tony Roberts, Princess Cruise vice president UK & Europe, said: "Europe remains the most popular destination for UK guests and we are thrilled that the longest season in our history has just been enhanced with a wider variety of destinations on more ships than ever before.

All voyages are now on sale.

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