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Alaska Float Planes Carrying Cruise Passengers Collide, Resulting in Fatalities, Injuries




Two float planes carrying Royal Princess cruise passengers collided on Monday outside Ketchikan, Alaska, resulting in the death of four people, with two still missing, according to an update released by the United States Coast Guard on Tuesday morning. An earlier Princess Cruises statement reported five deaths, including four cruise passengers. (cruisecritic.com)

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Princess Cruises Continues Activation of MedallionClass Vacations on Six More Ships in 2020




Princess Cruises (logo)Princess Cruises today announced the expansion of its MedallionClass Vacations to six additional ships in 2020 – Ruby Princess (January 27), Grand Princess (March 29), Enchanted Princess (June 15), Emerald Princess (August 16), Coral Princess (October 16), and Island Princess (December 20) – bringing the enhanced and personalized cruise vacation experience to Australia, New Zealand and a World Cruise for the first time.

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Princess Cruises Begins 50th Alaska Season



Princess Cruises 50th year sailing in Alaska began this weekend with the arrival of Ruby Princess into Ketchikan and Juneau. This summer, seven Princess Cruises ships will sail to Alaska with the inaugural season of Royal Princess beginning on May 11.

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Princess Cruises Introduces McKinley “Mac” The Moose New Plush Character Friend of Stanley the Bear



In celebration of Princess Cruises 50 years of sailing to the Great Land of Alaska, the cruise line is introducing McKinley the moose, a plush character friend of Stanley, who was first introduced in 2017 as the official bear plush for the cruise line, named after the company’s founder Stanley B. McDonald.

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Princess Cruises Returns to Tahiti for Fall 2020 Cruise Season



The Pacific Princess (Photo courtesy Princess Cruises)In 2020, Princess Cruises guests will enjoy the welcoming spirit and idyllic islands of French Polynesia when the cruise line returns to Tahiti with the intimate Pacific Princess, offering a series of roundtrip cruises for the first time since 2015.

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Two Cruise Lines Drop Brunei Port Visits in Response to Country’s New LGBTQ Laws

Two cruise lines have announced that they will cease visiting Brunei in the wake of the country’s adoption of brutal anti-LGBTQ laws. Both Princess Cruises and Regent Seven Seas are eliminating port visits to the country which last week quietly ushered in a new law that makes homosexual sex an offense that’s punishable by death. (travelpulse.com)

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