Emerald Princess

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The newest jewel in the Princess crown, Emerald Princess is everything you would expect from such a modern, luxurious ship. As with most of our ships, the theme is choices. There are multiple dining options, including Traditional and Anytime Dining and specialty venues like the popular Sabatini's. There is the Lotus Spa with its myriad treatments, and the Lotus Fitness Center where you can stay trim from all the delicious cuisine. You'll enjoy watching Movies Under the Stars, and will have nearly 900 balcony staterooms from which to choose.

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Emerald Princess
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Departing Date: November 30, 2014
Departing From: Houston, Texas Check In Starts At 1200p Check In 1
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Ports of Call: Houston, Texas Check In Starts At 1200p Check In 1 | Island Of Cozumel, Mexico | Island Of Roatan, Honduras | Belize City, Belize Tender Required Wheelchair Acc | Houston, Texas








  • Itinerary
  • Ship Information
  • Deck Plans
  • Staterooms
  • Other Dates
  • Reviews

Itinerary: 7 Night Western Caribbean

Sun Nov 30, 2014 Houston, Texas Check In Starts At 1200p Check In 1 -- 4:00 pm
Mon Dec 1, 2014 At Sea -- --
Tue Dec 2, 2014 Island Of Cozumel, Mexico 8:00 am 5:00 pm
Wed Dec 3, 2014 Island Of Roatan, Honduras 9:00 am 6:00 pm
Thu Dec 4, 2014 Belize City, Belize Tender Required Wheelchair Acc 7:00 am 5:00 pm
Fri Dec 5, 2014 At Sea -- --
Sat Dec 6, 2014 At Sea -- --
Sun Dec 7, 2014 Houston, Texas 7:00 am --

Note: Cruise itinerary is subject to change. Please verify ports and times with the cruiseline directly.

Emerald Princess Facilities / On Board Activities

Dining / Dinner Entertainment / Recreation Gratuity Policies
No. of Dinner Sittings:

Usual Dinner Hours:
Personal Choice, 6:30pm & 8:30pm

Special Diet:
Available upon request

Dress Code:
May vary from Cruise Casual to Formal.
Art Exhibition and Auctions
Art Gallery
Bars/Lounges/ Night Clubs - 7
Movie Theater/Cinema - 2
Photo Shop and Photo Gallery
Pools - Outdoor - 5
Sports Deck
Video Arcade
Suites and Mini-Suites
$11.00 per passenger per day

All Other Staterooms
$10.50 per passenger per day
Services Shopping Athletic/Exercise Facilities
Wedding Chapel Boutique
Duty Free Shops
9 Hole Golf Putting Course
Fitness Center
Golf Simulators

Emerald Princess Onboard Experience

Princess CruisesEmerald Princess entered service in May, 2007, a true sister to the Crown Princess and a near sister ship to the 2,600-passenger Grand Princess presented in 1998, once the biggest cruise ship at sea, though that didn't last for long. Emerald Princess comes in at a heftier 113,00-tons and carries about 410 more passengers at a capacity of 3080. Therefore, as opposed to the eerily empty feeling you can get aboard the spacious 2700-passenger Grand-class vessels, on these ships you get more of a feel of "abuzz with activity", akin to the 110,000-ton Conquest-class ships of Carnival that can hold as many as 3400 passengers.

However, thanks to shrewd layout, multiple dining venues, four expansive outdoor deck areas (1.7 acres!), multiple sports facilities, four pools, and nine hot tubs, passengers are rarely concentrated in any one area. Meanwhile, the mega-ship amenities included for those who can never get enough dining, entertainment, spa and fitness choices, means the Princess ships of this class make the best of everything for ships in this size and price range. Their programs for younger passengers are exemplary, and their Lido buffet dining spot is open around the clock.

One new feature which is a first for Princess with the sister Crown Princess is the Sanctuary, an adults-only spa-like space on the upper-most forward deck featuring quiet music and surroundings of lush greenery referred to by Princess as a "pocket of tranquility". There are outdoor cabanas where one can receive full massage services from the onboard Lotus Spa, or there are casual neck and shoulder massages available. The space also offers signature beverages and light meals such as smoothies, energy drinks, flavored waters and lemonade. A menu features fruit skewers, lettuce wrapped spring rolls, and spicy tuna.

An adjunct to the Sanctuary is the Thermal Suite, an area within the spa offering steam saunas infused with aromatherapy essential oils such as eucalyptus or lavender, a dry sauna, rainmist showers and heated ceramic "zero-gravity" beds to rest upon after your steam.
Another new feature is a spiced-up atrium known as The Piazza, featuring the a 24-hour International Café with sandwiches, tapas and special coffees available for very reasonable prices; and Vines, a wine bar where one can get expert advice from the on duty sommelier and sample a variety of fine wines by the glass. On the Piazza stage, various entertainers will appear seemingly out of nowhere to amuse and entertain you; jugglers, close-up magicians, tumblers and an assortment of costumed oddities.
Emerald Princess also offers "Movies Under the Stars," a huge (300 sq. ft) flat panel rear-projection video screen and 6900 watts of sound power to show up to four different near first-run films daily outdoors above the pool. This was such a hit on Caribbean Princess that the concept was added to all the large Princess ships. On some ships they hand out headphones to viewers to alleviate complaints from nearby cabins.

Having offered the first wedding chapel at sea (with the Captain doing the honors) on Grand Princess, Emerald Princess also offers true marriages at sea, as well as vow renewals. A complete professional digital photography studio in the F/X Digital Photo Center is perfect for those all-important wedding photos. The medical center is one of the most advanced at sea, the first to offer real-time teleconferencing support from a leading national cardiac care center in the United States.

The most incongruous, and arguably pleasing, factor about these mega-ships is that the public rooms aren't much bigger than those on much smaller ships giving it the feel of a much smaller ship than it really is. The one oddity of the "Grand-class" design is the compromised privacy of most balconies that extend out from the ship in a pyramid-like stacking arrangement which allows people from several decks above can look right down into your "private" enclave. From the Deck 11, for instance, you can watch other passengers on deck nine and ten balconies. Deck 10 occupants can in turn observe their counterparts on the Deck nine.

Emerald Princess Things to Do

Princess CruisesWith a dozen or so venues for nightlife, you're virtually assured of finding something that floats your boat, to coin a phrase. There's no faulting the lavishness of the production shows, which feature extravagant special effects. The performers in the cabaret are a talented bunch. As stated, the theater itself is rather cramped and not easy to escape unnoticed.

The Internet room on these Grand-class ships do not qualify as "cafés" as there are no café-style treats available. Another drawback is the limited number of wi-fi wireless enabled areas on the ship, pretty much limited to the piazza area. It is too bad to see a modern ship without Internet access in the cabins. The connection speed was spotty, but usually fast enough to be workable. Tech support was almost invisible, but fellow passengers are knowledgeable enough these days to help in almost any situation.

The casino has all of the standard slot machines, including nickel and even penny machines - a great way to waste away your day with little risk to your pocket book. There is craps, roulette, blackjack (also face-up blackjack), and other table games. The most noticable new attraction is a video screen driven Texas Hold'em table where up to eight players compete against each other, but the antes and raises are limited to $3 to $6 per round. This can add up when all the palyers are involved, but it keeps the pots reasonable enough in size that it's unlikely anyone is going to pull out a six-shooter to snatch the pot and ride out of town.
It is rare to find such ample fitness facilities, especially when you add in the Sanctuary and the thermal suite which serve as extensions to the existing spa and offer many of the same services and more. The thermal suite is offered for $10 per day, or at a reduced price for the entire cruise, reduced even further for pre-paying couples. Costs will be pro-rated if you decide to join mid-cruise.

The four pools, including a "swim-against-the-current" lap pool, are uniformly gorgeous, thanks in no small part to colorful mosaics and surrounding palm trees. Low marks, though, to whoever decided to put the separate jogging track right above the spa, as the relentless thundering of hooves overhead isn't terribly conducive to one's enjoying her massage or beauty treatment. Even though prices are substantially higher than ashore, spa services are very popular, especially in the afternoon. You'll occasionally have to stand in line for some of the more popular workout apparatuses in the gym. There's a wrap-around promenade deck for long walks, a golf simulator and 9-hole putting green, and courts for basketball, volleyball or tennis.

Emerald Princess Dining / Dinner

What can you say about a ship that offers three main dining rooms instead of the usual multi-tiered, bigger than life one? They are more intimate and definitely quieter, but the decor is not likely to elicit a "wow" response either. There are three dining rooms, two dedicated to "personal choice" dining which means open seating and country-club casual dress nightly from 5:30 to 11:00 p.m. For the more traditional minded, the third dining room, deck six aft, offers the standard cruise line seating, early at 6:30 and late seating at 8:15 (subject to change). Diners are assigned tables and tablemates, and are serviced at the same time and by the same waiters every night.
Unlike many cruise lines, Princess does not have an executive chef designing the recipes for the entire fleet. Each ship has its own executive chef who is responsible for the menu creation. This means cuisine is more tailored the region the ship is cruising, a nice touch. It also gives the chef the ability to change food selection according to passenger response. In talking to the executive chef on board, we were told that the best food is served in the open seating restaurants (though the menus are identical in all three main dining rooms) because of the ability to cook food as it is ordered, rather than according to a pre-determined time schedule. Our food always arrived hot and perfectly prepared.

The ship offers two alternative dining spots carrying cover charges. First is Sabatini's Trattoria where guests are required to try a little bit of everything on the menu, the only choice being your main course. The second premium dining option is Emeralde Grill, featuring chops and seafood, and the one we preferred.
The three principal restaurants, Island, Coral and Palm Dining Rooms, seating just over 500 passengers, feature hand-painted murals and etched-glass partitions. The drapes and carpeting in the main dining areas absorb sound efficiently enough to preclude diners having to holler across the table to one another.

Personal Choice Dining offers either traditional cruise dining (In the Amalfi), with a set seating time (6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.) and the same waiter and tablemates each evening, or new restaurant-style seating, allowing passengers to dine when and with whom they choose, with each party seated at its own table, as at a restaurant ashore (offered in the other two dining rooms). Restaurant-style diners may be seated in either of the two elegant main dining rooms any time between 5:30 and midnight. Many passengers are understandably grateful for this reprieve from having to hurry to dress for dinner in the traditional way after a long day ashore.
Sabatini's Italian Tratorria dining begins with focaccia bread and olive oil. next comes a wonderful selection of Italian antipasti, complemented with Sevruga caviar, delicious seafood salads, homemade pastas, and soups. Salads are tossed before your very eyes, and soup ladled into fresh bread bowls. Seafood predominates on the list of main courses; there are lobster, langoustines, tiger prawns, Chilean sea bass and scallops, with red meat dishes also on offer. Save room for the exquisite Italian pastries that will be wheeled before you toward meal's end. The service charge is $20 per person.

The Emerald Grill, featuring Angus beef and seafood specialties all custom-prepared in an open, theater-style kitchen, is the restaurant most preferred. The courses are served traditionally; salad, appetizer, soup, main course and dessert. The difference is in the quality and careful preparation. Using our meal as a sample, the carpaccio of pine nut-coated lamb loins with gooseberry chutney was the most unusual and delicious carpaccio I have ever tasted. Soups and salads include rockfish chowder or marinated goat's cheese. Main courses include a four-ounce Maine lobster tail, or for an additional $9.99 you can have an entire 24 to 32-ounce lobster, split and either grilled or steamed (your choice). Other main courses (no extra charge) are steaks of every traditional cut, lamb rack, pork, veal or beef chops; and seafoods including mussel pot, striped bass and tiger prawns or Australian barramundi. The recommended dessert choice is the chef's sampler which includes a small portion of every dessert offered. Service charge is $25 per person.

The Horizon Court is open 24 hours per day, with menu service at night, plus casual breakfast and luncheon buffet. There's also a festive pizzeria. For $100 per couple, you can book the Ultimate Balcony Dinner, to be served by a butler who discreetly makes himself scarce behind drapes or out in the hall between courses. The ship's photographer snaps a complimentary photo while you're eating.

At night, the Horizon Court restaurant is transformed into Cafe Caribe, offering a self-service buffet of tasty hot food in a very casual setting. Once seated there is full waiter service at fully set tables for drinks or anything else you may need. The courses change nightly, and it stays open until 4:00 a.m. (when breakfast begins). There is no service charge.

Room service on Princess ships is probably among the most limited you will find in this price range. They will not serve you a hot breakfast unless you opt for the $25 per person champagne balcony indulgence. They will bring you hot coffee, juice, rolls, cereal and yogurt. Lunch and dinner include the usual club sandwich, hamburgers and apple pie. There is no option to choose from the dining room menu, even during regular dinner hours. If you want a hot, fresh pizza they are delicious and enough for two people, but there is a $3 delivery charge.

The International Café in the Piazza offers a number of tidbits for just $1 apiece, including shrimp salads, tapas style hors d; oeuvres, and the best "service charge" items on the ship, the six scoops (choice of three different flavors) of real Italian gelato for a mere $1.50. You won't mind paying since the portion is more than enough for two people and includes toppings.
While Princess has a well-deserved reputation for good service securely footed in its British roots, truly personalized service may be too much to expect on a ship this size. That noted, cabin stewards and waiters are both efficient and personable. And rote processes that should be standardized and well executed on other ships but often fail miserably, such as efficient disembarkation, are generally practiced and polished to the point of excellence here.

A charge of $10 per person per day (including children) is automatically added to your stateroom account for dining and stateroom personnel. This applies to all passengers, adult and child alike, whether or not they choose traditional or personal choice dining. The amount may be increased or lowered at the Purser's Reception desk during the cruise.
A 15 percent gratuity is automatically added to all beverage tabs. Gratuities for spa, casino and other staff are at your discretion. Every room service delivery must be signed for, and next to the signature line is the opportunity to add a gratuity - hint, hint.
Seven- to 14-night cruises offer two opportunities to put on the Ritz in formal attire. Many men opt for dark suit instead of tux, while their distaff companions often prefer dressy pants to gowns. The rest of the time, think smart casual. Formal attire is only required in the traditional dining rooms, though most people opt to dress up no matter where they are headed that night.

Emerald Princess Ambience

Princess CruisesUnlike the theme park atmosphere of some other cruise lines, the décor on Princess ships extends an understatedly elegant and refined atmosphere, with hand-painted murals and etched glass partitions in the dining rooms. Little apparent expense was spared on materials, with rich fabrics, beautiful woods, and marble everywhere, all topped off with a $2 million art collection aboard each ship. The cabins are tastefully decorated in soft, inoffensive shades -- beiges, creams and muted pinks.
Public Areas:
The main gathering spot, the three deck tall, open Piazza, has boutiques, the 24-hour International Café, the Internet access room, the Vines wine-tasting room and and passenger services, all connected by circular glass staircases and glass elevators. It's the best people-watching place on the ship, especially when there's a string quartet playing a piece you adore, but watch out for the street performers who will sneak up on you and make you a captive audience of two. Among the nearby public rooms are the casino, entrances to the two open-seating dining rooms, and the shore excursions desk.

We favor the maritime-themed Wheelhouse Bar, full of memorabilia and paintings, not to mention comfortable leather wingback chairs, a small dance floor, and a piano singalong motif that will make you want to use it. The safari-themed Explorer's Club offers cabaret, trivia competitions, art auctions, and between-meals dancing. The gigantic Casino contains some 285 slot machines and gaming tables beyond counting. You can relax in the Cigar Lounge, or recline in leather chairs while perusing any of hundreds of books in the beautiful library.

The main showroom, the Princess Theater, presents production shows, cabaret, comedians and magicians. With seating for 1600 we found it unusually cramped with airplane-like seats jammed together and not enough footspace to allow for fast escapes during a brief production show set changes. Once you're in there, your stuck for the entire show unless you sit on the aisle. The upside is that everyone has a great view of the stage.
The Club Fusion Showlounge offers live dance combos for various kinds of music, Latin or Rhythm & Blues. Karaoke contests and theme-parties such as a "'60s British Invasion" also happen nightly. Later on, it doubles for a secondary disco for those who get light-headed scaling the heights to Skywalkers, the real disco on high at the stern of the ship. Unlike the smaller Grand-class vessels, however, Skywalkers is no longer suspended high in the air. It lies on Sky Deck and now has a large balcony included for smokers and those who favor the wind-blown look.
Cabins are built out from the body of the ship so as to permit bigger staterooms. 710 of the 1300 staterooms have balconies, ranging up to 257 sq. feet, but the balconies are not very private, as they're in plain view of the occupants of the cabin on the next deck up. Standard inside staterooms are 160 sq. ft., while outside cabins range from 168 to 210 sq. feet. Mini-suites with private verandas are 325 sq. feet. Vista Suites, called mini-suites on other Princess ships, range from 515 to 800 sq. feet. Sun and Dawn Princess offer larger minisuites for less money.

Closet space is minimal except in the suites; leave some things home! There are launderettes available on nearly every passenger deck, with coin-operated washers & dryers, ironing boards and soap and softener for sale in vending machines.

All staterooms have color TV with CNN and movies, a radio and small refrigerator, suites have spacious bathrooms with storage space and hair dryers, but any cabin of balcony category or less has a tiny bathroom with "huggy" shower curtains and barely enough rack space for towels for two.

Deck Plans: Emerald Princess

Deck Plans
Room Category Legend

AA  Mini-Suite with Balcony
AB  Mini-Suite with Balcony
AC  Mini-Suite with Balcony
AD  Mini-Suite with Balcony
AE  Mini-Suite with Balcony
B1  Premium Balcony
B2  Premium Balcony
B4  Balcony
BA  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BA  Balcony
BB  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BB  Balcony
BC  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BC  Balcony
BD  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BD  Balcony
BE  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BE  Balcony
BF  Oceanview Double with Balcony
BF  Balcony
BG  Oceanview Double with Balcony
C  Oceanview Double
D  Oceanview Double
DD  Oceanview Double
E  Oceanview Obstructed
EE  Oceanview Double
F  Oceanview Obstructed
FF  Oceanview Double
G  Oceanview Obstructed
GG  Oceanview Double
I  Interior Double
IA  Interior
IB  Interior
IC  Interior
ID  Interior
IE  Interior
IF  Interior
II  Interior Double
J  Interior Double
JJ  Interior Double
K  Interior Double
KK  Interior Double
L  Interior Double
M  Interior Double
MA  Mini-Suite with Balcony
MB  Mini-Suite with Balcony
MD  Mini-Suite with Balcony
ME  Mini-Suite with Balcony
OB  Oceanview
OC  Oceanview
OE  Oceanview
OF  Oceanview
OS  Suite with Balcony
OV  Oceanview (Obstructed View)
OW  Oceanview (Obstructed View)
OY  Oceanview (Obstructed View)
OZ  Oceanview (Obstructed View)
PH  Suite with Balcony
PS  Suite with Balcony
S2  Suite with Balcony
S3  Suite with Balcony
S4  Suite with Balcony
S5  Suite with Balcony
S6  Vista suite with balcony
S8  Family suite with balcony
VS  Suite with Balcony
XS  Family Suite with Balcony

Princess Emerald Princess Deck Plans

Staterooms: Emerald Princess

Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Balcony
The spacious Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from a private balcony.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Family suite with balcony
Family suite with balcony
Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive Suites. Your Suite stateroom includes a spacious cabin and large balcony, along with special suite-only benefits.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Interior
The Interior stateroom is richly appointed with fine amenities. Twin beds convertible to a queen-size bed Private bathroom with shower
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Interior Double
Interior Double
Our interior stateroom is a great value. It features two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. Other amenities include a refrigerator, television, closet and bathroom with shower. Approximately 160 square feet of space.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Mini-Suite with Balcony
Mini-Suite with Balcony
A mini-suite with balcony is substantially larger than a balcony stateroom. Accommodations include two twin beds that make up into a queen-size bed. A separate sitting area features a sofa bed and desk for lounging, entertaining or writing. Other amenities include a welcome glass of champagne, two televisions, a refrigerator and a walk-in closet. Your full bath includes a combined tub and massage shower head. Approximately 323 square feet, including balcony.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Oceanview
The Oceanview stateroom features a picture window for memorable views. The Oceanview stateroom is richly appointed with fine amenities.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Oceanview (Obstructed View)
Oceanview (Obstructed View)
The Obstructed Oceanview stateroom features the same fine amenities as our Oceanview stateroom, but the view from the picture window is either fully or partially obstructed.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Oceanview Double
Oceanview Double
Oceanview staterooms have a picture window, two twin beds that convert to a queen-sized bed, spacious closet, bathroom with shower, and sitting area with armchair and desk. 24 hour room service. 158-181 sq. ft.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Oceanview Double with Balcony
Oceanview Double with Balcony
Balcony staterooms have two twin beds that can be converted to a queen-sized bed, spacious closet, bathroom with shower, and sitting area with armchair and desk. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your private balcony with seating. Each stateroom also has a television, refrigerator and 24 hour room service. Approximately 233-285 sq. ft.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Oceanview Obstructed
Oceanview Obstructed
Oceanview staterooms with partially or obstructed views are a great value. They feature a picture window providing natural light and added ambience. You'll find them comfortable and welcoming with all the amenities of an interior stateroom. 159-181 sq. ft.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Premium Balcony
Premium Balcony
The spacious Balcony stateroom is appointed with fine amenities and outstanding views from a private balcony.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Suite with Balcony
Suite with Balcony
Surrounding you with luxurious accommodations, Suites with balconies are spacious, and include all the amenities of a mini- suite, plus incredible premiums. They have two twin beds that can convert to a queen-sized bed, a roomy walk-in closet, vanity, bathroom with tub and shower with massage shower head, as well as a spacious living room with sofa bed, armchairs, and desk. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors lead to your private balcony with lounge seating and 24 hour room service. 461-687 sq.
Princess Cruises - Emerald Princess : Vista suite with balcony
Vista suite with balcony
Premium accommodations and luxurious appointments are the signature of our expansive Suites. Your Suite stateroom includes a spacious cabin and large balcony, along with special suite-only benefits.

Other Dates: Emerald Princess

Itinerary Name
Inside From
Outside From
December 7, 2014 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $405 $438
December 21, 2014 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $N/A $900
December 28, 2014 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $889 $1010
January 4, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $548 $658
January 11, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $493 $548
February 1, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $438 $493
March 8, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $823 $933
March 15, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $658 $713
April 12, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $499 $549
April 19, 2015 --- 20 Night Mediterranean Passage $1648 $1978
April 19, 2015 --- 27 Night Mediterranean & Adriatic Grandadventure $2599 $3099
April 22, 2015 --- 17 Night Mediterranean Passage $1758 $1923
April 22, 2015 --- 24 Night Mediterranean & Adriatic Grandadventure $2605 $3672
May 9, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean Medley $2638 $2968
May 9, 2015 --- 28 Night Circle Mediterranean Voyage $4746 $5346
May 9, 2015 --- 7 Night Mediterranean & Adriatic $1318 $1428
May 16, 2015 --- 14 Night Greece Turkey & Italy Medley $2549 $2998
May 16, 2015 --- 7 Night Greece & Turkey $1373 $1538
May 23, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean & Aegean Medley $2527 $2857
June 6, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean & Greek Isles Medley $2583 $2803
June 6, 2015 --- 21 Night Mediterranean & Black Sea Collection $3549 $3849
June 13, 2015 --- 14 Night Black Sea & Aegean Medley $2747 $3077
June 13, 2015 --- 21 Night Greek Isles & Black Sea Collection $3649 $3949
June 20, 2015 --- 14 Night Black Sea & Aegean Medley $2399 $2599
June 20, 2015 --- 21 Night Black Sea & Western Mediterranean Collection $3747 $4149
June 20, 2015 --- 7 Night Black Sea $1299 $1399
June 27, 2015 --- 7 Night Mediterranean & Aegean $1428 $1538
July 4, 2015 --- 7 Night Mediterranean $1483 $1593
July 11, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean Medley $2498 $2798
July 11, 2015 --- 28 Night Circle Mediterranean Voyage $5495 $5938
July 18, 2015 --- 14 Night Greece Turkey & Italy Medley $2858 $3078
July 18, 2015 --- 7 Night Greece & Turkey $1449 $1649
August 8, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean & Greek Isles Medley $2688 $3018
August 8, 2015 --- 21 Night Mediterranean & Black Sea Collection $3645 $4095
August 15, 2015 --- 14 Night Black Sea & Aegean Medley $2395 $2695
August 15, 2015 --- 21 Night Greek Isles & Black Sea Collection $3545 $3995
August 22, 2015 --- 14 Night Black Sea & Aegean Medley $2345 $2645
August 22, 2015 --- 21 Night Black Sea & Western Mediterranean Collection $3495 $3945
August 29, 2015 --- 14 Night Mediterranean & Aegean Medley $2295 $2595
September 12, 2015 --- 21 Night Mediterranean Collection $3445 $3895
September 26, 2015 --- 21 Night Western Mediterranean Grand Adventure $2249 $2599
October 3, 2015 --- 14 Night Spanish Passage $1099 $1299
October 17, 2015 --- 7 Night Eastern Caribbean $713 $823
October 24, 2015 --- 9 Night Grand Caribbean Sampler $898 $998
November 2, 2015 --- 5 Night Western Caribbean Getaway $449 $499
November 7, 2015 --- 14 Night Caribbean Adventurer $1249 $1449
November 14, 2015 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $699 $799
November 21, 2015 --- 9 Night Grand Caribbean Sampler $1048 $1148
November 25, 2015 --- 5 Night Western Caribbean Getaway $549 $599
December 14, 2015 --- 13 Night Caribbean Grand Adventure $1499 $1749
December 19, 2015 --- 16 Night Holiday Grand Adventure $2528 $3023
December 19, 2015 --- 8 Night Southern Caribbean Holiday $1263 $1483
January 4, 2016 --- 10 Night Eastern Caribbean Voyager $1149 $1349
January 23, 2016 --- 14 Night Caribbean Adventurer $1349 $1549
January 30, 2016 --- 7 Night Eastern Caribbean $749 $849
February 6, 2016 --- 5 Night Western Caribbean Getaway $479 $529
February 6, 2016 --- 9 Night Grand Caribbean Sampler $958 $1058
February 20, 2016 --- 14 Night Caribbean Adventurer $1399 $1599
March 19, 2016 --- 14 Night Caribbean Adventurer $1599 $1799
March 19, 2016 --- 7 Night Western Caribbean $933 $1043
March 26, 2016 --- 7 Night Eastern Caribbean $849 $949

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