Princess Cruises today announced an exciting series of Latin-themed cruise itineraries on 7-day Caribbean cruises on two Caribbean Princess sailings in July 2019. The "Sabor Latino" themed cruises promise to deliver the Caribbean cruise experience, tailored to the preferences of the Latin American guest, with late night DJ dance parties, an onboard Spanish-speaking host, shore excursions guided in Spanish, and Latin-inspired cocktails.
On the first "Sabor Latino" voyage, Caribbean Princess will sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale on July 13, 2019 for an Eastern Caribbean cruise itinerary featuring breathtaking beaches and old world charm, visiting Princess Cays -- Princess Cruises' private island experience in the Bahamas – plus calls in St. Thomas, and St. Maarten. Then on July 20, 2019, Caribbean Princess will sail roundtrip from Ft. Lauderdale on a Western Caribbean cruise itinerary featuring ancient Mayan ruins, eco-adventures, and gorgeous beaches while calling in Grand Cayman, Roatán, Belize City, and Cozumel.
Latin-inspired culinary menu items from Argentine chef Gustavo Schneider paired with special guest speaker Bill Esparza round out the "Sabor Latino" menu. Exclusively on the July 20th voyage, Esparza – a James Beard award-winner, author, and food TV personality – will speak on how Latin American culinary trends have permeated throughout Los Angeles and culinary anecdotes from his time as a professional saxophone player on the road in Latin America.
Select Spanish-language films, Latin American television channels, plus Spanish-language magic entertainment from special guest Pablo Pol, Spanish-language stand-up comedy from Mariano Potel, and performances from singer-songwriter Yaire all together provide an impressive entertainment lineup.
To celebrate the spirit of "Sabor Latino," for a limited time only, Princess Cruises is offering fares up to 50% off for the first and second guests, plus 3rd and 4th guest fares from only US $299 per guest.
Over the last few years, Caribbean Princess has been at the forefront of major fleet revitalizations, with many family-oriented features and amenities including breakthrough technology, family accommodations, new dining experiences and entertainment offerings.
Most recently, it was announced that Caribbean Princess will emerge from a June 2019 drydock debuting The Reef Family Splash Zone. Located on Deck 17, aft, The Reef will feature an interactive and inviting water playground, splash pool, oversized backyard games, a variety of new outdoor seating and lounging options, and a refurbished pool, Jacuzzi, and bar. Caribbean Princess was also the first Princess Cruises ship to debut Princess MedallionClass vacations, offering guests a portfolio of English-language experiences specifically designed to enhance their cruise vacation.
Considered a breakthrough in the vacation industry, the quarter-sized 1.8-ounce OceanMedallion wearable device features leading-edge technology that delivers personalized service through enhanced guest-crew interactions, eliminates friction points and enables interactive entertainment.
"As the world's largest premium cruise line, we're excited to pair our international cruise experience with the 'Sabor Latino' flavors," said Ryan Barton, director of International Marketing, Princess Cruises. "The theme strongly resonates with our Latin American guests and we expect the late-night activities, authentic entertainment, regional cuisine, and other home-away-from-home comforts to pave the way for expanding Latin American support."
General information about Princess Cruises is available through a professional travel advisor or by visiting the company's website at http://www.princess.com/.
By Princess Cruises
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