10 night Panama Canal with Costa Rica Cruise B902 ex Fort Lauderdale on , from $1,820 In October 2017 Caribbean Princess was the first cruise ship to pass through the new enlarged $5.2B Panama Canal locks.
Until July 2019 Caribbean Princess is based at Fort Lauderdale.
The Vista Show Lounge with its three stages presents cabaret, and doubles for lectures, bingo and horse-racing during the day.
Explorer’s Lounge hosts cabaret acts and dance bands.
Most balconies give privacy, and some can be joined with other balconies when travelling in a group. The 34 suites and 178 mini-suites cover a large range of sizes and additional free-bees such as complimentary laundry and shoe shine, a selection of pillows, daily in-room canapés and high tea, free Internet access, and much more.
The one Grand Suite has effectively two entertainment areas and a double balcony area, all great for entertaining. Food and Dining Traditional dining in the Palm Dining Room offers you a pre-selection of one of two seating times throughout the cruise.
Life aboard Caribbean Princess In October 2017 Caribbean Princess was the first cruise ship to pass through the new enlarged .2B Panama Canal locks.
Itineraries visit the Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean over 7 to 14 nights. From August through October 2019 Caribbean Princess ails between New York (Manhattan) and Quebec over 10 nights, during the northern Autumn with it beautiful colours.
A new feature is the new three-deck-high street-cafe-style Piazza, for sipping coffee and watching the occasional passing performer.
Stroll around and shop duty-free, or check your email at the Internet Café.