Princess Cruises has announced the opening of its first China season. With Shanghai as its home port, 65,000 passengers are expected to cruise onboard during the four-month season while enjoying the new premium Princess Class cruising experience.
The 104-day China season starting in May will provide 24 roundtrip cruises featuring itineraries ranging from three to five days. The voyages are expected to visit tourist cities such as Seoul and Busan in South Korea and Kagoshima and Okinawa in Japan. Tickets are available through various travel agencies in China.
Passengers on the China-based cruises will be treated to programs include a casino, duty-free shops, a fitness center and spa, the only 24-hour buffet at sea in China, and Tai Chi.