2412A | Boston - Southampton | Princess Cruises Island Princess | 3rd Jul 2024

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Day 0 - Boston

Boston, a historic city steeped in American history and culture, offers visitors a diverse blend of attractions, from the historic Freedom Trail to the contemporary Institute of Contemporary Art. Explore the lively neighborhoods of North End and Beacon Hill, follow the story of the American Revolution at the famous landmarks along the Freedom Trail, or relax in the picturesque Public Garden. As a departure port and popular stop on North American and Transatlantic cruise itineraries, Boston provides an engaging mix of history, modern culture, and breathtaking scenery.

Day 1 - At Sea


Day 2 - New York City (Manhattan or Brooklyn)

New York City, known as "The Big Apple," is a bustling port city in the United States that offers cruisers an unmatched urban experience with its iconic landmarks, diverse culture, and vibrant arts scene. Visit world-famous attractions like Times Square, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty or explore an array of museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. Enjoy Broadway shows, indulge in global cuisines at renowned restaurants, and shop in legendary neighborhoods like SoHo and Fifth Avenue. With its endless opportunities for sightseeing, entertainment, and culinary adventures, New York City guarantees an exciting and memorable cruise stop.

Day 3 - At Sea


Day 4 - Halifax

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, is a vibrant port city known for its rich maritime history, stunning waterfront, and friendly atmosphere. Visit the fascinating Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, explore the historic waterfront district, or take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful Halifax Public Gardens. With its diverse cultural attractions, historic landmarks, and picturesque coastal landscapes, Halifax is a popular stop for cruise passengers exploring the North Atlantic and Canadian Maritimes.

Day 5 - At Sea


Day 6 - Corner Brook

Corner Brook, nestled on the west coast of Newfoundland, Canada, offers a compelling combination of natural beauty, captivating history, and local culture. Home to some of the island's most stunning landscapes, Corner Brook provides opportunities for hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Visitors can explore the historical Corner Brook Museum for a glimpse of the city's past or enjoy local art at local galleries. Just a short drive away is the breathtaking Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its impressive fjords and diverse wildlife. As a common stop for Canada and New England cruises, Corner Brook invites travellers to experience the quaint charm, rich history, and stunning landscapes of Newfoundland.

Day 7 - St. Anthony (Newfoundland)


Day 8 - At Sea


Day 9 - At Sea


Day 10 - At Sea


Day 11 - Qaqortoq

Qaqortoq, a small and picturesque town in southern Greenland, is known for its colorful houses, lush hillsides, and stunning natural surroundings. Discover the town's history and art at the Qaqortoq Museum, explore its winding streets and passageways, or visit the famed Stone and Man open-air sculpture gallery. With its captivating beauty and warm local community, Qaqortoq is a popular stop for cruise passengers exploring Greenland and the North Atlantic.

Day 12 - Nanortalik

Nanortalik, formerly Nennortalik, is a town in Nanortalik Island, Kujalleq municipality, southern Greenland. With 1,185 inhabitants as of 2020, it is the eleventh-largest town in the country. The name Nanortalik means "Place of Polar Bears" or "Place Where the Polar Bears Go".

Day 13 - At Sea


Day 14 - At Sea


Day 15 - Reykjavik

Reykjavik, the world's northernmost capital, is known for its vibrant culture, captivating history, and stunning natural beauty. Visit the iconic Hallgrímskirkja, experience the street art and lively nightlife of Laugavegur, or embark on an excursion to the nearby Golden Circle to witness the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir hot springs. As a popular port of call for Arctic and Northern European cruise itineraries, Reykjavik provides visitors with a unique and unforgettable taste of Iceland's culture and landscapes.

Day 16 - At Sea


Day 17 - Seydisfjordur

Seydisfjordur, a picturesque village nestled in the East fjords of Iceland, is known for its beautiful landscapes, vibrant artistic community, and charming wooden architecture. Explore the scenic hiking trails around the village, visit the informative Skaftfell Center for Visual Art, or admire the iconic "Blue Church". As a port of call for Arctic and Northern European cruise itineraries, Seydisfjordur offers visitors an unforgettable taste of Iceland's unique beauty and culture within a serene, unspoiled natural setting.

Day 18 - At Sea


Day 19 - Stornoway

Stornoway, the largest town on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, enchants cruisers with its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and warm local charm. Wander the streets of this bustling town, visit the historic Lews Castle and its Victorian gardens, or explore the local arts and crafts scene at An Lanntair Gallery. Discover the fascinating ancient history of the island at the Calanais Standing Stones and the Carloway Broch. Experience the Hebridean spirit by sampling traditional Harris Tweed products or savoring delicious local seafood and Scottish whiskies.

Day 20 - At Sea


Day 21 - Cornwall (Falmouth)

Falmouth, an enchanting town situated in the heart of Cornwall, England, offers a blend of rich maritime heritage, outstanding natural beauty, and a vibrant arts scene. Its bustling port, filled with classic yachts and fishing boats, signifies its long-standing association with the sea. Visitors can explore the National Maritime Museum Cornwall or Pendennis Castle for a closer look at the town's past. Surrounded by areas of natural beauty, such as Gyllyngvase Beach and Swanpool Nature Reserve, Falmouth offers ample opportunities for scenic walks and beachside relaxation. A popular stop on British Isles cruises, Falmouth allows travellers to experience a thriving maritime culture within a distinctive Cornish landscape.

Day 22 - Portland

Portland, a coastal city in Maine, offers visitors a delightful blend of historic charm, picturesque waterfront scenery, and vibrant culture. Stroll through the charming cobblestone streets of the Old Port, visit the iconic Portland Head Light lighthouse, or explore the city's thriving arts scene at the Portland Museum of Art. As a popular port of call for North American and New England cruise itineraries, Portland attracts visitors with its warm hospitality and captivating New England charm.

Day 23 - Southampton (London)

Southampton, a bustling port city on England's south coast, is a major departure and arrival point for European and transatlantic cruises. Steeped in maritime history, Southampton offers visitors attractions such as the SeaCity Museum, the historic Tudor House and Garden, and the ancient medieval walls. As a gateway to the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe, Southampton provides a convenient and engaging starting point for cruise passengers.

Your Ship: Island Princess

The Island Princess, operated by Princess Cruises, is a Coral-class cruise ship with a gross tonnage of 92,822. The ship measures approximately 964 feet in length, has a moulded breadth of 122 feet, and a height of 204 feet. It provides accommodation for up to 2,200 passengers and a crew of 900, and has 16 decks with 987 guest cabins. The ship offers a range of facilities, including dining on freshly prepared sashimi in Kai Sushi, watching street performers in the dazzling Atrium, or taking in a lavish production show in the state-of-the-art theater. For a unique treat, visit the soothing Lotus Spa. The Island Princess’s itineraries include voyages of discovery to exciting destinations.







Island Princess Rooms


Balcony rooms, measuring approximately 214 to 222 sq. ft., offer private outdoor space with a table and chairs, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, a comfortable queen or twin beds setup, and a private bathroom with a shower.


The most economical choice, interior rooms provide a comfortable space of 158 to 162 sq. ft. with queen or twin beds, a refrigerator, a flat-panel TV, and a private bathroom with a shower. These rooms offer a cozy retreat to recharge.


Oceanview staterooms are about 146 to 206 sq. ft., featuring a picture window or porthole, bringing in natural light and ocean views. These rooms include comfortable bedding, a refrigerator, a flat-panel TV, and a private bathroom with a shower.


Offers a luxurious experience with sizes ranging from 460 to 932 sq. ft. Suites include a balcony or window, luxury balcony furniture, two sliding glass doors, a separate sitting area with a sofa bed, and a chair. Additional amenities include a complimentary mini-bar, daily bottled water, spacious closet, laundry services, priority dining and shore excursion reservations, and a private bathroom with a tub and separate shower.

Suite (Mini-Suite)

These are generously sized at around 323 sq. ft., featuring a balcony, a bathroom with a tub and a massage shower head, and a separate sitting area with a sofa bed and coffee table. Additional comforts include a welcome glass of bubbly, a luxury mattress topper, and a spacious closet.