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MONTREAL — Transat has added Princess Cruises to its lineup of all-in-one cruise packages.
Starting May 19, travellers from Montreal and Toronto will be able to set sail aboard Caribbean Princess from Fort Lauderdale. Like all Princess Cruises ships, the Princess offers all the perks found onboard big ships but with the intimate ambience of smaller ones.
It recently revealed a multi-million-dollar makeover in March 2017, which included luxury upgrades to its staterooms, restaurants and more. Onboard, passengers can enjoy two main dining rooms, six specialty restaurants, 12 bars and lounges and activities for all ages. Dream itineraries take passengers from the white sands of Honduras to the lush forests of Belize and the crystalline waters of the Cayman Islands.
According to Transat, even more itineraries and additional ships with Princess Cruises will be added to the lineup in 2018 and 2019.
Cruise packages include roundtrip flight with Air Transat, all transfers and the cruise. Plus, with Flight Protection, travellers are sure to get to their cruise in case of a flight delay.
Moreover, clients who book a cruise package with Transat can extend their trip, at no extra cost, by moving up their departure date up to 14 days before their cruise or postponing their return to Canada up to 14 days after their journey at sea.