Princess Cruises has announced its longest-ever season sailing Japan, which went on sale last month.
The full programme, which runs from May 2021 to April 2022, sees the 2,670-guest Diamond Princess sail round-trip from Tokyo and Kobe on 48 itineraries visiting 44 destinations. Voyages range in length from four to 19 nights, with highlights including the Osaka Danjiri festival, cherry blossoms on five Spring Flowers voyages and late-night dockings.
On board, a series of experiences include sushi dining, folkloric performances and origami classes.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “As well as a host of cruises offering authentic on-board experiences, those looking to explore further can combine their sailing with a land holiday and fully immerse themselves in the captivating culture of this unique region.”
Also, until March 2, guests can add the simplified on-board savings package for £35 per person per day, which covers premium drinks, unlimited wifi and gratuitie