Princess Deploying Five Ships to Alaska in 2008

Princess Cruises is sending five ships to Alaska for its 2008 summer season, including the 670-passenger Tahitian Princess, which will debut a new longer 14-day Connoisseur itinerary that is more destination intense. Princess' four other ships sailing in the region will be Diamond Princess, Sapphire Princess, Coral Princess and Island Princess. Charlie Ball, president of Princess Tours, calls Princess the leader in Alaska because of the breadth of itineraries and range of ship sizes (while Tahitian is 670 passengers, Diamond Princess fits 2,670). Additional information about Princess' Alaska cruises can be accessed thorough Princess' online agent center at [www.onesourcecruises.com].

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