Princess Cruises®

23-Day World Cruise Segment - Western Mediterranean Transatlantic

12/29/2022 through 04/02/2024
12/29/2022 through 04/25/2024

Day 1 Rome (Civitavecchia)
Day 2 Florence/Pisa (Livorno)

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 7:00 pm
Day 3 Genoa

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 9:00 pm
Day 4 Villefranche

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 7:00 pm
Day 5 Marseille

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 6:00 pm
Day 6 Barcelona

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 10:00 pm
Day 7 At Sea
Day 8 Ceuta (Spanish Morocco)

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 5:00 pm
Day 9 Seville (Cadiz)

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 6:00 pm
Day 10 Lisbon

Arrive Time: 10:00 am – Depart Time: 10:00 pm
Day 11 At Sea
Day 12 Agadir

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 5:00 pm
Day 13 Lanzarote (Arrecife)

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 6:00 pm
Day 14 Santa Cruz De Tenerife

Arrive Time: 7:00 am – Depart Time: 4:00 pm
Day 15 Madeira (Funchal)

Arrive Time: 8:00 am – Depart Time: 5:00 pm
Day 16 At Sea
Day 17 At Sea
Day 18 At Sea
Day 19 At Sea
Day 20 At Sea
Day 21 Bermuda (West End)

Arrive Time: 8:00 am – Depart Time: 5:00 pm
Day 22 At Sea
Day 23 At Sea
Day 24 Fort Lauderdale


Situated along Africa’s northernmost coastline, Agadir enjoys a year-round temperate climate and all the delights of a modern city. Relax on one of the many excellent beaches, browse through the shops and marketplaces in town and sample some of the local cuisine. You can also venture on a fascinating excursion to the 16th-century Bedouin city of Taroudant, cradled against the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains. From the ancient walls there’s an incredible view
of the city, port and ocean far below. In the heart of the old medina, you may explore one of Morocco’s liveliest souks, a labyrinth of shops featuring local handicrafts.


This island represents man’s triumph over a hostile environment. A pock-marked lunar surface with over 300 volcanoes, Lanzarote startles with crops of melons, potatoes, and tomatoes that thrive in the black volcanic ash.


Madeira is an island of unbelievable beauty set in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, about a one and one half hour flight from Lisbon. As it lies parallel to the coast of Africa, it has gentle weather — a moderated climate all year round. Perfect for golf. Mountains drop abruptly into the sea and surround small fishing villages at their base. Just west of Funchal, the capital city, lies Cabo Girao, the second highest cliff in the world. Discovered in 1420 under the sail of two officers of Henry The Navigator, Madeira has been a port of call for many ships over the centuries. The island is volcanic in origin, and the flowers that have been brought here have multiplied greatly over the centuries. The spectacular Blandy Gardens, northwest of Funchal and the neighboring property to Palheiro Golf and Casa Velha do Palheiro is a tribute to this flora.

After a round of golf at either of Madeira’s championship golf courses, Santo de Serra or Palheiro Golf, you can enjoy a glass of famous Madeira wine. Perhaps a visit to Camara de Lobos (Winston Churchill’s favourite place), a little fishing village at the base of Cabo Girao. How about a trip to Porto Moniz at the far northwest end of the island where you can soak in the natural pools. Funchal is the capital of Madeira. Ancient streets, beautiful churches, great shopping and many great restaurants dot the city.

All fares listed are cruise only, per person, based on double occupancy, and are subject to availability. Fares may include port charges – click price for details. Early Booking Fares are subject to availability and may be discontinued at any time. All itineraries and fares are subject to change. Fares for third and fourth person when occupying the same cabin are available upon request. Government fees, taxes and air taxes are additional. All terms and conditions can be found in the passenger ticket contract.

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