Princess Comes Through With The Best Itinerary for Bay Area Cruise Lovers

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We know the feeling. You work a lot and you work hard. You have vacation time on your hands, but you just don't want to think about where to go. You'd almost rather spend your vacation time at home, recovering in the comfort of your own bed. There's nothing wrong with that at all! But what if we told you that you can do the same thing but even better on a cruise ship?

Especially for you Bay Area residents, we've got just the vacation for you - one that requires the least amount of travel planning possible and the most in value. On October 7, 2018, Princess Cruises' Grand Princess will be making a seven day round trip sailing from San Francisco's Pier 27 to the Pacific Northwest coast. She's scheduled to visit four ports: Astoria, Seattle, Vancouver, and Victoria. A perfect getaway for those looking to keep it relatively close to home. Plus, you'll be cruising onboard one of the premeir cruise lines that comes with some of the best value ratings.  

The Grand Princess, newly enhanced with latest innovations, continues to offer the signature service for which Princess Cruises is renowned.

The Grand Princess, newly enhanced with latest innovations, continues to offer the signature service for which Princess Cruises is renowned.

The Grand Princess is a large ship ocean liner that can carry up to 2,600 passengers and thus features a variety of onboard experiences with tantalizing dining options and extravagant entertainment. Unlike the stereotypical perception of cruise lines catering only to older retired passengers, Princess is very much young adult friendly. The Grand Princess' adults-only domain, "The Sanctuary," the "One5" nightclub and Movies Under the Stars cater to the younger, more intrepid of its passengers.

The highlight of any Princess cruise is its food. Princess has been voted the "best cruise line for food lovers" by Food & Wine Magazine, and the Grand Princess is no less the ideal setting to expand your culinary horizon. With the already well-known culinary offerings that the Grand Princess offers in it's main dining room and specialty dining options like Sabatini's Italian Trattoria, the Crown Grill, Alfredo's Pizzeria and the Crab Shack, big foodies (which most of you surely are) can delight in seven days of palate-pleasing meals. It's like having a fine-dining experience without having to worry about Yelp reviews.

If you're a first time cruiser, or have yet to experience mid-market premium level cruises, then this is the perfect tester itinerary for you. Only 7 days long, it's an itinerary that won't take too much of your time and it's aboard a ship that gives you a taste of the high-end in terms of food and entertainment without having to empty your wallet. And if you reside in the Bay Area, the best perk yet is that you won't have to worry about airfare and the costs associated with it.        

So what are we looking at cost-wise? Well, luckily you're reading this, because you're not going to be able to find fares like this anywhere else. In partnership with Princess Cruises, we're offering exaclusive fares on interior, outside, and balcony cabins starting at $779*. That's a $111 per day value with all meals included and some of the best amenities offered by any cruise line. It's no joke!

Even better, if your looking to plan a quick family vacation, Princess offers 3rd and 4th guest rates for only $299 per person. Known for it's engaging youth programming for kids ages 3-12 and teens ages 13-17, you'll be rest-assured that your young ones will enjoy this cruise as much - if not more - than you. 

For more details on this itinerary, and if you're feeling the sudden urge to hop on this deal before it's gone, click the link below. But you better hurry and decide if this is the vacation you're going to take this coming fall, because space on this sailing is selling quickly. Princess will raise our exclusive fares soon!