15-Day Round-trip San Francisco
Sailing Dates in 2019 and 2020
Nov 3, Nov 18, Dec 3, Dec 28, 2019
Jan 27, Feb 21, Mar 7, Apr 5, Apr 20, 2020
Your Cabin Fares Aboard the Grand Princess
For fares reflecting November 18, 2019 sailing
With an atmosphere of comfortable elegance, tantalizing dining options and dazzling entertainment, your stay on board Grand Princess will be anything but ordinary. Relax at The Sanctuary, a tranquil haven reserved for adults, enjoy Movies Under the Stars® poolside or experience something new with our Discovery at SEA™ enrichment programs.
Last Refurbished: March 2019
Guest Capacity: 2,600 lower berths
Number of Crew: 1,150
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower.
Starting at $1,159*
Onboard Credit: Guests 1 through 4: $399.00USD
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower. A spacious picture window for memorable views.
Starting at $1,729*
Onboard Credit: Guests 1 through 4: $399.00USD
(For obstructed outside view)
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower. Balcony with 2 chairs and table. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
Starting at $1,889*
Onboard Credit: Guests 1 through 4: $699.00USD
Approximately 323 sq. ft., including balcony
Balcony with 2-4 chairs, table and ottoman
Bathroom tub and massage shower head with upgraded amenities
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors
Separate sitting area with sofa bed & coffee table
Luxury mattress topper and pillows
Two flat-panel TVs
Starting at $2,689*
Onboard Credit: Guests 1 through 4: $799.00USD
The Places You'll Go
The mere mention of Hawaii is enough to prompt visions of grass skirts and colorful cocktails with tiny umbrellas. While you will find some kitsch in Honolulu, you’ll also find art museums, bike paths, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Popular Waikiki Beach has soft sands and great surf. For majestic Oahu views scramble to the top of Diamond Head – a 350-acre volcanic crater. Historic structures like Iolani Palace and Ali'iolani Hale are worth a visit on a non-beach day.
Kauai (Nawiliwili), Hawaii
Relaxing and pristine Kauai (the Garden Island) is the least commercially developed of the Hawaiian islands. Waterfalls, scenic drives and more than 60 beaches dot the landscape. Some beaches have great snorkeling, others offer child-friendly tidal pools and some are perfect for all kinds of water sports. Dry-land activities include hiking the Kalalau Trail on the Na Pali coastline, taking a day trip to Waimea Canyon and experiencing life on a sugar plantation at Grove Farm Homestead Museum.
The landscape of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii, is diverse. Beaches of black, gray, brown and white sand give way to mountains and dramatic waterfalls. Hilo's Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo is the only U.S. zoo in a tropical rainforest. A day trip away are snow-capped Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, with observatories near 11,000 feet on both mountains, and Kilauea Caldera, an active volcano. Back in town are a farmer's market, restaurants, shopping and banyan trees planted by celebrities and politicians.
Maui (Lahaina), Hawaii
The Hawaiian island of Maui is a destination for true nature lovers. The ethereal bamboo forest and churning waterfalls in Haleakala National Park can be explored via the Waimoku Falls Trail. Stretch out on warm, golden sands or hit the surf for an unforgettable windsurfing or snorkeling session. Driving the scenic road to Hana along the island’s northeastern shore will be among the most spectacular journeys of your life. Time stands still at the Hawaiian village of Keanae, definitely worth a visit.
In Ensenada, only 80 miles south of San Diego, travelers can get a taste of Mexican food, culture and nightlife. Californians flock to this beautiful seaport town, one of the largest on the Baja peninsula, for rest, relaxation and excellent outdoor recreation activities. From surfing and sea kayaking to horseback riding and mountain biking, even the most discerning sportsperson will be impressed. Ensenada's nightlife is also a big draw. Papas and Beer and Hussong's Cantina serve up an on-going party atmosphere and lots of tequila, while nearby vineyards offer wine tasting in a more traditional and serene setting. Nature enthusiasts are wowed by the sight of gray whales and the underwater cave that randomly squirts water at onlookers. Whatever your interests, enchanting Ensenada will not disappoint.
The Grand Princess
*Fare reflects November 18, 2019 sailing. Pricing is per person, double occupancy; USD. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $250.00
*Please note that prices are listed per person, non-air cruise-only and based on double occupancy. Third and Fourth guest fares apply to the 3rd and 4th guests booked in the same stateroom as the First and Second guests. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are subject to change and Princess reserves the right to collect any increases in effect at the time of sailing even if the fare has already been paid in full. Prices are subject to change based on availability. Stateroom views are considered unobstructed unless noted otherwise. Obstructions do not include certain nautical items like handrails, dividers or ship hardware. For balcony staterooms, the view is determined from the perspective of the balcony railing. Prices shown in USD. Please review Passage Contract for Cancellation Policy.