15-Day San Francisco to Ft. Lauderdale
November 2, November 17 2019 (Nov 2 - Reverse Itinerary)
January 24, February 8 2021 (Jan 24 - Reverse Itinerary)
Your Cabin Fares Aboard the Coral Princess
For fares reflecting November 17, 2019 sailing
Coral Princess, with more than 700 balcony staterooms, was custom built to navigate the historic Panama Canal. Be sure to try the Bayou Café and Steakhouse, which features New Orleans-inspired Cajun and Creole cuisine, join friends for cocktails and Movies Under the Stars® by the pool or try some decadent treats at the International Café.
Last Refurbished: Jan 2016
Guest Capacity: 2,000 lower berths
Number of Crew: 895
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower.
Starting at $1,159*
Onboard Credit: Guests 1 through 4: $599.00USD
Standard amenities include a hair dryer, refrigerator, TV, closet and bathroom with shower. A spacious picture window for memorable views.
Starting at $1,329*
Guests 1 through 4: $599.00USD
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 $2,089*
Guests 1 through 4: $999.00USD
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 $2,429*
Guests 1 through 4: $999.00USD
The Places You'll Go
Cartagena, a gorgeous fishing village on Colombia's Caribbean coast, has excellent beaches, a historic old town (that's entirely walkable) and beautiful colonial architecture. It's also one of the safest places in the country, so it's no wonder it's a popular port of call for cruise ships. Need a break from exploring the cobblestone streets? Stop at an outdoor cafe for excellent pastries and people-watching.
Panama Canal Full Transit, Panama
Hailed as one of the great achievements of the 20th Century, the Panama Canal connects 160 countries and 1,700 ports around the world. Owned and administered by the Republic of Panama, it connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the narrow Isthmus of Panama. The length of the Panama Canal from shoreline to shoreline is about 40 miles (65 km) and from deep water in the Atlantic (more specifically, the Caribbean Sea) to deep water in the Pacific about 50 miles (82 km).
Fuerte Amador, Panama (for Panama City)
A diverse multicultural city of almost 1.3 million, Panama City offers a lot more than an up-close view of the Canal. Shantytowns slink up alongside shiny high-rise condos. The Old City is an atmospheric labyrinth of churches, plazas and palaces. Fifteen miles from downtown Panama City, Soberania National Park is an excellent destination for hiking and birding. For a fascinating look at the canal, take a taxi or local bus to Miraflores Locks Visitor Center and look down on the traffic below.
Puntarenas, Costa Rica
Puntarenas is a port town on Costa Rica’s Gulf of Nicoya. Its Casa de la Cultura is a cultural center with a theater and art gallery. On the main boulevard, Paseo de los Turistas, Parque Marino del Pacífico includes an aquarium and rescue center with seahorses, turtles and crocodiles. The town beach, Playa Puntarenas, is backed by shops and cafes. Southeast of town, Playa Doña Ana is a beach known for strong surf.
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
This beautiful fishing village is a Nicaraguan gem, a magnet for surfers and sunbathers. At night, the beach still pulses with activity, thanks to a few popular beachfront bars and nightclubs. Surf clubs abound—catch a wave with an expert instructor if you’re a hang-ten rookie, trying to hang with the surfer big boys.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
As a well-known destination for both spring breakers and A-list travelers in need of a getaway, Cabo San Lucas has definite vacation cred. The beaches here range in temperament, from the serene waters of the Sea of Cortez and Playa del Amor to the kickin’ waves of Zippers, a surfing paradise. If you care to romp with locals, head to the coves and rock formations of the Cannery beaches. Kids will have a blast communing with the local animals by swimming with dolphins or taking a camel ride through the Desert Park Natural Reserve.
The Coral Princess
*Reflects fares for November 17, 2019 sailing. Pricing is per person, double occupancy; USD. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses additional: $456.96.
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.