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The Grand Panama Canal

14 nights from £1449pp

  • 2 nights hotel stay in Miami
  • 11 nights onboard Coral Princess
  • Cruise the Panama Canal
  • Enjoy Movies Under the Stars Onboard
  • Includes All Flights

24 November 2013

The Grand Panama Canal

Cruise Highlights

Princess Cruises - Coral Princess - 14 Nights - 24 November 2013

Princess Cruises  -  Coral Princess
14 nights  -  24th November 2013

Highlights Include:
2 nights hotel stay in Miami
11 nights cruising onboard Coral Princess
Visit Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica and Cayman Islands

Cruise Map

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Your Itinerary

  • 24 Nov 13

    Fly to Miami for your 2 nights hotel stay

  • 25 Nov 13

    Day at your leisure in Miami

  • 26 Nov 13

    Embark Coral Princess and depart from Fort Lauderdale

  • 27 Nov 13

    At Sea

  • 28 Nov 13

    At Sea

  • 29 Nov 13

    Aruba

  • 30 Nov 13

    At Sea

  • 01 Dec 13

    Cartagena, Colombia

  • 02 Dec 13

    Panama Canal

    Colon, Panama

  • 03 Dec 13

    Limon, Costa Rica

  • 04 Dec 13

    At Sea

  • 05 Dec 13

    Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

  • 06 Dec 13

    At Sea

  • 07 Dec 13

    Disembark in Fort Lauderdale for your flight back to UK

  • 08 Dec 13

    Arrive UK

Your Ship

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    IF

    £1449

  • Outside

    OZ

    £1549

  • Balcony

    BF

    £1699

  • Mini Suite

    ME

    £1999

Includes All Flights 
2 nights hotel stay in Miami

11 nights onboard Coral Princess

Visit Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica and Cayman Islands

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