September 27, 2014 - After spending a summer season in Europe, Princess Cruise's Royal Princess sailed a transatlantic voyage to New York, arriving very early in the morning. Arriving on a beautiful summer-like day, the Royal Princess tied up at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. Her arrival displaced the Queen Mary 2, which was in port on the same day and had to dock at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal.
The 150,000 ton Royal Princess will be sailing a number of 7 day, New England Canada cruises from New York to Newport, Rhode Island ; Boston, Massachusetts ; Bar Harbor, Maine ; Saint John, New Brunswick (for the Bay of Fundy) ; Halifax, Nova Scotia.
On October 25, 2014, the Royal Princess will sail on a 10 day Southern Caribbean Cruise which will end in Fort Lauderdale, Florida - where she will spend her winter season sailing to the Bahamas and Caribbean.
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