7.13.19 Princess Cruises

“UNWIND, UNPACK AND COME BACK NEW WITH PRINCESS CRUISES”

Are you ready to go on vacation and come back new? I know I am.

One of my favorite shows growing up (and a strong influence on my travel career) was the television series “The Love Boat”. Broadcast from 1977 to 1986, “The Love Boat”, brought cruising to the forefront and made it possible for everyone to cruise, not just wealthy retirees.

One of the best-known names in cruising, Princess Cruises, is a global cruise line and tour company operating a fleet of 17 modern cruise ships, carrying two million guests each year – and offering a wide array of choices, entertainment and amenities. A premium cruise brand appealing to families, couples and multigenerational groups at a good value for the vacation dollar.

I’ve sailed Princess Cruises many times and Saturday morning, July 13th, 11:00am-12:00pm – Judy Kale, sales manager for Princess Cruises – will be my “Let’s Talk Travel with AAA” guest co-host.

Judy’s first cruise was to Alaska was on a Princess ship. She was hooked the moment she stepped aboard, came home and began her career selling Princess Cruises. That was 37-years ago and her passion continues to be Alaska cruising and land tours – and she will be telling us all about it. (Princess Cruises has been sailing in Alaska for 50-years bringing more than 5-million guests to The Great Land .)

AAA Central Penn has 3 fantastic Princess group tours scheduled for 2020 – “Scandinavia & London” July 2-11 ; “Alaska – Off the Beaten Path/Copper River” July 28 – Aug. 12 ; and - I especially love this one – “Greenland & Canada roundtrip NYC” Aug. 17-Sept. 2, 2020. The itineraries and prices are excellent. Contact your local AAA today for all details.

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Let's Talk Travel with AAA Hosted By Sandy Fenton

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