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CRUISE CODE: AME7363

Your Itinerary

DAY 1 | 14 Nov
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Los Angeles - Hotel Stay

Glitz, glamour and golden beaches – Los Angeles has it all. Visit the famous Rodeo Drive for a spot of designer shopping, relax on the sun-soaked beaches, explore the countless museums and galleries or hike to the iconic Hollywood sign, where the nearby Paramount Pictures, Universal and Warner Brothers Studios offer behind-the-scenes tours.

DAY 2 | 15 Nov
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Los Angeles - Embark Coral Princess

Today you’ll embark Coral Princess and from the moment you step aboard, you’ll feel welcomed and right at home. This beautiful ship has all the modern features you expect from a state-of-the-art larger cruise ship, including a fantastic range of dining options and entertainment, but with the intimate atmosphere of a much smaller ship.

DAY 3 | 16 Nov
At Sea
DAY 4 | 17 Nov
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Cabo San Lucas

The coastal city of Cabo San Lucas boasts white beaches, tempting seas and dramatic cliffs, while a vibrant nightlife means it’s also a popular party town. Also known as Land’s End, it sits right at the end of the southern Baja California Peninsula. Whether you’re into whale-watching, jet-skiing, parasailing or just relaxing on the beach, you’re bound to find it in this city, one of Mexico’s top five tourist destinations.

DAY 5 - 7 | 18 - 20 Nov
At Sea
DAY 8 | 21 Nov
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Puntarenas (Costa Rica)

Perched on a sliver of land jutting into Costa Rica’s Gulf of Nicoya on its west coast, Puntarenas is a small beach-side city of low-rise buildings that provides a respite for those who live in the nearby landlocked capital, San Jose. As such it’s packed with obligatory resort attractions such as water sports, casual ocean-facing restaurants and a promenade where you can enjoy a stroll and a ‘batido’ – a fruit smoothie.

DAY 9 - 10 | 22 - 23 Nov
At Sea
DAY 11 | 24 Nov
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Manta (Ecuador)

This destination is the largest city in the province and is home to high-rises and sprawling beaches that rank among the best in the region. During your time here, you could also visit the quaint colonial town of Montecristi, birthplace of the iconic Panama hat, examples of which you can find in the local markets, as well as various colourful handicrafts and wickerwork weaving, another local speciality.

DAY 12 - 13 | 25 - 26 Nov
At Sea
DAY 14 - 15 | 27 - 28 Nov
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Callao (Lima)

Lima, capital of Peru, is a city of contrasts. Remnants of ancient city walls lead to baroque cathedrals and handsome colonial buildings, while the modern areas of upmarket Miraflores and bohemian Barranco, are home to vibrant restaurant and bar scenes. One thing that unites Lima is its extraordinary cuisine, including the legendary dish of lomo saltado pisco (beef stir-fried with tomatoes, peppers, onions and chips).

DAY 16 | 29 Nov
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General San Martin (Pisco)

The islands and waters around General San Martin are so rich in marine life that they are nicknamed the Little Galapagos. Take a tour around the rocky outcrops of the Ballastas Islands to spot sea lions sunbathing, endangered Humboldt penguins, whales, dolphins and cormorants. Or visit the Paracas National Reserve to spot pelicans, flamingos and Peruvian boobies among the unusual rock formations.

DAY 17 - 18 | 30 - 1 Dec
At Sea
DAY 19 | 2 Dec
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La Serena (Coquimbo)

The town of Coquimbo lies just on the edge of the Elqui Valley, where fertile vineyards produce quality Syrah and Carmenere wines as well as a grape spirit called piscos at the feet of the mountains. If you follow the Ruta de Estrellas (Route of the Stars) further, the green stripes of the vines give way to a desert landscape which is one of the best places in the world for stargazing.

DAY 20 | 3 Dec
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San Antonio (Santiago)

Famed for its grand architecture, this sophisticated city is set against the stunning backdrop of the Andes and surrounded by vineyards that produce some of Chile’s most famous wines. Visitors are drawn to Santiago’s museums and art galleries but you’ll also find an infectious energy and an exploding restaurant scene. Each neighbourhood has its own unique character, from the stylish Alonso de Cordoba to leafy hillside parks - perfect for a picnic with a view.

DAY 21 | 4 Dec
At Sea
DAY 22 | 5 Dec
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Puerto Montt

Puerto Montt is the gateway to the majestic Andes Mountains and the Patagonian fjords. Cruise through awe-inspiring channels and islands, past snow-capped peaks and blue-tinged glaciers – the scenery here is truly stunning. Nearby is the symmetrical, glacier-covered Osorno Volcano, a favourite walk for hiking enthusiasts.

DAY 23 | 6 Dec
At Sea
DAY 24 | 7 Dec
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Amalia Glacier (Scenic Cruising)

Decorated with cool blue glaciers and overlooked by grand, snow-dusted mountains, the unspoilt beauty of this incredible region will take your breath away. Due to its remoteness, many think the fjords to be barren and desolate, but the marine wildlife is abundant here. You could spot a dolphin or two in the deep blue waters, whales coming to the surface between meals and seals barking on rocky outcrops. The area is also rich in birdlife, with penguins lining the beaches.

DAY 25 | 8 Dec
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Punta Arenas (Chile)

Docking in Punta Arenas, it’s difficult not to fall in love with this place, not because of the city or the culture but because of the cheeky penguins. You could venture to Magdalena Island where a large colony of Magellanic penguins totter around, flippers waving, oblivious to the humans that walk amongst them.

DAY 26 | 9 Dec
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Ushuaia

Nicknamed the ‘End of The World’ for being the southernmost city on the planet, Ushuaia is surrounded by soaring peaks and abundant trees, with an endless sea stretching before it. Here you could ride the End of the World Train, enjoying the striking views of the Tierra del Fuego National Park.

DAY 27 | 10 Dec
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Cape Horn (Scenic Cruising)

Cape Horn is widely considered to be the southernmost tip of South America. The culmination of the Andes mountain range, the legendary Cape is known for its hazardous maritime conditions. However this has protected the rocky region from human settlement, so you'll enjoy the same views that the earliest explorers discovered centuries ago. 

DAY 28 | 11 Dec
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Falkland Islands

Explore the capital of the Falkland Islands in Stanley starting with the Historic Dockyard Museum, which is dedicated to maritime exploration and natural history. Meander by the waterfront where a whalebone arch guards the entrance of Christ Church Cathedral, all the while embracing the rugged landscape here and its abundant wildlife, including gentoo penguins.

DAY 29 | 12 Dec
At Sea
DAY 30 | 13 Dec
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Puerto Madryn

The gateway to the Tombo National Reserve, here you’ll find a vast colony of Magellanic penguins, Patagonian hares, foxes, gulls, dolphins and whales. The city’s Welsh influences are still evident in the old town of Gaiman, where you’ll find traditional Welsh tea houses that serve delicious torta negra, a rich fruit cake. 

DAY 31 - 32 | 14 - 15 Dec
At Sea
DAY 33 | 16 Dec
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Montevideo

The capital of Uruguay, Montevideo is a vibrant city rich in culture. Explore the Plaza Independencia which leads to the charming Old Town, home to the colonial Palacio Salvo. Alternatively you could explore the Mercado del Puerto or simply kick back on Pocitos’ beach while chowing down on chivito – a steak sandwich packed with olives, mozzarella and more.

DAY 34 | 17 Dec
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Buenos Aires

Get your dancing shoes on as you arrive in Buenos Aires, the global capital of tango. Effervescent with life, from dawn to dusk and beyond, this is a city that brims with passion and boasts handsome European-style architecture and cobble-stone streets. Gorge in delicious steakhouses and discover the labyrinthine necropolis, Cementerio de la Recoleta, the resting place of Argentina’s former First Lady, Evita Peron. 

DAY 35 - 36 | 18 - 19 Dec
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Buenos Aires - Disembark Coral Princess and Hotel Stay

Toady you’ll disembark and enjoy a further two nights in this vivacious capital in your hotel. Take in the sights of the ‘Paris of South America’, including the lively Boca neighbourhood and colonial San Telmo, before heading to reinvigorated Puerto Madero – the old port of the city has been transformed into one of the most exclusive gastronomic and residential areas in Buenos Aires.

Coral Princess

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Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway to exotic locations or a fun-filled cruise holiday with the family, the stunning Coral Princess is the perfect choice. This beautiful ship combines all the modern features you’d expect from a large cruise liner, while retaining an intimate and welcoming ambience. There’s always something to do day or night, with great activities and fabulous entertainment. Luxurious, peaceful spaces allow you to relax in real style if you prefer to unwind. Add a great range of dining options and Princess’ famously efficient and friendly crew and there’s everything you’ll need for a fantastic cruise holiday.

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Bayou Café & Steakhouse

The first New Orleans-inspired specialty restaurant at sea, Bayou Café & Steakhouse offers fresh and authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine.

Lotus Spa

Enjoy relaxing treatments, such as facials, aroma stone therapy massages, detoxifying ocean wraps and an aromatherapy thermal suite.

Movies Under the Stars

The go-to destination for feature films, thrilling concerts and exciting sporting events such as live football games.

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Tonnage: 91,627

Number of Decks: 16

Passenger Capacity: 2,000

Total Crew: 895

Number of Cabins: 1,000

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Kids Club: Yes

CALL TO BOOK: 0800 840 5800

CRUISE CODE: AME7363