Date:05/18/2019From:BerlinPrice:$1,738 Book Now
Nights:11To:BerlinPer Day:$158
Date:May 18, 2019 From:Berlin
Ship:Regal Daily:$158
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  4. Regal May 18th, 2019 Berlin round-trip
  1. Cruises
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  3. 11 nights
  4. Regal May 18th, 2019 Berlin round-trip
  1. Cruises
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  3. May 2019
  4. Regal May 18th, 2019 Berlin round-trip

Interested in Sailing Princess's Biggest Ship for Just $1,738?

Prepare for eleven days of leisurely sailing across the sea when you embark on the Regal Princess from Berlin and back again.

With this Memorial Day cruise you'll stop at common ports such as Copenhagen in addition to once-in-a-lifetime ports such as Oslo. This route is an interesting one for the Regal, but this is the lowest price sailing on it.

We include all all entertainment, meals, taxes, and port fees in this price, so there are no sneaky extra fees. With a cost of less than $160 per day, this value is.

Day 4: Copenhagen
Minigolf Course

The Regal Princess

The Regal Princess

More than 4,200 travelers can comfortably travel on this highly-rated big cruise ship, based in Ft. Lauderdale and refurbished less than two years ago in 2017.

Want to experience a laser shooting range or the SeaWalk glass walkway? These amenities can only be found on Princess and are both found on the Regal.

The Regal also offers a minigolf course, an outdoor movie theater, a basketball court, a casino, a bowling lane, a gym, a jacuzzi, a spa, and a ping pong table.

Pricing Information

The accompanying graph shows the price over time for every class of cabin. Since it was first listed on December 31st of last year, the price of a stateroom on this sailing has varied between $1,738 and $2,669 including $210 in taxes and port charges. Right now this sailing is at its lowest price, so reserve your cabin now before it moves upwards.

$1,738 Sold Out $2,592 $2,788
$158.00 per day $235.64 per day $253.45 per day
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Ping Pong Table
SeaWalk Glass Walkway
Day 10: Tallinn
Day 3: Oslo

Your Itinerary

This cruise is made up of seven days in port and three sea days. Highlights include visits to extremely rare destinations like Oslo in addition to long stops in Copenhagen and Stockholm.

Sat, May 18Warnemunde, Germany (Berlin)9:00pm
Sun, May 19At Sea
Mon, May 20Oslo, Norway7:00am2:00pm
Tue, May 21Copenhagen, Denmark5:00am6:00pm
Wed, May 22At Sea
Thu, May 23Stockholm, Sweden7:00am7:00pm
Fri, May 24Helsinki, Finland11:00am6:00pm
Sat, May 25St. Petersburg, Russia6:30am
Sun, May 266:00pm
Mon, May 27Tallinn, Estonia8:00am5:00pm
Tue, May 28At Sea
Wed, May 29Warnemunde, Germany (Berlin)7:00am

Alternate Sailings

The Regal sails this route two times this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.

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