Settle in for seven days of exciting cruising through the Caribbean when you reserve your cabin on the Regal Princess from Ft. Lauderdale and back again.
Spending time in rare cities such as Falmouth and Princess Cays makes this trip particularly interesting. This route is a rare one for the Regal.
Offered at under $130 per day, this bargain is solid. Our price is the total you pay, no surprises at checkout.
More than 3,500 guests can set sail on this highly-rated Royal class vessel, based in the Caribbean.
Want to enjoy a laser shooting range or the SeaWalk glass walkway? These attractions are exclusive to 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.
Since being listed seven months ago, The cost of this sailing has fluctuated between $623 and $908 for a stateroom, inclusive of $175 in taxes and port charges. This graph displays the cost over time for the different types of cabin.
|$129.71 per day||$153.29 per day||$203.29 per day|
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This sailing spends four port days and two days at sea. Major features include visits to once-in-a-lifetime ports like Falmouth and Princess Cays.
|Sun, Mar 5||Fort Lauderdale, FL||3:30pm|
|Mon, Mar 6||Princess Cays, Bahamas||9:00am||5:00pm|
|Tue, Mar 7||Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos||12:00pm||8:00pm|
|Wed, Mar 8||At Sea|
|Thu, Mar 9||Falmouth, Jamaica||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Fri, Mar 10||Georgetown, Cayman Islands||7:00am||4:00pm|
|Sat, Mar 11||At Sea|
|Sun, Mar 12||Fort Lauderdale, FL||6:00am|
The Regal sails this route two times this year. The Caribbean also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.