Princess Cruises To Offer Exclusive One-off Special St Kitts Sailing Trip Aboard Its Smallest Ship I

Travellers will be able to escape the cold weather next January with a ten-day trip sailing around the Eastern Caribbean as Princess Cruises reveals a new itinerary for its smallest ship, the Pacific Princess.

St Kitts holidays have been included in the itinerary and tourists will also be able to enjoy stops to the beautiful islands of Antigua and St Lucia.

The Pacific Princess will cruise from 17th-27th January, 2013 around the Eastern Caribbean before the ship heads off on its annual sailing around the world.

"Because Pacific Princess travels the globe, we rarely have the opportunity to offer a Caribbean cruise on this popular small ship," commented Jan Swartz, the Executive Vice President of Princess Cruises. "But because we're rescheduling the ship's dry dock, we now have a wonderful chance to offer this unique one-time itinerary option before she takes off on her yearly world cruise."

When sailing to the blessed Caribbean islands, during their holidays in St Kitts, passengers will be able to visit the famous UNESCO World Heritage sites of Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. The cruise also offers in-port excursions such as a tour from Tortola to Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands where they can see the impressive geologic formation "The Baths", and a visit to the majestic Pitons on the island of St Lucia.

The Pacific Princess is one of the smallest ships in the Princess Cruises fleet and the vessel can accommodate up to 680 passengers. The ship boasts many modern and luxury facilities including Sabatini's Italian restaurant and the Sterling Steakhouse; a theatre, stylish lounges, bars, casinos and nightclubs; and swimming pools, spas, a fitness centre and jogging track.

Tourists taking holidays to St Kitts and Nevis can explore the beautiful natural landscapes such as soaring volcanic peaks, lush green rainforests, unspoiled white sandy beaches and the turquoise, crystal clear, warm ocean waters.

The islands of St Kitts and Nevis are separated by a two-mile channel in the West Indies and are home to an abundance of wildlife including birds, sea turtles and tropical monkeys, as well as a selection of luxury beachfront St Kitts hotels.