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Princess Cruises ship paused due to Covid-19 at Port of Los Angeles

Princess Cruises ship paused due to Covid-19 at Port of Los Angeles

By Redacción PortalPortuario.cl

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Sea trip Princess Journeys It did break a pause in activity at the Port of Los Angeles which, however, has brought back the attention of passengers.

It was the Grand Princess cruise ship that started its first of five voyages to Cabo San Lucas and the first of 11 voyages scheduled for 2021 from this port complex in San Pedro Bay.

Passengers of this new course were greeted by Princess Cruises’ president, Jan Schwartz, who took part in a ceremony welcoming them on board.

“We are proud to have the Grand Princess back in service at our home port. Our crew members are eager to welcome guests on board as we continue to resume operations in the United States. Jan Schwartz.

“We are grateful to the Port of Los Angeles for their support during the layoff and are excited to work together again.”

“Princess Cruises is a long-standing valued partner, and we are excited to welcome the Grand Princess back to Los Angeles for its first passenger cruise since March 2020,” Port of Los Angeles CEO Jane Siroca.

“We are a full-service port, with shipping companies, marinas, cruise ships, and visitor services, and each cruise terminal generates more than $1 million in local economic activity. This is especially important to the city and the Port of Los Angeles now.”

Princess Cruises has been its main home in Los Angeles since 1965 and over the past decade has made 700 calls to its ships in this port complex in San Pedro Bay.

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