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Booking Princess Cruise for non US/Canada residents

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This info is mainly for those who live outside the USA/Canada who want to book a Princess Cruise through an agent in those countries We have booked previous cruises RCL through
www.cruisesonly.com and this year having decided to do Island Princess to the Panama Canal in December booked our Transatlantic flights to fit in I read these pages often so this year shopped around and compared prices It was only then when I tried to book that I discovered Princess Cruises will not allow it In otherwords I would have to book locally OK you may say whats the problem Well the problem is it would have cost well over a $1000 more for the same cabin and that was for an inside one I didn’t compare any others. I don’t understand why they do it other than it is ‘their policy’ to book locally Needless to say we did not book this cruise but have chosen to go with RCL Independence of the Seas in December and are really looking forward to it If anyone knows the reason for this ‘policy’ I would to love to know why

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