Princess Cruises Santa Barbara wine country cruise port of call


Santa Barbara Harbor lies on California’s Pacific coast near the Santa Ynez Mountains about 90 nautical miles northwest of the Port of Los Angeles.

Santa Barbara does not see a large amount of cruise ship activity, however, when cruise lines do call on Santa Barbara it is a welcome stop.

A worthwhile itinerary that calls on Santa Barbara is the Princess Cruises getaway offering a welcome escape to Wine Country.

The Princess Cruises Wine Country Coastal cruise is a seven-day voyage geared towards wine lovers, this special sailing offers cruisers the chance to explore the California wine regions of Santa Barbara and the San Francisco area — as well as visit the microbreweries of Astoria, Oregon. Themed excursions are available in many ports to enhance the local wine focus. In addition, onboard presentations from guest experts will showcase the world of food and wine with demonstrations, tastings and special meals. The cruise aboard Sapphire Princess will depart from Los Angeles on May 7, 2011, sailing to Vancouver with calls at Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Astoria, Seattle and Victoria.

Itinerary
  Port
Arrival
Departure
1
Los Angeles, California   4:00 PM
2
Santa Barbara, California
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
3
San Francisco, California
10:00 AM
8:00 PM
4
At Sea    
5
Astoria, Oregon
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
6
Seattle, Washington
10:00 AM
11:00 PM
7
Victoria, British Columbia
8:00 AM
11:59 PM
8
Vancouver, British Columbia
7:30 AM
 

Interested in bringing a group on this fantasic cruise, call us at 888.203.3012.

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One comment on “Princess Cruises Santa Barbara wine country cruise port of call
  1. Marie mullarkey says:

    I would like to be sent some information, catalogues, for wine cruises to California and Oregon. There would be a group going, about 18, next year.
    I need details and prices. We are open to varieties of this type of trip..
    Thank you.

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