Vancouver Cruise Itinerary: Sail to San Francisco for Less

A luxurious way to get to the City by the Bay…

Locals looking to visit the “Golden City” without hopping on a plane have an inexpensive option this fall.

All Pacific Coast cruises departing from California cities en route to Vancouver are sold out or have already taken place. Looking ahead, however, there are still a few more affordable options this fall.

One of the best deals departs Vancouver on Saturday, September 24, and spends two days at sea before disembarking in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 27.

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Photo via Princess Cruises

The total cost for two people for an inside cabin is $626 USD, which equates to $821.02 CAD. The total price per person is $410.51 CAD including all taxes and fees.

Those costs include not only your transportation on a beautiful five-star ship, but also meals, entertainment, snacks and accommodation. The only thing it doesn’t take into account is alcohol, but you can choose to buy a beverage package that can lower the cost of your expenses.

The ship is the five-star Royal Princess, with swimming pools, basketball court, tennis court, hot tubs, live theater, miniature golf, renowned spa treatments, movies under the stars, a jogging track and much more.

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Photo via Princess Cruises

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