SAIL away in style on a luxury Princess Cruises holiday, spending 10 nights all-inclusive exploring the Canary Islands from just £999pp.
The exclusive deal for Sun readers has been launched as part of the Sun Like It Hot campaign and works out to less than £100pp, per night.
Passengers will set sail on the ultra modern Sky Princess, which joined the Princess fleet just a few years ago.
The cruise departs from Southampton on October 19 so you can forget about the stress of booking flights or watching what you pack in your case.
And you can even pay just £50 deposit to secure the deal while paying the rest of the cost nearer departure.
Passengers onboard the Sky Princess will get to explore the Canary Islands and mainland Spain as well as the Portuguese island of Madeira across the 10 days.
Along the way, you will stop off at Gran Canaria where you can enjoy some duty-free shopping at the capital city Las Palmas, before heading to Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands.
You will also get to spend the day in Madeira, the Portuguese island known for its fortified wine and lush landscape, before another relaxing day at sea.
As you make your return to the UK, the ship will stop at the Spanish city of Vigo, where you’d be foolish not to try some of the local seafood, before arriving back at Southampton two days later.
Each of the ports of call can be freely explored by yourself, or you can book a range of excursions through Princess’ expert cruise staff beforehand.
Onboard there’s a host of fabulous new features to enjoy on sea days and after exciting days ashore.
Joining speciality restaurants Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria and the Crown Grill steakhouse is the new French bistro La Sur Mer, created by Michelin-starred chef Emmanuel Renaut.
Make the most of your evening at the new jazz bar Take Five with live performances and exclusively crafted cocktails, or head to the WakeView Bar and Pool for sunset sip or two.
The all-inclusive Princess Plus package includes premium drinks, which is everything from a fancy coffee to cocktails, spirits and wine, as well as unlimited MedallionNet Wi-Fi and crew gratuities, so you can leave those worries behind.
Guests can also take advantage of the PrincessMedallion wearable device, which replaces the traditional cruise card to make everything a bit easier onboard the ship.
This includes contactless embarking and disembarking, as well as keyless room access so you never have to worry about being locked out again.
It even lets you order food and drink anywhere on the ship, as well as requesting other services and accessing entertainment via smart devices.
Anyone wanting to upgrade their rooms can opt for the ship’s two Sky Suites which have the largest balconies at sea and 270-degree panoramic views.
Or if you’d prefer a holiday on a budget, opt for the standard Princess Fare from just £699pp, based on two people sharing.
The exclusive cruise offer can be booked from February 26 for one week only, with the £999pp all-inclusive deal based on two adults in an interior stateroom.
Book by calling 0344 338 8665, visiting your travel agent or on princess.com/thesun.