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Princess Cruises in 2019 will offer cruises from Dublin — something it hasn't done since 2009. 

The California-based line's 3,080-passenger Crown Princess will operate 12-night British Isles sailings out of the Irish capital from May to September that feature stops in Belfast, Northern Ireland; Glasgow, Invergordon and Edinburgh, Scotland; Le Havre, France; Southampton and Guernsey, England; and Cork, Ireland. 

Princess in recent years has offered the same British Isles itinerary during summers out of Southampton, England and Le Havre, France.  Passengers in 2019 still will be able to begin the itinerary in one of those two ports but will have the option  of boarding in Dublin, too. 

Crown Princess also will sail a single one-way voyage from Fort Lauderdale to Dublin in April 2019 as it re-positions to the British Isles from the Caribbean. The 18-night trip will feature stops in Portugal, Belgium and the United Kingdom.

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Crown Princess will sail a one-way voyage back to Fort Lauderdale in the fall of 2019. The trip will be 25 nights in length and include stops in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Spain and Portugal. 

Princess last offered a cruise from Dublin in 2009 on the Tahitian Princess, which since has been renamed Ocean Princess. 

Fares for the new cruises out of Dublin start at $2,099 per person, based on double occupancy and not including taxes, fees and port expenses. 

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