SANTA CLARITA, Calif. -- Princess Cruises said it will debut a new series of its "exotics" cruises to Asia, South America, Africa and the South Pacific next year, using five ships. The 2004 Exotics season will include the line's first summer exotics sailings.

Princess will debut seven new itineraries and three new destinations: Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific; Puerto Ordaz, Vuenezuela; and Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean. In addition, Princess will add a line-up of longer sailings called Connoisseur Adventure Voyages.

Highlights include:

• The Sapphire Princess, which debuts in early 2004, will take over the Star Princess' routes in Australia and Asia.

• The Royal Princess will spend fall 2004 in Asia before sailing to South America. It also will offer a new Princess itinerary featuring the Orinoco River.

• Regal Princess will offer its second season of 15-day Hawaii cruises from Los Angeles.

• The Pacific Princess, a former Renaissance vessel, will sail in the South Pacific, Australia, Asia, Hawaii, West Africa, South America and the Indian Ocean.

• The Tahitian Princess will continue to offer Tahiti-themed cruises with 10-day itineraries. The voyages also will call in either the Cook Islands or the Marquesas Islands.

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