Royal Caribbean International opened for sale its 2024-2025 year-long and summer Caribbean cruises with eight ships sailing the region.
Highlights include the Icon of the Seas, sailing Eastern and Western vacations year-round from Miami, Florida; a first with Symphony of the Seas making its Big Apple debut when it sails from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey; Freedom of the Seas heading to Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and Harmony of the Seas returning to the cruise line’s new, net-zero terminal in Galveston, Texas.
Pax can choose from more than 20 destinations to choose from, including Roatan, Honduras; Charotte Amalie, St. Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; Falmouth, Jamaica; and Royal Caribbean’s private destinations, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas and Labadee in Haiti. According to the cruise line, most cruises include one or both of the private destinations.
Year-round 2024-2025 Caribbean Cruises Highlights
Wonder of the Seas – Sailing from Orlando, Florida (Port Canaveral)
Wonder of the Seas will continue to call Port Canaveral home year-round for 7-night Western and Eastern Caribbean cruises. Destinations vacationers can visit include Cozumel, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Perfect Day at CocoCay.
Harmony of the Seas – Sailing from Galveston, Texas
Harmony of the Seas heads back to Galveston, Texas, to sail 6- to 8-night Western Caribbean and Perfect Day at CocoCay cruises – marking the first time travellers can visit the private island destination from the state. Destinations include Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; and Roatan, Honduras, among others.
Summer 2024 Caribbean Cruises Highlights
Symphony of the Seas – Sailing from Bayonne, New Jersey (Cape Liberty)
For the first time, New York will be home to Symphony of the Seas for the summer. Symphony will sail 7-night cruises to The Bahamas.
Freedom of the Seas – Sailing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Port Everglades)
Freedom of the Seas will sail from Fort Lauderdale on a series of 7- to 8-night cruises to a combination of destinations in the Western and Eastern Caribbean, Perfect Day at CocoCay, and the Southern Caribbean. Ashore, vacationers can set their sights on places like private destination Labadee in Haiti, Maarten’s Philipsburg and Falmouth, Jamaica.
Liberty of the Seas – Sailing from Bayonne (Cape Liberty)
Liberty of the Seas will sail a varied combination of 4-night, 5-night and 9-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean, Bermuda and Canada and New England. Cruises can see locales like Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada, Philipsburg, and Labadee, among others.
Adventure of the Seas – Sailing from Orlando (Port Canaveral)
Adventure of the Seas ' lineup includes 6- and 8-night vacations that explore the Southern, Eastern or Western Caribbean and The Bahamas, including Perfect Day at CocoCay, Labadee, Charlotte Amalie; and Oranjestad, Aruba.
Vision of the Seas – Sailing from Baltimore
Vision will continue to cruise from Baltimore. During the summer, pax can head to Bermuda, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas or Canada and New England on 5- and 9-night cruises. The winter brings a new set of itineraries to choose from, 8-night vacations to The Bahamas and 12 nights in the Southern Caribbean with visits to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Castries, St. Lucia; and Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis.
Enchantment of the Seas – Sailing from Tampa, Florida
Enchantment of the Seas will be sailing 7-night Western Caribbean cruises and three 7-night Bahamas and Perfect Day at CocoCay itineraries.
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