Royal Caribbean International has revealed its Caribbean itineraries for 2017 and 2018, offering a diverse range of year-round short and long journeys to 20 of the most popular island destinations in the Caribbean.
Voted best cruise line in the Caribbean for 13 years running, the cruise line will sail seven of its cruise ships in the Caribbean, including Harmony of the Seas, the first in a new generation of Oasis class ships, as she sails her first summer season to the Caribbean.
Harmony, Allure of the Seas, and Oasis of the Seas will be homed in Florida for 2017, providing guests with more convenient access to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, while Adventure of the Seas will sail from Puerto Rico to the highly popular Southern Caribbean islands on seven-night itineraries, after her multimillion dollar refurbishment taking place this year.
Also getting a makeover this year is Liberty of the Seas, which will offer a variety of seven-night itineraries to the Western Caribbean from its home port of Galveston, Texas, sailing to the likes of lush and exotic Belize.
Meanwhile, guests sailing onboard Majesty of the Seas, from Port Canaveral, and Enchantment of the Seas, from Port of Miami, will experience CocoCay in the Bahamas, an award-winning 140-acre tropical paradise, famous for its eco activities and tours.
Thanks to the award-winning cruise line’s wide range of recently-launched shore excursions, guests can explore and adventure their way through the Caribbean with jeep tours to hidden Mayan ruins in Cozumel, Mexico, cave tube through Belize’s Nohoch Chen rainforest, flyboarding in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, as well as a range of unique eco tours.
Royal Caribbean’s 2017/2018 year-round sailings are now open for booking.