Royal Caribbean International expands Caribbean offerings for 2024

Royal Caribbean International expands Caribbean offerings for 2024

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Royal Caribbean’s private island CocoCay in The Bahamas features in most of the 2024-2025 Caribbean itineraries

Royal Caribbean International will offer Caribbean cruises onboard eight of its ships during its 2024-2025 season.

The cruise line will visit over 20 Caribbean destinations from the US including Roatan in Honduras; Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas; Philipsburg in St. Maarten; Cozumel and Costa Maya in Mexico; Falmouth in Jamaica; and Royal Caribbean’s private destinations CocoCay in The Bahamas and Labadee in Haiti.

The line plans to offer year-round cruises to the Caribbean onboard Wonder of the Seas, departing from Port Canaveral in Florida, and Harmony of the Seas, from Galveston in Texas. Wonder of the Seas will sail on seven-night trips to the Eastern and Western Caribbean while Harmony of the Seas will sail six- to eight-night Western Caribbean itineraries.

During the summer season, guests will have six other ships to choose from for Caribbean sailings including Symphony of the Seas, travelling to The Bahamas for seven-night cruises, and Liberty of the Seas to the Eastern Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England. Both ships will depart from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey.

Freedom of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas will both sail from Florida, offering seven- to eight-night cruises across the Caribbean, and seven-night itineraries to Western Caribbean and The Bahamas respectively.

Meanwhile, Adventure of the Seas will offer six- and eight-night trips to the Southern, Eastern and Western Caribbean and The Bahamas from Port Canaveral in Orlando.

Vision of the Seas will sail from Baltimore on five- and nine-night cruises to Bermuda, Canada and New England as well as eight-night trips to The Bahamas and 12 nights in the Southern Caribbean calling at St. Croix, the US Virgin Islands and St. Lucia.

“The Caribbean is a unique and beautiful location that truly offers something for everyone,” said Benjamin Bouldin, vice president for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Royal Caribbean International, on the popularity of the region in our 2023 issue of Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning. “A cruise gives holidaymakers the chance to visit a wide selection of picturesque destinations conveniently, without having to manage multiple flights.”

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Alice Chambers
By Alice Chambers
22 December 2022

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