The cruises will sail out of many different ports in the United States, including Florida, Texas and California.
Royal Caribbean is launching fast getaway selections in 2024 and 2025, perfect for both of those a very first-time cruiser or a superior seas veteran.
The cruise line, which will be presenting the shorter getaway escapes on 8 unique ships beginning in 2024, opened bookings to the public this week, with cruises sailing out of Florida, Texas, and California.
Passengers out of Florida can sail out of Fort Lauderdale aboard the Liberty of the Seas ship, which for 3 and 4-evening visits to Royal Caribbean’s non-public island CocoCay and Nassau in the Bahamas. From Miami, travellers also have a 4-evening solution to sail to Labadee, Haiti aboard the Independence of the Seas ship, which capabilities a duo of racing waterslides and glow-in-the dark laser tag.
Friends wishing to port out of the new, $125 million cruise terminal in Galveston, Texas can hop aboard the Mariner of the Seas on a 4-or 5-night journey to locations like Costa Maya or Cozumel, Mexico. The ship features a new bungee trampoline park, a family-design Tuscan Italian cafe by Jamie Oliver, and the cruise line’s first Polynesian tiki bar, the Bamboo Area.
The Navigator of the Seas will sail from Los Angeles in California, giving attendees a number of 3- and 4-night short escape solutions, alongside with a extended 7-night time option to destinations like Catalina Island, California and Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada and Mazatlan in Mexico. The Navigator is jam-packed with points for all people, such as a a few-stage poolside bar, an remarkable aqua coaster, headfirst mat racer waterslide – which you have to see to appreciate – and the initial standalone blow dry bar.
The cruise line also shared that, for the very first time ever, visitors will have a “year-round” choice of 3 and 4-night time sailings aboard a single of its Oasis Course ships – the Allure of the Seas.
The Attract capabilities a nine-tale zip line, 40-foot rock climbing wall, FlowRider surf