Royal Caribbean reveals 2017/2018 Caribbean adventures


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Royal Caribbean International is inviting guests to come seek adventure in the Caribbean in 2017 and 2018. With seven of the 23 ships in the fleet offering a diverse collection of year-round short and long itineraries to 20 of the Caribbean’s most popular island destinations, there’s a cruise to fit every guest’s holiday style. Voted best cruise line in the Caribbean for 13 years running, Royal Caribbean’s 2017/2018 year-round sailings are now open for booking.

Harmony of the Seas, the first in a new generation of Oasis class ships where architectural innovations are combined with technologies of the Quantum class, will sail its first summer season to the Caribbean.  In 2017, Florida will be home to three largest cruise ships in the world year-round   ̶  Harmony and Allure of the Seas in Ft. Lauderdale, and Oasis of the Seas in Port Canaveral   ̶  providing guests with even more convenient access to the distinctive cultures and landscapes of the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Recently repositioned to Central Florida from Port Everglades Cruise Port and offering easy access from Greater Orlando, Oasis of the Seas will sail a new seven-night Eastern Caribbean itinerary in 2017 that calls on Nassau, The Bahamas. Travellers with a passion for adventure can take advantage of recently-launched Caribbean shore excursions, including jeep tours to hidden Mayan ruins in Cozumel, Mexico; flyboarding in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; and a new Royal Extreme Challenge ropes course in Falmouth, Jamaica.

 Following multimillion dollar revitalizations in 2016, Adventure of the Seas will sail from Puerto Rico to the most sought-after Southern Caribbean islands on seven-night itineraries, and Liberty of the Seas will remain in the Lone Star state in 2017, offering a variety of seven-night escapes to the Western Caribbean.

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