Cruise News New Cruise Ships Highlight 2015 - 2016 Caribbean Cruise Season

New Cruise Ships Highlight 2015 – 2016 Caribbean Cruise Season

The 2015 – 2016 Caribbean cruise season is in full swing with the addition of two new mega cruise ships that are now sailing to the most popular cruise destination in the world. In addition to these new ships, Allure of the Seas and MSC Divina are also back in the Caribbean after sailing a season in the Mediterranean.

Norwegian Escape – The world’s newest cruise ship, Norwegian Escape was christened in PortMiami on Monday by Mr. 305, Pit Bull.  The largest ship in Norwegian’s fleet, Norwegian Escape is the first Breakaway Plus class ship from the cruise line and offers over 25 dining options. For a 12 minute video tour of Norwegian Escape, watch the video below.

Norwegian Escape will sail 6, 7 and 8 night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from PortMiami.

Anthem of the Seas – Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship, Anthem of the Seas arrived in New York Harbor last week and will sail out of Cape Liberty, New Jersey.  Billed as the most innovative cruise ship ever built, the cruise ship has unique features that no other ships sailing to the Caribbean have.

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Among these unique features are robot bartenders, a sky diving simulator, floor to ceiling virtual balconies on all inside staterooms, and the innovative Two70 Lounge.  The SeaPlex is one of the most versatile rooms at sea.  It can be used as a full sized basketball court, bumper cars, roller skating, and even a circus school.

Joining these two new cruise ships to the Caribbean, this past week saw Allure of the Seas and MSC Divina make their way back to South Florida for the 2015-2016 Caribbean cruise season.

Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas is currently the largest cruise ship in the world.  The ship arrived back in Port Everglades on November 6 after a dry dock and a season in Europe.  During the dry dock, Allure of the Seas received a few upgrades as well as new restaurants and shops. Allure of the Seas sails 7 night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

MSC Divina arrived back in Miami, Florida on November 11 and will now sail year round to the Caribbean from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami. MSC Cruises offers Mediterranean style cruising on one of their most elegant ships.  From the Swarovksi crystal staircases to the aft infinity pool, MSC Divina offers the best value to the Caribbean with seven night cruises starting at $399 per person.

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Ben, a world traveler who has visited 41 countries, currently takes between 8-10 cruises a year. His writings have appeared and been cited in various media outlets such as Yahoo News, MSN, NPR, Drudge Report, CNN, Fox, and ABC News. Ben currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. Follow Ben on Instagram. Visit Ben Souza on Linkedin. You may email Ben at [email protected]
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