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Royal Caribbean Adds Longer Cruises to the Caribbean

Royal Caribbean has added longer cruises to the Caribbean in 2022-2023 that range from six to eleven nights on five cruise ships.

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The six night sailings will visit the Western Caribbean while the eight to 11 night cruises will stop in ports in the Southern Caribbean.

The following new cruises from Royal Caribbean in 2022-2023 are now open for bookings.

Royal Caribbean’s all-new Odyssey of the Seas will say “ciao” to Rome, Italy and set off on a 13-night transatlantic to her winter homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Once stateside, the cruise ship will sail eight night Southern Caribbean itineraries that visit destinations such as Labadee, Haiti – a Royal Caribbean private destination; Oranjestad, Aruba; Willemstad, Curacao and La Romana, Dominican Republic.

The Quantum Ultra Class cruise ship will alternate eight night Southern Caribbean cruises with six night Western Caribbean sailings that visit island gems Falmouth, Jamaica; George Town, Grand Cayman; and Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas on every cruise.

Vision of the Seas will join Odyssey of the Seas in the “Venice of America” to sail 10 and 11 night Southern Caribbean itineraries from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, beginning November 2022.

These wanderlust-worthy sailings are perfect for adventure seekers who have been saving their vacation days to experience an epic mix of the Caribbean’s most picturesque beaches and pulsing ports.

Vision of the Seas’ 10-night itineraries visit a variety of popular ports of call, including San Juan, Puerto Rico; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua and private destination Labadee. The 11-night sailings take guests to exotic tropical locales like Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Colon, Panama; Cartagena, Colombia; Oranjestad; Kralendijk, Bonaire and Willemstad.

After a summer spent in Europe, Jewel of the Seas will set its sights on Port Canaveral to sail eight night Southern Caribbean cruises to the “ABC Islands” and Eastern Caribbean itineraries to the beautiful beaches of Tortola, British Virgin Islands; St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic and Phillipsburg.

The cruise ship will make late-night visits to San Juan and Oranjestad in addition to longer days in Bonaire’s Kralendijk. Jewel will also embark on six night adventures to western Caribbean destinations, including Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico; Falmouth; and Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas.

Grandeur of the Seas will call PortMiami, the Cruise Capital of the World, home for the winter season and offer guests five night Western Caribbean jaunts to Labadee and Key West, Florida, alternating with nine night cruises to Castries, Bridgetown, Barbados; St. John’s, and Basseterre.

Explorer of the Seas will continue cruising from Miami for the winter, offering eight night Southern Caribbean itineraries to the stunning ABC Islands. With late stays in both Kralendijk and Willemstad on every sailing, the longer cruises are perfect for travelers who want to immerse themselves in the myriad of cultures, sounds and flavors well into the night.

The cruise ship will alternate with 6-night adventures that visit Falmouth; George Town; and Perfect Day at CocoCay.

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