Royal Caribbean has announced additional deployments for 2020 cruises to the Caribbean and from the Northeast. The cruise line sent out an email to travel agents today about new itineraries several of their cruise ships will be sailing. One of the highlights will be a new port stop in the Dominican Republic (Punta Cana) for Royal Caribbean.
In addition to the new deployment schedule for their cruise ships, Royal Caribbean also gave new exciting details about their private island in the Bahamas, CoCoCay.
Here are the latest 2020 deployment announcements from Royal Caribbean:
Vision of the Seas doubles up on Panama Canal offerings before heading to San Juan for her Caribbean adventure, including stops at a new destination for Royal Caribbean, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
Serenade of the Seas will sail from Ft. Lauderdale and offer cruises to the Southern Caribbean. Port stops include Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, and Puerto Limon, Costa Rica.
Adventure of the Seas will sail to the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale, with 6 and 8 night itineraries to destinations like Grand Cayman, St. Thomas, San Juan and beyond.
Explorer of the Seas is headed to the Cruise Capital of the World, with 5 night Western Caribbean and 9 night Southern Caribbean adventures sailing from Miami.
Anthem of the Seas and Grandeur of the Seas will be sailing from the Northeast on seven and eight night cruises. The itineraries will include a stop at CocoCay for the new Perfect Day the cruise line is adding.