Cruise News Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Resumes Cruises Out of New Orleans in 50 Days

Royal Caribbean Resumes Cruises Out of New Orleans in 50 Days

In 50 days, Royal Caribbean will resume cruises out of New Orleans when one of their cruise ships begins sailing out of the port for the first time in three years.

Vision of the Seas will sail seven night cruises to the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas out of New Orleans beginning in the middle of December.  The seven night cruises to the Western Caribbean will offer a few different itineraries that stop in popular cruise ports in Mexico, Honduras, and the Cayman Islands.

The seven night cruises to the Bahamas will stop in Key West, Nassau, and the cruise line’s private island CocoCay.  The ship will also offer a few shorter four and five night cruises out of New Orleans as well.

Vision of the Seas will stay in New Orleans for the 2018-19 winter Caribbean season before returning to Europe in the spring.  Vision of the Seas is a 78,000 gross ton cruise ship that entered service in 1998 and can carry 2,000 passengers at double occupancy.

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