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Royal Caribbean Moving Cruise Ships to New Homeports for Short 2020-2021 Cruises

Royal Caribbean has opened shorter 2020-2021 cruises to the Caribbean for bookings on three of their cruise ships.  The cruise line is shuffling a few of their cruise ships that include Mariner of the Seas moving to Port Canaveral and Enchantment of the Seas homeporting in Galveston.

Here is a look at the newly released itineraries by Royal Caribbean:

Mariner of the Seas

Mariner of the Seas is leaving Miami and heading to Port Canaveral. Pack in more thrills than ever before onboard the amped up Mariner of the Seas with 3 and 4 -night sailings from Port Canaveral, Florida. Soar into gravity-defying fun at Sky Pad and catch a wave on the FlowRider surf simulator as you make your way to Perfect Day at CocoCay for even more adventure.

Mariner of the Seas will begin sailing from Port Canaveral on May 1. 2020.  The three night sailings will visit Nassau and Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas, CocoCay. The four night sailings will stop in the same ports and add in one sea day.

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Navigator of the Seas

Get more from your getaway onboard the amped up Navigator of the Seas with 3 and 4-night adventures sailing from the Cruise Capital of the World, PortMiami. Head for bold new thrills at Perfect Day at CocoCay, in between conquering new onboard feats, like The Blaster, the longest waterslide at sea, and Riptide, a mat racer waterslide that curves off the side of the ship and more.

The three night sailings will visit Nassau and CocoCay while the four night sailings will add in a sea day.

Enchantment of the Seas

Max out your vacation with a quick getaway onboard Enchantment of the Seas offering 4, 5, and 7 night Western Caribbean sailings from Galveston, Texas. Uncover the wonders of past civilizations in the Yucatan and ride an ATV in the jungles of Costa Maya during a game-changing vacation.

The four night cruises will visit Cozumel and have two sea days.  The five night cruses will either visit Costa Maya and Cozumel or Progreso and Cozumel.   There will be four seven night sailings that visit Key West, Nassau, and CocoCay.

Crown and Anchor members can book these new cruises starting December 5, 2018.  The cruises will open to the general public on December 6, 2018.

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  1. Mariner will begin sailing out of Port Canaveral in 2019 not 2020. Also, Enchantment will move to Galveston in May 2019. this deployment is a continuation of last years deployment release.

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