2021 Caribbean cruises by Royal Caribbean

Already opened the booking for the 2021-2022 season! A vast range of different choices among short cruises and route onboard the ships renewed following the Royal Amplified plan.

The Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas’ Caribbean

The largest cruise ships in the world – Symphony of the Seas and Allure of the Seas – in the 2021 Summer, will have alternating routes for their seven-night cruises in the Eastern and Western Caribbean, with stops on the private island: Perfect day at CocoCay.

The Symphony of the Seas will depart from the city of Miami and the Allure of the Seas from Port Canaveral. The second one is back to the sea after its 165milion dollars renovating works, thus there will be numbers of new attractions onboard: The Perfect Storm, a breathtaking water slides trio, a larger cuisine selection with – besides the Royal’s guests’ favourites ones – brand new choices such as the Italian Giovanni’s Kitchen & Wine Bar, Playmakers Sports & bar and El Loco Fresh Mexican restaurant.

The Allure of the Sea will stay in the Caribbean until November 2021 then will be replaced by Harmony of the Seas for the winter season, which will have seven-night trips from Port Canaveral, all with stops in Perfect day at CocoCay.

Anthem of the Seas in the Bahamas

After a Summer season in Southampton – UK, Anthem of the Sea will sail for Cape Liberty on October 2021, for seven-nights cruises in the Bahamas (and for the end of the year will be in the south of the Caribbean too).

The Vision of the Seas will be in the south of Florida in the winter season, from Fort Lauderdale, with ten to eleven nights trips in the south of the Caribbean. Instead, Rhapsody of the Seas will depart from Tampa for the western Caribbean for seven-nights routes.

San Juan of Porto Rico will be the departure spot for the Freedom of the Seas and the Empress of the Seas. Both will have seven-nights itineraries for the 2021-2022 winter season, with excursions in remote islands such as Virgin Gorda, the British Virgin Islands, Bridgetown, Grenada, Barbados and St. George’s.

Through the Bermuda and Canada

The Empress of the Seas will provide seven-nights journeys from Bayonne to Bermuda and a selection of chooses that will include the New England and Quebec City, in Canada; in the autumn will be in Montreal to sail in the Canadian seas for up to eleven-nights cruises. The Enchantment of the Seas starts his route for Baltimora in summer and will provide five to nine-nights trips in Bermuda and Perfect Day at CocoCay, and eight to twelve-nights in the Bahamas, Perfect Day at CocoCay and the south Caribbean for the winter; plus some fall cruises to allow the guests to enjoy the Canadian foliage.

Short trips in the Caribbean

In addition are scheduled some short cruise ride towards the Caribbean: the Mariner of the Seas will sail from Port Canaveral all year long, provide Bahamas cruises of three and four days and, in summer, with a stop in Perfect Day at CocoCay as well. The Navigator of the Seas will be in Fort Lauderdale form Miami, touching Perfect Day in CocoCay too, with cruises of three and four days.

In the end, from Galveston in Texas, in the summer of 2021 will sail the Liberty of the Seas, offering cruises of seven-nights and then will go to Miami to spend the winter there doing three and four-nights journeys to the Bahamas and Perfect day at CocoCay.

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