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Cruise News from Royal Caribbean Cruise Line

Along with a host of other awards, Royal Caribbean has been named the 2022 Travel Weekly Readers’ Choice for Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean. This makes the 20th year in a row that Royal Caribbean has received this honor. 

They also took home the awards for Best Sales and Service for the 15th time, Best Overall Cruise Line for the 20th time, Best Entertainment for the 6th time, Best Private Island Experience at Perfect Day at CocoCay, Best Individual Cruise Ship in Symphony of the Seas, and Best New Ocean Cruise Ship with Wonder of the Seas.

Royal Caribbean International has announced its 2024-2025 year-long and Caribbean cruise schedule.

Whether you want the world’s largest ship or an adventure-packed weekend, cruisers will be satisfied with Royal Caribbean. 

Royal Caribbean is offering cruises to the best of the Caribbean on eight different ships. Icon of the Seas will be sailing Eastern and Western vacations year-round out of Port Miami. Symphony of the Seas is making her Big Apple debut and sailing from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey. She will offer 7-night cruises to the Bahamas. Freedom of the Seas will be sailing from Port Everglades and offer a series of 7- and 8-night cruises to the Western, Eastern, and Southern Caribbean, along with Perfect Day at CocoCay. Harmony of the Seas will sail year-round from Galveston and offer 6- to 8-night Western Caribbean and Perfect Day at CocoCay vacations. Enchantment of the Seas will return to Tampa and offer 7-night Western Caribbean cruises and three 7-night Bahamas and Perfect Day at CocoCay cruises.

Wonder of the Seas will be sailing from Port Canaveral year-round and offer 7-night Eastern and Western cruises, while Liberty of the Seas will sail once again from Cape Liberty and offer 4-, 4- and 9-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean, Bermuda, and Canada and New England. Adventure of the Seas will depart from Port Canaveral to offer 6- and 8-night sailings to the Southern, Eastern or Western Caribbean. Vision of the Seas will also be sailing from the East Coast when she sails from Baltimore and offers 5- and 9-night cruises to Bermuda, The Bahamas, or Canada and New England in the summer. During the winter season, she will offer 8-night cruises to the Bahamas and 12-night cruises in the Southern Caribbean.

Vacationers have more than 20 destinations from which to choose. Included are destinations in Honduras, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, Mexico, Jamaica, and of course Royal Caribbean’s award-winning private islands, Perfect Day at CocoCay and Labadee. 

With the number of offerings from Royal Caribbean across eight ships and two private fun-filled, unforgettable islands, cruisers are sure to have a memorable vacation.