2024-2025 year-long and summer Caribbean cruises from Royal Caribbean


On the heels of winning “Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean” for the 20th year in a row, Royal Caribbean International has introduced its 2024-2025 year-long and summer Caribbean cruises that will set the stage for the best family vacations with more adventure of all kinds – and less compromise – for every type of adventurer and all ages. From the world’s largest ships to adventure-packed weekend favorites, vacationers can have their choice of eight ships that sail to the best of the Caribbean. Highlights include the highly anticipated Icon of the Seas, sailing Eastern and Western vacations year-round from Miami, Florida, a first with Symphony of the Seas making its Big Apple debut when it sails from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey, Freedom of the Seas heading to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Harmony of the Seas returning to the cruise line’s new, net-zero terminal in Galveston, Texas. The 2024-2025 year-long and summer Caribbean cruises are now open for bookings.

Adventurers will have more than 20 destinations to choose from, including Roatan, Honduras; Charotte Amalie, St. Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; Falmouth, Jamaica; and Royal Caribbean’s award-winning private destinations, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas and Labadee in Haiti. In fact, most cruises include one or both of the private destinations.

Whether it’s chilling beachside or taking on adrenaline-pumping thrills, vacationers will find it all on Perfect Day at CocoCay. Thrill-seekers can put their courage to the test by plunging down the tallest waterslide in North America – one of 11 next-level waterslides in Thrill Waterpark – floating up to 450 feet in the air in the Up, Up & Away helium balloon; conquering the Caribbean’s largest wave pool; and more. Those looking to chill can kick back at Chill Island on the famed white sand beaches and…

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