Royal Caribbean International is inviting people to venture off the beaten path as part of the cruise line’s 2022-2023 long Caribbean deployment.
A variety of 6-night Western Caribbean and 8- to 11-night Southern Caribbean sailings will tout jaw-dropping itineraries and immersive excursions across 16 destinations.
From strolling the brightly coloured neighborhoods of Antigua and stopping for roadside barbecue in St. Maarten, to revelling in the historic ruins of Colón, Panama and exploring the twin Piton mountains in St. Lucia, vacationers can find their stride exploring both soft-sand beaches and inland gems.
Evening and late-night stays in the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao) and Puerto Rico mean more time for travelers to journey further into the islands, experience the Caribbean nightlife, or do both.
There will be no shortage of adventure on the 6-night, sun-soaked winter cruises with nearly all itineraries visiting Royal Caribbean’s game-changing private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas.
New adventures are ready to be had, especially for those sailing on Royal Caribbean’s newest ship Odyssey of the Seas. Designed for island-hoping adventures, this Quantum Ultra Class ship – the first to cruise in North America – will return to South Florida in November 2022 for its second winter season of 6 and 8-night cruises to the western and southern Caribbean.
Royal Caribbean’s 2022-2023 long Caribbean cruises is now open for bookings.