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Royal Caribbean International unveils new 2015 line-up

Royal Caribbean International reveals summer and autumn itineraries for six ships sailing in the Caribbean region, Canada and New England in 2015. Read our excerpt about cruises through the jurisdiction here or read about the itineraries for all six ships sailing here.

Incentive Travel & Corporate Meetings
Friday, February 21, 2014
Friday, February 21, 2014

Oasis of the Seas, which shares the title of the world’s largest and most innovative cruise ship with sister-ship Allure of the Seas will offer seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings from Fort Lauderdale. Ports of call include Nassau, The Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Maarten on the Eastern Caribbean itinerary, and, on the Western Caribbean itinerary, Falmouth, Jamaica; Cozumel Mexico; and Labadee.

Aboard Oasis of the Seas, guests will enjoy an array of onboard amenities in seven themed neighbourhoods such as an 82 foot-long zip line, a handcrafted carousel, the Rising Tide elevating bar, a fully-licensed Broadway musical, the high-diving AquaTheater, and Central Park with more than 12,000 live trees and plants, and many more.

Grandeur of the Seas will continue round-trip sailings from historic Baltimore, and sail round-trip, seven-night Bahamas and Bermuda cruises calling at Port Canaveral, Nassau and CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private Bahamian island paradise. On Grandeur of the Seas’ Bermuda sailings, guests will enjoy three days at Kings Wharf to explore all the charm of Bermuda. In the autumn, the ship will alternate six-night Bermuda sailings and eight- and nine-night Canada and New England cruises, calling at Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine, and St. John, New Brunswick, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, in Canada.

This is an excerpt from Incentive Travel & Corporate Meetings as it appeared on February 21, 2014. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

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