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Royal Caribbean details 2017/18 programs from Baltimore, Florida, San Juan

Royal Caribbean details 2017/18 programs from Baltimore, Florida, San Juan

A new port of call, Ponce in Puerto Rico, a new Bahamas itinerary from Baltimore, and sailings from Port Everglades, Miami, Tampa and San Juan are among Royal Caribbean International's newly released 2017/18 deployments.

Grandeur of the Seas will continue sailing from Baltimore year-round on a variety of itineraries. These include a new program to Nassau and CocoCay in the Bahamas (nine nights), Bermuda (five nights), fall foliage cruises to Canada/New England (nine nights), and the southern Caribbean (also nine nights), to such destinations as St. Thomas, St Kitts and St. Maarten.

From Miami, Navigator of the Seas will sail five-night cruises and nine-night cruises to southern Caribbean destinations like Aruba and Bonaire.

From Port Everglades, Independence of the Seas will offer four-and five-night jaunts to Costa Maya, Cozumel, Falmouth and Labadee, while Freedom of the Seas will sail to the eastern and western Caribbean on six- and eight-night routes. And Serenade of the Seas will offer 10- and 11-night voyages to destinations that include Ponce.

In Tampa, Brilliance of the Seas will join Rhapsody of the Seas, with Brilliance offering four- and five-night jaunts to Key West, Cozumel and Grand Cayman, and Rhapsody sailing seven-night cruises.

From San Juan, Jewel of the Seas will visit destinations like St. Lucia, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Barbados on week-long cruises.

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