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Allure of the Seas to sail from Port Everglades in winter 2021/22

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Allure of the Seas would have been the first Oasis-class ship to homeport in Galveston
Since Royal Caribbean's new $100m cruise terminal at the Port of Galveston is delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Allure of the Seas will not be sailing from there in winter 2021/22.

Port Everglades instead

Instead, the Oasis-class ship will be operating from Florida's Port Everglades, a company spokesman confirmed. The sailings are not yet open for booking.

Liberty of the Seas continues in Galveston

Meanwhile, Liberty of the Seas will remain in Galveston year-round, offering seven-night Western Caribbean cruises through April 2022.

As earlier reported here, the new terminal is now expected to be completed in autumn 2022, a year behind the original plan. It will be Galveston's first facility designed for Oasis-class ships.

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