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Allure in Galveston highlights Royal's 2022/23 weeklong Caribbean cruises

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Allure of the Seas is depicted at its $100m terminal in Galveston, set for completion in fall 2022
Bookings opened for Royal Caribbean International's 2022/23 weeklong Caribbean cruises featuring Allure of the Seas' first winter season at Galveston.

There the ship will be a size record-breaker sailing from a new $100m terminal.

The Oasis-class Allure's seven-night Western Caribbean cruises begin in November 2022. Ports are Roatán, Cozumel and Costa Maya.

As earlier reported, Royal Caribbean International is going ahead with the terminal after getting a one-year extension from Galveston Wharves. Engineering and architectural work have been completed, and construction is slated to start in April, with completion set for fall 2022.

Symphony and Oasis from Miami

Symphony of the Seas will sail a mix of eastern and western itineraries from PortMiami year-round to destinations such as St. Maarten and St. Thomas (eastern) and Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatán (western) with Perfect Day at CocoCay on every cruise.

After a summer sailing from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey, Oasis of the Seas will head south to Miami for eastern and western Caribbean cruises November 2022 through April 2023. All visit CocoCay. Other stops on the eastern route are Labadee and St. Thomas, with a late-night visit to San Juan. The western route includes Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatán.

Harmony from Canaveral

Port Canaveral will continue to be the full-year home to Harmony of the Seas, with eastern routes to destinations such as St. Thomas, St. Maarten and St. Kitts, and western itineraries including Nassau, Falmouth (Jamaica) and Labadee. Again, CocoCay is a stop on every trip.

Serenade from Tampa on western itinerary and Bahamas island-hop

After a summer in Alaska, Serenade of the Seas will redeploy to Tampa for a western itinerary including Cozumel, Costa Maya, Roatán and Belize City, as well as 'Bahamas and Perfect Day' cruises calling Nassau, Bimini and CocoCay. As Serenade makes its way from Vancouver, BC, to Tampa, it will offer a one-time Pacific Coast itinerary to Los Angeles before making a 13-night journey through the Panama Canal.

Voyager from San Juan with late stay at Aruba

Following its short season in the US Northeast, Voyager of the Seas will make the journey from Boston to San Juan in November 2022 to offer southern Caribbean itineraries with ports like Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Croix and Curaçao plus an extended call at Aruba.

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