Long weekend getaways or midweek breaks will be available on eight ships departing from five ports across Florida and Texas, sailing 17 different itineraries of three to five nights.
Year-round from Miami and Port Canaveral
On the heels of a $116m amplification in 2020, Freedom of the Seas will sail three- and four-night cruises from PortMiami to Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas.
Independence of the Seas will continue to offer three- and four-night getaways from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas, with full-day calls at Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay.
Liberty of the Seas will take a turn from Port Everglades to sail three- and four-night winter escapes to the Bahamas, including Perfect Day at CocoCay and, a new destination for the ship, Grand Bahama Island.
Mariner of the Seas will continue sailing from Port Canaveral through the winter, now with southbound four- and five-night cruises to the Western Caribbean and Perfect Day at CocoCay.
After a season sailing from Ravenna, Italy, Brilliance of the Seas will settle in Tampa for the winter with a mix of four- and five-night Western Caribbean itineraries. Select four-night sailings visit Nassau and Key West.
Tampa regular Rhapsody of the Seas will sail four- and five-night cruises to Cozumel and Grand Cayman in the spring and early fall. In the heart of summer, vacationers can opt for seven-night adventures visiting Roatán, Belize City, Cozumel and Costa Maya.
Following a summer in the New York area (Bayonne, New Jersey), Adventure of the Seas will return to Galveston for the winter season for four- and five-night Western Caribbean jaunts to Cozumel and Costa Maya.
Grandeur of the Seas will set its sights on Galveston for the 2022 summer, following the ship’s first winter season cruising from Barbados. The four- and five-night itineraries from the Texas will visit Costa Maya and Cozumel.