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Quantum to cruise from LA, Wonder from Miami for the first time

Quantum of the Seas, here, will join Navigator of the Seas on cruises from the Port of Los Angeles as Royal Caribbean moves up to two ships there
Royal Caribbean International's 2025-26 short cruise lineup has sailings from six US ports, including a couple firsts.

Quantum of the Seas joins Navigator of the Seas in Los Angeles for the first time, and Wonder of the Seas will be operating its first cruises from PortMiami, short ones.

Utopia of the Seas wil continue from Port Canaveral, along with Wonder for part of the year. Plus, Enchantment, Explorer, Freedom, Jewel, Liberty and Mariner of the Seas will cruise from Tampa, Canaveral, Miami, Port Everglades and Port of Galveston.

Short Caribbean getaways

Debuting in July this year at Port Canaveral, the sixth Oasis-class ship, Utopia of the Seas, will continue three-/four-night cruises to Perfect Day at CocoCay and Nassau.

Wonder of the Seas makes its Miami debut in August 2025 with its first season of three-/four-night getaways to CocoCay and Nassau. Before then, Wonder's seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral continue from April to August 2025 to destinations including CocoCay, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatán.

From Canaveral in the winter, Explorer of the Seas will sail four- and five-night cruises to CocoCay, Labadee, Costa Maya, Cozumel and Puerto Plata.

Quantum in LA

Quantum of the Seas will offer a mix of three- to six-night getaways from the Port of Los Angeles to such destinations as Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas (overnight).

Continuing from LA, Navigator of the Seas also offers three- to six-night cruises to Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada plus Catalina Island. Navigator's weeklong sailings visit ports including Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlán.


Mariner of the Seas returns to Royal Caribbean’s first zero-energy terminal for the year, with four- and five-night vacations to western Caribbean destinations like Costa Maya, Cozumel and Roatán.

More Miami

Freedom of the Seas will sail for the first half of the summer to CocoCay and Nassau on three- and four-night jaunts. The winter introduces a new set of western and eastern Caribbean adventures, also four and five nights, to Grand Cayman, CocoCay, Labadee and Antigua, among other ports.  

Port Everglades

Liberty of the Seas' three-/four-night winter-season cruises from Port Everglades visit CocoCay and Nassau.

For the first time since 2011, Jewel of the Seas will call Fort Lauderdale home for the summer with three-/four-night cruises, also to CocoCay and Nassau.


Enchantment of the Seas will be back in Tampa for all of 2025 to offer a mix of four- and five-night itineraries to the western Caribbean and The Bahamas. Destinations include Belize City, Cozumel, Costa Maya, Nassau and Roatán, with some including Perfect Day at CocoCay.