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Royal Caribbean winter 2021/22 Caribbean/Bahamas changes

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Many itineraries include Perfect Day at CocoCay
Royal Caribbean International shuffled some ships in its winter 2021/22 Caribbean/Bahamas program.

San Juan, Miami, Port Everglades

Explorer of the Seas, originally scheduled to sail from Miami, will home port at San Juan, Puerto Rico, for a season of seven-night Southern Caribbean itineraries.

Freedom of the Seas will shift from San Juan to PortMiami, offering more three- and four-night escapes to the Bahamas and Perfect Day at CocoCay.

Radiance of the Seas, originally planned to sail from Brisbane, Australia, will instead operate five- and nine-night cruises from Miami.

As earlier reported, Allure of the Seas, which had been planned to make its Galveston debut, will now sail from Port Everglades on six-night Western and eight-night Eastern Caribbean cruises.

Other winter 2021/22 cruises will sail on as planned in the Caribbean.

All four Oasis-class ships

All four Oasis-class ships — Oasis, Symphony, Harmony and Allure of the Seas — will sail seven-night cruises including Perfect Day at CocoCay. Royal Amplified ships Mariner, Independence and Navigator of the Seas offer short getaways.

Bayonne and Galveston

Embarking for a Caribbean vacation will also be within driving distance from the US Northeast and from Texas with Anthem of the Seas sailing from Bayonne, New Jersey, and Adventure and Liberty of the Seas sailing from Galveston.

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