Colourful Locations on Royal Caribbean Cruises
If your ideal cruise type encompasses both sun-kissed palm trees and colourful historic locations, Royal Caribbean cruises have the Caribbean covered.
As you'd expect from it's name, Royal Caribbean features this exotic island destination highly in its itineraries. Each of the Allure of the Seas, Freedom of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas and Serenade of the Seas will sail the Caribbean over the winter 2015-16 season.
Together with the cruise line's private resort Labadee on Haiti's north coast, the ships Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas will both visit Eastern Caribbean ports including The Bahamas, Nassau and St. Thomas plus Western Caribbean ports including Jamaica.
The destination is only part of the journey though of course, with both ships offering some unique facilities for passengers to enjoy on Caribbean cruises when they're not gazing at the sparkling azure waters.
Fresh air and sunshine can be enjoyed in lush parks featuring over 12,000 plants and trees, a dose of adrenaline can be sought in surf simulators or high-diving at the Aquatheater, or more relaxing entertainment provided in the elaborate Broadway musicals. They are also the only places on the high seas where you'll find official Starbucks coffee shops!
Freedom of the Seas will also explore a number of Caribbean ports, including Royal Caribbean’s private Bahamian island CocoCay.
For passengers looking for flexibility on their Caribbean odyssey, there are a range of durations available on the Serenade of the Seas which will call in at famous ports like Barbados, St. Kitts, Antigua and St. Lucia.
With its promise of unique colour in scenery and historic locations, the Caribbean is calling on Royal Caribbean cruises.
For more information on Caribbean cruises aboard Royal Caribbean please contact a Cruiseabout cruise specialist or call on 0800 22 11 00.