Freedom of the Seas’ 3-night Bahamas cruises from Miami include ports of call in Nassau and Royal Caribbean’s private island, CocoCay.
Royal Caribbean’s “Perfect Day at CocoCay” offers as much fun or relaxation as you want. There’s a waterpark with big slides and balloon rides for the adventurous and Chill Island and Coco Beach Club for quieter relaxation.
You’ve seen the cruise line ads that feature luxurious suites, right? Just how much do those suites cost? And are they worth it?
How much you’ll pay for a suite on a Royal Caribbean cruise from Miami depends on which class of suite you’re talking about. There are suites and there are big, premium, luxury, suites.
Symphony of the Seas is the newest, largest Royal Caribbean ship sailing from Miami and it features the Ultimate Family Suite – a two story suite with a fun slide as an optional way to get downstairs, a dining table that converts to an air hockey table, in-suite cinema and video games, and more. Additional suite options include the Crown Loft Suite, and AquaTheater Suite.
Royal Caribbean has announced a special “50 Years Bold” birthday cruise to celebrate the cruise line’s 50th anniversary. The cruise is promised to be packed with special programming and events, surprise guest performers, a stop at Perfect Day at CocoCay, and more.
The seven-night cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas departs from Miami on November 2, 2019. See prices. Continue reading →