Royal Caribbean has announced that it will have eight ships sailing in the Caribbean during the 2024-2025 season.
Highlights of the season include Symphony of the Seas making her tri-state area debut to sail from Cape Liberty, New Jersey, Harmony of the Seas returning to Royal Caribbean’s new Galveston terminal, and the line’s massive upcoming vessel Icon of the Seas sailing from Miami.
Year-Round 2024-2025 Caribbean Cruises
Wonder of the Seas
The world’s current largest cruise ship will continue to call Port Canaveral home during the 2024-2025 season, operating seven-night eastern and western Caribbean sailings. Destinations will include Cozumel, Roatán, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, and Perfect Day at CocoCay.
Harmony of the Seas
The first full year of nonstop Oasis-class voyages from Galveston is on the way, as Harmony will head back to the Texas port to operate six to eight-night western Caribbean cruises and Perfect Day at CocoCay voyages.
This will also mark the first time guests can visit CocoCay on a cruise from Galveston. Destinations Harmony will visit also include Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Roatán.
Summer 2024 Caribbean Cruises
Symphony of the Seas
For the first time, Cape Liberty will be home to Symphony of the Seas, which is currently the world’s second-largest cruise ship. From New Jersey, the ship will offer seven-night voyages to the Bahamas.
Freedom of the Seas
Recently renovated ship Freedom of the Seas will sail from Fort Lauderdale on a series of seven and eight-night cruises to the western and eastern Caribbean, Perfect Day at CocoCay, and the southern Caribbean.
Liberty of the Seas
Like Symphony, Cape Liberty will also be home to Liberty of the Seas, as the ship sets sail on four to nine-night cruises to the eastern Caribbean, Bermuda, and Canada/New England.
Adventure of the Seas
Adventure of the Seas will continue sailing from Port Canaveral year-round, offering six to eight-night cruises that visit the southern, eastern, and western Caribbean, plus the Bahamas.
Vision of the Seas
Joining Royal Caribbean’s east coast-based fleet, Vision of the Seas will continue cruising from Baltimore. During the summer, guests can head to Bermuda, Perfect Day at CocoCay, or Canada/New England on five and nine-night voyages.
In the winter, guests can take eight-night Bahamas cruises and 12-night southern Caribbean sailings with visits to St. Croix, St. Lucia, and St. Kitts & Nevis.
Enchantment of the Seas
Enchantment of the Seas will return to Tampa in 2024, offering seven-night western Caribbean and seven-night Bahamas voyages.
These cruises are now open for booking.