Royal Caribbean to swap ships in Tampa

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Brilliance of the Seas. (photo: RCL)

Royal Caribbean and the Port of Tampa announced today that the 2,112-passenger Brilliance of the Seas will replace Jewel of the Seas in the 2013-2014 cruise season.

Before repositioning to Tampa next May, Brilliance of the seas will go through The Royal Advantage program, giving the ship new Oasis-class features like: an outdoor movie screen, Chef’s table, Chops Grill, Giovanni’s table, new staterooms, a family suite, digital signage, ship-wide wifi and flat screen TV’s and more.

“We look forward to welcoming Brilliance of the Seas to Tampa and believe the ship’s exciting new features will create a fresh buzz in Tampa’s robust cruise market and with the travel agent community,” said Richard Wainio, said port director.

Brilliance of the Seas will offer guests four-and five night Western Caribbean itineraries to Cozumel, Grand Cayman and alternating Key West.

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