Royal Caribbean is bringing their newly enhanced Empress of the Seas back into their fleet this coming March, following a stint with sister brand Pullmantur.
Guests aboard the newly reimagined ship will be able to enjoy “Sunday” brunch complete with Bloody Mary’s and mimosas, take part in “My Time Dining” with no formal nights, and party in the Boleros Latin Lounge. The ship will be maximized for more fun, with fast pier-to-ship boarding with an earlier boarding time of 11am.
The Empress will homeport in Miami, sailing four and five-night cruises to the Caribbean, including Nassau, Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Key West, and Costa Maya. Some ports will include longer stays to enjoy the evening and sunset, including periodical overnights in Cozumel.
The ship will offer a rock climbing wall, new pools and whirlpools, an adults-only solarium, and Adventure Ocean for the youngsters. The ship will also offer the fastest internet at sea, Voom. It spans nine decks and can carry 1,602 guests.
Reservations are available for booking. For more information, visit royalcaribbean.com.
Featured photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean.
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