Royal Caribbean Cruises offer their largest deployment to date in 2013/14

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Royal Caribbean International have announced that they will be deploying their largest number of cruises in 2013/14.  They are planning over 630 cruises leaving from nine departure ports and visiting over 45 ports across the Caribbean.

With 110 different itineraries throughout the season, there will definitely be something for everyone.

Following completion of an extensive $48 million refurbishment earlier this year, Grandeur of the Seas from Royal Caribbean Cruises will be based in Baltimore from May 2013.  Families will have new facilities on board such as the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery.  An additional six specialty dining areas have been created as well as upgrades to furnishings, technology in the staterooms and the addition of an LED screen at the pool side.  Cruises will be available to the Bahamas, Canada and New England, Bermuda and the East and Western Caribbean throughout the year.

Adventure of the Seas will be helping out in the Southern Caribbean and will be based in San Juan through the winter.  This Voyager Class ship has plenty to keep you entertained with in-line skating, golf and a nightclub.  One of the most amazing things though is an ice rink on board so you can experience ice skating your way across the Caribbean!

Legend of the Seas will be alternating between an 11 night Southern Caribbean cruise and a 10 night Eastern Caribbean cruise out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.  Offering

With a wide choice of specialty dining areas and extensive outside eating space, Jewel of the Seas will be continuing its year round Southern Caribbean cruises with three different options around the Leeward and Windward Islands.  Once you’ve enjoyed all that delicious catering, how about a game of pool on the self-levelling pool tables?

Four and five night cruises will be available through the Western Caribbean on the Brilliance of the Seas sailing out of Tampa.  With its 10 storey glass centrum and modern interior and contemporary art studies, you would be forgiven for forgetting you were at sea.  There’s plenty to keep the whole family occupied whilst you enjoy the chance to relax and recuperate.

Liberty of the Seas offers four and five night cruises to the Caribbean out of Port Everglades.  Offering an extensive selection of onboard activities such as the ‘FlowRider’, water park and boxing ring, the Liberty of the Sea is one of Royal Caribbeans Freedom Class ships.

Enchantment of the Seas will be cruising between Port Canaveral and the Bahamas on three and four night sailings.  Offering a diverse entertainment programme, whether you want a relaxing hour reading a best seller in the solarium, or having a go at bungee trampolines or rock climbing, there will be something right for you.

Specialising in shorter journeys, Majesty of the Sea will continue to offer three and four night cruises year round to the Bahamas out of Miami.  These cruises offer a chance to try one of our smaller ships that tend to offer a more intimate atmosphere.

Whilst following the corporate theme, all of the ships have their own individual style and everyone is sure to find one that is suitable for their memorable trip.

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Charles Bond

Charles lives in Glencoe, WA. He is in his late 40’s and has 2 children aged 6 and 11. His next cruise booking will be a Carnival cruise around Australia.

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