Update for all your cruise destinations from the USA – from our fiends over at Royal Caribbean. Our knowledgeable, friendly Del Sol store staff is excited to welcome you back to cruising and is happy to answer all your local questions about best places to eat, explore, and have fun in the sun.
Royal Caribbean Cruises are Back in the US
From coast to coast, here is where you can set sail starting July 2021. Update: Royal Caribbean is committed to delivering vacations that are as safe as they are memorable. We are thrilled to welcome our guests to experience the memorable vacations we are known for once again, starting summer 2021. As you plan your next trip with your loved ones, we’ll be here with inspiration in all forms whenever you need it.
Royal Caribbean is back this July, and that means “new adventures” can be the next thing you cross off your list. You can even count on the fact that every ship will return to sailing from the U.S. and beyond by year’s end.
There’s a lot to look forward to starting this summer—enough to make up for last year and more. Florida, Texas and the Pacific Northwest will be among the first places to welcome us back when we set sail to many of the destinations in the Caribbean and Alaska that we’ve all missed. Internationally, cruising in Europe will start up too, including Oasis Class ship Harmony of the Seas from Barcelona.
Little known fact: In the Caribbean, there are three distinct regions made up of must-see countries and territories, and you can cruise to many of them. From the eastern Caribbean and the western Caribbean to the southern Caribbean, they are home to some of the world’s most beautiful islands, beaches, vibrant cultures and natural beauty.
Throw an exclusive experience into the mix by also visiting our private island destination that’s just for Royal Caribbean guests. At Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas, you can go for thrill and chill—think plunging down Daredevil’s Peak, the tallest waterslide in North America, and going as high up as 450 feet on the helium balloon adventure called Up, Up & Away.
Ships cruising to the Caribbean: Allure, Freedom, Independence, Mariner, Odyssey and Symphony of the Seas
Nassau, The Bahamas
You’ll have the chance to hop off in Nassau to discover national treasures, like Queen’s Staircase and the island nation’s historic Junkanoo celebration.
Chart a course for the western Caribbean and visit Cozumel, where there’s Mayan history to behold at San Gervasio, the largest archeological site on the island.
Head to Ocho Rios and the famous Dunn’s River Falls by way of Falmouth in the western Caribbean. There’s a raft or tube with your name on it—and great food too.
Sail the southern Caribbean from our new homeport in Bridgetown, Barbados, where you can stay a little longer before or after your cruise to explore the beaches and every one of the 11 parishes throughout the 21-mile island.
St. John’s, Antigua
Visit Nelson’s Dockyard, the sole working Georgian-era dockyard in the world, in this historic southern Caribbean destination.
The Pacific Northwest & Alaska
If you’d rather head north, you can sail from Seattle to Alaska. The Last Frontier awaits with imposing glaciers, captivating wildlife and views for days—a dream vacation for every type of adventurer.
Ships cruising to Alaska: Ovation and Serenade of the Seas
Go dog sledding on Juneau’s Mendenhall Glacier with a team of professional mushers and their huskies in Alaska’s capital.
Take in Skagway’s stunning natural scenery while aboard a vintage railcar as you ride along the White Pass and Yukon Route narrow-gauge railway.
Discover Russian and American history in this charming Baranof Island town by visiting St. Michael’s Cathedral, a national historic landmark and one of the few remaining Russian Orthodox churches in the state.
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