Explorer of the Seas is apparently now going to sail an improved Eastern Caribbean itinerary, roundtrip from…
Explorer of the Seas is apparently now going to sail an improved Eastern Caribbean itinerary, roundtrip from Miami beginning in March 2001, according to
Guests on three Royal Caribbean International ships will get out there in a new way on expanded or revised itineraries in the Eastern and Western Caribbean. More precisely, in April, Voyager of the Seas is set to add Grand Cayman to its itinerary pattern. Enchantment of the Seas will add San Juan to its Eastern Caribbean pattern in January 2002 and Costa Maya to its Western Caribbean pattern in April 2001. On March 31, Explorer of the Seas will reverse her itinerary and visit Nassau/Paradise Island, Bahamas; St. Thomas, USVI; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Labadee, before returning to Miami.
Guests now can enjoy some of the Caribbean`s most popular stops when there are fewer ships in port, allowing a greater opportunity to enjoy shore explorations, shopping and sightseeing.
On April 1, Voyager of the Seas will add Georgetown, Grand Cayman, known for its pristine blue waters and great shopping, to its roster of ports. Moreover, guests sailing on Enchantment of the Sea`s Western Caribbean pattern this year are also going to discover beautiful Costa Maya, located 150 miles south of Cancun on the Yucatan Peninsula.
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