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Adventure of the Seas to Homeport at Galveston

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Adventure of the Seas which is operated by Royal Caribbean is going to be calling Galveston home for the very first time as part of ship deployments in North America for the 2020-2021 winter cruising season.

Adventure of the Seas is Coming to Galveston!

Royal Caribbean has just released ship deployments in North America for the 2020-2021 winter season. As part of the announcement was news that Adventure of the Seas will shift to Galveston for the very first time.

The ship will become the largest to operate short cruises from Galveston, Texas. Adventure of the Seas will offer 4-night and 5-night itineraries including calls at Costa Maya and Cozumel, both popular port of calls in Mexico.

The vessel will join Liberty of the Seas in Galveston which is offering week-long sailings all year-round.

Other highlights from the North American deployments also include Enchantment of the Seas which will be based from San Juan, Puerto Rico for the first time. The ship will reposition from Galveston to her new homeport for the winter offering 7-night itineraries including Dominica and Barbados.

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Independence of the Seas is going to return to Fort Lauderdale in November 2020 sailing 4-night and 5-night itineraries. Explorer of the Seas will return to PortMiami with 5-night and 9-night cruises. Vision of the Seas will sail 10-night and 11-night southern Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Rhapsody of the Seas will make a return to Tampa, Florida with a special 11-night Panama Cancel voyage and regular week-long cruises in the western Caribbean. Brilliance of the Seas will return to Tampa to continuing a mix of 4-night and 5-night sailings to the Western Caribbean.

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Plenty of offerings for the 2020-2021 winter season from Royal Caribbean. The cruise line will also be upgrading ships as part of the Royal Amplified program. Freedom of the Seas will emerge from dry dock in March 2020, a huge highlight for the season.

Seasonal winter Caribbean itineraries will be open to book the week of March 11, 2019. Crown & Anchor Society loyalty members will have access to book one day prior to the general opening date.

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