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[ Cruise Itinerary ]

NOTE: Port of call is always subject to change.

Day 1
4:30PM
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Your cruise may begin or end in sunny Fort Lauderdale. Easy access to world class hotels, hightways, and airports makes getting to and from your ship a carefree experience. Not long ago, Fort Lauderdale was the “spring break capital” of the country, immortalized in film and song as the place “Where the Boys Are.” Well, those days are gone. Now, Fort Lauderdale is flourishing as a sophisticated getaway for lovers of beaches, boats, baseball, and even Beethoven.

Day 2
At Sea
Day 3
At Sea
Day 4
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
St. Thomas, Virgin Island

The busiest cruise port in the world, St. Thomas and its duty-free shops are a bargain hunter’s dream. This is the place for a duty-free shopping spree for cameras, jewelry, watches and perfume. Take a break from shopping and visit the lairs of buckaneers such as Blackbeard and play on the beach at Magen’s Bay, a pretty and popular stretch of white sand. Take a harbor cruise on a “kon tiki.” The atmospheric Hotel 1829, the street of 99 steps, the paintings of Camille Pissaro at the Government House are just a few of the attractions to be seen on this, the second largest of the three major U.S. Virgin Islands.

Day 5
7:00 AM – 2:00 PM
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Juan Ponce de Leon, the historically well-known seeker of the Fountain of Youth, explored and settled this tropical island and then became its first governor in 1508. Above the weathered walls of Old San Juan gleams the family home of the famed Spanish explorer. A grateful Spanish Crown gave the land to de Leon and in 1521 the historic “Casa Blanca” was built. That same year marked the end of de Leon’s life. He died dramatically by a poison-tipped arrow and never had the opportunity to live in the mansion which was his reward from King Charles the First..

Day 6
9:30AM – 6:00PM
Labadee, Haiti

A very secluded spot on the north coast of Haiti, reserved solely for Royal Caribbean guests. This wonderful resort offers floats, aquabikes, banana raft rides, snorkeling, wave runners, parasailing and other water sports. Look for authentic Haitian art and local craftsmen.

Day 7
At Sea
Day 8
6:15 AM
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Your cruise may begin or end in sunny Fort Lauderdale. Easy access to world class hotels, hightways, and airports makes getting to and from your ship a carefree experience. Not long ago, Fort Lauderdale was the “spring break capital” of the country, immortalized in film and song as the place “Where the Boys Are.” Well, those days are gone. Now, Fort Lauderdale is flourishing as a sophisticated getaway for lovers of beaches, boats, baseball, and even Beethoven.