Caribbean: top places to sail

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Looking for that next last-minute getaway? Caribbean cruises are one of top rated vacations for US travelers. But with so many tropical islands on the map, choosing a cruise route can be a challenge. Luckily, for those short on travel time but looking to hit the high seas, there are plenty of options to hit the sands. Royal Caribbean recently took to twitter to reveal some of their top picks:

Enchantment of the Seas: Key West and Bahamas

For cruisers looking for plenty of R&R, this vacation is geared for those looking to unwind. The Enchantment of the Seas offers a spa and Fitness Center for guests, six whirlpools and three pools. There is also an adults-only Solarium for those looking to get into relaxing mode. The quick cruise sets sail and lands at Key West and the Bahamas, where cruisers will get to enjoy Royal Caribbean’s private CocoCay island. Browse itineraries here.

Empress of the Seas: Key West, Grand Cayman, and Bahamas

Empress of the Seas just underwent a hefty $50 million renovation and has relocated to her new home base: Miami. Guests who jump on this cruise will hit Bahamas, Grand Cayman and then wrap up the trip with a visit to Key West. The cruise ship offers four-and-five night cruises. After a day at the beach, passengers can relax at one of the new pools and whirlpools on deck. Browse itineraries here.

Majesty of the Seas: Bahamas

Fresh from receiving a series of enhancements and updates, and a move to her new homeport of Port Canaveral, near Orlando, Majesty of the Seas is now dubbed the “ultimate short Caribbean trip.” Cruisers will leave the homeport of Port Canaveral, Florida and hit the seas for a quick jaunt to the Bahamas. Thanks to the latest upgrades, this ship is perfect for families. It even offers an interactive waterpark for kids with rides and slides.

The ship will then dock in CocoCay, where guests can enjoy white sandy beaches and water activities. Browse itineraries here.

 

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