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Royal Caribbean Opens 2025/26 Caribbean Sailings

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Royal Caribbean International has announced its 2025-2026 Caribbean itineraries, which are now open and available to book.

A lineup of seven Royal Caribbean ships will sail from Florida, Texas or Puerto Rico, including Icon of the Seas from Miami, and the Oasis-class ships Oasis and Harmony of the Seas.

Guests can choose from 6-8 nights Caribbean getaways that will suit all requirements for families and adventurers.

Travel agents can help their guests escape to the Caribbean and The Bahamas from six popular ports at any time of the year, including Miami, where Icon returns with 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean getaways.

Highlights also include adventures in the western Caribbean on Harmony from Royal Caribbean’s net-zero cruise terminal in Galveston, Texas, and Oasis in Fort Lauderdale, Florida visiting the eastern, western and southern Caribbean.

Adventure of the Seas will sail from Orlando (Port Canaveral), Florida, Independence of the Seas from Miami, Rhapsody from both Tampa, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Grandeur of the Seas will set sail from Tampa.

Guests can sail to Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis; Cozumel, Mexico; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua; St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; and more.

Six of the seven ships visit Royal Caribbean’s marquee private destinations, Perfect Day at CocoCay, The Bahamas, and Labadee, Haiti.

At Perfect Day at CocoCay, cruisers can go on the two towers of adrenaline-pumping waterslides at Thrill Waterpark and the first adults-only oasis, Hideaway Beach.

In Labadee, they can explore five stunning shorelines, a culture-rich local artisans market and even the world’s longest overwater zip line.

More ways to see and explore the Caribbean will be revealed in 2024. Vacationers can learn more about new and upcoming adventures by visiting Royal Caribbean’s website.

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