There are several Royal Caribbean cruise deals starting from the different American ports, but those from New York or New Jersey are plenty to choose from. You might think that more options mean more confusion, but this problem no longer exists if you know what you want. And to that, if you get varieties, you can obtain the best of the Royal Caribbean cruise deals.
From the city of New York, a Royal Caribbean ship will actually leave for its exciting itinerary from the Cape Liberty Cruise Port that is located in New Jersey’s Bayonne area that is across the Manhattan’s Hudson River. This is something worth to know and remember not only from the point of view of departing port, but also from the sightseeing perspective. I mean from here, the patrons can readily take up a nice vista of the Statue of Liberty as well as of the Bayonne Bridge that is still among the world’s largest steel arch bridges. Following are some of the ideal Royal Caribbean cruise deals that depart from New Jersey’s Cape Liberty port.
9-night cruise to the Bermuda as well as the Caribbean
This sail tour is offered by the Explorer of the Seas that start and end at the same port of Cape Liberty. In between its route, you get to explore the four ports of call such as Bermuda – Kings Wharf, and St. Maarten – Phillipsburg, and famous ports in Puerto Rico and St. Thomas. While booking for this cruise, you can also choose one or all of the optional expeditions: snorkeling and diving in St. Maarten, butterfly farm tour and beach visit in St. Maarten, and Bacardi Rum Distillery tour in Puerto Rico. The time in between two ports is excitingly spent on board with a myriad of activities such as basketball (full size court), golfing on a 9-hole miniature golf, and ice skating. The rates begin from $979 per person.
10-night cruise to the Caribbean
Beginning from the Cape Liberty, this is a round-trip tour that takes place on the Explorer of the Seas that stops at Labadee, Haiti; Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas, Samana, Dominican Republic; and Basseterre, St. Kitts. In addition, there are also optional excursions offered by this tour: a Skyride in St. Thomas, Arawak Water Park in Labadee, and an Eco Explorer in St. Kitts. On the ship, there are entertaining features such as an Italian restaurant, a dining room facilitating My Time Dining that eradicates the fixed/booked seating times; a Mystery Dinner Theater; Portofino’s; and Windjammer Cafe. If you choose an interior cabin as your place of stay on the ship, be ready with $859 per person.
14-night cruise to the Southern Caribbean
This is one more adventurous trip by the Explorer of the Seas that takes on a round-trip featuring the ports of call such as Samana, Dominican Republic; Roseau, Dominica; Labadee, Haiti; Bridgetown, Barbados; Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; and St. John’s in Antigua. If you book this ship, you can also go for one or all of the off-ship excursions namely, sightseeing tour to Domenica’s waterfalls as well as sulphur springs, rollercoaster ride in Haiti, and 4-by-4 island safari on an off-beaten path in Antigua. While not on any of these tours, you can enjoy amenities on the ship such as a rock-climbing wall and the activities center. Rates begin from $949 per person.
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