Disney Reveals Name of New Ship & 2nd Bahamas Island

Disney Cruise Line - Disney Wish

Amid great fanfare at the D23 Expo taking place in Anaheim, California this past weekend, Disney Cruise Line reveled the name of their much anticipated fifth cruise ship and details of a second private Bahamian island for their guests. And the Name is … In classic Disney fashion, Tinker Bell was on hand to make the revel that the next ship would be named Disney Wish. Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Bob Chapek said: Along with announcing the new name, Disney Cruise Line also provided a rendering of Rapunzel,…

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An “Amped Up” Freedom of the Seas Coming in 2020

Freedom of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas will undergo a $116 million transformation in early 2020. Continuing the recent improvements made to other ships in the fleet, the 8-week dry dock will bring a whole new way to experience Freedom of the Seas. Many of the updates are similar to those added to other Royal Caribbean ships amplified over the last 18 months including Independence the Seas, Mariner of the Seas and most recently, Navigator of the Seas. High-energy features and guest favorites that will come aboard, include The Perfect Storm…

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Two Stops at Perfect Day at CocoCay on Select Cruises

Perfect Day at CocoCay

There’s no disputing that Royal Caribbean hit a home run with the opening of Perfect Day at CocoCay. Ships offering stops at the re-imagined private Bahamian island are commanding a premium price and the cruise line has ramped-up capacity with several instances of two ships docking at the same time. Also Watch: Perfect Day at CocoCay Complete Tour (2019) Taking the experience even further, Royal Caribbean has announced that select 4 night cruises onboard Mariner of the Seas from Port Canaveral and Navigator of the Seas from Miami, will make…

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Celebrity Cruises to Return to Port of Tampa in 2020

Continuing with Celebrity Cruises “Revolution” to modernize their fleet of ships, Celebrity Constellation will receive a major dry dock in May 2020. The revitalized ship will be welcomed to Port Tampa Bay in the Fall 2020 marking the first time Celebrity Cruises has home-ported a ship there since 2007. Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises said: Recent construction and development in Tampa Bay aims to create a truly dynamic, urban lifestyle for workers, residents and visitors alike. The city’s downtown waterfront is currently being transformed through the $3 billion…

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Amplified Allure of the Seas to debut in Europe in 2020

Amplified Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean has announced details on the massive $165 Million transformation of Allure of the Seas coming in 2020. As part of Royal Caribbean’s $1 Billion “Royal Amplified” program to modernize their existing fleet, Allure of the Seas will receive major changes to many areas throughout the ship. Following her 58 day dry dock from March through April 2020, the Amplified Allure of the Seas will debut on May 10th, with a series of 7-night Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona Spain throughout the Summer. In November 2020, Allure of the Seas…

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