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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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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Navigator of the Seas Back from $115 Million Dry Dock

Navigator of the Seas 2019 Refurbishment

Navigator of the Seas has just returned to PortMiami after a $115 Million Dry Dock where she was outfitted with incredible upgrades. Navigator of the Seas is the third Royal Caribbean cruise ship to receive an “Amplification” following similar refurbishments to Independence of the Seas and  Mariner of the Seas in 2018. There is no shortage of incredible new things to do, see and eat on the new Navigator of the Seas. New Water Fun The Blaster – the cruise line’s first aqua coaster and the longest waterslide at sea…

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Carnival Victory Transformed to Carnival Radiance in 2020

Carnival Radiance

The last of the original Destiny/Triumph class ships from Carnival Cruise Line will undergo a major dry dock in 2020. The Carnival Victory will go into dry dock for 38 days on March 18, 2020 and when she emerges, she’ll be loaded with new enhancements to dining, entertainment and activities and be sporting the new name of Carnival Radiance. This will be the third in the Sunshine ship class already consisting of Carnival Sunshine 2013 (originally Carnival Destiny) and Carnival Sunrise 2019 (originally Carnival Triumph). The Carnival Victory originally launched…

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Celebrity Cruises Announces $500 Million Fleet Makeover

Celebrity Revolution

With anticipation looming for Celebrity Edge, the newest class of ship from Celebrity Cruises in a decade, the cruise line has announced a major initiative called Celebrity Revolution, to revamp its fleet. Celebrity Cruises guests can expect new technology upgrades, culinary offerings, stateroom refreshes and upgrades to onboard spa and other public spaces. Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises said: Suites With Celebrity Edge, the brand introduced an exclusive new sanctuary for all Suite Class guests called The Retreat. And now, Celebrity is bringing its most luxurious experiences fleet-wide.…

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