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Royal Caribbean unveils 2025-26 North American cruises

The season will sail from seven destinations in the region.

ROYAL Caribbean has unveiled its 2025-2026 line-up of tropical adventures, including five to 12-night getaways across The Bahamas and the southern, eastern and western Caribbean.

The season will include island-hopping between Basseterre in St Kitts and Nevis; Cozumel in Mexico, Castries in St Lucia and the US Virgin Islands and Antigua, and for the first time, guests will have the opportunity to visit Scarborugh, Trinidad and Tobago.

The upcoming cruises will depart from seven destinations in North America including Florida, the Northeast, Puerto Rico and Texas.

Odyssey of the Seas will return to New York, offering Oasis Class family-friendly adventures, including the 10-storey Ultimate Abyss Slide, a nine-deck-high zipline and more than 40 restaurants, bars and lounges.

Travellers looking for winter getaways can hop aboard Allure of the Seas from Fort Lauderdale in Florida and Galveston in Texas and embark upon adventures to the eastern and western Caribbean including Charlotte Amalie, San Juan, and Nassau.

Meanwhile, Symphony of the Seas will leave Bayonne, New Jersey and Miami for Falmouth, Jamaica; Phillipsburg, St Maarten; and more.

Holidaymakers can also enjoy Royal Caribbean’s private destinations including Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas, featuring waterslides and the island’s first adults-only oasis, Hideaway Beach.

Meanwhile, Labadee in Haiti features five beaches, artisan markets and the world’s longest overwater zipline, while up in the East Coast, guests can explore New England and Canada including Portland, Maine; Halifax, Nova Scotia and more.

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