Homeport cruising is a great idea with one minor problem. Once you’ve sailed the handful of ships and itineraries from your home city, you’ve got to repeat a previous vacation or fly to another homeport for your next cruise. So it’s always a big deal when a ship makes a new home at one of the smaller ports.
Therefore, Texas residents should be excited about the newest ship to homeport in Galveston. This weekend, [% 15420 | | Royal Caribbean’s %] Voyager of the Seas arrived in Galveston, where it will sail seven-night itineraries to the Caribbean and Central America through April. The Voyager is the largest cruise ship to be based in the Gulf Coast and will offer a new cruise experience to local vacationers.
The Voyager of the Seas offers Royal Caribbean’s flagship adventure activities, such as an ice skating rink and rock climbing wall. It also offers miniature golf, the 308-foot Royal Promenade shopping and dining area, and miniature golf. Its new itinerary departs from Galveston for Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Yucatan, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; Jamaica; and Grand Cayman.
For more information or to book a cruise, visit Royal Caribbean’s website, call 866-562-7625, or contact a travel agent.
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