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Royal Caribbean announces short cruise program. Who prefers short cruises?

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Royal Caribbean International today announced three- to five-night Caribbean and Bahamas cruises throughout 2014-15, sailing from Tampa, Port Canaveral, Port Everglades and Miami.

Nearly all of these Royal Caribbean ships have recently undergone extensive revitalizations, already offering guests up to 10 onboard dining options, captivating and spectacular signature entertainment in unexpected spaces, and onboard amenities that offer greater convenience and connectivity.

On all ships except Majesty of the Seas, guests can enjoy an oversized outdoor movie screen while wading in the main pool, new staterooms featuring flat-panel televisions, bow-to-stern Wi-Fi service, and interactive digital signage, among many others.

From Port Canaveral and Miami respectively, Enchantment of the Seas and Majesty of the Seas will continue year-round three- and four-night Bahamas cruises, calling at Nassau and CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island paradise in The Bahamas. On Majesty of the Seas’ four-night sailing, guests also call at Key West, Fla. At CocoCay, guests enjoy a private island with many watersports options; plenty of beautiful beaches to soak up the sun, sip refreshing cocktails, and enjoy a seaside barbeque lunch; and shopping at a colorful craft market.

Throughout the summer 2014 season, vacationers also can choose a Caribbean getaway from Port Everglades aboard Vision of the Seas. A four-night itinerary takes guests to Cozumel, Mexico, and two five-night itineraries take guests to Cozumel and Roatan, Honduras, on one, and another to Key West, Fla., and Grand Cayman. Guests also will delight in the high-flying, acrobatic musical production overhead in the four-deck high Centrum, while guests enjoy a cocktail at the new retro-chic R-Bar below.

Also from Port Everglades, Liberty of the Seas will sail four- and five-night Western Caribbean cruises for the winter 2014-15 season, offering the broadest range of innovative and popular amenities and entertainment that were introduced aboard the world-acclaimed Oasis-class and Freedom-class ships on a short cruise. Guests enjoy the FlowRider surf simulator, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom Presidential Family Suite – which can accommodate up to 14, as well as the exclusive DreamWorks Experience, featuring DreamWorks Animations’ lovable ogres Shrek and Fiona, Po the Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar’s Alex the Lion and Gloria the Hippo, a 3-D movie theater showing some of the latest DreamWorks Animation films, Broadway-musical Saturday Night Fever, and more. Liberty of the Seas’ four-night cruise calls at Cozumel, Mexico, and its two five-night itinerary calls at Cozumel and Belize City, Belize, on one, while another at Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and Labadee, Royal Caribbean’s private beach destination.

From Tampa, Brilliance of the Seas also will offer four-night cruises to Cozumel, and two five-night Cozumel itineraries, which will additionally call at Key West on one, and at Grand Cayman on another.

Source: Cruise Industry News

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Good question Jason! While we definitely prefer 7-night (or longer!) cruises, the short cruises are vital to keeping us sane in between longer vacations! There’s nothing better than a great price on a quick getaway that doesn’t require using any of those precious vacation days! :biggrin:

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Jerry and I would love to be able to take short cruises. The ones from the LA area just plain suck! Itinerary and ship!

We are still hoping for the return of the 5-night Pacific Northwest. That was one of our most favorite "shorties". In/out from Seattle with a stop in Vancouver, BC and another in Victoria, BC. Rest were at sea days.

If we lived in the SE, I think we would be taking lots of last minute mini-vacations!

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