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Southern  Caribbean 7 nights

7 Nights

Departure 06/02/2022

Explorer Of The Seas

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  1. Los Angeles / California, USA

  2. Seattle / Washington, USA

  3. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  4. New York / New York, USA

  5. Civitavecchia / Rome, Italy

  6. San Juan, Puerto Rico

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  21. Valparaiso, Chile

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  23. Galveston / Texas, EUA

  24. Dubai , United Arab Emirates

  25. New Orleans / Lousiana, USA

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  27. Colon, Panamá

  28. Charleston, South Carolina

  29. Sydney, Australia

  30. Papeete, Tahiti - French Polynesia.

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Itinerary

San Juan / San Juan, Puerto Rico

Your journey will begin in San Juan, Puerto Rico's vibrant capital. From ancient fortresses to colorful colonial buildings, here you will find yourself surrounded in 500 years of history We suggest you try arriving at least a day earlier so you can explore this beautiful city but, if you plan on arriving the same day that your cruise departs, the airport is just a two-minute taxi ride away from the port. Centuries of history, extensive culture, beautiful landscapes, and welcoming locals are part of San Juan's every day.
What you should know about San Juan
San Juan is Puerto Rico’s capital and its most populated city too. With available cabs, buses, and car rentals, you will be in Old San Juan in about 10 minutes. While on the island, make sure to visit The Fortress, San Juan’s Cathedral, Fort San Cristóbal, and the jungle at El Yunque National Forest. Did you know? Over 70% of all rum sold in the U.S. comes from… Puerto Rico!

St. Thomas / Charlotte Amalie / St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands

Located on the south side of the island of Saint Thomas, Carlota Amalia is the capital of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Considered one of the most beautiful ports in the world, and being the most visited port in the Caribbean, it offers refined gastronomy, exciting nightlife, museums, duty-free shopping, and even submarine rides. Since Carlota Amalia is considered the culinary venue of Saint Thomas, we recommend you visit its bars by the beach and a tasty dish of fried shrimps, yaniqueques and coconut burgers, accompanied by a craft beer.
You should know about St. Thomas
A destination that, under its bohemian atmosphere, brings together all kinds of attractions; from walks through small, picturesque cabins; to fine sand beaches dotted with crystal clear water, and castles where pirates once felt at home. Go snorkeling at one of its beaches and observe the large collection of corals that lie at the bottom of the sea or, watch them from a distance while practicing surface diving! As the most visited port in the Caribbean, it offers fine cuisine, exciting nightlife, museums, duty-free shopping, submarine rides, and the renowned Devil´s Triangle. Charlotte is considered the culinary scene of Saint Thomas; thus, we recommend you visit some of the bars next to the beach and do not forget to savor some tasty fried shrimps, yaniqueques and coconut burgers, accompanied by a craft beer.

Basseterre / Basseterre, St Kitts

Being the capital of St. Kitts and Nevis, Basseterre also serves as the parish of Saint George Basseterre. Its estimated population is of about 19,000 inhabitants. Located on the island of San Cristobal, the city is one of the main commercial spots of the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles.
You should know about Basseterre
Being one the oldest cities on the Eastern Caribbean, Basseterre is also host of the Lesser Antilles’ highest mountain, the Grand Soufriere. With iconic deep-black rocks and sands, due to the volcanic past of the region, snorkeling amongst colorful fishes, rays, and turtles is a totally marvelous experience.

Antigua / St. John, Antigua and Barbuda

There is plenty of things to do in St. John! Savor its local dishes, visit the Botanical Garden, get to know Antigua's imposing lighthouse, the historic Fort James, enjoy a fabulous panoramic view of the city adorned by the white-colored Baroque-style towers of Saint John's Cathedral, and discover much more as you tour this fabulous city
What you should know about St John Antigua & Barbados
Saint John, the English port that preserves its history as a naval wharf while being in the Nelson Shipyard National Park, a restored shipyard with historic forts´ ruins. Christopher Columbus landed in Antigua way back in 1493 but England colonized Antigua and Barbuda in the beginning of 17th century. Cruise the Caribbean like a celebrity!

Castries / Castries, Saint Lucia

Full of flourishing coral reefs and rainforest reserves, this is the go-to destination for outdoor-life-lovers. Explore the world's only volcanic crater that can be reached by car in Sulfur Springs and do not forget to pay a visit to the Diamond Waterfalls, the Botanical Gardens, and the Morne Coubaril estate.
You should know about Castries
Famous for its many shopping and duty-free shops options, Castries is Santa Lucia´s the main city. Santa Lucia comes to life and its streets get filled with colorful costumes and calypso music during its Carnival in July. Do not miss out on it! Feeling brave? Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the island´s landscapes on a helicopter tour!

Bridgetown / Bridgetown, Barbados

Being the most British of the Caribbean islands, cricket games are as common as the island's typical water sports. Visit the third oldest Parliament of the Commonwealth of Nations. Stroll through the beaches of Carlisle Bay, visit a rum factory, and do not miss the historic Garrison area. Bridgetown is the only city outside the continental United States that was visited by George Washington. George Washington's house, the place where he stayed during his visit, is now part of said historic Garrison area. Did you know? Bridgetown is the only city in Barbados where more than half of the island's residents live.
You should know about Bridgetown
Bridgetown, a town famous for its duty-free shops and its historic sites. Make yourself time to visit St. Mary´s Church, Parliament, Broad Street, Swan Street, Careenage, and the Cheapside Market! Did you know? More than half of the island´s residents live here! Do not miss a tour to the Mount Gay Rum Distillery where you will be able to see how sugar cane is made into this tropical drink.

St. Marteen / Phillipsburg, St Marteen

Located between the Great Salt Lake and the Great Bay sands, this friendly island is recognized as the main commercial nucleus of the area thanks to the Front Street neighborhood. This destination brings together everything you are looking for on your trip: leisure areas, nature, and hundreds of restaurants! It also offers a wide shopping and numerous corners full of art and history. Did you know? St. Maarten is ruled by the Netherlands and France. Its beaches come with white sand and pleasant crystal-clear waters that invite you to relax or to engage in adrenaline-filled activities. For those who want to try something new, fritters stuffed with crab and cod are the way to go. Do not forget to have a sip of St. Maarten’s traditional guava liqueur.
You should know about Phillipsburg
From a wide shopping area, to the most inhospitable nature, passing through numerous corners full of art and history, this destination offers a unique adventure in a place ruled by two nations: the Netherlands and France. Its beaches of pleasant white sand and crystal-clear waters are ideal for relaxation and fun. You can also practice different water sports here. Maho Beach is one of the must-see attractions while in Philipsburg. Its recognition is owed to its proximity to the Princess Juliana International Airport and the coastline. Its airstrip is an ideal point to see the takeoff and arrival of these colossi of the air, considered one of the most original activities of the island. If you are looking to try something new, eat some fritters filled with crab and cod at any local cafeteria. And do not forget to try the guava liqueur! Produced exclusively in St. Maarten.

San Juan / San Juan, Puerto Rico

Your journey will begin in San Juan, Puerto Rico's vibrant capital. From ancient fortresses to colorful colonial buildings, here you will find yourself surrounded in 500 years of history We suggest you try arriving at least a day earlier so you can explore this beautiful city but, if you plan on arriving the same day that your cruise departs, the airport is just a two-minute taxi ride away from the port. Centuries of history, extensive culture, beautiful landscapes, and welcoming locals are part of San Juan's every day.
What you should know about San Juan
San Juan is Puerto Rico’s capital and its most populated city too. With available cabs, buses, and car rentals, you will be in Old San Juan in about 10 minutes. While on the island, make sure to visit The Fortress, San Juan’s Cathedral, Fort San Cristóbal, and the jungle at El Yunque National Forest. Did you know? Over 70% of all rum sold in the U.S. comes from… Puerto Rico!

Explorer Of The Seas

Explorer of the Seas is a Voyager class ship of the Royal Caribbean shipping company. It was renovated in 2020, and has capacity for 3,000 passengers.Spend exciting moments at the surfing wave pool, the ice-skating rink, the miniature golf course, the water slides, and the climbing wall.This ship offers an international culinary variety on its different restaurants and bars.Spend fun-filled moments at the casino, the arcade room, and disco; enjoy Broadway-style shows, or relax by the pools, jacuzzies, and Spa. If you want to work out, you can visit the gym, and basketball courts. Explorer of the Seas is the ideal ship to enjoy with your family. Thanks to its incredible children's club, Adventure Ocean, children between 3 and 17 years old will have no alternative but to have fun.Enjoy all this and more on board the Explorer of the Seas.* It is highly recommended to purchase a beverage package to make your on-board experience even more enjoyable.

IMO: Year of construction: Year of remodeling: Tonnage: Registry:
9161728 2000 2017 138000 t. -
Boat length: Total passenger capacity: Total crew: Total cabins: Total suites:
311 meters 3114 passengers 1181 crew 1669 cabins 119 suites
Total balconies: Total outside cabins: Total interior cabins: Minimum passenger age:
757 balconies 175 outdoor cabins 618 interior cabins 6 meses

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Balcony

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Outside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Inside

Maximum Occupation: 2

*Port and government taxes and travel insurance are already included

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Documents and considerations

All travel documents (Passport, DNI, NIE, Visas, etc.) must be valid and valid six months after the date of travel. It is essential to carry valid passports and visas (including Multiple Entry Visas, when applicable), to board. Check the entry requirements for your destination at your local passport office or contact the Embassies (Consular Services) of each country on your Cruise travel itinerary. If you are not sure which country a port belongs to, check with your Vacation Advisor.

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Services and amenities

Fitness Center

Swimming Pool

Internet

Concierge service

Conference room

Spa

Minigolf

Jacuzzi

Attractions and activities

Explorer Of The Seas

A light-filled casino where you'll find modern slot machines, video poker, blackjack, dice table, roulette and Caribbean poker.

Explorer Of The Seas

A traditional three-deck dining room, that offers the perfect ambience for every day.

Explorer Of The Seas

Explorer Of The Seas