• Symphony of the Seas – July 23, 2022

    Symphony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International’s newest and largest ship.

    Book a stateroom with us by December 21, 2022 and receive a $100 onboard credit!

    Royal Caribbean might have built the world’s largest cruise ship — once again — but the size of Symphony of the Seas is only a byproduct of its intention: to build the world’s best cruise ship for families. The Symphony hits the mark in every category, which is due to a winning combination of variety and quality. The choice of which room to book, the restaurants to eat in, the activities to take part in or the shows to attend come out to a whopping amount of options for the average, weeklong cruise. Yet even if your family sticks to the basic cabins and included options, the cruising experience is still kept at a high standard, and attentive and friendly service is never the exception!

    Depart July 23 – Miami
    July 24 –  Day at Sea
    July 25 – Day at Sea
    July 26 –  St. Maarten 8am-6pm
    July 27 – St. Thomas -7a-4pm
    July 28 – Day at Sea
    July 29 – Perfect Day Cococay – 10am-6pm
    July 30 –  Miami

    Included with your cruise fare:

    • Meals in the three main dining rooms and Windjammer Marketplace buffet; snacks and meals in Park Cafe, El Loco Fresh, Solarium Bistro, Cafe Promenade, Boardwalk Dog House and Sorrento’s Pizza
    • Meals at Coastal Kitchen for passengers staying in Grand Suites and above
    • Shows in the main theater and most daily activities, except otherwise noted
    • Use of the fitness center, but not most fitness classes
    • Use of the sports center, Flowrider surf simulators, mini-golf, zipline, carousel, Ultimate Abyss thrill slide and Splashaway Bay
    • Laser Tag sessions
    • Adventure Ocean kids programming (ages 6 months to 17 years) up to 10 p.m.

    Included with your cruise fare:

    • Meals in the three main dining rooms and Windjammer Marketplace buffet; snacks and meals in Park Cafe, El Loco Fresh, Solarium Bistro, Cafe Promenade, Boardwalk Dog House and Sorrento’s Pizza
    • Meals at Coastal Kitchen for passengers staying in Grand Suites and above
    • Shows in the main theater and most daily activities, except otherwise noted
    • Use of the fitness center, but not most fitness classes
    • Use of the sports center, Flowrider surf simulators, mini-golf, zipline, carousel, Ultimate Abyss thrill slide and Splashaway Bay
    • Laser Tag sessions
    • Adventure Ocean kids programming (ages 6 months to 17 years) up to 10 p.m.

    Not included with your cruise fare:

    • Daily gratuities of $14.50 per person, per day for people staying in standard cabins or junior suites or $17.50 per person, per day for passengers in Grand Suites and above
    • Drinks excluding water, tea (including iced tea), coffee and selected juices from the Windjammer Marketplace
    • Continental room service breakfast
    • Specialty restaurants
    • Services and treatments in the spa and salon
    • Gratuities of 18 percent applicable to beverage, salon and spa purchases, as well as dining reservations
    • Most fitness classes and all personal training sessions
    • Activities including arts and crafts, behind-the-scenes ship tours, the bottomless galley brunch, alcohol tastings, bingo, sushi-making classes, Scuba certification classes, arcade games, and sessions in the onboard Escape Room
    • Shore excursions
    • Group babysitting in Adventure Ocean starting at 10 p.m.


    Show “Dare To Dream”

    Cruise fares:
    Oceanview fares from $1,592 per person
    Central Park Balcony from $1,721 per person
    Oceanview Balcony from $1,846 per person
    *  Tax/port fees included

    Ready to experience a week onboard? Symphony comes with all of the perks of big a mega-ship but nearly none of the pitfalls. Like other Oasis-class ships, Symphony of the Seas features the easily navigable neighborhood concept, which includes Central Park, Entertainment Place and the Boardwalk. A brilliant passenger flow, plenty of signage and an intuitive sense of orientation means that despite being massive, it’s hard to get lost for long onboard. Other byproducts of size, like pollution or waste, are offset by the line’s Save the Waves program and by constant improvements to ship engineering. Symphony, like many of the line’s ships, is “zero to landfill” meaning no waste is left behind. A new program has banned plastic straws and Symphony is actually 25 percent more energy-efficient than its fleetmate Allure of the Seas.

    Contact us for more information today!

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