The Radiance of the Seas arrived in Galveston as we speak for a winter program primarily based out of the Gulf Coast homeport for Royal Caribbean Worldwide.
Repositioning from New Orleans, the Royal Caribbean vessel is now set to supply itineraries departing from Texas, with cruises heading to Southern and Western Caribbean, along with the Bahamas and Central America.
For its first cruise crusing out of Galveston, the Radiance is providing a ten-night voyage to 4 ports in Mexico, Colombia and Panama.
Along with 5 days at sea, the cruise options visits to Puerto Progreso, Cozumel, Colón and Cartagena de Indias.
Extending via April, this system additionally options six- to ten-night itineraries visiting different in style locations within the area, together with Jamaica, Belize, Grand Cayman and extra.
Among the cruises additionally characteristic calls at Excellent Day at CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s personal island vacation spot within the Bahamas.
First in a collection of ships generally known as the Radiance Class, the Radiance of the Seas initially entered service in 2001.
Constructed by the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, the 90,000-ton vessel presents an array of facilities together with three swimming swimming pools, 12 lounges and bars, a rock-climbing wall, a nine-hole miniature golf course, an interactive golf simulator and extra.
The two,100-guest ship additionally provides a choice of eating venues that characteristic the Windjammer Café, a self-service, informal eatery, and Royal Caribbean’s signature steakhouse, the Chop’s Grille. Further choices embody Izumi, an Asian specialty restaurant, and Samba Grill, an extra-fee Brazilian-style steakhouse.
Finishing the Royal Caribbean fleet in Texas, the Radiance of the Seas turned the corporate’s third ship primarily based in Galveston for the winter.
Additionally cruising out of the homeport this season, the Allure of the Seas offers week-long cruises to the Western Caribbean whereas the Journey of the Seas sails a collection of four- and five-night cruises to a few totally different Mexican ports.