Royal Caribbean Wows Cruisers With Short Beach Cruise Vacations 

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Royal Caribbean has granted the ultimate wish for cruisers planning a vacation to experience a shorter cruise on a new ship. 

Utopia of Seas will be the first Oasis-class ship to be plunged straight into shorter sailings, offering all the fun of Royal Caribbeans’ private Island CocoCay, enabling passengers to spend time on the island and enjoy a beach cruise experience on a new cruise ship. 

This allows cruisers to take a short cruise or two back-to-back sailings for a week-long sailing. 

According to a recent CLIA report, the younger generations are the future of cruising, with 88% of Millennials and 86% of Gen-X travelers who have cruised before saying they plan to cruise again. Of those, 73% of travelers are sailing with family members representing at least two generations.

Catering to the needs of this time-poor demographic is more important than ever. Shorter sailings on the most technologically advanced ships answer this cohort’s needs, offering everything you need for multigenerational family time, from fine dining to Broadway-style shows and the ultimate beach experience.

Royal Caribbean Wows Cruisers With Short Beach Cruise Vacations, on Utopia of the Seas
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A New Dimension of Cruising

This brand new Royal Caribbean ship at Double capacity holds 5668 guests, offering innovative features such as exclusive suites to brand new dining options.

New cabin concepts onboard the new Utopia of the Seas include the new Solarium Suites. These new state-of-the-art suites will deliver the ultimate view with a floor-to-ceiling 280-degree view from above the front of the ship. Cruisers will wake up to a wall of sea-to-sky views, enabling them to feel part of the ocean.

The New Food Truck on Utopia of the Seas
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Short Itineraries for the “World’s Biggest Getaway”

Research shows the Caribbean remains the top destination in the World for passengers wishing to experience sun, sand, and adventure. A city and beach oasis is easily doable with three and 4-night cruises out of Port Canaveral. 

Over 20 million passengers sailed the Caribbean Islands, including the Bahamas and Bermuda, between 2019 and 2022, topping the trends against the Mediterranean with 6 million cruise passengers.

Cruisers can experience the calm waters and sanctuary or thrill rides of CocoCay to the bright vibes of Cape Canaveral and trips inland to Orlando. Onboard entertainment is designed to be exciting and engaging, giving vacationers the energy to experience a getaway break like no other.

Royal Caribbean Wows Cruisers With Short Beach Cruise Vacations , Solarium Suites Available Onboard
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A New Bar Concept Awaits

The new Pesky Parrot bar has incorporated the Caribbean vibe onto its latest ship. This well-known tiki bar has been reinvented with an extraordinary state-of-the-art neon bar that will replace the Bionic bar. 

It’s a laid-back paradise with a Caribbean vibe brought into a new dimension. This vibrant new bar promises to put passengers in a Caribbean state of mind while sampling exotic tropical and fruit-based cocktails made with rum, tequila, and gin.

Tikki Bar on Utopia of the Seas
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Food Truck for Poolside Snacks

Why not climb on board the poolside food truck on Royal Caribbean’s Utopia of the Seas in the heart of the pool deck? In true street truck style, the pool truck serves up quick summer bites straight from the truck side. 

This new outdoor concept provides a fresh outside eatery so people can eat in the sunshine. It will be great for passengers to refuel quickly, not miss a minute of precious sun or fun, and enjoy nonstop pool days.

Dine on a Train at Sea

Passengers can also experience a new first-of-its-kind gastronomic dining delight with the new novel immersive train dining experience.

 Diners will be transported into a multi-sensory realm while onboard the ship within this innovative setting. Experience fine dining in a nostalgic train carriage combining multiple courses, technology, different destinations, and storylines to engage all the senses.

This encounter will seamlessly weld delectable cuisine and captivating visual elements, transporting you to another world.

Royal Caribbean Wows Cruisers With Short Beach Cruise Vacations, Immersive Dining onboard
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Hello to Inclusive Beach Cruising

The ultimate getaway packs double the island time with visits to Nassau, The Bahamas, and Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay, the “Best Private Island” for three years. Meals, snacks, and drinks packages are available on land and at sea on CocoCay.

“Vacationers are looking to make every moment count by celebrating and recharging with their friends and family, and Utopia of the Seas makes all that possible in more ways than one,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International.

Royal Caribbean Wows Cruisers With Short Beach Cruise Vacations at Cococay, on Utopia of the Seas
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Is a Beach Cruise the Answer?

Sarah Christie of the Magically Cruising podcast says, “If you want beaches, the thrills of CocoCay plus the quality that Royal Caribbean has become synonymous with, then Royal Caribbean has done it again and given us something bigger and better to look forward to.”

Of course, all Royal Caribbean Cruises include beach days. But the promise of RCCs’ private island with the choice of water slides, waves, and beaches or the upscale side of the island where cruisers can book private floating cabanas. This also offers the promise of an evening onboard with fine dining, open seas, and family activities, making this a family vacation that ticks all the boxes.

This article was produced by Donna Vallance at Cruising For All and syndicated by Wealth of Geeks.

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    Donna loves cruising with her husband and two teenage boys. Having cruised with the children from a young age she feels it is the perfect way to experience the world safely. Her boys are social butterfly’s and love meeting other children their own age whilst onboard some of the most extraordinary floating ships. She also writes over at Like Love Do, a travel memoir of her trips, from London to far off beaches. She has an eye for the unusual and like to go off of the beaten track just to find the perfect photo. With a passion for photography and exploring cruising has become the perfect holiday choice.

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