Bookings open for homeporting cruise
Bookings are now being taken for a cruise on the Vision of the Seas which will be homeporting in Bermuda in June.
Royal Caribbean announced recently that the cruise ship, docked in the British Virgin Islands, would homeport in Dockyard from June 26 for 12 seven-night cruises to a private island in the Bahamas.
The company said the ship’s crew would be vaccinated against the coronavirus, with the cruise catering to vaccinated adult guests. Passengers under 18 would require negative test results for the virus.
The Royal Caribbean website says: “That adventure you’ve been craving – it’s well within reach. Vision of the Seas is bringing back unforgettable island escapes from Bermuda this June.
“Enjoy even more time ashore to explore the island’s famous pink sand beaches and keep the vacation vibes going after dark.
“Chase thrills or chill beachside at our top-rated private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay. And fill every moment at sea with Broadway-style shows, dining that always hits the spot and activities everyone in the family will love.”
Prices start at $514 for an interior room up to $1,426 for a suite.