Crusing with your family out of Port Canaveral

Crusing with your family out of Port Canaveral

Squad Getaway to Port Canaveral – Cruise Ships you have to try

Have an itch that only the open sea can scratch?

Ships are a-sail here on Florida’s Space Coast and one of the world’s most popular places to cruise from is right here in Port Canaveral. With the gorgeous, tropical weather that Florida provides year-round, there’s no bad time to cruise but one of the best times is spring.

Spring time in Florida is a great way to take advantage of smaller crowds, enjoy the warmer weather without melting from the heat, and sailing out of Port Canaveral gives you access to some of the many islands all throughout the Caribbean Sea.

Whether for a bachelor-bachelorette party, anniversary, birthday, or a girl’s weekend, there are plenty of options for a quick weekend cruise or well-deserved weeklong getaway. Arrive to Port Canaveral a night or two before your cruise vacation and kick it off early exploring Florida’s Space Coast. You can be sure that adventure, fun, and a good time will be had.

Sail with Royal Caribbean from Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral offers a variety of cruise lines to choose from, but for the purpose of this blog, we want to share with you about Royal Caribbean’s cruises sailing out of Port Canaveral. Both the Majesty of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas are scheduled to sail during the spring and each boat has their own distinct feel, giving you an experience you won’t soon forget.

The Majesty of the Seas offers both three and four day cruises, just enough time to relax, enjoy live music, outdoor movies on the pool deck, and a rock climbing wall all on board the ship, not to mention the aqua park and scuba excursions on their private island in Cococay.

The Oasis of the Seas offers a seven day cruise giving you plenty to take in from the onboard activities like the FlowRider®, zip line, and rock climbing wall, to the Broadway musicals and the stops throughout the Caribbean that will bring a cultural and adventurous experience with the excursions available at the different ports of call.

Status of the Caribbean

And if you are concerned about how the tropics faired during this last hurricane season, the ports of call that Royal Caribbean sails to suffered minimal damage. You can also rest assured that you won’t come across one during the spring as this time of the year is not a part of the hurricane season, so you can plan for smooth sailing.

For more information on coupling a cruise with exploring Florida’s Space Coast, check out the following links to help you plan your visit: