Western Caribbean Cruise: 7 - nights in April 2012

Royal Caribbean Mariner Of The Seas australia cruise saleA break in the Western Caribbean is exactly what you should have in mind. Depart Galveston for Cozumel, Mexico where you can seek out gold and silver jewellery and dine in the many local bars and restaurants after snorkeling one of the best reefs in the world. Grand Cayman is one of a group of three magnificent tropical islands Christopher Columbus called "Las Tortugas" (the turtles) for the sea creatures he found in the ocean water. Learn about these turtles, visit the intriguing town of Hell, explore the seven mile beach or enjoy the undersea world. Falmouth, Jamaica takes you back in time with it's quaint wooden houses lining the streets, village carpenters hand crafting custom furniture and tavern keepers warmly greeting town guests. You'll end this cruise back in Galveston feeling rested and relaxed.


Cruise Operator: Royal Caribbean International
Vessel: Mariner of the Seas
Ports of Call: Galveston, Cozumel, George Town, Falmouth, Galveston,
Sailing Dates: Departs: Sun, Apr 1 2012 - Arrives: Sun, Apr 8 2012.

Cruise Itinerary

Total length of cruise: 7-nights

Western Caribbean Itinerary
.Days/ Ports of Call/ Arrivals & Departures. 

  • Day 1 Galveston- Sun, Apr 1 2012 16:30
  • Day 3 Cozumel -Tue, Apr 3 2012 07:00 - Tue, Apr 3 2012 16:00
  • Day 4 George Town -Wed, Apr 4 2012 10:00 - Wed, Apr 4 2012 18:00
  • Day 5 -Thu, Apr 5 2012 08:00 - Thu, Apr 5 2012 17:00
  • Day 8-Sun, Apr 8 2012 07:00




About the Mariner of the Seas
Like other Voyager-class ships, which are the largest and most innovative afloat, Mariner of the Seas is filled with a rock-climbing wall, a miniature golf course, golf simulators, two Centrums, an ice-skating rink, a basketball court, theme bars and restaurants. Mariner of the Seas also features the Royal Promenade, a bustling boulevard four decks high and the length of two football fields, where you'll find charming shops, cafes, colorful street performers, and lively street fairs. Read more about the Mariner of the Seas here


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