Reserve your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas and settle in for eight days of relaxing sailing across the sea from Miami and back!
This trip is notable because you will only spend time in exotic cities like Santiago De Cuba, Labadee, and Havana. This route is a rare one for the Empress of the Seas, as it sails it just once.
This is the total you pay, no sneaky extra fees. Coming in at under $120 per day, this represents a solid deal.
More than 1,800 guests can set sail on this highly-rated comfortable cruise ship, based in Miami and refurbished less than two years ago in 2016.
The Empress of the Seas offers a rock climbing wall, a spa, three jacuzzis, a gym, a solarium, two pools, and a casino.
This graph shows the price over time for the different types of cabin. Since being listed nine months ago, the price of a stateroom on this cruise has varied between $596 and $989 including $180 in taxes and port fees.
|$923||Sold Out||Sold Out||$2,309|
|$115.38 per day||$288.63 per day|
|Book Now||Book Now|
This sailing consists of five days in port and two days at sea. Highlights include visits to very uncommon ports like Santiago De Cuba, Labadee, and Havana.
|Sun, Nov 4||Miami, FL||4:00pm|
|Mon, Nov 5||At Sea|
|Tue, Nov 6||Labadee, Haiti||9:00am||6:00pm|
|Wed, Nov 7||Santiago De Cuba, Cuba||9:00am||5:00pm|
|Thu, Nov 8||At Sea|
|Fri, Nov 9||Havana, Cuba||3:00pm|
|Sat, Nov 10||2:00am|
|Sun, Nov 11||Nassau, Bahamas||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Mon, Nov 12||Miami, FL||7:00am|
The Empress of the Seas sails this route once this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route.In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.