Get ready for three days of refreshing cruising across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas from Port Canaveral and back again.
This cruise is notable because you'll only stop in less common cities like CocoCay and Nassau. This route is a standard one for the Independence of the Seas.
We include all meals, entertainment, taxes, and fees in our price, so there are no sneaky extra fees. With a cost of less than $125 per day, this value is.
The Independence of the Seas, based in Port Canaveral and refurbished only four years ago in 2018, is a top-rated Freedom class cruise ship that can carry comfortably over 3,800 passengers.
Want to learn to surf on the Flowrider artificial surf wave, work with your friends to get out of an escape room, or get trained at a boxing ring? These amenities are offered exclusively by Royal Caribbean and are all found on the Independence of the Seas. Plus, experience rare features like the, a roller skating rink, an ice skating rink, and a trampoline park.
The Independence of the Seas also offers seven jacuzzis, a minigolf course, an outdoor movie theater, a basketball court, a casino, a solarium, a gym, three pools, a waterslide, a ping pong table, and a spa.
Since being listed seventeen months ago, The price of this itinerary has fluctuated between $254 and $409 for a room, inclusive of $103 in taxes and port fees. This graph shows the price over time for the various types of cabin.
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This cruise consists of two port days and zero days at sea. High points include visits to unusual cities like CocoCay and Nassau.
|Fri, Sep 16||Port Canaveral, FL||4:00pm|
|Sat, Sep 17||Nassau, Bahamas||8:30am||5:00pm|
|Sun, Sep 18||CocoCay, Bahamas||7:00am||5:00pm|
|Mon, Sep 19||Port Canaveral, FL||7:00am|
The Independence of the Seas sails this route seventeen times this year in addition to eleven times next year. The Mariner of the Seas, Allure of the Seas, Wonder of the Seas, and Jewel of the Seas also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.